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Community Support/Coronavirus

community support

Stoneyford Development Association and Parents Association have established a group of community volunteers who will assist anyone in need,  to deliver medication, groceries, fuel to your door.

If you would like to avail of help in any way, have concerns with which you need help or would just like a chat over the phone please contact any of the numbers listed .

To see the list please click on this LINK


Im’ shuí sa Chúinne.

Tá galar nua-scaoilte

Ag bagairt ‘r an dtír seo

A tháinigh ón tSín chughainn

Nó bfhéidir ón Róimh

Is mo thrua go deo sínn

Gach fiontar is spóirt againn

Bhéadh craciúil is gleomhar

Faoi cosc is faoi chomhad

Ach comh fad ‘s bheidh anál a’m

Nó go dtiochfaid lá phárrthais

Ní ligfead dó mé chrá-sa

Nó mo chúrsa a leághadh

Ach mo chroí sa Home Rule Club

‘ S an Leabharlann ionntach

Ag cur is ag cúiteamh

Lem cháirdibh go deo

                          le Diarmuid Ó Drúcháin


Stoneyford Library.

Joe Whyte Chairperson SDA and Carole Hennessy Chairperson of S.A.R.G.

Opening Times:

Mon-Sat: 9.00 a.m. to 12.00.

On Wednesday the 5thFebruary last Mr. Joe Whyte, Chairperson of Stoneyford Development Association formally declared Stoneyford Library open for use, the library which is situated in Stoneyford Community Centre is a valuable asset to the people of Stoneyford as it functions on various different levels. For people who wish to acquire a book for a good read the library is at their disposal. There is no onus on users to register or to return books.

Generally readers are inclined to hoard their favourite books until eventually space becomes a premium, the library facilitates those people and provides an opportunity to drop their books into Stoneyford Library and share them with the general reading public.

He thanked the members of SARG who curate the collection.

How does it work:

If you need a good read just drop into the library and take what you want.

You do not have to return the book.

If you have a book or books you are finished with you may leave them in the library.

There is no cost involved, there is no need to sign in, all that is required is that you enjoy your read.


Kingsriver, Ennisnag.

Welcome to Stoneyford Development Association’s website.Thank you for visiting our site. You are very welcome, please stay for a  long as you wish. If you follow the various links you will learn about our community, our news, our hobbies our weather etc.Kilkenny is a beautiful county with many sights to be seen and experiences to be had. If you are visiting the mid Kilkenny region the

village of Stoneyford is an ideal location to use as a base for your travels. It is central to Kilkenny City, Jerpoint Glass, Jerpoint Abbey, Kells Monastic Site, Kilree Round Tower and High Cross, Mount Juliet Country Estate and Golf Course and many more.

There is also good trout and salmon fishing in the area.While in Stoneyford you could experience the delights of Knockdrinna Artisan Cheese, produced in the village, the hospitality of Malzard’s or Sheridan’s Public Houses and stay in one of the many delightful B and Bs, where you can taste the best of local fare and the warmth of Stoneyford hospitality. If you are lucky you might get a chance to see Carrickshock hurlers, of whom we are very proud, display their skills on the playing pitch.We hope you will find this website informative and entertaining, if you have any suggestions or comments please feel free to share them with us.