Funded by the Arts Council, Ice-cream Architecture are a firm of architects committed to delivering community workshops across the country and Kilcock will be the only town they visit in Kildare.
While in Kilcock they will examine possible uses and improvements to the Square and the day will be a hands- on event that explores how the current square operates for the town and how people perceive its importance within the locality.
This Workshop forms part of the Community Participation Strategy of the Integrated Services Programme North Kildare, and Coordinator Honor Griffin is delighted to have such a sought after group present in Kilcock.
Honor outlined that “They will collect all the feedback and inputs from the workshop and present them in a clear and coherent proposal for the community”.
So watch out Kilcock for the Architectural Circus and their distinctive Ice-Cream Van!
12pm Site visit The Square
1pm Presentation St. Josephs Hall
All are welcome to get involved in this exciting workshop to get the most inclusive outcomes from the day.
The Integrated Services programme for Co Kildare is a project of the Kildare County Development Board (CDB) Strategic plan 2020. It was launched in Kildare in 2010 and Kilcock is the first town in North Kildare where the ISP will be delivered.
The ISP works by identifying gaps in local needs, commissioning projects that are achievable, scoping the requirements and responding through interagency working to deliver project goals.
For further information on the ISP North Kildare programme, please contact Honor Griffin at 087 7828928 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.