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Ready to Rock around the Christmas Tree

Hohoho. Not many more sleeps left to the big night and we hope that all the boys and girls are on their best behavior. There have been reports of elves being spotted in the playground and reporting back to Santa when someone is naughty. So we have another chance for you to show him how good you are. Put on your best ... Read More »

Young Entrepreneurs of Clarecastle

Two young transition year students took a stall at Clarecastle’s Village Market last weekend to sell their fabulously crafted Christmas cribs and decorations. David Barry and Mark O’Loughlin designed and produced a whole range of attractive wooden products themselves and they went down a treat with the customers looking for something a little different and quirky to decorate their homes ... Read More »

Clarecastle Village Christmas Market this weekend!

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Clarecastle Village Market

Start your Christmas shopping at our Village Market this Sunday 7th December from 9.30am to 1.00pm. We have 26 stalls selling a wide variety of crafts, produce and home-baked goods. We will have hand-made bags, home baking, Christmas decorations, hampers, fruit and veg, crochet hats and scarves, culinary oils, Christmas wreaths, fabric bunting, hand-made jewellery, Stella and Dot jewellery, gardening ... Read More »

Clarecastle Village Market this Sunday

Come along and enjoy a bit of festive spirit this Sunday morning at Clarecastle Village Market and again next Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning! There will be a whopping 27 different stallholders there this Sunday offering a wide range of local produce including fresh fruit and vegetables, skin care products, Christmas decorations, hampers, Christmas cribs with figures, crochet hats etc, wonderful fresh baked ... Read More »

Community Garden Meeting Tuesday 25th November at 9 p.m.

There will be a meeting of the Community Garden Committee tomorrow evening at 9 p.m. in the Old School.  The meeting is a follow-on to the the “Big Dig” last month which was very well attended.  The group also hopes to put in place plans for the Garden for the coming year.  The meeting is open to anyone at all with ... Read More »