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AJLA, grown up dining in Clarinbridge

In the pretty village of Clarinbridge, restaurants and cafes come and go with regularity. With its retro-modern cottage style, decorative shelves of chutneys, and wooden furniture, PoppySeed Cafe is one constant and reliable part of village life, tucked back from the main street behind the shopping complex.

Classic dining restaurant and wine bar AJLA opens in Clarinbridge

AJLA is now open at The Bridge Centre, Clarinbridge. This classic dining restaurant offers exciting brunch and lunch menus showcasing the very best of locally sourced produce.

Classic dining restaurant and wine bar AJLA opens in Clarinbridge

Classic dining restaurant AJLA in Clarinbridge is a new venture by the team behind PoppySeed Gourmet Cafés. AJLA combines casual and elegant dining. Enjoy evening dinner, all-day brunch, or breakfast in the restaurant, or simply sit and relax at the wine bar and enjoy a pouring glass and mezze board.

Go Wild in Clarinbridge this weekend at free nature fest

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Wildlife, heritage, talks, and walks will all feature in the third Go Wild in Clarinbridge weekend which takes place this Saturday and Sunday, and admission to all events is free.

Coillte claims there is no intention by buyer to develop Clarenbridge woodland

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A local councillor has received a response from the CEO of Coillte regarding the future plans for 26 acres of Coillte owned woodland in Clarenbridge, which was put up for sale earlier this year.

Local representatives add their voice to concerns at the sale of Clarinbridge woodlands

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Sinn Féin Senator Trevor Ó Clochartaigh has called for the proposed sale of 26 acres of Coillte owned woodland in Clarinbridge to be halted immediately to allow for further local consultation and a full assessment of the potential of the State owned asset.

Clarinbridge resident concerned about the sale of local woodland

A Clarinbridge resident has expressed his dissatisfaction about the sale of woodland in the area. The land in Kilcornan, which is owned by Coillte, has been placed for sale by private treaty with Galway auctioneering firm DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard.

 

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