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  • This Saturday, Claremorris Community Radio will broadcast a new play by local playwright Pat Macken.

    Tin Whistle, a play about a changing Ireland and the arrival of ‘Bioenergy’, has been recorded by a group of […]

  • On Friday night, CCR will start airing a new series, Conversations with Seamus Ruttledge.
    Throughout the series, Seamus chats to a different person each week about their life and career.

    In the debut episode, […]

  • Please support our fundraising table quiz, which will take place in the Dalton Inn on this Thursday night, Nov. 16th, at 8pm.

  • Swifts are amazing and beautiful birds that arrive in Ireland each spring from their winter homes in Africa.  Alas, year after year there are fewer and fewer of them flying about in our skies.

    What can you do […]

  • As we continue the countdown to the 2017 Claremorris Community Radio AGM, we are now making available to the public the following documents:

    The CCR constitution (PDF)
    CCR 2016 Financial Statement and […]

  • The AGM of Claremorris Community Radio will be held in The D’Alton Inn, Claremorris, on Thursday 9th November 2017 at 8pm and you are invited to attend.

    Any current member (of more than six months), is e […]

  • The CCR Sports Roadshow is returning to Claremorris on Friday, October 27th.  This boxing special will take place in Hanley’s Sports Bar, Claremorris, from 10.30pm.

    Hosts Austin Garvin and Billy Fitzpatrick w […]

  • CCR are hosting several courses over the next two months.

    We will be delivering a 10-week QQI (FETAC) Level 4 training programme in Radio Production and Presentation Skills.

    Starting the last week in […]

  • Our annual church gate collection will take place in the town throughout this weekend.

    Please give generously, as we need your support to carry on the work of your community station.

    If any of our existing […]

  • Our Sports Roadshow crew are on the road again for our pre-match outside broadcast. Join us this Friday night in Ronan’s of Bekan, where our hosts Austin Garvin and Billy Fitzpatrick will lead a host of GAA […]

  • It’s 66 years since Mayo won a Senior All-Ireland football title.  Mayo’s last triumph was over Meath on September 23rd, 1951.

    The team of ’51 were a resilient and passionate group of committed pl […]

  • The 2017 Cannonball Run is coming to Claremorris on this Saturday, September 9th.

    Cannonball Run is the largest organised road trip in Europe and an exciting cross between high-end motoring and charity.   The t […]

  • Take a Handful of Hermits is a series of short programmes showcasing the variety of art forms practiced by an award-winning West of Ireland arts group, the Hermit Collective. The Collective provides a stage and […]

  • Thank you to everyone who supported our ‘Will Galway bate Mayo?’ score prediction competition back in June. Overall, the terrific sum of €3,000 was raised for the radio station and our partner Pieta H […]

  • All volunteers are invited to the Dalton Inn tomorrow evening for a three hour workshop on radio documentary production for the Sound & Vision programme.

    The workshop will be delivered by Paul Wright, an […]

  • As many listeners will know, we have an online archive of several of our locally-produced shows on Mixcloud.  The address for the archive is http://www.mixcloud.com/claremorrisfm

    This week we are launching a new, […]

  • Thank you to everyone who came out to support the first of our sports roadshows, which took place in the Olde Woods Bar in Balla on Friday evening last.

    Everyone had a great night and we were also […]

  • Claremorris Community Radio is launching a new monthly live show: The Sports Roadshow.  Our resident sports experts, Billy Fitzpatrick and Austin Garvin, are coming to a venue near you!
    The hosts are […]

  • Over 400 people entered our recent ‘Will Galway bate Mayo?’ competition and we thank all who did so.  No-one accurately predicted the scoreline in the match which was, of course, Galway 0-15 Mayo […]

  • The third annual National Community Radio Day takes place on Friday next, 23rd June, with stations around the country celebrating 22 years of community radio in Ireland.

    As part of the celebrations, Claremorris […]

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