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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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Blank Governance Templates for Community Organisations
A comprehensive list of blank templates for community groups to use for set up/good governance This is not an exhaustive list
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International Mental Health Week Event Registration Document
International Mental Health Week 2018 EVENT Form
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Kilkenny Council Adopted Strategic Policy Scheme 2014-2019
The Kilkenny County Council adopted SPC Scheme can be viewed here Adopted Strategic Policy Committee Scheme 2014-2019 _3_
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How to write a submission
A presentation on how to make a submission given to the PPN Plenary 23rd May 2018, available here How to
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Presentation by Anne Maria Walsh, Council Corporate Affairs to the Plenary, 23rd May 2018
An excellent presentation from the SEO of Kilkenny County Council Corporate Affairs on the role and function of the Council
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PPN Plenary presentation 23rd May 2018
The PPN plenary presentation held in the Ormonde Hotel on the 23rd May can be viewed here plenary May 18
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Community Water Development Fund 2019

January 8th, 2019|Grants|

The Local Authority Waters Programme are pleased to announce the launch of an open call for applications to a Community Water Development Fund 2019. Closing date for receipt of applications is Tuesday 12th February 2019 [...]

All Ireland Pollinator Plan 2015-2020

January 7th, 2019|News|

Get involved with the Irish Pollinator Initiative - About one third of our Ireland’s 101 native bee species are threatened with extinction. Bees are the most important pollinator of crops and native plant species in [...]

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