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.
A digital working hub is open in Kilfenora from Monday 8 March 2021 (9am-6pm weekdays), located in the Burren Centre – use the main door in Kilfenora Square.
It offers access to high-speed broadband, and contains 4 ‘hot-desks’ that can be booked online from Monday at https://www.digiclare.ie/
The Hub has a photocopier (bring your own copy paper), and a tea-station including coffee-making facilities. (WCs are also available). Given the Covid context, sanitisation is available on entry, and users should wear facemasks or shields.
The charge for working there is just €10 per day (or €40 for an entire week).
This is one of a dozen or so digihubs now in operation around Clare, in a programme managed by Clare Council’s Head of IT, Urban McMahon (from Kilfenora).
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