22 May 2022

Local heritage projects across Kildare invited to apply for Council funding

Kilkenny call put out for Heritage Week 2018 events


Kildare County Council is inviting applications for the Community Heritage Grant Scheme 2022 from individuals, groups and organisations who are carrying out local heritage projects.   

Heritage projects for the scheme must have a community benefit and can include projects such as monuments, archaeological objects, heritage objects, architectural heritage, flora, fauna, wildlife habitats, geology, heritage gardens, parks, and inland waterways.  

Examples of projects could include the creation of a wildflower meadow, a habitat survey, heritage signage, audits of local heritage and biodiversity signage boards and much more. 

The closing date for receipt of applications is 4pm Tuesday 15th March 2022. The Application form, guidance notes and address for applications is available on our website at countycouncil/AllServices/ Heritage/ HeritageProjectsandGrants/ 

 Enquiries can be made to 

 All projects must be compliant with Government health guidance at commencement date.  

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