Our Mission Statement
We aim to maintain the heritage and character of Kill to enhance our quality of life. We will involve all the community in partnership with Kildare County Council, local businesses, Residents Associations, voluntary sporting associations, Scoil Bhríde and Saplings school to improve our village.
Kill Tidy Towns depends 100% on volunteers to help keep Kill Village looking magnificent for the benefit of locals and visitors to the community. In addition this work has helped Kill Village achieve many awards over the years within National Tidy Towns competions.
New volunteers are always welcome and appreciated. Contact can be made with any of the committee or meeting in the church car park any Tuesday evening (during summer) at 7.00pm. Volunteer work is carried out on Tuesday evenings between 7.00-9.00pm
Please join us and help us.
A Video published in 2013 of Kill Village made by 6th Class students in Kill National School, helped by teachers Mr. Gordon and Mr. Gallagher.
Since the making of this video a new national school has been built and opened to accommodate the number of child in Kill.