The Clare Archaeological & Historical Society will officially launch
its Autumn/Winter Lecture Series 2007/2008 at 11am in Clare Museum
tomorrow (Friday 14th September 2007). The Civil War executions of
two Clare men, post-famine photographs of West Clare and the built heritage of
Clare’s coast will feature as part of the six-month series at Clare
Museum commencing on October 8th 2007. The Society will also be
launching a new membership drive tomorrow. The media is invited to
attend the photocall. Interview opportunities will also be provided.
The photocall will be attended by Mary Kearns, Honorary Secretary of
the Clare Archaeological & Historical Society; John Rattigan, Curator,
Clare Museum; and Edel Greene of Clare Museum and Clare Archaeological
& Historical Society.
Clare Museum, Arthur’s Row, Ennis, Co. Clare (see Notes to Editor for
11am, Clare Museum, Friday 14th September 2007
Note for Editors:
- Interviews and photograph opportunities can be arranged by
contacting Mark Dunphy of Dunphy Public Relations on (mobile)
086-8534900 or (email) email@example.com. Tabhair faoi deara gur
féidir agallaimh trí Ghaeilge a eagrú.
- Directions to Clare Museum:
Coming from Limerick – follow the N18 into Ennis towards Galway,
turning right at the traffic lights (just beyond St Flannan’s College)
onto Clon Road Mor. Proceed along Clon Road Mor, and after passing
through a minor roundabout, take the first left. Passing through a
second roundabout will take you into a public car park at the back of
the museum, which will be the blue\grey building facing you.
Coming from Galway – follow the N18 into Ennis towards Limerick,
turning left at the traffic lights on the Clare Road (just before St
Flannan’s College) onto Clon Road Mor. Proceed along Clon Road Mor,
and after passing through a minor roundabout, take the first left.
Passing through a second roundabout will take you into a public car
park at the back of the museum, which will be the blue\grey building
Car Parking – Available in the Public Car Park located at the rear of
the museum, adjacent to the Temple Gate Hotel.