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Proving there is always something new to learn, Limerick’s Lifelong Learning Festival kicks off this week with over 150 events and activities to interest, entertain and engage people of all ages! The festival, now in its fifth year, runs from Monday 23rd to Sunday 29th March 2015. This year’s festival theme ‘Learning for Positive Living’ links learning […]
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EXCEL 15 is Mayo County Council’s annual celebration of young people’s creativity takes place this month. As always there will be a whole host of events, workshops, exhibitions and showcases awaiting this year’s young audiences and events are happening right across the west county. The EXCEL 15 programme is designed for teenagers and young adults […]
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Meath County Council are inviting applications from Primary Schools throughout Meath to get involved in our new Pride of Place 2015 initiative. Meath County Council has recently launched a School Gardening Awards Scheme under the Pride of Place for Primary Schools. This new initiative aims to provide primary school children with the opportunity to learn […]
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The CARA National Adapted Physical Activity Centre in conjunction with the Irish Rugby Football Union and with the support of the Department of Justice and Equality, announced their second Xcessible Youth Sport Initiative aimed at increasing awareness of participation opportunities for children with disabilities in sport and physical activity. Xcessible Inclusive Youth
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The workshop is geared towards engineers, architects, site assessors and local authorities or anybody with a keen interest in knowing more about how to deal with septic tank options and alternatives. The seminar is organised by FH Wetland Systems Ltd., and will be delivered by Féidhlim Harty, who has been designing and working with natural […]
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Profiling Challenges to the Education Sector in Donegal in 2012, a report produced by the Economic Security Sub-group of the Children’s Services Committee has been launched by Mr. Paul Hannigan, President LYIT. Following a series of budget reductions in the Education sector the Economic Security sub-group commissioned research to establish their impact in Donegal. This