Kilkenny City wins gold at Tidy towns Awards 2019

Congratulations to Glaslough Co Monaghan on their winning of the overall National Tidy Towns award 2019  with 346. Congratulations also to Terryglass Co Tipperary on their south east Regional Award   on 344 points.

Kilkenny City received a total of 342 points, a rise at five points on our 2018 score. We were 2nd under category H large urban centre award.

In addition to receiving the County Award and a Gold medal, Kilkenny City is  honoured to have also received a runner-up award under the sustainable development award category for the River Nore walk and also the All Ireland Pollinator Plan local authority pollinator award under the large town category for the south-east of Ireland.

Click here   for  a  link to the  Kilkenny city  Tidy Towns report for 2019. This is one of the most comprehensive reports received many years for our city. We are currently starting to analyse the report which sets out many  helpful comments, recommendations and guidance in relation to the future development of our City.

 

 

Kilkenny City wins in National Tidy Towns 2013

Kilkenny City has  performed very strongly in the 2013 National Tidy Towns competition. Presentations took place in Dublin on the 9th September 2013. Receiving a total of  313 marks,  Kilkenny was placed  just 3 marks behind the overall National Tidy Town winner Moynalty, Co Meath. Chairman David Fitzgerald complemented the hard work  and commitment of the Citizens of Kilkenny, City Authorities and the many Voluntary Organisations  in achieving such a  result for Kilkenny City.

Kilkenny city received the following awards:

  • South East Regional  Award
  • Gold Medal
  • County Award
  • Tourism Towns Award
KKB Committee celebrate following the National awards presentations 2013

KKB Committee celebrate following the National awards presentations 2013

Kilkenny improved a total of 4 marks  in the following  categories.

  • Overall development approach.
  • Landscaping.
  • Litter control.
  • Roads streets and back areas.

For further information on our  City’s 2013  Report (link).  National Tidy Towns