May 23rd 2014
Local Elections will take place
on the Friday 23rd May 2014

July 2014
Naas Community Men’s Shed

June / July 2014
The Ancient Well known locally  the Well Lane is being restored Read More...

Tidy Towns Organisations/ Community Groups

I will continue to propose the support and development of Tidy Towns Committees throughout Kildare. Only now are Local Authority officials recognising that TT volunteers are the coalface workers of local community environment protection and local area enhancement, because ‘They are The Community’. Their volunteerism is of immense value, with their hands-on actions they preserve local dignity and develop local pride for local initiatives. Many thanks to Naas and other Tidy Towns Volunteers
Well Lane Project.


Seamie, a staunch and dedicated Naas historian is delighted to have researched, located and restored the ancient well in the former community area known as 'Well Lane'. With significant bursary help from Naas Credit Union, under the auspices of Naas Tidy Towns Committee, the support of Naas Local History Group and the practical help and vigilance of Naas Town Council, all of which bodies he is a member, the task of restoring the ancient well to be a beautiful local feature, has recently been completed under his stewardship.The families and former residents of the area have been passionate with pride and wholesome with their praises for the restoration work. A History Board on the well will be sited near the project. It is envisaged that the full green area of the site will become a People's Park in the future.
Put litter in its place
Put litter in its place: A leaflet has been compiled by Naas Town Council to outline the varying aspects of the litter problem along with a number of suggestions to avoid litter and how to report illegal dumping. Headings used: Property Owners/Occupiers Fines Public Places Posters & Signs Recycling Centres Advertising Flyers Bonfires Naas Community Wardens Backyard burning Illegal Dumping Dog Fouling Presenting your refuse for Collection Associated litter problems.
Three Districts of Naas
Naas is split into three Districts/neighbourhoods for more manageable clean ups.
1. Craddockstown
2. Jigginstown
3. Monread
Chairman of Naas Tidy Town committee Seamie Moore out at dawn watering the flowers in the town.

Seamie, Chairman of Naas Tidy Towns is receiving Silver Medal Award for Naas having achieved Medal Status and 7th position in 2013 National Tidy Towns Competition. Lady with me is Ms Pat Clear NTT and the MD of Super Valu.

Today, still as Chairman, he ensures, with the help of strong committee members, which Naas looks its best throughout the year but particularly during the summer months of the National Tidy Towns Competition. 

Naas has won Four Silver Medal awards and three Bronze Medal Awards during the past seven years and with the help of Residential, Community, Youth, Commercial and State Support Groups, he is confident that 2014 will be the Gold Medal Year.

Seamie is extremely proud that such a joint Naas effort has now positioned the town as high as 7th position among the most attractive towns in Ireland.

2014 Seamie Moore, 1 Ashfield Park, Naas, Co.Kildare Phone - 045 879241 Mobile - 0872497813