All three City Historic wells newly presented

Congratulation to the Probation office, supported by KKB and Kilkenny Co Co for  the wonderful  re-presentation of all three of our  historic wells.  There has been cleaning , painting, weeding, trimming undertaken and  some planting  also put in place. Further planting will need to  await  winter rains.  A traditional whitewash was used giving a brilliant white finish.

Kenny’s well

Lacken well

Canal walk well

Take another look at our city ring road

The City Ring road  extends to some 7 Km from Castlecomer rd. to the callan rd. with extensive  attractive planting and  some 10 roundabouts all with individual plantingdesigns.

The attractive for the 6 spot Burnet moth Zygaena filipendulae Click here for short video of moth 

Castlecomer roundabout with sustainable planting, the adjacent road banks have many wild flowers.

Rare orchids are being protected and we are working to improve their habitat.

this flower is particularly attractive for the 6 spot Burnet moth Zygaena filipendulae

Hebron motorway access roundabout with sustainable perennial planting

New Orchard roundabout with colorful flowers and evergreen planting.

Ring road with edge only trimmed with further zone of  grassland and native species trees

Colorful wild flower edges to the road.

Congratulations – St. Kieran’s Crescent community clean up!

Congratulations to all  St Kieran’s Crescent residents  assisted by Keep Kilkenny Beautiful who undertook  a clean up and spring clean of their estate.  Good weather  allowed for   a lot of work  of work be undertaken. Green waste from edge trimming and weeding was all taken for composting, three shopping trolleys were returned to the supermarket.  A litter collection also took place.

 

New River Nore walk signage erected

Our city’s  new signage project on the river Nore linear park is now coming to fruition.

The walks include Bishopsmeadows 2 km, Peace Park walk 0.6 km, Canal walk 1.7 km, Lacken walk 1.6 km  and also links to the Bennettsbridge walk 11km.   There are also loops and a link bridge  over the Nore at Ossory bridge. the routes are already very popular for walkers and cyclists.

One of the new signs located at Canal square.