Clare County Council

16
January
2018

Weather Warning for Wind for Clare

Weather Warning for Wind for Clare

Weather Warning : Code Level Orange This evening and for a time tonight, storm Fionn will bring very strong westerly winds with mean wind speeds of 65 to 80 km/h and gusts of up to 120 km/hr, strongest near coasts with a risk of flooding. Valid from 15:01 Tuesday 16-January-2018 until 03:00 Wednesday 17-January-2018 *********************************************************************************

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Written by: Clare County Council Categories: Severe Weather Warning, Clare County Council

15
January
2018

Weather Advisory issued for Clare

Weather Advisory issued for Clare

The following Weather Advisory has been issued by Met Eireann at 13:00 hours Monday, 15-Jan-2018 High or very high seas are going to affect the Atlantic Seaboard over the next few days, leading to an increased risk of coastal flooding.
Valid from 21:00 hours Mon, 15-Jan-2018
Valid until 09:00 hours Thu, 18-Jan-2018 For Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Sligo, Clare, Cork, Kerry and Limerick Weather Advisory

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15
January
2018

Latoon Creek Bridge works update

Latoon Creek Bridge works update

L & M Keating Ltd are continuing works at Latoon Creek Bridge and all of the remaining 42 Tonne post tensioned beams in the northern span have been removed. The bridge deck has been completely demolished.

Demolition work on the abutments has commenced in advance of the next phase of abutment reconstruction.

Works are on schedule. 01

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11
January
2018

Weather Warning for Fog for Clare

Weather Warning for Fog for Clare

Weather Warning : Code Level Orange Fog with very poor visibilities will linger in many inland areas this afternoon and will become more extensive and dense this evening and for a time tonight. Valid from 12:01 Thursday 11-January-2018 until 02:00 Friday 12-January-2018 *********************************************************************************

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11
January
2018

Weather Warning for Fog for Clare

Weather Warning for Fog for Clare

Weather Warning : Code Level Orange Fog will be fairly widespread this morning, most dense inland, away from coastal areas, leading to poor driving conditions. Valid from 03:00 Thursday 11-January-2018 until 10:00 Thursday 11-January-2018 *********************************************************************************

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05
January
2018

Irish Christmas Tree Throwing Championship

Irish Christmas Tree Throwing Championship

Members of the public are being invited to break a unique Guinness World Record as well as drop off their Christmas tree for recycling on Sunday 7 January 2018 from 1.00 p.m. to 3.00 p.m. when the annual Irish International Christmas Tree Throwing Championship takes place at Active Ennis Tim Smyth Park.
 
Organised by Clare County Council’s Active Ennis Unit, the seventh annual event is a novel way to turn Christmas tree recycling into a sport, while at the same time raise funds for a needy cause with this year’s proceeds going to the Mid West Simon Community.
 
The Championship, which is based on age-old lumberjack traditions, sees members of the public competing to achieve the longest distance for throwing a standard 1.5 metre tree.  There will be trophies for the longest throw in various age categories with a trophy for the overall champion.  Every participant will also be entered into a draw to win one year family membership at Active Ennis Leisure Complex.
 
John Leahy of Lissycasey, County Clare, was named overall winner of the 2017 title after he beat off competition from more than 200 competitors.
 
Meanwhile, householders are also being invited to recycle their real Christmas trees for free at one of five designated tree recycling centres around County Clare until 20 January 2018. The drop-off points include the Central Waste Management Facility (Ballyduff Beg, Inagh), Lisdeen Recycling Centre & Transfer Station (Kilkee), Scariff Recycling Centre & Transfer Station, Shannon Recycling Centre, and the Gardening Section (Behind Cois na hAbhanna, Gort Rd, Ennis – drop-off point outside gate). 0

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