Awards Night 2014

Kilkenny City  celebrated  at Hotel Kilkenny   to recognise  and acknowledge all of the hard work  undertaken throughout Kilkenny during the last year. The  Annual Awards 2014 under many categories were presented.   Our Chairman David Fitzgerald thanked all in our City who worked together as a Community to achieve for Kilkenny City  the overall National Tidy Towns Award  2014 as Ireland’s Tidiest Town.

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Woodies supports Tidytowns in Kilkenny

Woodies DIY  Kilkenny  has  joined forces  with  Keep Kilkenny Beautiful  to enhance our City and County.

Crocus on Golf links Road. Copyright:  Keep Kilkenny Beautiful.

Crocus on Golf links Road. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful.

Generous  sponsorship of Bulbs  by Woodies  has  facilitated the distribution by the KKB of  a colorful range of flowering  bulbs to primary and secondary Schools and other groups  throughout our City and County.

These included St Patrick’s boys school, John of God, St Canice’s, St John’s senior, Kilkenny College, the Model school,  the City  Vocational School on New street and the SOS on the Callan Rd.

The KKB  also cooperates with Tidy town’s committees  through out County  Kilkenny. Flowering  bulbs were  distributed by the KKB in January   to Goresbridge, Thomastown, Coon, Urlingford and Inistoge Tidy Towns Committees to help give spring and summer colour.