Kildare is a county rich in heritage and history across a wide range of areas including equine, military, music, literature, sport and much more. In addition to its connections to St Brigid, Kildare is also the birthplace of the global brand Guinness, its founder Arthur Guinness and the great explorer Ernest Shackleton. The county has a long association with Ireland’s Defence Force at The Curragh and is known as the ‘Thoroughbred County’ given its vibrant equestrian sector.
Kildare’s people are not limited by current geographical location and Kildare County Council wishes to help connect Kildare’s global population, the diaspora, through relevant and interesting stories, events and news relating to Kildare’s international connections.
We encourage you to join the Kildare Diaspora by entering your details via this online survey https://leokildare.submit.com/show/357 or connecting with us on Facebook. You will receive relevant information relating to Kildare and its global network.
You can withdraw consent at any time by contacting [email protected].
For further information, please contact [email protected] or call 045-980429.