Issue 11 - August 2001
K i l d a r e . i e NEWSLETTER
Greetings from Kildare.
The Kildare.ie website continues to grow, both in terms of visitors and page requests, and new content additions. This newsletter highlights some of the new additions to the site over the past number of months.
Should you wish to have a Kildare related site hosted on
our network, just email us at
Ask your friends to subscribe by submitting their email
address in the box provided on our front page. Enjoy!
Community and Voluntary Forum
The County Kildare Community and Voluntary Forum has been established to give individuals, clubs, associations, and neighbourhoods a voice in the future of the county.
The County Kildare Community and Voluntary Forum is a new way for individuals, as a member of a group, to have an input into plans to develop the county in the future.
Through the forum you can have a real say in the issues that matter most to you.
This website will contain information on the activities
of the Forum and it includes a
You contact the forum by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Report on Recent Conference:
This conference took place in the Keadeen Hotel in May of
this year. This site gives a detailed overview of the conference conclusions
incuding a synopsis of the presentations of the main speakers -
John Mc Dermot - Refugee Information Service - Who Is A
Brendon Moran - South Western Area Health Board - Response
of Health Services to needs of Asylum Seekers and Refugees
John Conlan - Kildare Community Services - Local Agencies
involved on a local basis
Mags Nash & Thompson A. Streets - CANDO, Carlow - Carlow
Mahammed Haji - Arasi-Association Asylum seekers & Refugees in Ireland - Aims and Activities of ARASI and comments from Asylum Seekers and Refugees
Send your comments about the conference report to email@example.com
Kildare Federation of Local History Groups
The County Kildare Federation of Local History Groups was formed in order to optimise the resources of local groups and foster communications, exchange ideas, and generally raise the awareness of local history groups within the county as well as improve accessibility and representation on relevant county committees and associations.
This website gives the Federation a mechanism for publishing information about the organisation and gaining feedback on its activities. It contains information and contact details for groups in the following areas -
Athy · Clane · Curragh · Donadea ·
Kilcock · Kilcullen · Kildare · Maynooth ·
Check out this website for more information on the federation.
Kildare Net News
Our local news service continues to grow. It is updated
on a daily basis.
Send your comments to the KNN Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Network Statistics
The Kildare Community Network recent statistics are its
best yet, with July 2001 being its
Jan - Jun 2001
The team at kildare.ie wish to thank you for your continued
support and visits to the site.
Kildare County Council Website
Recent Additions include:
Besides these new additions, the site contains lots of other useful information about the council activities including Press Releases, Council Meetings, Recruitment, Publications, Forms, and Freedom of Information
Feel free to contact the web team at email@example.com
with any suggestions or comments.
As part of the National Development Plan there was a proposal
to construct a road, to dual carriageway / motorway standard, linking
Dublin to Waterford. A subsequent study,
This site will chart the progress of the project throughout its development.
The first public consultation stage has been completed. Information on Public Consultation No. 2 is now online. The Constraints Report is also now online.
Visit this site for more information on the project.
Scoil Eimhín Naofa
Scoil Eimhín Naofa is a Primary School under the
trusteeship of the Mercy Sisters.
Visit their new site to find out more about the school and
Please Send all queries to firstname.lastname@example.org