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About Kilkenny PPN

The Kilkenny Public Participation Network (PPN) is the new structure and platform by which the local community can engage with Kilkenny County Council. It forms the link between local Voluntary & Community, Social Inclusion, and Environmental sectors and the local governing body.

Established in 2014 through the Local Government Reform Act 2014,  the PPN ensures that the public can have their say on local government decisions.


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SPC 3 Report
The latest SPC 3 report from 13 Sept. 2018 from the PPN representative Click here to view report
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SPC1 Report Economic Development, Enterprise Support & Tourism September 2018
SPC 1 Report 20th September 2018 SPC 1. Report 14.09.18 docx
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Ireland Newfoundland Festival Programme
Full programme of activity here Ireland Newfoundland Festival Programme _1425_ 180809
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National Advocacy Service
The National Advocacy Service is a free, independent and confidential service fully funded by the Citizens Information Board. NAS provides
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Recovery College SE (Mental Health) Autumn Timetable and Booking Form
full details of the autumn timetable and the application form Recovery College South East Timetable Semester Sept 2018 to Dec
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SPC2 – Infrastructure, Transportation, Fire and Emergency PNN’S Representative’s Report – June 2018
SPC2 – Infrastructure, Transportation, Fire and Emergency PNN’S Representative’s Report – June 2018  – Click here to read
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Public Awareness Event – TUSLA

September 18th, 2018|Events|

National Child and Family Support Week - Tusla Working in partnership to Support Families.   A show case event for children, young people and their families to highlight the services and supports Tusla staff and Tusla [...]

Communities Creating Jobs Newsletter

September 17th, 2018|News|

COMMUNITY FINANCE IRELAND has issued their autumn version of the “Communities Creating Jobs” or “CCJ” Newsletter.    The articles should prove useful to those communities seeking to re-energise their locality, with examples of good news stories [...]

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