Determination In Cree And Cooraclare To Save Local Post Offices

Photo © An Post

The villages of Cree and Cooraclare are said to be determined to save their local post offices, amid increased fears that West Clare has become the forgotten land.

They’re among six communities in the county under threat of losing their local service, following voluntary exit packages offered by An Post.

Earlier this week a community meeting was held in Lisseycasey as part of efforts to come up with a viable plan to retain their local post office and another is taking place tonight at the Cooraclare Communty Hall from 9pm.


Local Fianna Fáil Councillor Bill Chambers outlines what they hope to achieve: