Sunday 17 October 2021
Join a Volunteer of the Clare National Trust Police Station and Courthouse Museum for a journey through Clare’s beginnings as a Township in the 19th Century.
You will hear about some of the early settlers and
be surprised at how entrepreneurial they were, and
discover how hard life was in those early days.
See some of the original buildings
and learn of the ones which no longer exist but were important to the town’s development.
Bookings are essential as numbers are limited
Call 0400 010 879 to secure a place
$25 per person (inc. entry to Museum) – cash only
payable on the day
Meet at the Car Park in Gleeson Street at 1.15 pm. Look for a lady in a hat!!
Dress for the weather and wear a mask.
Tour will conclude with tea and cakes at the Museum in Neagles Rock Road at approximately 2.45 pm.
Learn much more about these 'exhibits'