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RTE Radio 1 Morning Ireland  - Paddy Gleeson died in November 2010 at the age of 106 as Ireland's oldest man.  Many of Paddy's memories were recorded by Cuimhneamh an Chláir.  Following his death, our group were contacted by news agencies across Ireland. 

 

 

Posted on Monday, 15 November 2010 in Audio

   

Local Press Coverage

Since the launch of Cuimhneamh an Chláir, our group have maintained a strong media profile based on our continous efforts accross the county.  We appreciate all the support we have receieved from the local broadcast and print media.  Below is a sample of the media coverage of Cuimhneamh an Chláir in Clare since our launch.   

 

 

 

Clare Champion - September 2012

Cuimhneamh nominated in National Pride of Place Awards

 

 

Clare Champion – August 2012

Sharing County’s Oral History CLICK HERE

  

Clare Champion – July 2012

Oral History Group launches new website CLICK HERE


Clare Champion – March 2012

Public Lecture on Kilbaha Storyteller CLICK HERE

 

Clare Champion – March 2012

Damien Dempsey endorses Cuimhneamh an Chláir CLICK HERE

  

Clare Champion – January 2012

More than 100 years of Nora's Memories recorded by Cuimhneamh CLICK HERE

 

Clare Champion – July 2011
Cuimhneamh an Chláir work praised at council CLICK HERE

  

Clare Champion – July 2011

Clare History seen through faces CLICK HERE


 Clare Champion – June 2011

Telling the tales of County Clare CLICK HERE

 
Clare Champion – November 2010 

Biddy Early lecture to open Samhain Winter Folklore Series CLICK HERE

  

Clare Champion – June 2010

Cuimhneamh to collect tales of Chicago's older Irish CLICK HERE

  

Clare Champion – November 2009

Launch of Cultural Initiative CLICK HERE

 

Clare Champion December 2009

Recording the voices of the past CLICK HERE

 
Clare Champion – December 2009

Recalling stories from the good old days CLICK HERE

 

 

 

 

Posted on Tuesday, 15 December 2009 in Articles

   

The Clare People 1/12/09

A FOLKLORE group that was formed in Clare nine months ago will be officially launched in Ennis tonight.

Cuimhneamh an Chláir, the Clare Oral History and Folklore group, is an independent group whose aim is to catalogue memories of some of the county’s older generation.

Download the full article here (PDF)

Posted on Tuesday, 01 December 2009 in Articles

   

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