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Heritage Week is coordinated by the Heritage Council and Local Authority Heritage Officers.


Watch some beautiful video footage of Pollardstown Fen in County Kildare, taken by a drone at sunset.

Open Invitation to MEET THE ROSES OF TRALEE during their stay in Kildare - August 13th and August 14th


Monasterevin Lions Club have erected signage on the approach roads in the town.

The Office of Public Works (OPW) welcomed the news of seven OPW parks being awarded the Green Flag Award for 2017.


The Rose of Tralee, Maggie Mc Eldowney, on a special return trip to Kildare earlier this month, announced details of the Tipperary Crystal Rose Race Day taking place at the Curragh on Sunday 27th August.

Funding Opportunities for Heritage Projects

Kildare County Council and Creative Ireland are putting together a programme of events as part the Creative Ireland Programme 2017-2022. 
Funding is now available for individuals and organisations who wish to develop a community/cultural/ Heritage project/event.


Athy - County Kildare - October 2017

THE First World War diaries of a leading Co. Kildare industrialist have been published by his grandson.
Eric Rigby-Jones founded his company, Irish Ropes, in the disused British cavalry barracks in Newbridge in 1933. 


LAST year's day-long Rose experience in Kildare was so successful, the county will double the hospitality in 2017 and welcome the International Roses for two-days next August, before the Rose of Tralee International Festival.
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Kildare County Council is launching an online survey to get feedback on its website from the residents of Kildare.


Kildare County Council offices are closed today 16 October.

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