BALLYHOURA OUTDOOR RECREATION COURSE

QQI Level 5 – Enrolling Now – Starting September 2016. Develop the skills and obtain the qualifications to work as an outdoor instructor by enrolling on this challenging full-time course run by Ballyhoura Development Ltd in association with Limerick/Clare ETB. A typical week would involve participants going mountain biking, hill

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MITCHELSTOWN TO COMMEMORATE 1916

Work has been under way in Mitchelstown this week in preparation for the unveiling of a commemorative sculpture and tree planting ceremony to remember all who died in the 1916 Rising. The sculpture will be unveiled in a new Remembrance Garden, beside Mitchelstown Leisure Centre and adjacent to the Tesco

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INSPIRING CREATIVITY IN YOUNG PEOPLE

For many years, photographer Gill Fonteyn worked with children is Botswana and while it exposed the cruelty of the world we live in, with children left orphaned by HIV/AIDS, it also allowed him to see the beauty of the world and that beauty was often expressed through art, creativity, song

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FIT FRIENDS AT MITCHELSTOWN LEISURE CENTRE

Mitchelstown Leisure Centre has the pleasure of hosting twice weekly a wonderful group of people in Fit Friends class. This is a class dedicated to individuals with variety of disabilities. This group of about twelve boys and girls demonstrate both their love of live and theirs determination to achieve great

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ALL-IRELAND CHAMPIONS!

They say “good things come to those who wait”, and while this somewhat sums up CBS’ All Ireland win in the Corn Ui Mhuiri Senior Football league, it most certainly does not tell the full story. This match on Easter Saturday, 26th March, where CBS Mitchelstown were victorious over St

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LIMERICK LIFELONG LEARNING FESTIVAL 2016

East Limerick Education & Training Network will host “Restorative Practices Information Session”, Information Event for Youth Workers, Community Workers, Parents, Teachers and the General Public. The workshop aims to: give participants a basic understanding of restorative practises, prompt participants to consider what they can do in their own practices at

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BOOKLET FOR MITCHELSTOWN BUSINESSES

The Mitchelstown Business Association in conjunction with Junction 12 are now putting the wheels in motion for a new business booklet and comprehensive map of Mitchelstown. A pamphlet was produces, as a guide for “Where to Eat and Shop in Mitchelstown”, but it did not include all of the businesses

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