Inistioge

Inistioge is a beautiful and historic village on the river Nore in South Kilkenny. Its special character has made it one of the most visited places in the South East of Ireland for many decades..

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  • Rower Inistioge GAA on ClubZap

    The Rower-Inistioge GAA club is pleased to announce a new partnership with Irish company ClubZap. ClubZap is a communications and payment platform for sports clubs to engage with their local community and deliver news, notifications, fixtures, results, membership, merchandising, all GDPR-compliant to your phone. There is no cost involved in downloading the app and becoming […]

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  • National Learning Network – Career Path

    Hello Inistioge, My name is David Kelly and I am currently co-ordinating a Free Level 4 General Learning KCETB course called Career Path. This course is taking place in Kilkenny city and is designed for individuals that have additional support needs. We work with students with any learning disabilities, physical or intellectual disabilities, mental health […]

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  • Michael Holden – Launches New Website

    Ceramic landscape artist Michael Holden has launched a new website to promote his work. Following a long career in the ceramics industry in Kilkenny Michael recently set up his own business, fulfilling a lifelong ambition. Michael is an artist who has developed his own unique style, blending painting and ceramics to produce works that are […]

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  • Brian Malone Family Fundraising

    Your help is requested for local resident Brian and his family, please. Story on the link below. GoFundMeLink  

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  • Aerial View of Inistioge Village

    2020 Development Draw

    Dear Subscriber, This is to update you on the plans for the 2020 Development Draw and the financial position with respect to the loans taken out to complete the construction of Cois Abhann and development of the GAA grounds in Inistioge and The Rower. The monthly Development Draw, which normally commences in March/April, was postponed […]

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