Kildorrery Community Development CLG

Welcome to the official website of Kildorrery Community Development CLG, a non-profit organisation which was officially set up on the 4th of October 1993. The aim of the organisation is to promote Kildorrery as a welcoming and active community for our residents and visitors, thus encouraging tourism and industry into the area. We are located in North Cork, the scenic Ballyhoura region of Munster province.

Office / Tourist Services

  • Open Mon - Fri from 9.00am - 5.00pm
  • Full range of administrative services available: Typing, photocopying, printing, broadband use, laminating e-mailing and scanning
  • Our friendly office staff will gladly help with any questions or queries that you may have be you a visitor or local

Subcommittees

There are seven sub-committees working within the Community Development.

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The Community Housing Association

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Tidy Towns Group

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Community Gardens Group

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Playground Group

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Historical Society

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Senior Citizens' Association

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Community Alert

Kildorrery In The News

New lease of life for Kildorrery Creamery
15 Oct 2021
Kildorrery Community Development Committee are opening their doors, figuratively speaking, for fundraising this Friday, and are calling on all members of the community to join in to get works on the new Community Hall over the finish line.

With 220 clubs from all 32 counties currently involved in the Gaelic4Mothers&Others initiative, the nationwide programme received a significant boost this week with new official sponsors of the programme announced in a three-year deal.

Ireland needs to fully embrace community-led housing
31 Jul 2021
"Cloughjordan EcoVillage in Tipperary is one of the best-known Irish examples, along with Kildorrery in Cork."

The breakdown of the grant sees €85,700,000 going towards improvement works in Cork County, with €1,290,093 for maintenance while Cork City was granted €1,660,000 for improvements and €344,776 for maintenance.

They also discovered finds which may have been associated with human burials or offering gifts to the 'Gods of the Underworld'

Community organisations in North Cork are to benefit from a more than €50,000 funding windfall under a scheme established by the joint developers of the Castlepook Wind Farm near Doneraile.

Kildorrery National School had two reasons to celebrate on Tuesday last – the raising of their fifth green flag and the official opening of their new €346,000 extension.

Work is underway at Kildorrery National School to construct three special education rooms, one new classroom and a universal access toilet (UAT) facility. The new extension will cost €345,977 to complete and will include an upgrade to the existing fire system and safety equipment.

A fine crowd turned out in Kildorrery last Saturday, to see GAA President, Aogan O Fearghail officially open the new 350-seat spectator stand at the GAA grounds.

Its population is rising, its buildings are full. How did Kildorrery, Co Cork, pull itself out of decline?

It’s all hands to the pump in Kildorrery these days as Tidy Towns committee members put the finishing touches to their village in advance of adjudication in the Pride of Place competition, the Cork County Litter Challenge and the ‘big one’ – the National Tidy Towns competition.