The Clare County Childcare Committee is committed to providing helpful, comprehensive and current best practice information on all forms of childcare within Clare.  The staff aim to provide a comprehensive service that specialises in resourcing and providing information on all aspects of childcare.
The Guiding Principles: Underpinning the County Childcare Plan are the following principles:

  • The needs and rights of children.

  • Equal opportunities and equality of access and participation.

  • Diversity

  • Partnership

  • Quality

Please click below to view the national County Childcare Committee website:


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We are currently experiencing problems with our website system at present and shall be using a whole new system in the near future.  Apologies for the current display used and font size on some pages - this shall be rectified shortly. We are also having difficulty uploading external documents.  

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