Have your say: Nominate Kildare's favourite building

In association with Life Credit Union and Sherry Fitzgerald Reilly

Have your say: Nominate Kildare's favourite building

We are looking for your nominations for your favourite building, your most memorable, inspiring structure in County Kildare. It could be right on your doorstep — and we want to know about it! Nominate your favourite building and it will be in with a chance of being on the shortlist for our Kildare's Favourite Building award.

Whether you are far from home or living on the same street, nominate a building that is a special place. The place that brings back memories, makes you feel safe, inspires you. Our castles, centuries old. Our elegant mansions on grand estates. The red brick army buildings. Our modern, slick buildings — the cutting edge of modern architecture seen in glass, steel and renewable materials — all are structures worth highlighting and celebrating.

We live in a wonderful county steeped in rich history and built heritage but your entry need not be historic. It could be a sports stand that you simply love going to. Or your favourite pub — closed, but where you hope to return someday soon.

The Leinster Leader/KildareNow is now looking for nominations from our readers for their favourite building in County Kildare.

All you have to do is email editor@leinsterleader.ie, contact us on twitter @leinsleadernews or on our Facebook pages (Leinster Leader/KildareNow) with the name of the building you wish to nominate.

We will then put all the nominations on line, and begin the process where readers can vote to create a shortlist for our expert panel to consider, and put forward as Kildare’s favourite building.

Get nominating now!

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