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Permits needed to camp at Sulby Claddagh campsite from now on

The measure has been introduced by the Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture to improve the control of camping at the site.

A new system has been introduced to the Sulby Claddagh campsite meaning anyone wanting to camp over the summer months will have to first obtain a permit.

The measure has been introduced by the Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture to improve the control of camping at the site.

Overnight camping with a permit will be allowed between 1st May and 30th September plus Easter Weekend, with a maximum permitted stay per visit of up to 14 nights.

This is the latest attempt by Government to improve the Claddagh’s after numerous reports of vandalism and noise pollution from surrounding residents over the past few years.

The permits will not be neccessary for people wanting to enjoy daytime recreation.

Minister for DEFA John Shimmin said he hopes the ongoing management improvements will help to protect the area for the benefit of generations to come.

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