Oidhreacht an Chláir Teo. is a public company, limited by guarantee and not having a share capital
Registered with the Irish Companies Office - No 401175.
OaC is an Irish registered Charity - No 17918.
Retired Deputy-Principal and Archivist at St Joseph's Secondary School, Spanish Point; Administrative Director of Willie Clancy Summer School; Founder-editor Dal gCais Journal.
Retired Senior Lecturer in English Literature Trinity College, Dublin. Member of the Higher Education Authority Steering Committee on the Future Development of Higher Education; former president of the Irish Federation of University Teachers. Primary interest: Irish Literature in the English language.
Career in Local Government and former Town Clerk, Ennis Town Council. Member of development committee for new Community Centre Project in Miltown Malbay.
Former Assistant Head of School of Educational Innovation, City of Bath College, UK. Musician (fiddle and concertina); writer (including Touchstone for the Tradition: the Willie Clancy Summer School); current research interests: the musical traditions of West Clare; ceilí bands.
A member of the well-known Miltown Malbay entrepreneurial family, Sean has continued the family tradition as promoters in the entertainment business. he is a musician (fiddle) with the Simpletones band. He is proprietor of the Market House, on Miltown's Main Street.
Proprietor of An Ghiolla Finn, Gift shop and Tourist Information point on Miltown Malbay's Main Street. Maureen is a committee member of Miltown Traders Association.
A native of Miltown Malbay, Seamus is retired Secretary for Academic Affairs at NUIG.
*The names marked with an asterisk are directors of Oidhreacht an Chláir Teo.
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