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CLARE ICA - Irish Countrywomen's Association
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Contact Person: Development Officer - Gerardine Hassett
Phone: 087 2599046
What We Do
The Irish Countrywomen's Association is a women's organisation with almost 11,000 members. In 2010 we celebrated our Centenary and a very long tradition of making a difference in women’s lives.
Fun, friendship and support are at the centre of everything that we do – but we also aim to make women’s voices heard on the issues of the day.
A founding member of the National Women’s Council of Ireland, the ICA is also the Irish representative on COFACE, the European NGO that represents families at the EU, and is a long standing member of the ACWW – the Associated Countrywomen of the World - which works to improve the situation of rural women, particularly in the developing world.
ICA members meet in local groups across the country - almost 700 Guilds each of which offers a varied programmes of activity including trips and visits, crafts and art, interesting speakers, competitions and a whole lot more. Clare ICA gulids meet monthly.
ICA members meet in local groups across the country - almost 700 Guilds each of which offers a varied programmes of activity including trips and visits, crafts and art, interesting speakers, competitions and a whole lot more.
CLARE ICA GUILDS meet around the county every month. We have twenty Guilds in Co. Clare - Check the list below for your nearest Guild:
1st Wednesday of each month in the Blue Cottage at 8pm
Contact : Mary Hester at firstname.lastname@example.org
1st Wednesday of each month in the National School at 8.30pm
Contact : Mary Kennedy at email@example.com
1st Tuesday of each month in the Hall
Contact : Pat Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org
1st Wednesday of each month in the Community Hall
Contact : Fiona McKeon at email@example.com
1st Wednesday of each monthe in the Community Centre at 8pm
Contact : Jackie Slattery at firstname.lastname@example.org
2nd Thursday of each month in Corofin Hall at 8.30pm
Contact :Bridget McGuane at email@example.com
Contact : Mary Greene at firstname.lastname@example.org
1st Wednesday of each month in the Community Centre at 8pm
Contact : Marie Roche Kelly at email@example.com
2nd Monday of each month in the Community Centre at 8.30pm
Contact : Brigid O'Mahony at firstname.lastname@example.org
1st Wednesday of each monthe in Teach Cheoil at 8pm
Contact : Theresa Stackpoole at email@example.com
1st Tuesday of every month @ The Community Centre
Contact: Tina Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org
2nd Thursday of each month in St. Joseph's Meeting Room, Kincora Park, Lifford, Ennis @ 8pm
Contact : email@example.com
2nd Wednesday of each month in The Cottage Barefield
Contact : Maire Uí Ruairc at firstname.lastname@example.org
2nd Wednesday of each month in the Community Centre at 8.30pm
Contact : Mary Prunty at email@example.com
Contact : Fiona Allan Smith @ firstname.lastname@example.org
1st Tuesday of each month in the Clarecare Bldg. Ballard Road
Contact : E Reddan at email@example.com
Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org
1st Tuesday of each month in the Community Hall
Contact : Joan Mullen
2nd Monday of each month in the National School at 8.30pm
Contact : Noreen Slattery at email@example.com
1st Wednesday of each month in the Credit Union Hall at 8.30pm
Contact : Christine Collins at firstname.lastname@example.org
2nd Tuesday of each month in the Community Centre 8pm
Contact : Mary McMahon at email@example.com
The ICA was founded in May 1910 by a small group of well educated and largely Protestant women in Bree, Co Wexford. Called the Society of the United Irishwomen (UI).
It's aim was “to improve the standard of life in rural Ireland through Education and Co-operative effort”.
From the start the UI was non-denominational and non-party political, principles which continue to this day and our members are drawn from every background and shade of opinion.
Centre for Lifelong Learning
At An Grianan, Co Louth, the ICA Adult Education College provides members and the general public with a varied programme of courses and events, as well as facilities for meetings and Conferences. To find out more and arrange a visit click here.
An Grianán combines a mid-week break with courses in art, crafts, cookery, leisure, personal development and selfcare for individuals or groups of adults at any age and skill level.
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