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What's another year, for KCA?

The first meeting of Kilcullen Community Action of 2013 will be held in Fallons on Monday night next, 14 January, starting at 8pm, writes Brian Byr...

More work on Lower Main Street

The improvements on Lower Main Street are continuing on an almost daily basis, writes Noel Clare. Volunteers were out this morning painting the 'gr...

KCA gets €2,300 in KCC grants

Kilcullen Community Action has been granted €1,500 towards the planned Biodiversity Survey of the Liffey area, writes Brian Byrne, which it is hope...

Spring cleaning at sculpture

Great work was done this morning at the Dun Ailinne Interpretive Park, clearing, weeding and planting. Well done to all concerned. var img_width = ...

Progress of Lower Main Street improvements

Members of Kilcullen Community Action did a walkabout of Lower Main Street on Saturday with local architect Laura Bowen, to see what might be done ...

KCA Community & Tidy Town Awards 2011

In the KCA Community Awards 2011, presented last Friday to individuals and groups who have made a significant impact in the community, Eilis and Si...

Kilcullen Youth Survey

Kilcullen Community Action (KCA) is looking for the views of young people aged between 12 and 18 years old who live in Kilcullen, writes Orla O'Nei...

Flower project gone into hibernation

The flowers are down, thanks to all who turned out on Saturday to help. These included (pictured) Joe O'Connor, Noel Clare and Jim Kiely; as well a...

Researchers for KCA survey named

Kilcullen Community Action has named the local research assistants who will be at the front line of the Community Survey being undertaken by the or...

Wall done!

As the protective barriers came down Friday afternoon, CPC principal Paul Tyrrell, Martin Murphy of Murphy Design & Build Solutions, KCA chairman K...

Summer slipping away...

The winter chills are suddenly in, and the flower boxes are coming down at the weekend. This picture is just to remind us how good they looked at t...

Wall almost done

Keep an eye on the Cross & Passion tomorrow, as the final touches are put in place on the lowered wall and railings, writes Brian Byrne. The builde...

Chew it, and take it home!

Chewing gum deposited in Kilcullen's Community Playground is a continuing problem, the recent meeting of Kilcullen Community Action heard. It is pa...

Flowers job Saturday morning

Kilcullen Community Action is looking for helpers to give a hand in taking down the summer flowers on Saturday morning. The job will be starting at...

Community urged to participate in survey

Researchers will be calling to Kilcullen homes between now and December as the Community Survey organised by Kilcullen Community Action gets under ...

Some thoughts on breaking down walls

As the CPC wall project gets day by day a bit closer to completion, your editor has a few thoughts on walls. RADIO DIARY: Brian Byrne on Breaking d...

Leader recruiting in Kilcullen

The Kildare Leader Partnership is recruiting people for work with Kilcullen voluntary organisations, writes Orla O'Neill of KCA. If your organisati...

Survey information day

A Information Day for the Community Survey Working Group is being held on Monday September 19, the recent meeting of Kilcullen Community Action hea...

Working on the wall

Getting ready to pour the capping on the lowered convent wall. Click on the ad for more information.

Weekly safety checks on playground

The new Community Playground is checked weekly for safety by designated members of Kilcullen Community Action, writes Brian Byrne. At the recent KC...

Community Awards call for nominations

Kilcullen Community Action has called for nominations for the annual Community Awards, which will be presented on Friday 28 October. The awards are...

Community Survey researchers deadline

Six voluntary community researcher positions available with the Kilcullen Community Survey organised by KCA could provide valuable experience to ca...

Statue sought for CPC

A statue willing to move—or more accurately, one available for relocation—is being sought by Cross & Passion College. Ideally a statue of Our L...

Six positions going with KCA survey

Kilcullen Community Action is recruiting six research assistants for the upcoming Community Survey. Expenses will be paid and training given, and h...

KCA stand at River Festival

KCA will have a tent at the River Festival this Sunday, writes Orla O'Neill. Come along and sign up to our Facebook page so you can be entered into...

A buzz about Kilcullen

It's a busy day in Kilcullen. At the GAA grounds, filming has been taking place for the Celebrity Bainisteoir series in advance of tomorrow's first...

Meeting votes 'to accept' sculpture

Those who attended a public meeting last night on the KCC proposal to locate the Eamonn O'Doherty M9 sculpture in The Valley voted overwhelmingly t...

KCC will open sculpture meeting

The Assistant County Arts Officer of Kildare County Council will open tomorrow night's public meeting on the M9 sculpture with a presentation about...

Wall going ...

The work on reducing the height of the CPC wall has finally got under way. The KCA-sponsored project involves halving the current height of the wal...

Research assistants required for survey

Kilcullen Community Action is looking for six local research assistants to help with the upcoming Community Survey. The survey—which is funded th...

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