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 »

Clarecastle’s Men’s Shed has opened its doors

Clarecastle Men’s Shed is now open to all men who would like to come together to work on some projects for the benefit of the community or simply meet people, have a chat, a cuppa and a read of the daily papers.  Call into the Abbey Hall any Wednesday between 10.30am and 12.30pm and check it out.   The Men’s ... Read More »

Clarecastle National School Cash for Clobber – 23-27th February

The Parents’ Association of Clarecastle National School is organising another Cash for Clobber fundraising event, from Monday 23rd to Friday 27th February.  What a fabulous opportunity to start that spring clean – clear out those drawers and wardrobes!  Any of your unwanted used clothes, bags, shoes, towels, curtains, sheets, hats and belts, of any quality would be most welcome. Drop ... Read More »

CCDL joins in Digital Clare launch

Yesterday evening, CCDL representatives went along to the exciting launch of Digital Clare, a new digital marketing network which has been set up by the Digital Training Institute and Clare Local Development Company and is funded by LEADER.  Over 150 people from the business, community and voluntary sectors attended the event in the Temple Gate Hotel.  Speakers included the vibrant Joanne Sweeney Burke ... Read More »

Have your say on the Development of Clarecastle – Monday 2nd Feb from 4.30 to 8.00 p.m.

Clarecastle Community Development Ltd looks forward to welcoming Clare County Council officials to Clarecastle village on Monday 2nd February and urges all community organisations and residents in Clarecastle to come along and meet with Council Officials to hear, at first hand, their high level plans for the future development of Clarecastle. The County Council has published it’s draft Ennis and Ennis Environs Local Area Plan and it ... 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 »