Delegation to Brussels on the Subject of LEADER MG and UBT meeting with Irish LAGs_FINAL
North & East Kerry Development and South Kerry Development Partnership are delighted to welcome Minister for Rural Development, Ann Phelan to attend our Rural Development conference on Monday 1st December at 8pm in Manor West Hotel, Tralee. At a time of ongoing change in the farming sector, the Minister will lay out her vision for […]
The Rural Biz 2014 Awards Ceremony took place Thursday 6th November in Áras an Phobail Community Building, Croílár na Mistéalach, Dean’s Lane, Tralee. This event was co-hosted by 2 community organisations NEKD and South Kerry Development Partnership as well as Kerry Local Enterprise Office and key sponsors who helped bring total prize money to €18,500. […]
We are delighted to announce the continuation of the Revamp Furniture Recycling Enterprise, securing direct employment for 12 local people in Castleisland and allowing us to continue to provide affordable, good quality pre-loved and upcycled furniture. Our craftspeople are currently undergoing further training in workwork, here’s some photos of the staff at work in our […]
The Kingdom Furniture Revamp Store is looking for good quality furniture donations (can be collected from your home). For enquiries please call 066 7142576. Our furniture store is open for sales Mon-Thurs 9.30am to 5.30pm and Fri 9.30am to 4.00pm. Call in and browse through our wide range of quality used and upcycled furniture and […]
Some photos from the Community Consultation Meeting held on Monday 17th November in our Tralee Offices at Áras an Phobail, Croílár na Mistealach. Thanks to everyone who turned out on the night…great debate, great ideas!
Congratulations to those who completed training on “Enhancing Adolescents “ delivered by National Youth Council Ireland, organised by NEKD which was held on the 12th of November in the NEKD Building in Castleisland.
Break the chain of violence against women.
Direct Provision is the system of accommodating and dispersing asylum seekers across Ireland. Asylum seekers live in communal accommodation, where most families share one bedroom, single parents share with other single parents and their children, and individuals share rooms with strangers. People in these centres receive three meals a day at set times in canteens, […]