County Clare

County Clare (Irish: Contae an Chláir) is a county in Ireland. It is located in the Mid-West Region and is also part of the province of Munster. Clare County Council is the local authority for the county. The population of the county is 117,196 according to the 2011 census.

Read more about County ClareGeography and Political Subdivisions, History, Local Government and Dáil Éireann Representation, Demography, Religion, Transport

Other articles related to "county clare, county, clare":

List Of All-Ireland Fleadh Champions - Set Dancing - Mixed (Rince Seit - Mixed)
1990, The Banner Set, County Clare 1995, Elphin Set, County Roscommon 1996, Elphin set, County Roscommon 1997, Elphin Set County Roscommon 1998, Tulla Set County Clare 1999, Elphin Set, County ...
Plassey, County Clare
... Robert Clive, 1st Baron Clive gave orders for his estate in County Clare, centred around the townland of Ballykilty, to be renamed Plassey `the name of the place (now Palashi) where we ... afterwards, he was ennobled as Lord Clive of Plassey in the County of Clare in the Irish peerage ... centre of the University of Limerick, which is located on the opposite County Limerick bank of the River Shannon, and connected by a bridge to County Clare ...
County Clare - Transport
... Clare is served by two national primary roads—a classification referring to the major routes between major urban centres in Ireland ... which pass through the majority of large settlements in Clare ... operated by government owned Iarnród Éireann is the most significant railway station in Clare today it was opened on 2 July 1859 ...
List Of Irish-language Media - Radio - Stations With Daily/weekly Irish-language Programming
... BBC Radio Foyle - Foyle area FéileFM - Belfast Iúr FM - County Down BBC Radio Ulster daily Gaeilge show as BBC Blas (Radio Ulster) - North of Ireland NEAR FM 90.3FM ...

Famous quotes containing the words clare and/or county:

    In the cowslips peeps I lie,
    Hidden from the buzzing fly,
    While green grass beneath me lies,
    Pearled wi’ dew like fishes’ eyes,
    Here I lye, a clock-a-clay,
    Waiting for the time o’ day.
    —John Clare (1793–1864)

    A horse, a buggy and several sets of harness, valued in all at about $250, were stolen last night from the stable of Howard Quinlan, near Kingsville. The county police are at work on the case, but so far no trace of either thieves or booty has been found.
    —H.L. (Henry Lewis)