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Clare County Libraries Poetry Now Project

Clare County Libraries Poetry Now Project

A Selection of the Poems Submitted

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Published by Clare County Libraries. in Ennis,Co.Clare .
Written in English


Edition Notes

A Collection of Poetry by Clare Children.

StatementClare County Libraries.
ContributionsClare County Libraries.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17328447M

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Clare County Library Branch Libraries. Clare County Library consists of 16 service points organised into five regions, a local studies centre, and administrative Headquarters, with three library service Library Service itself is. Clare County Library looks forward to welcoming teachers and children from schools all over the county to its network of branches for Children’s Book Festival Full details of events and participating libraries are available at and at all library branches.

Clare County Library and Ennistymon Vocational School have joined forces to promote reading for pleasure among students. The school is running a project One Book One Community from 18th October to 22nd November whereby they are hoping that as many people as possible can read the book Wonder by R.L.

Palacio. Some members of the Clare Past Forum have initiated a project which seeks to list people who have emigrated from County Clare and who passed through the emigration station on Ellis Island, New York between andusing free and publicly available data provided online by the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation.

The project will be managed by Paddy Casey, a Author: Clare County Library. A compilation of winning poems will be added to the collection at York County Libraries. Winning submissions will be added to this page shortly after the celebration in April.

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There are at present some 16 members in the group which, to date, has produced two anthologies, a broadsheet, and Hidden Burren, a photographic essay on North Clare accompanied by verse.

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