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N'ime Kildare bụ mkpakọrịta ndị otu anaghị akwụ ụgwọ, nke Kildare County Council na-akwado ma bụrụ olu njem na-anọchite anya ọdịmma ụlọ ọrụ na ọkwa mba na mba.

Njem nlegharị anya bụ ihe na -enyere aka n'ịmepụta ọrụ ma na -enwe mmetụta dị mma maka ọdịmma akụ na ụba na mmekọrịta ọha na mpaghara. N'ime Kildare na-enye aka ma na-emetụta mmepe usoro ogologo oge nke County Kildare ma soro ndị na-emekọrịta ihe nwee ike ịkwalite uto njem.

Dị ka ụlọ ọrụ ndị njem nlegharị anya, Into Kildare nwere ikike izigara ya

"Wulite ụlọ ọrụ njem nlegharị anya na -atọ ụtọ, nke na -adigide na County Kildare ebe ndị nwere mmekọ na -arụkọ ọrụ ọnụ iji chepụta ma nyefee ahụmịhe dị mma maka ndị ọbịa ụlọ na mba ofesi, mepụta ọrụ, kwalite akụ na ụba obodo ma chekwaa gburugburu ebe obibi."

The Strategic Plan for Tourism in Kildare 2022-2027, was launched by Minister Catherine Martin TD on 17 November 2021. The strategy seeks to maximise the tourism potential of County Kildare to achieve the vision by building on strengths and opportunities using a framework guided by six goals and six strategic priorities.

Strategic Plan for Tourism in County Kildare 2022-2027

Vision for Kildare Tourism
“Kildare, a rural escape close to the city, is recognised worldwide for exceptional thoroughbred experiences, a place to engage with rich culture, picturesque landscapes, and a warm welcome. A sustainable ethos based around low impact regenerative tourism is at the heart of what we do. Our county is a place apart, with a blend of fascinating history and modern vibrancy; a place to reconnect and indulge with friends and family; where reviving and recharging is a racing certainty.”

Framework for Kildare Tourism
There are six strategic priorities with clear objectives for Kildare tourism to enable compelling and high-quality visitor experiences, with an increasingly resilient, competitive and innovate industry that provides local economic benefit to the communities of Kildare. One that is based on principles of sustainable and regenerative tourism, leaving places better than they were before.

  1. Demonstrate leadership and collaboration. Together the tourism stakeholders in Kildare will work collaboratively with a common vision, striving for a united and competitive destination, with a stronger and more effective governance model, and appropriate resourcing.
  2. Enable industry resilience. The Kildare tourism industry will become increasingly resilient through digitisation support to support a smart tourism approach, support for a low carbon transition, enabling of networking opportunities and by targeted capacity building.
  3. Creating captivating experiences. Innovative world class visitor experiences will be created that provide an immersive, compelling reason to visit Kildare and motivate more overnight stays with an emphasis on regenerative tourism.
  4. Reinforce destination connectivity and accessibility. A reimagining of the way in which visitors can access County kildare will focus on new transport links, signage, universal design, and a wider range of visitor accommodation.
  5. Build visitor awareness. Key market segments among domestic and international visitor will be targeted to raise awareness of Kildare as a rural escape with exceptional experiences through a range of digital and print media, events, packaged offers and itineraries.
  6. Measure strategy impact. A smart destination approach will drive collation and analysis of a range of tourism data to inform decision-making and to benefit Kildare communities.

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Onye ndu

David Mongey (Mongey Communications)


Brian Fallon, Onye na -echekwa ego (Fallon nke Kilcullen)
Brian Flanagan, onye na -echekwa ego (Silken Thomas)
Anne O'Keeffe, Onye ode akwụkwọ
Sonya Kavanagh (Kọmitii mpaghara Kildare)
Liam Dunne (Kọmitii mpaghara Kildare)
Cllr. Suzanne Doyle (Kọmitii mpaghara Kildare)
Michael Davern (Onye na -ere ahịa)
Kevin Kenny (Ụlọ ihe nkiri Shackleton)
Tom McCutcheon (Kildare Town Heritage Center)
Evan Arkwright (Curragh Racecourse)