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  • West Coast Surf Club | Live Like A Local | Discover Lahinch

    More Information Junior Competition Team Environmental Action Programs National Contests Women on Waves Program Inclusion Program Follow On Social: Facebook Instagram West Coast Surf Club Lahinch ← All Resources A surf club bringing surfing to all members of society to create a strong and inclusive surf community: - Inclusion program - Boardriders program - Women of the wave - National contests - Environmental action programs - Successful junior competition team < Previous < Next Important Links Privacy Policy Terms & Conditions Want to get involved? Submit a business listing → Submit an event listing → Make a suggestion for →

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    ! Upcoming Events Discover upcoming events happening in and around Lahinch. Important Links Privacy Policy Terms & Conditions Want to get involved? Submit a business listing → Submit an event listing → Make a suggestion for → Join our newsletter Enter Your Email Join Thank you for signing up to our newsletter. Be the first to hear of news and events happening in the area. First name

  • VL Restaurant | Eat & Drink in Lahinch | Discover Lahinch

    More Information +353 (0) 65 708 1111 Also available at this location: Vaughan Lodge EV Charging Station Follow On Social: Instagram Facebook Twitter VL Restaurant Lahinch ← All Eat & Drink The food at VL Restaurant can be categorised as fine dining in the modern sense. The preferences of our guests are foremost in the selection of dishes. Our meats are sourced away from Lahinch as the local farming pattern is not given to finishing and fattening, which is performed better on lusher pastures in the Midlands of Ireland. Fish is available locally and mostly caught off the coast at Carrigaholt. Supplies are in high demand always and we try our best to obtain variety. Halibut, Monkfish and Black Sole are regular menu items. Fresh Crab meat is a delight as is the Smoked Salmon produced in the Burren. We choose sustainability over variety and keep the selection to what is native and available on the day. Our cousins, the Garvey family produce the wonderful St Tolas goats cheese nearby in Inagh. The local sea shores provide samphire, sea lettuce, sea aster and sea weed varietals that are picked for us by Maree Vaughan. The Pearce family in Cooraclare provide potatoes, some salad leaves and eggs. We have specialist fine ingredient suppliers such as Redmonds Fine Foods, La Rousee and Pallas Foods. Fresh Vegetables are sourced by Richardsons of Limerick. Trips to the local markets are made often for garnishes and other produce. Our breads are all baked daily in our kitchen by Luckas and we are always happy to share a recipe with you if you ask!! Textures and tastes are a very important element of our presentation. This is food to be enjoyed over a leisurely dinner. We include an Amuse and Middle course to assist the diner in appreciating the evening with us. A modest wine list accompanies our menu with wines chosen by Michael in conjunction with our suppliers, Tindall Wines, Febvre, The Vineyard, Longueville Wines and Tyrrell wines. < Previous < Next Important Links Privacy Policy Terms & Conditions Want to get involved? Submit a business listing → Submit an event listing → Make a suggestion for →

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  • 6 West Coast Surf Club Members to attend World Surf Championships in Rio

    Riding the Wave of Dreams: Send Our Surf Stars to Rio! Fundraising link: here. Irish Surfing is sending a Junior team to the World Surfing Championships in November. The World Junior Surfing Championship in Rio will see the best young surfers from around the world. Among them are the top 3 girls and boys representing Ireland in both the U16 and U18 categories. What makes this event even more remarkable is that six of these exceptional surfers are proud members of our West Coast Surf Club. This achievement fills our club with immense pride, and we are thrilled to have Katie, James, Odin, Sadie, Conor, and Maria chosen to represent our country on the world stage. These talented young surfers have dedicated countless hours to perfect their skills, battling the waves and cold to become some of the best junior surfers in Ireland. Their journey to Rio is a testament to their unwavering commitment and passion for the sport. They have demonstrated outstanding skills and sportsmanship, making our local community proud. However, the path to Rio isn't without its challenges. The trip to the World Junior Surfing Championship is self-funded, and the costs associated with international competition are significant. Flights, accommodations, transport, and insurance all add up, and these expenses can be a burden for the families of our surfers. This is where we need your support. By contributing to this fundraiser, you become an essential part of this journey. Your donation will go directly to support Katie, James, Odin, Sadie, Conor, and Maria as they represent Ireland with pride and determination. Every contribution counts, no matter the size, and all funds raised will be evenly divided among these exceptional surfers. Together, we can ensure that financial constraints don't stand in the way of their dreams. Let's rally behind Katie, James, Odin, Sadie, Conor, and Maria and get them to Rio! Thank you for your generosity and support! Fundraising link: here.

  • Notice of Clare County Council's Draft Parking Bye-Laws 2023

    Clare County Council is in the process of introducing new parking bye-laws for various locations: Kilkee, Lahinch, Doolin, Fanore, Spanish Point, and White Strand. Clare County Council invites your feedback on the draft bye-laws. Submissions and observations can be conveyed via email to or in writing to the Administrative Officer at the Transportation Department. The deadline for submitting your input is 4:00pm on August 22nd, 2023. You will find full details about the new plan for parking in Lahinch here.

  • Councillor Liam Grant Addresses Ballymacraven River Fish Kill

    Councillor Liam Grant expressed his concern over a recent fish kill incident that occurred at the Ballymacraven river near Ennistymon's Falls Hotel. In his Instagram post, he highlighted the poisoning of the river, resulting in the death of hundreds of fish. Taking immediate action, the local Councillor collaborated with environmental organisations and contacted Irish Water to investigate the incident's cause, specifically examining the nearby Ballymacraven water treatment plant for potential links to the incident. His primary objective is to ensure accountability for the culprits and initiate a restoration project to revive the affected ecosystem. Further Reading: Instagram post: Click Here Photograph by: Ruairí Ó Conchúir

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