Projects

Community Garden Spring Dig Round 2 – this Saturday

The second stage of the Spring Dig is on this Saturday at 10.30am to noon. We hope to complete the building of the beds, fill them and get the front flower bed in place.  In order to do this we will need bodies – so please bring yours and one of someone you love!! Equipment needed for the job: Cordless ... Read More »

Easter Bunny at the Market

We would like to thank the Easter Bunny for making a special trip to Clarecastle Village Market last Sunday. The little kids (and the not so little kids) were thrilled to see him! Thanks again to the Easter Bunny and best wishes to all for the Easter weekend. Read More »

The Easter Bunny is Coming to the Market!

  It looks like we are set to have a fantastic Market this Sunday from 9:30 till 2pm, bring along the kiddies to visit the Easter Bunny! There will be stalls offering a wide range of hand-made crafts and jewellery, home-baked goods, fruit and veg and oils, jams and chutneys We have all of our regular stalls and a few ... Read More »

Spring Dig this Saturday at 11a.m.

The postponed ‘Spring Dig’ is going to fire ahead this Saturday 28th March at 11 a.m. at the Community Garden. The Community Garden team invites men, women, children and Community groups to come along to clear the garden site at the entrance to the GAA pitch and start the structural building of a number of raised beds.  The intention is that ... Read More »

New Stalls at the Market

This month we are delighted  to welcome two new stall to our wonderful market on Sunday 29th March. Joe Sheehan will be supplying Irish Honey, And Terramore jewellery will have a new range of gorgeous jewellery on offer. Read More »

Ace Devices Win 1st Place in Clare

For the past couple of markets we have had a stall run by a remarkable group of Transition Year Students. The students started up Ace Devices, it is a little gadget that protects your mobile phone charger. You know where the wire joins the bit that plugs into your phone and always gets broken, well these students designed a little ... Read More »