Jul
21
Sun
Garden Tea Party at Barmeath Castle @ Barmeath Castle
Jul 21 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

In aid of Dunleer Tidy Towns.

With kind permission of the Bellew Family of Barmeath Castle, Dunleer Tidy Towns are holding a tea party in the grounds of the Castle from 2pm to 5pm on Sunday 21 st July 2019. 

There is a small entry fee of €5 and you get tea or coffee and cakes on the lawn included. Children under 12 go free.

Bring your rug if you wish to have a picnic.  Chairs and tables will be available.
There will be music provided by The Full Shilling and Stephen Callan during the afternoon.

You can walk the expansive grounds with its 4 acre walled garden. There is also a maze which was just starting a few ago so should be mature enough at this point. Also view the 19th Century stone bridge. Afterwards come back for afternoon tea on the lawn. Children under 12 are free of charge.

To add a royal tone to the event we will host a Prince and Princess Competition. This is open to 10 yr olds and under.

Along with a prize the two winners will be taken to the top of the castle by the  Bellews after the competition.

All in all a fun afternoon so bring the family and your friends along.

We look forward to seeing you on the day.

(Pat Roche Secretary, Dunleer Tidy Towns – 087 2769320)

 

Aug
6
Tue
Level 1 Sports Leader Partnership Training Course @ Drogheda
Aug 6 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Sports Leadership Qualification Level 1 Course – Drogheda on 6th, 7th, 8th & 9th August 2019 – Limited Places Available.

Louth Local Sports Partnership are offering students aged between 13-17 the chance to participate in the Level 1 Qualification Sports Leadership from August 2019.

The Level 1 Qualification in Sports Leadership provides the ideal starting point for students who wish to develop their leadership skills. The course will be delivered by tutors trained by Sport Ireland.

The syllabus is designed to develop generic leadership skills that can be applied to a variety of sports and/or recreational situations as well as contributing to the personal development of the learner. The Level 1 Qualification in Sports Leadership is a practical award in which learners must demonstrate their ability to lead others in simple sport/activity.

Aug
7
Wed
Level 1 Sports Leader Partnership Training Course @ Drogheda
Aug 7 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Sports Leadership Qualification Level 1 Course – Drogheda on 6th, 7th, 8th & 9th August 2019 – Limited Places Available.

Louth Local Sports Partnership are offering students aged between 13-17 the chance to participate in the Level 1 Qualification Sports Leadership from August 2019.

The Level 1 Qualification in Sports Leadership provides the ideal starting point for students who wish to develop their leadership skills. The course will be delivered by tutors trained by Sport Ireland.

The syllabus is designed to develop generic leadership skills that can be applied to a variety of sports and/or recreational situations as well as contributing to the personal development of the learner. The Level 1 Qualification in Sports Leadership is a practical award in which learners must demonstrate their ability to lead others in simple sport/activity.

Aug
8
Thu
Level 1 Sports Leader Partnership Training Course @ Drogheda
Aug 8 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Sports Leadership Qualification Level 1 Course – Drogheda on 6th, 7th, 8th & 9th August 2019 – Limited Places Available.

Louth Local Sports Partnership are offering students aged between 13-17 the chance to participate in the Level 1 Qualification Sports Leadership from August 2019.

The Level 1 Qualification in Sports Leadership provides the ideal starting point for students who wish to develop their leadership skills. The course will be delivered by tutors trained by Sport Ireland.

The syllabus is designed to develop generic leadership skills that can be applied to a variety of sports and/or recreational situations as well as contributing to the personal development of the learner. The Level 1 Qualification in Sports Leadership is a practical award in which learners must demonstrate their ability to lead others in simple sport/activity.

Aug
9
Fri
Level 1 Sports Leader Partnership Training Course @ Drogheda
Aug 9 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Sports Leadership Qualification Level 1 Course – Drogheda on 6th, 7th, 8th & 9th August 2019 – Limited Places Available.

Louth Local Sports Partnership are offering students aged between 13-17 the chance to participate in the Level 1 Qualification Sports Leadership from August 2019.

The Level 1 Qualification in Sports Leadership provides the ideal starting point for students who wish to develop their leadership skills. The course will be delivered by tutors trained by Sport Ireland.

The syllabus is designed to develop generic leadership skills that can be applied to a variety of sports and/or recreational situations as well as contributing to the personal development of the learner. The Level 1 Qualification in Sports Leadership is a practical award in which learners must demonstrate their ability to lead others in simple sport/activity.

Aug
23
Fri
National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI): Atlantic Youth Ambassadors Programme – Closing Date 25th July @ The Marine Institute
Aug 23 @ 9:00 am – Aug 27 @ 5:00 pm

The National Youth Council of Ireland is delighted to invite young people aged 18 – 30 years to apply to become one of two Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors for Ireland 2019 – 2020. This is a really exciting opportunity. Closing date for submissions is July 25th 2019.

The Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors is a new programme being piloted by the All Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance and the Marine Institute.

The Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors will be dedicated to promote sustainable development and stewardship of the Atlantic Ocean and develop campaigns and reach-outs to local communities, students, young people, and civil society. It will engage with decision makers as well as work with local media to conserve and protect the Atlantic Ocean for future generations.

In the development of online or local campaigns and events, Ambassadors will be supported by All-Atlantic research and innovation projects.

The All-Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors will take part in a Summer School in the Marine Institute, Galway, from 23 – 27 August 2019 where 20 Youth Ambassadors from 10 countries, including Ireland, will engage with political, social, economic and scientific leaders to develop the necessary skills to become actors for change in 2019 and beyond.

The first goal of the Ambassadors will be to campaign and drive change in their own communities.

Successful campaigns will be presented in early 2020 in Brussels at the All-Atlantic Forum.

The All-Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassador Programme is being developed under the framework of the Galway and Belém Statements to promote All-Atlantic research and innovation cooperation. The Summer School is supported by AORAC-SA and AANChOR. Participating project partners are responsible for the continuous coaching of the Youth Ambassadors, and for ensuring their full embeddedness with the activities of the All Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance.

For more information and to apply for what will be an amazing opportunity, click on:

Application – Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors Programme

Aug
24
Sat
National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI): Atlantic Youth Ambassadors Programme – Closing Date 25th July @ The Marine Institute
Aug 24 @ 9:00 am – Aug 28 @ 5:00 pm

The National Youth Council of Ireland is delighted to invite young people aged 18 – 30 years to apply to become one of two Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors for Ireland 2019 – 2020. This is a really exciting opportunity. Closing date for submissions is July 25th 2019.

The Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors is a new programme being piloted by the All Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance and the Marine Institute.

The Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors will be dedicated to promote sustainable development and stewardship of the Atlantic Ocean and develop campaigns and reach-outs to local communities, students, young people, and civil society. It will engage with decision makers as well as work with local media to conserve and protect the Atlantic Ocean for future generations.

In the development of online or local campaigns and events, Ambassadors will be supported by All-Atlantic research and innovation projects.

The All-Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors will take part in a Summer School in the Marine Institute, Galway, from 23 – 27 August 2019 where 20 Youth Ambassadors from 10 countries, including Ireland, will engage with political, social, economic and scientific leaders to develop the necessary skills to become actors for change in 2019 and beyond.

The first goal of the Ambassadors will be to campaign and drive change in their own communities.

Successful campaigns will be presented in early 2020 in Brussels at the All-Atlantic Forum.

The All-Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassador Programme is being developed under the framework of the Galway and Belém Statements to promote All-Atlantic research and innovation cooperation. The Summer School is supported by AORAC-SA and AANChOR. Participating project partners are responsible for the continuous coaching of the Youth Ambassadors, and for ensuring their full embeddedness with the activities of the All Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance.

For more information and to apply for what will be an amazing opportunity, click on:

Application – Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors Programme

Aug
25
Sun
National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI): Atlantic Youth Ambassadors Programme – Closing Date 25th July @ The Marine Institute
Aug 25 @ 9:00 am – Aug 29 @ 5:00 pm

The National Youth Council of Ireland is delighted to invite young people aged 18 – 30 years to apply to become one of two Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors for Ireland 2019 – 2020. This is a really exciting opportunity. Closing date for submissions is July 25th 2019.

The Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors is a new programme being piloted by the All Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance and the Marine Institute.

The Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors will be dedicated to promote sustainable development and stewardship of the Atlantic Ocean and develop campaigns and reach-outs to local communities, students, young people, and civil society. It will engage with decision makers as well as work with local media to conserve and protect the Atlantic Ocean for future generations.

In the development of online or local campaigns and events, Ambassadors will be supported by All-Atlantic research and innovation projects.

The All-Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors will take part in a Summer School in the Marine Institute, Galway, from 23 – 27 August 2019 where 20 Youth Ambassadors from 10 countries, including Ireland, will engage with political, social, economic and scientific leaders to develop the necessary skills to become actors for change in 2019 and beyond.

The first goal of the Ambassadors will be to campaign and drive change in their own communities.

Successful campaigns will be presented in early 2020 in Brussels at the All-Atlantic Forum.

The All-Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassador Programme is being developed under the framework of the Galway and Belém Statements to promote All-Atlantic research and innovation cooperation. The Summer School is supported by AORAC-SA and AANChOR. Participating project partners are responsible for the continuous coaching of the Youth Ambassadors, and for ensuring their full embeddedness with the activities of the All Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance.

For more information and to apply for what will be an amazing opportunity, click on:

Application – Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors Programme

Aug
26
Mon
National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI): Atlantic Youth Ambassadors Programme – Closing Date 25th July @ The Marine Institute
Aug 26 @ 9:00 am – Aug 30 @ 5:00 pm

The National Youth Council of Ireland is delighted to invite young people aged 18 – 30 years to apply to become one of two Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors for Ireland 2019 – 2020. This is a really exciting opportunity. Closing date for submissions is July 25th 2019.

The Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors is a new programme being piloted by the All Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance and the Marine Institute.

The Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors will be dedicated to promote sustainable development and stewardship of the Atlantic Ocean and develop campaigns and reach-outs to local communities, students, young people, and civil society. It will engage with decision makers as well as work with local media to conserve and protect the Atlantic Ocean for future generations.

In the development of online or local campaigns and events, Ambassadors will be supported by All-Atlantic research and innovation projects.

The All-Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors will take part in a Summer School in the Marine Institute, Galway, from 23 – 27 August 2019 where 20 Youth Ambassadors from 10 countries, including Ireland, will engage with political, social, economic and scientific leaders to develop the necessary skills to become actors for change in 2019 and beyond.

The first goal of the Ambassadors will be to campaign and drive change in their own communities.

Successful campaigns will be presented in early 2020 in Brussels at the All-Atlantic Forum.

The All-Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassador Programme is being developed under the framework of the Galway and Belém Statements to promote All-Atlantic research and innovation cooperation. The Summer School is supported by AORAC-SA and AANChOR. Participating project partners are responsible for the continuous coaching of the Youth Ambassadors, and for ensuring their full embeddedness with the activities of the All Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance.

For more information and to apply for what will be an amazing opportunity, click on:

Application – Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors Programme

Aug
27
Tue
National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI): Atlantic Youth Ambassadors Programme – Closing Date 25th July @ The Marine Institute
Aug 27 @ 9:00 am – Aug 31 @ 5:00 pm

The National Youth Council of Ireland is delighted to invite young people aged 18 – 30 years to apply to become one of two Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors for Ireland 2019 – 2020. This is a really exciting opportunity. Closing date for submissions is July 25th 2019.

The Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors is a new programme being piloted by the All Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance and the Marine Institute.

The Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors will be dedicated to promote sustainable development and stewardship of the Atlantic Ocean and develop campaigns and reach-outs to local communities, students, young people, and civil society. It will engage with decision makers as well as work with local media to conserve and protect the Atlantic Ocean for future generations.

In the development of online or local campaigns and events, Ambassadors will be supported by All-Atlantic research and innovation projects.

The All-Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors will take part in a Summer School in the Marine Institute, Galway, from 23 – 27 August 2019 where 20 Youth Ambassadors from 10 countries, including Ireland, will engage with political, social, economic and scientific leaders to develop the necessary skills to become actors for change in 2019 and beyond.

The first goal of the Ambassadors will be to campaign and drive change in their own communities.

Successful campaigns will be presented in early 2020 in Brussels at the All-Atlantic Forum.

The All-Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassador Programme is being developed under the framework of the Galway and Belém Statements to promote All-Atlantic research and innovation cooperation. The Summer School is supported by AORAC-SA and AANChOR. Participating project partners are responsible for the continuous coaching of the Youth Ambassadors, and for ensuring their full embeddedness with the activities of the All Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance.

For more information and to apply for what will be an amazing opportunity, click on:

Application – Atlantic Ocean Youth Ambassadors Programme