Dukesmeadows forms an extensive urban wild flower meadow close to the River Nore and within walking distance of Kilkenny City Centre. It is a haven for wildlife, insects and plants. it forms an attractive amenity for the residents of the area.
Colour on the Waterford road roundabout. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful
Yellow is the theme on the New Orchard Road roundabout. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful
Multi colour welcomes visitors on the Dublin road roundabout. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful
The colour in the city’s roundabouts can now be appreciated. the Ring road is a blaze of colour with each roundabout themed so that each is a unique experience. Roundabouts are also signed to aid orientation. the ring road forms a green parkway extending from the Waterford rd to the Castlecomer road. sections of the ring road have also been planted with wild flowers. The extensive city pedestrian and cycle way network has been completed along much of the route.
The roundabout planting also includes trees and permanent planting to provide colour through out the year. Extensive tree planting has taken place all along the city Ring road, providing screening and cover.
Callan road roundabout adjacent to Hotel Kilkenny . Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful
A multi-colour bed welcomes all to the Kells road roundabout. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful
The historic Kilkenny Castle which was built in 1195 continues to be an impressive structure overlooking the river Nore and the City.
Main entrance to Kilkenny Castle from the Parade. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful.
Kilkenny Castle from the Castle Park mid-summers day 2010. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful.
River Nore viewing point on the Dublin road approach to Kilkenny City. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful.
View from the south east of Kilkenny Castle which dominates the river Nore. The Nore linear park and its extensive wooded walks and wild flower meadows extend right into the city centre. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful.