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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  • Protest Group set up to Oppose Council’s plans for Inistioge

    A protest group has been set up in response to the modified “Inistioge Traffic & Village Enhancement Scheme 2020” proposed by Kilkenny County Council. Many residents and visitors of this beautiful village oppose these plans, believing them to be detrimental to the village and consider there are far more pressing priorities that need to be […]

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  • Covid Guidelines for Cois Abhann Sep/Oct 2021 Published

    Re-opening Safely: Cois Abhann Community Centre 20th September 2021 Current ICC guidelines for use of the Cois Abhann community Centre have been developed in line with the Government’s Roadmap for Reopening Society and Business, Work Safely Protocol and the updated Reframing the Challenge, Continuing our Recovery & Reconnecting, and based on the latest health guidance […]

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  • New Mural for O’Donnell’s, by Michael Holden

    Fantastic work today by James Miskella of Miskella Tiling putting in place the new mural over the door at O’Donnell’s pub Inistioge. This comprises a total of 80 painted ceramic tiles produced by Michael Holden, Ceramic Artist. For more information about Michael click here.

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  • Inistioge Traffic Management & Village Enhancement Scheme – Revised Map

    We have been asked to post the Inistioge Traffic Management & Village Enhancement Scheme – Revised Map. This is what is proposed post-consultations in summer 2020. Download revised map on the link below Modified Plan Layout Inistioge Village Improvements Oct 2020_ (002)

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  • George Brown Memorial Event 2021

    Saturday, 17 July at Woodstock Gardens. Beginning at 2 p.m. there will be a wreath-laying at the Olive Grove in the Walled Garden, followed by the planting of a specimen tree in the grounds. Those attending are asked to assemble at the newly refurbished Tea Rooms. The Graiguenamanagh Brass Band, as in previous years, will […]

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