Inistioge News & Events

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Inistioge to feature on RTE’s Tracks and Trails

The next edition of RTE’s Tracks & Trails will feature some of Kilkenny’s most beautiful rural walks. The programme will air on RTE 1 this coming Friday at 7.30pm. Dr. Ruth Freeman, Science Foundation Ireland is joined by local people as she explores areas such as Bennettsbridge, Graignamanagh, Inistioge and Woodstock Gardens. The programme will […]

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Darkness into Light, Inistioge – May 11th 2024

Pieta and Electric Ireland Launch 2024 Darkness Into Light in Leinster to Raise Vital Funds for Pieta’s Suicide Prevention Services Sports Broadcaster Alan Quinlan and Singer Songwriter Aaron J Harte Join Pieta and Electric Ireland for 2024 Connaught Launch. • 100,000 People expected to participate in the 16th annual Darkness Into Light Event. • Fundraising […]

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St Patrick’s Day Parade and Duck Race

This St Patrick’s Day there will be a Parade and Duck Race in Inistioge. You can participate if you ‘buy’ a Duck online. One Duck costs €5 but you can buy as many as you like. Click here to buy your Duck  

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FREE courses in Cois Abhann

A new initiative is being promoted by a group of local people, in partnership with KCETB, to facilitate the provision of a range of courses in Cois Abhann. The classes will begin in January and in the first term a trio of classes are proposed – Basket Weaving Beginner Sewing Computer & Phone All classes […]

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Inistioge NS flooding

There was drama in the village when major flooding impacted Inistioge NS on Monday 23rd October. Children (and teacher!) had to be carried from the school by firemen from Thomastown and Graignamanagh Fire Services. Report on Virgin Media News here Report in New Ross Standard here    

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Another ‘Golden’ moment for Inistioge

Another Golden moment for Inistioge Inistioge 2 points behind Tidiest Village, 3 from overall winner! At the Tidy Towns Awards in Croke Park on Friday, Inistioge was awarded our third gold medal, with a score of 373 points. This was two points less than the tidiest village, Geashill, Co Offaly with 375 and just three […]

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