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Hurling monument a must for city following history-making four-in-a-row

The mayor of Kilkenny has called for a monument to be erected that would honour Kilkenny’s reputation for ‘the finest hurlers in the land’.

What are the plans for the landscape of County Westmeath?

The landscape of County Westmeath is timeless, mythical, and unique but what are the plans for its future? From October 14 to 16, experts for America, Canada, and Europe will share examples of landscape management and planning challenges they have faced, many of which are similar to those faced in Ireland.

Northern River Nore heritage audit

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A project to find out more about the heritage of the Northern stretch of the River Nore (from Ballynaslee on the Laois border to the Ossory Bridge in Kilkenny city) is being undertaken on behalf of Kilkenny County Council, in partnership with the Kilkenny Heritage Forum and the Heritage Council, by archaeological consultants Kilkenny Archaeology.

Borough council meets in heritage council headquarters

The Heritage Council headquarters became the meeting place of the members of Kilkenny Borough Council for the first time this week.

2010 heritage grants announced for Kilkenny

Heritage Grants for County Kilkenny have been announced by the Heritage Council and people wishing to submit applications online for the Heritage Grant Scheme must do so by the closing date of this evening (Friday) November 20 at 5pm on the following website: www.heritagecouncil.ie

Morisca ensemble present a Medieval Christmas concert

The Morisca Ensemble is to play in one of Kilkenny’s most unique venues this week - The Bishop’s Palace.

St Mary’s Church to be sold to the council

St Mary’s Church and graveyard are to be bought by the local authorities in Kilkenny from the Church of Ireland in what is seen to be an important move for the conservation of heritage in the Marble City.

Westmeath students invited to design poster for National Heritage Week

Fourth, fifth, and sixth year students from Westmeath are being invited to design a poster for National Heritage Week. The winning poster will be developed by a professional design agency and feature in a national advertising campaign to include TV, print and online.

 

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