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Building Works have started

Written by Jim O Sullivan



A picture paints a thousand words

It has been a long time coming but this week sees a new milestone for Cullaun Sailing Club. Thanks to the building committee for all of the hard work that they have put in to date and thanks to our members for helping with the fundraising. Still more to do but we are getting there slowly. We couldnt do this without the help of our Sports Capital grant, Clare Local Development Company and funding from Community Finance Ireland Dont forget you can still help us by purchasing a fundraiser T-Shirt herehttps://www.ifundraise.ie/Cullaun#Kilkishen#Tulla#visiteastclare#claresportspartnership#afloat


Summer Camps

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Anchors Aweigh for Cullaun Sailing Clubs new clubhouse

Written by Jim O Sullivan


Last weekend marked a historic event in the history of Cullaun Sailing Club as club Commodore Des McMahon along with forty other members turned the sod on their new clubhouse at an opening ceremony after their spring regatta. There was a great air of excitement as this project has taken a while to get to this stage. The novel idea of having everyone turning the sod is that we are all equal as club members and this the way that we should start the same was as we would like to continue.


We are now looking forward to having our purpose built dressing rooms and training centre ready by the end of the summer. Long-term members and those new to the club were present for the momentous occasion including one of the founder members from 1979 Chris Davis and Mike Hogan, Stephen Walsh and from Clare Local Development Company and Olivia King from Kilkishen Development. Cullaun Sailing club has been working out of a portable  cabin for the last number of years. With the uptake in people eager to learn the sport of sailing it is no longer fit for purpose.

The cost of the new building is more than two hundred thousand euro and partial funding has been secured from the Sports Capital Programme and Clare Local Development Company. Many club members have made personal donations and the club membership has been actively fundraising over the last year. Rose Hally of Community Finance Ireland has also been very supportive in arranging funding for the project.



In operation since 1979, Cullaun Sailing Club is situated between the villages of Kilkishen and Tulla and has an active membership of people from the Clare and Limerick region. They sail and race on a weekly basis and have been competing and winning in national events over the last few years. Anyone interested in finding out further details or interested in joining the sailing club then please look at www.cullaunsailingclub.com Photos freely available thanks to Patrick Biesty


Adult Classes Thursday 24th May

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Be a Sailor

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The Story of Ilen

Written by Jim O Sullivan

The restoration of The Ilen, Ireland’s last coastal trading boat in existence, is nearing completion and Gary McMahon is going to tell us its history about how Conor O Brien built it in Skibbereen and sailed it to the Falklands in 1926 where it remained in service until the early 1990's now it has been brought back and is being restored to its former glory. Come join us for a talk from Gary Mc Mahon on 17th April in Limerick School of Art and Design. Tickets Available online   here  or on the door on the night



Looking for Ticket with the time 5.41 to 5.45

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Well done to Ireland today and also to whoever has the ticket with the time of 5.41 to 5:45 as they are 300 Euro richer let us know if you have it then let us know contact the number on the back of the ticket. Thanks to everyone who supported the club by buying a ticket



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