Clare Island


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Clare Island,

c.6 sq mi (15 sq km), Co. Mayo, W Republic of Ireland, at the entrance to Clew Bay. There are ruins of a 13th-century Carmelite abbey and of the 16th-century castle of Grania or Grace O'Malley, queen of the island.
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Morgan died in the smash on Clare Island last August.
Living in a castle on Clare Island 500 years ago, Granuaile spent her childhood on the sea in boats of all shapes and sizes.
Ireland Tony O'Hehir Clare Island 8.30 Dundalk Eddie Lynam's four-year-old produced her best effort of the season when beaten half a length over the course and trip on her most recent start in August.
And in the junior show jumping, Barnard Castle and Teasdale Riding Club came fourth in the 80cm section with its team of Samantha Morgan (Clare Island Star), Charlie Liversedge (Dolly), Millie Ward (Sergant) and Aaron Clarke.
My dad chose a salad of avocado, spring onion, aduki beans, duck egg, red chilli and baby spinach, followed by citrus Clare Island organic salmon, while I opted for steamed Kilmore Quay lemon sole with organic cucumber, shallot and coriander brown butter.
By 1886, the population of Clare Island had been depleted by about 50% (from 1601 inhabitants in the 1841 census), but two schools were built, including the school that is the focus of the present study.
FLYNN FL John (Johnnie) Formerly of Clare Island, Co.
Arriving on the shores of Clare Island, Ireland, in July of 1908, Lucy, her family, and her friends, are ready to solve the Pirate Queen's curse and bring their journey to an end.
STUNNING: Clare Island, Co Mayo, off the west coast
Classics that make it onto the set list include I Useta Lover, Clare Island, Green And Red Of Mayo and Bless Me Father.
Classics included I Useta Lover, Clare Island, Green And Red Of Mayo and Bless Me Father.