Kilcock news



Sincere sympathy goes to the Browne family on the death of their mother Brina Browne. She was predeceased by her husband John and daughter Eimear. Burial was in St.Joseph’s cemetery.

Condolence also to the families and friends of Sean o’ Shea, Baltraracey, burial in Mainham cemetery, and of Fionnula Mc Loughlin, Brayton Park, burial in St. Joseph’s cemetery.

Sincere sympathy also to Patsy Quinn, Laragh on the death of her sister Mary Moore who died in Clare.

“Ar nDheis De Go Raibh Siad”.

First in Kildare

St. Joseph’s Cemetery in Kilcock is the first in County Kildare with burial information accessible on line.

A new sign with each burial plot outlined has been erected at the cemetery. With the click of a mouse St. Joseph’s can be accessed from anywhere in the world.

The website also contains a photograph of the corresponding headstones of the deceased interred there. Kilcock can be accessed online at The Irish Graveyard Surveyors website.


Kilcock Tidy Town Committee extend thanks to all who supported their table quiz held recently and a special thanks to Brendan who compiled the questions and was quiz master on the night.

A reminded that work continues on Monday and Wednesdays. The meet up venue is 7pm at the courthouse. Don’t forget your shovel, brush and gloves. If we all pull together and do our bit we can make a difference.


The Trustees of the Parish Benevolent Fund wish to extend sincere thanks to the Kilcock Hurlers and friends for their generous donation of €850 following their sponsored climb of Croagh Patrick recently.

The St. Brigid’s Conference of the St. Vincent De Paul say a big thanks also to the Hurlers for their generous contribution of same amount.


Margaret o’Neill Courtown Road Kilcock. Expresses thanks to all who sold and bought her homemade jams and marmalades and helped raise €500 for Almas. The raised funds goes towards helping the poorest of the poor.