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The Burren Rocks This May

A series of fun and educational events exploring how the history, culture, flora and fauna of the Burren have been shaped by the region’s geology will take place as part of ‘The Burren Rocks 2016’ in County Clare on May 28th and 29th. (more…)

Loop Head Lighthouse Shines a Light on Summer

Loop Head Lighthouse Shines a Light on Summer

Loop Head Lighthouse in County Clare. Pic Valerie O'Sullivan West Clare's maritime history and unique landscape will be showcased this May Bank Holiday Weekend through its status as one of the Great Lighthouses of Ireland. (more…)

Clare County Council completes Tree Survey

Clare County Council completes Tree Survey

Sixmilebridge Tidy Towns Group members (L-R) Noreen Moroney, Frank McCarthy (Chairman), Rita Higgins and Susan Dunne standing under a large mature Horse Chestnut tree at Sixmilebridge Library which was regarded by the Survey of Trees in Towns and Villages of County Clare as the most dominant tree in the area, displaying a good overall condition [...]

Burren Geopark wins National Geographic World Legacy Award

Burren Geopark wins National Geographic World Legacy Award

Pictured at today's awards National Geographic World Legacy Awards ceremony at the ITB Berlin Convention in Germany L-R: Christopher Sinclair, Chair of Burren Ecotourism Network; Carol Gleeson, Manager of the Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark; and Cllr. Mary Howard, Leas Cathaoirleach of Clare County Council. The Burren and Cliffs of Moher [...]

Flood warning issued by Clare County Council

Clare County Council is urging land, home and business owners in flood prone locations to remain vigilant over the coming days due to a heightened risk of flooding. (more…)

Council to enhance Ballybeg Amenity Woodland as public amenity

Ballybeg Amenity Woodland in Ennis is being temporarily closed to facilitate the removal of trees which pose a public hazard and to enhance the woodland as a public amenity and as a habitat. (more…)

Lough Derg eagles to soar again this summer

Lough Derg eagles to soar again this summer

The popular White Tailed Sea Eagle Viewing & Information Point at Mountshannon Pier in Co. Clare has reopened to the public following a hugely successful pilot opening period last summer. (more…)

MEDIA ADVISORY Launch of Lough Derg (on the Shannon) Nature Trail

The new Lough Derg (on the Shannon) Nature Trail will be officially launched at a seminar being held at The Workhouse Centre in Portumna, County Galway, next Thursday, 30th April. (more…)

New Trail Showcases Natural Heritage Treasures Of Lough Derg

New Trail Showcases Natural Heritage Treasures Of Lough Derg

A new trail showcasing the rich natural heritage of Lough Derg has been developed in time for the 2015 summer season. (more…)

Global Oil And Gas Companies Send Geologists To Clare

The unique geology of Clare has established the County as a leading research location for the world's largest oil and gas companies. (more…)

National Tree Week launched in Kilrush

National Tree Week launched in Kilrush

A tree planting ceremony at Millennium Park in Kilrush signified the start of ESB National Tree Week in County Clare this week. (more…)

MEDIA ADVISORY Launch of Banner Rocks

WHAT: 'Banner Rocks', a book on the Geology of County Clare, will be launched by Cathaoirleach of Clare County Council, Cllr. John Crowe. The publication is written by Dr. Matthew Parkes of the Natural History Museum and is funded by Clare County Council, The Heritage Council, Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark and the Geological Survey of [...]

PHOTOCALL Launch of National Tree Week in Kilrush on Monday

Clare will kick off ESB National Tree Week celebrations by hosting a plant-a-thon at Millennium Park in Kilrush on Monday 2nd March at 2pm. Cllr. John Crowe, Cathaoirleach of Clare County Council will join representatives from Kilrush Community School, Kilrush National School and the Kilrush Tidy Towns Committee for the launch. You are invited to [...]

Clare County Council issues weather alert

Clare County Council has issued a wind and coastal flood warning for the period from Sunday evening through to Tuesday morning. (more…)

Clare celebrates National Tree Week

Clare will kick off ESB National Tree Week celebrations by hosting a tree planting ceremony at Millennium Park in Kilrush on Monday 2nd March at 2pm. (more…)

Visitor numbers soar at eagles viewing point

Visitor numbers soar at eagles viewing point

The Mountshannon Eagle Group says it expects visitor numbers at the White Tailed Sea Eagles Viewing & Information Point in Co. Clare to reach 10,000 before the end of September. (more…)

Public water alert update for in Corofin and Ruan

An estimated 1800 customers of the Corofin and Ruan Public Water Supply in County Clare are being advised that water on the scheme is not suitable for drinking due to the presence of an algal bloom in the raw water for the supply at Inchiquin Lake. (more…)

Heritage Week goes underground in Tulla

A series of short river caves that extend for a quarter of a mile on the outskirts of Tulla will be the subject of a Heritage Week talk next week. (more…)

Visitors flock to eagles viewing point

Visitors flock to eagles viewing point

More than 2500 visitors have so far flocked to see the White Tailed Sea Eagles Viewing & Information Point on the shores of Lough Derg in County Clare since it was officially opened on July 4th. (more…)

White Tailed Sea Eagles Viewing Point opens

Members of the public are now able to observe one of the first White Tailed Sea Eagles born in Ireland in over a century courtesy of a new Viewing & Information Point that has been officially opened on the shores of Lough Derg in County Clare. (more…)

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