Defibrillator Purchase

 

In 2007 the Committee organised a sponsored walk, and with the help of Eastern Harps, significant funds were raised and we were able to purchase two Defibrillators for Keash.  

 

Farm Flooding Relief Help:

 

In January 2010, an auction was held and €1,970 was raised.  These funds were donated by the committee through Red Cross to the Irish Flood victims in Cork

CURRENT AND EARLIER PROJECTS

Fencing and Drainage of Field:

Much underlying work has been done to date on the playground field, mainly in the area of fencing and drainage.

 

 

Village Signage:

 

The committee have been responsible for the erection of much of the signange you see around the village.

 

 

Bottle and Recycling Banks:

 

With the help and support of the community the enhancement committee were able to introduce bottle and recycling banks to the village in 2007.  This has been a welcome addition to the parish and is widely used by many people.  

 

 

 

 

 

Flowers, shrubs and trees:

 

​Much of the wonderful flowers and plant life you see around the main areas of the village have been planted by Keash Village Enhancement.  These bring a wonderful colour to the village.  Alot of work is carried out throughout the year by the committee and volunteers to make sure that the plants, trees, etc are looking their best!

 

 

Clean up of Kingstone holywell:

 

​Once of the major projects undertaken by the committee was the cleaning up and restoration of Kingstone Well.  This hard work was reward with a heritage award in 2012 when they were 2nd runner up.  

 

"Conservation work on the Kingstone Well involved a minimalistic approach, disturbing the site and its natural flora and fauna as little as possible, with no alterations made to the well itself. 

 

 

Bus Stop Sign and Bench

A Bus stop sign and bench were installed at the Keash crossroads.