Congratulations to all in Listowel for the wonderful day on the official presidential presentation of the 2018 national TidyTowns award.
Following an overall win in the competition in 2013, Kilkenny City is again a finalist in the 2014 competition, the presentations take place shortly in Dublin. Congratulations to all the hard work by our Tourism sector!
Kilkenny is recipient the overall National IBAL award for a second time. Kilkenny achieved top marks in the latest IBAL survey released on the 6th January 2014.
The City received Grade A for all of the judged areas. The KKB congratulates the City Authorities, Voluntary Groups, Businesses, Resident Associations and all who have worked together over the last year.
Regular KKB clean ups have already commenced and if you wish to take part why not contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest. Tree planting and City tree survey are being undertaken on the 18th January and the our Tidy Towns Estates initiative is also being launched.
We look forward to seeing you at one of our events.
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:
Kilkenny improved a total of 4 marks in the following categories.
For further information on our City’s 2013 Report (link). National Tidy Towns