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Love: Live Music whistles up a storm

THEY may not have broken a world record but that certainly didn’t stop the music at Ennis’ Love: Live Music concert at the weekend. According to organisers, it is hoped more overseas tourists will visit the town as a result of the event.

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Winners on their way to UL for Munster Fleadh

MILTOWN Malbay hosted Fleadh Cheoil an Chláir, organised by Clare Comhaltas, which included a host of concerts, sessions and of course, competitions in music, song and dance.

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Plant-swapping Saturday planned in Scariff

THE Irish Seed Savers’ Association in Scariff is inviting the public to their first plant swap event this weekend.

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Aussie chef gets a taste for the Burren

Diners tucked into yet another culinary delight at Cassidy’s Pub in Carron recently, unaware that their succulent goat stew had been prepared by Aussie celebrity chef Lyndey Milan.

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Week in pics

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Agricultural show attracts crowds once more

  HIGH standards were maintained and crowds came out in big numbers to support the annual North-West Clare Agricultural Show in Ennistymon last weekend. While many winners from last year came back to defend their titles, most of the cups travelled to different destinations this year. The two-day event, held in the grounds of The Falls Hotel, kicked off on Saturday with the jumping events and a very attractive display of vintage cars, tractors and machinery. Judging the horse section was George Chapman from Gorey. He said there was an excellent turnout for the show, one of the best he had seen for a long time. He added that it was unusual to have a filly named as supreme champion of the show, describing the Ennistymon champion as a very correct filly. The showgrounds was a hive of activity from early Sunday morning, as the main parts of the show got underway. While some of the showing classes did not …

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Week in pics

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Students say Fáilte chuig an Chláir

TO raise awareness of the world record attempt ‘Welcoming Claires to County Clare’ on June 23, the Clare Volunteer Centre and An Clár as Gaeilge Teo ran an art competition through local national schools. Almost 500 pupils entered the competition, which was adjudicated by Dolores O’Halloran (Clare Volunteer Centre), Karen Dunn (graphic designer) and Domhnall Ó Loinsigh (An Clár as Gaeilge).

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