At our Cappa Lodge training campus we plan to build a 60m long x 30m wide steel clad building that is 18, 000 square feet in size. This building will house an indoor astro turf playing facility with a viewing gallery and reception area. A steel portal frame structure will encompass the building with precast walling internally to act as an all-round hurling wall.
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Senior captains Shane Golden & Derke Fahy give us a tour of the arena
October 2021 - Launch of final phase of fundraising to complete the project
September 2021 - Viewing area completed with access stairs
August 2020 - Exterior plastering and pebble dash completed
June 2020 - Car Park Tar completed
May 2020 - Cladding around building completed
March 2010 - Roof completed
October 2019 - Block work for goal area commences
August 2019 - Ground work for car park and exterior lighting commenced
April 2019 - Clares Fittest Superstars Event
February 2019 - Wall structure begins
December 2018 - Steel Structure in place
November 2018 - Foundations laid
August 2018 - Excavation works at site
June 2018 - Turning of the sod
December 2017 - Fundraising Festival
February 2017 - Fundraising weekend lineup accounced
December 2016 - Hedging planted
Nov 2016 - Planning Permission Granted
Club Lotto - Update
The new lotto which, by way of reminder - there are now 10 (instead of 5) lucky dip winners who each win €30 weekly. The lotto also increases weekly now by €300. Click here to signup
In December 2016 club volunteers, young and old were only too delighted to plant beech trees along the concrete boundary wall to the Lios Anama estate and the public road. These were planted at the request of nearby residents of the Lios Anama estate. Also the Lios Anama name plate and mini wall for the nameplate were reconstructed at the entrance to the estate.
Arena Grants Committee - Update
The Arena Grants committee have now completed the application process and submitted the application for Sports Capital Funding under the 2017 programme. An announcement is expected on the outcome of successful applications over the coming months. The application was prepared by a dedicated sub-committee of recruited volunteers for which the club is grateful of all your efforts. The sub Committee consisted of Chairman, Ian Chaplin and members, Flan Quilligan, Vincent Delaney, David Deighan, John Gaule, John McNamara, Christy O'Connor, Joan Keogh.
The weekend festival was a massive success with massive support on the entertainment side and arttendance side from the local community and beyond. Events at the giant marquee included Strictly Come Dancing, Nathan Carter, Friends in Low places (Garth Brooks Tribute), Monster Bingo and Stars in their eyes.
Aerial View of new Arena