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About Us

Established 50 years ago, Kilcock Tidy Towns is a group of local volunteers committed to improving and maintaining the environment of Kilcock. New exciting goals and aspirations are to try improve biodiversity and promote initiatives to fight climate change. We’ll be out and about in the evenings and weekends cleaning up and planting. It’s always lovely to have people join us in our efforts so please feel free, even stop for a chat. Let’s share ideas and community spirit.

Follow us here to see our projects and progress, to see how you can be involved. We’re also on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter!

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Our Objectives 


Build on the natural, built and cultural assets of our town to deliver projects of

community interest


Foster a sense of community, engagement and empowerment to make Kilcock a

wonderful place to live, work and visit

Climate action

Carry out projects that promote biodiversity and mitigate against and/or adapt to

climate breakdown

Tidy Towns 

Deliver projects, alone and in partnership, with other individuals, groups and

agencies to improve Kilcock, promote biodiversity, reduce climate change and ensure a best possible entry into the annual National Tidy Towns competition.


Ensure our actions and projects are delivered in a sustainable manner, always

adhering to the highest standards and based on best practice


Focus on projects that raise awareness and leave a lasting positive legacy for this

and future generations

Kilcock .......


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Meet The Team

Committee Members: Tess Barrett, Ann Butler, Phil Hayden, Margaret Macken, Margaret Mc Geeney, Marie Mooney,  Mary Nolan, Michael O'Connor, Mary Regan, Sinead McGuire

Volunteers: We also have several volunteers who join us for Clean-ups and many of whom manage and tidy areas near them

Community Garden: We also have a large sub group of volunteers working in, assisting with or otherwise interested in the Community Garden

New Members: We are always happy to welcome new members to committee, volunteers, to help occasionally, manage an area or to join community garden group

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Chris Mooney


086 2664186

Fionnuala Corcoran


087 2848409

Tom Durkan



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