A Roadshow aimed at gathering local items and stories relating to 1916 is being held next Thursday (November 19th) at the Woodlands House Hotel in Adare from midday to 4 prednisone 20mg.00 pm. Limerick Museum & Archives is inviting the public to bring along any photographs, letters, items of clothing or family stories from 100 […]
Limerick City & County Council has announced that an information evening relating to the proposed N21 Adare Western Approach Improvement Scheme will take place on Tuesday next (15th September 2015). The proposed scheme extends from the R519 Ballingarry Road to the L1422 Blackabbey Road over an approximate distance of 1.3km on the N21 National Primary […]
Jerry Brown, Governor of California, recently visited Glenstal Abbey in County Limerick during a two week holiday in Ireland and Germany. While the trip was a personal one he did meet with Enda Kenny and Eamon Gilmore before returning to America at the weekend. “We like to go back and connect the dots,” Governor Brown […]
The Church of Ireland is proposing to build a new residence for the Bishop of Limerick and Killaloe in Adare. And while the proposal is still at an early stage, the first milestone was reached last week when Limerick County Council gave notice it intended to dispose of a parcel of land it owns in […]
Former Clare hurling manager Ger Loughnane was in Adare last week for the official launch of the Walk of Life, a major fundraising initiative in aid of Milford Hospice. The launch was attended by representatives of many of the G.A.A. clubs in Limerick, county team managers, Robert Frost, Chairman of the Munster council and senior […]
SOME of Limerick’s most iconic landmarks are to ‘go green’ in celebration of Saint Patrick’s Day. Adare Manor, the Hunt Museum and the Clarion Hotel will all light up in green colours to mark Limerick’s Saint Patrick’s Festival 2013.