Lahinch

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Tír na nÓg – Lahinch – 1935

Irish Examiner 13th April, 1935 p.13 (abridged) It is said that two miles out to sea and due west of Lahinch there is a great span of submerged rock, where breaking waves constantly spread in the white stretch of foam. The tale goes on to relate that on the very sport there once stood a … Continue reading

Lahinch – 1930

The Catholic Press 17th April, 1930 p36 County Clare Threatened by the ocean. Lahinch is doomed unless £16,000 can be expended on defences to cheek the ravages of the sea. Slowly but surely it is giving way before the battering of the Atlantic, writes an ‘Irish Independent’ special representative in mid-February. Permanent defences must, be … Continue reading

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