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Please note date change: 'The Geology of a Moher Flagstone Quarry' on Saturday 29th August 11.00 – 13.00. Dr. Eamon Doyle will guide you through one of the quarries that produce the iconic Liscannor Flagstone that has been used for roofing, walls and paving for generations. read more

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Revalidation of The Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark status

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Geopark serves up ‘Free cup of tea if you cycle to me’

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9 Jun
Burren Geology Field School Opens

A new geology field school opened in County Clare today is expected to draw students from all over the world to the limestone karst landscape of the Burren. Developed by the …

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RESCHEDULED EVENT: *Please note change of day* The Geology of a Moher Flagstone Quarry will run on Saturday 29 August, meet 11am at Liscannor Hotel. Please contact info@burren.ie fore more information. Sorry for any inconvenience caused. ...

National Heritage Week 2015 The Geology of a Moher Flagstone Quarry , Saturday August 29th 11.00 – 13.00 Dr. Eamon Doyle, geologist for the Burren and Cliffs of Moher Geopark, will guide you through one of the quarries that produce the Moher Flagstone; the iconic Liscannor building stone that has been used for roofing, walls and paving for generations. Learn about the events of over 300 million years that went into making this stone. Meet at 11am at the Liscannor Hotel, Liscannor, for car pooling as there is limited parking at the quarry. For further information contact info@burrengeopark.ie

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