Here is a selection of images from Kilfenora’s typically lively and humorous St Patrick’s Day parade, followed by a lengthy music session in one of our pubs including many distinguished Clare musicians.
Contractors working for Clare County Council will be carrying out road works in July on the approach to Kilfenora from Lisdoonvarna direction (R476).
From 12th July 2021 to 16th July 2021 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m, re-surfacing work will start near the junction with the L5290 at Ballykeel North progressing down part of the hill descending towards Kilfenora – see the red section on the map below.
Probably on Wednesday, re-surfacing will also commence on the section of the R476 exiting from Kilfenora (shown in orange on the map), with the intention of concluding by Friday evening.
The Council state that local access will be maintained for residents within the site at all times.
The recommended diversion route for general traffic is to use the N67 (Lisdoonvarna to Ennistymon) and then the R481 towards Kilfenora.
Further details can be found here.
Later still (no date set as yet), 2 kilometres of improvement work is due to be carried out on the L1120 from the turning out of Kilfenora off the R476 (by Fair Green) towards Noughaval.
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