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Mother’s Day is this Sunday- which still gives you time to get that special gift and this year it’s more important than ever to get your gift just right! Although […]
Although this year we can’t celebrate Valentine’s Day in the conventional sense, there are many ways you can show a loved one how much you care this year! Into Kildare […]
Into Kildare to honour their Patron Saint with Iconic Illumination
To celebrate St Brigid’s Day on February 1st, we are inviting children to create their very own St Brigid’s Day Cross!!
Taste of Kildare is inviting you to join our virtual cooking demonstrations with some of the country’s top chefs. Join Celebrity Chef, Rachel Allen and other well-known chefs for a festive celebration of the very best of Kildare produce and seasonal dishes.
Who doesn’t love receiving a hamper? Not only is the sound of wicker basket or untying the ribbon of the gift box so enticing, but to discover a treasure trove […]
Follow in the footsteps of Arthur Guinness on this 16km trail, taking in historic sites linked to Ireland’s most famous brewers – the Guinness family. Explore the town of Celbridge […]
To celebrate Heritage Week (and with covid restrictions in place), local heritage groups, communities and historians have lined up a series of free, online activities, so you can enjoy the events in the outdoors or from the comfort of your own home!!
The Irish Peatland Conservation Council, a charity working towards the conservation of a representative portion of Irish peatlands for people to enjoy today and in the future, are looking for YOUR HELP on International Bog Day.
Fáilte Ireland have outlined detailed healthy and safety guidelines as part of their new business support hub. Please see some detailed guidelines below.
Naas Racecourse have announced that Irish equine nutrition leaders Plusvital are one of a number of industry companies to step up and support the racing industry during this challenging time.
Into Kildare has launched a campaign aimed at reassuring the local community and visitors that businesses throughout the county have implemented adequate health and safety measures.
Fáilte Ireland has launched a suite of business supports to help businesses to plan out the key elements of their recovery. These have been developed with industry experts to support businesses to re-open and relaunch their business effectively and will complement the operational guidelines for re-opening also listed below.
Ireland’s Fittest Family 2020 – Applications Open! Ireland’s Fittest Family is back and they are looking for families in Kildare! Have you and your family got what it takes to […]
Yesterday saw the slow re-opening of some parts of our economy with golf being one of the very few sports allowed to re-start, under strict Covid related protocols.
Kildare is home to some of Ireland’s national treasures and while we are all eagerly awaiting the time when we can get out and explore the wonderful museums, visitor centre parks, parkland and gardens. Enjoy a virtual tour and get an even closer experience with extra insider knowledge from the excellent staff keeping these visitor attractions up and running behind closed doors.
The restaurants, cafes, bars and food producers of Kildare are working hard to offer people ideas on how to bring the great tastes from their establishments into your home. We’ve put together just some of these great Kildare recipes to give you a taste of whats on offer!
While the virus has impacted this year’s June Fest, chief Yarn Bomber, Annie Morris, does not know the meaning of ‘no’.
Stories bring local places to life and helps us to remember and cherish what makes those places so special and to pass it on to future generations.
What Would Shackleton Do? is a podcast by the Shackleton Autumn School exploring how Ernest Shackleton handled crisis and isolation to ultimately triumph over extreme conditions.
Steeped in history, Kildare is one of Ireland’s oldest towns, dating right back to St. Brigid the Celtic Goddess and the ancient high kings of Ireland, right through to the invasions of the Vikings and more. Take our quiz and see how your knowledge fairs on the history of Cill Dara!
At a special meeting on Monday, 30 March, the June Fest Management Committee decided to change its plans for June Fest 2020. Speaking after the meeting, the Chairperson, Colm Somers, […]
The occasion was marked by recognising the 5 key individuals who have made the programme a success over the past 30 months. Awarded for their efforts were Rotary Newbridge President […]
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