Come join us and for a fantastic tree planting day to take place on Saturday 10th March between 10am and 3pm. Contact Dan at 087-2567585 for details, see also poster under.
The 2018 Streetscape painting scheme has been launched, why not work to Keep Kilkenny Beautiful and get your building painted. Present Kilkenny city at its best. If you need help with your application please contact KKB at firstname.lastname@example.org or see also our contacts page. Alternatively link directly to the Kilkenny Co Co web page: click here!
Over the last number of weeks we have seen the river Nore rise and rise. The Nore still quite a wild river with many tree-lined natural banks. When the river rises the floodplains turn into lakes. Trees along the riverbank where undermined and weakened are washed down the river. The City boardwalk was just above the flood level.
Celebrating Lionism in Kilkenny city and County. Congratulations to the Kilkenny Lions who celebrate their 50th birthday party this week. In addition to their many fundraising and service projects the Lions have also made time to work to Keep Kilkenny Beautiful.
The Kilkenny 2018-2020 draft litter management plan is currently being developed and is open for consultation. The document has the following sections, see link under.
If you want to make a submission or observation go to https://consult.kilkenny.ie/ga/consultation/draft-litter-management-plan-2018-2020
The Irish Business Against Litter results for 2017 have been announced.
Kilkenny City, a three times in a row winner has achieved excellence again with the coveted ” cleaner than European norms” status and joint 6th in the overall rankings for 2017.
Congratulations to Ennis on their receipt of a No.1 ranking in 2017
Celebrating another wonderful year 2017. Best wishes to all who support keeping Kilkenny Beautiful.
The colder winter days brings new work for our many residents associations with the cleaning of planted areas. Beds where possible have a variety of sustainable plants that give colour all year round. These need to be weeded, the plants trimmed back, or in many cases divided and replanted elsewhere. Some winter colour is add with primroses and violas. The robin, a gardeners friend in the winter stands by, ready to pick up any tasty morsels which remain after the work.