News

Playground Closing Time for the Winter

Remember that the clocks go back this weekend so the Playground will be closing at 5pm each day from Sunday 26th October. We would like to take this opportunity to again thank all users of the Playground for their respect for the equipment and assistance with keeping the area clean and tidy. Don’t forget to join us on Halloween when witches, ghosts and goblins will gather for ... Read More »

Clarecastle CoderDojo is looking for new recruits !

In the next few weeks we will be kicking off the autumn/winter session of Clarecastle CoderDojo. CoderDojo provides a relaxed environment teaching kids how to code (write computer programs), where the emphasis is on learning through doing and having a bit of fun at the same time. The sessions are free of charge, run on Saturdays, and are held at ... Read More »

Clare County Council agrees a maintenance grant for playgrounds in Clare

Clarecastle Community Development Ltd (CCDL) was delighted with the announcement yesterday evening that Clare County Council had agreed to provide a maintenance grant for two years to assist 29 playgrounds in the County with ongoing annual maintenance charges.  Clarecastle Community Playground will be one of the beneficiaries of the scheme and as such will be eligible to apply for assistance to help cover ... Read More »

Clare County Council Community Awards

Clarecastle featured highly in the annual Clare County Council Community Awards night hosted by the Cathaoirleach of the Council, Councillor John Crowe yesterday evening (Monday). During his address the Cathaoirleach commented that “The awards are a mark of Clare County Council’s programme of sustaining positive and co-operative working relationships with local groups. This awards night, which is supported by numerous sponsors ... Read More »

Clarecastle Village Market – this Sunday morning

Come along to our Harvest Market at the Clarecastle Village Market on Sunday 5th October. We have a wide variety of goods on offer, halloween crafts, home baked goods, jams, plants, gluten free, fruit and veg and much more. Read More »

“Clarecastle Ballyea Land and People” selling well

Sales of this Parish publication has reached the 300 mark and is proving to be a best seller and indeed a collector’s item. You have seen the film – now read the book! Copies are still available in Clarecastle & Darragh Post Offices, as well as local shops, Credit Union office, Powers Pub, Mary Kelly’s News-agency in Ennis  and from ... Read More »