Month: January 2020

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Organic Gardening Course
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Kerry Community Awards

COMMUNITY AWARDS 2020

⊂   Kerry Community Awards is not a grant its an award that recognises the good work done by groups and organisations for their Communities.      Applications that have been submitted will be adjudicated by an Independant Committee and the best twenty applications will be invited to an Awards Ceremony in Killarney where ten … Continued

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COMMUNITY WELLBEING VISION

The Kerry Public Participation Network is in the process of developing a Community Wellbeing Vision for County Kerry with it members groups ( 740 groups) and the wider community. There is a very exciting Community initiative coming your way about the development of a Community wellbeing Vison . The question being posed by the Kerry … Continued

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RURAL DEVELOPMENT (LEADER)

Rural Development  (LEADER) Programme  2014 – 2020 South Kerry Development Partnership CLG on behalf of the Kerry LCDC-Led LAG is inviting Expressions of Interest for the Rural Development (LEADER) Programme Basic Services targeted at Hard to Reach Communities Sub-Theme fromMonday, 20th January 2020. About LEADER LEADER is a Community Led Local Development approach that involves … Continued

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Roses in Tralee

TRALEE TOWN PARK

  Tralee Municipal District are currently developing a Strategic Plan for Tralee Town Park and as part of that process we are inviting submissions from the park users and the wider public.     Tralee Town Park, affectionately known as ‘The Green’ is located in the heart of Tralee town and is one of the … Continued

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Community Wellbeing

  The Kerry PPN is working with its membership and wider Community to produce a shared vision for the Future Wellbeing of county Kerry for this and future generations. This vision will be used to guide the work of the PPN and its representatives and in influencing policy and working to achieving the Communities goals.  … Continued

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Safety When Working at Height

Falls from heights is the largest single cause of death for construction workers worldwide and is second only to Vehicles, as the main cause of fatalities at work in Ireland. Work at height is considered as ‘any place, at, above or below ground level, where a person could be injured if they fell from that … Continued

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COMMUNITY AWARDS APPLICATION

COMMUNITY AWARDS APPLICATION

Application forms and guidelines for the Community Awards can be obtained by clicking on the links below   community awards guidelines   community awards application form