4. Public Service Announcements, Training and Upcoming Local Events
Red Cross Nenagh Open Night
We wish to invite you to Nenagh Red Cross Open night on the 20th of September in Nenagh Pastoral Centre from 7-9 pm.
All are welcome on the night.
The night will include information from the Red Cross First Aid Unit, Health and Social Unit and indeed Youth Sector.
Drop in for information on becoming a member, Courses and or indeed volunteering.
First aid demonstrations as well as hand care demonstrations will be taking place on the night .
Please do not hesitate to contact us for more information.
The Communities Creating Jobs Board of Directors wish to promote the sale of this book in every County.
The book explores the potential of a bottom up regeneration strategy that creates new enterprises in local communities. A small task group of 6-8 people with a good knowledge of local assets and opportunities can complete an audit and report. The report highlights how 10 jobs can be created in urban and rural, large and small, disadvantaged and resourced on mountainside and seaside, in old and new communities throughout the county.
Every community organisation, support agency, and third level institution are encouraged to read the book which includes interesting case study material on how local resources are used to create new jobs, services and facilities.
How to Purchase:
Book is available for €20 by emailing Senan: email@example.com
Click the link to check if the book is available near you: Click here:
Dormant Account Action Plan
Health Ministers welcome the approval of the 2018 Dormant Accounts Action Plan – €6.466m for health-related projects
Calling All Public Participation Networks And Environmentalists
A license has been granted to BioAtlantis Ltd to mechanically harvest 1860 acres of native kelp from Bantry Bay, Cork. Niamh O’Donoghue is conducting research on this topic for my Masters dissertation in Coastal and Marine Management in UCC.
The license has sparked conflict as seaweed harvesting in Ireland has traditionally been hand harvested, and this will be the largest industrial scale native kelp extraction license ever issued in Irish or British waters.
Conversely, harvesting the kelp would enable compounds to be extracted for use as a substitute for antibiotics in the pig and poultry industry, and could promote further development of Ireland’s seaweed sector.
She would love to hear your perspective on this matter. She attached a very short survey link attached to her email, which seeks to capture the views of stakeholders and individuals, whether they are aware of this matter or not. All results will remain anonymous with no link to your identity and it takes less than 4 minutes to complete.
For further information or questions contact Niamh on email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public Service Announcements, Training and Upcoming Local Events
Tipperary Mini Marathon 30th September 2018
Tipperary’s women 10k mini marathon takes place on Sunday the 30th of September at 11:00 am Thurles. Closing date for entry is Monday the 24th of September 2018.
For further information please contact Tipperary sports partnership 076 1066 201 for Clonmel office or 076 106 5000 for Nenagh Office
Advocacy In Action Event 2018
The North Tipperary LEADER Partnership Advocacy service is organizing a series of talks over the period, 3rd – 5th October 2018, on a range of Special Needs.
For more information and to book a place contact North Tipperary LEADER Partnership on 0504 90579 or email: email@example.com.
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E.U. INTERFACE Project Information Event And Workshop
Tipperary County Council will host an E.U. “INTERFACE” (Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Fragile Communities in Europe) project information event/ workshop for communities in Co. Tipperary on Monday 24th September in the Horse Museum, Fethard from 9:30 am to 1:00 pm.
Participants will learn about the “INTERFACE” project and community social enterprise, hear from the perspective of a community initiative and get an opportunity to participate in a facilitated workshop on “Fragile Communities”.
RSVP to Angela Sheehan, Tipperary County Council on 0761 06 5000 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Places on this workshop are limited to 30 people due to the size of the venue, so it will be operated on a first come, first served basis.
Refresh Thurles event in Cabragh Wetlands
18th September 2018.
Public Meeting to Launch Fusion Map of Invasive Species (5 selected) in Thurles area Please join us in Cabragh Wetlands Visitor Centre, Cabragh, Thurles for the launch of this project. The project will be led by Ciarán O’Sullivan a student of Environmental Studies at LIT Thurles. The project details will be presented on September 18th at 7.30pm in Cabragh Wetlands Visitor Centre.
There will also be a Q & A session after the presentation.
In brief, Ciarán has created a fusion map using some Google technology and this will enable citizens to upload details of any local occurrences of specific invasive species.
This citizen science project is in respect of five particularly concerning invasive species, namely (see links for more info):
Members of the public, farmers, angling groups, gardeners, auctioneers – indeed many different sectors may have insights to provide for this project.
The project is part of the 2018/2019 work programme of Refresh Thurles Tidy Towns Group.
For queries please contact Refresh Thurles via Facebook, Email Refreshthurles@gmail.com or Ciarán O’Sullivan 087 098 5628
Looking forward to seeing you in Cabragh Visitor Centre on September 18th at 7.30pm.
South Tipperary Positive Mental Health Festival 2018
To coincide with World Mental Health Day on Wednesday 10th October, members of the South Tipperary Action Network (STAN) are organizing a Positive Mental Health Festival from Friday 5th – Saturday 13th October.
The aim of the festival is to celebrate positive mental health. This year’s theme is ‘the young and young at heart’ It also aims to increase information/awareness around mental health and the organisations/supports in South Tipperary.
This is a call out to all individuals, groups or organisations to take part in the South Tipperary Positive Mental Health Festival by promoting and sharing an event you have already planned or by organizing an event during 5th – 13th October 2018 in the festival brochure.
You interested in being part of the festival but are not planning an event? You can volunteer to join the festival team and get involved.
See Facebook: South Tipperary Positive Mental Health Festival
The festival launch date is Thursday, September 20th 2018 at 11.00am in the Morton Street Day Centre, Clonmel
So here is a list of what you need to email us for the events brochure
Title of event:
Description of event: no more than 60 words to include:
Cost of event: (or state “Free” or “Closed event”)
Booking details for public
Website address/Facebook etc of organisation
Location of event – name and address
One good quality image of your venue or event or an appropriate image
Logo of your organization
Please send the above information to DeirdreM.Barry@hse.ie or phone 087-1212435 for enquires.
The Fulbright Awards 2019-2020 Applications Are Now Open
The Fulbright Commission and the Environmental Protection Agency are offering a unique opportunity for an Irish postgraduate student or scholar in the field to travel to the U.S. to study or research in the areas of water, climate, and sustainability.
The application deadline is 16:00 on the 6th November 2018.
Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP) Course
A 6 week Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP) course will commence on Thursday 20th September from 7 to 9 pm in ETB, Ormond Centre, Prior Park, Clonmel.
For more information please contact Kaye Fripps (RPN), Gillian Crowe (CNS) or Deidre Barry (Social worker) on 052 617 3495 or email: email@example.com
Marathon Music Day In Aid Of Cuan Saor Women’s Refuge Clonmel
Feile na n’Ull – The Apple Festival
The 3rd annual Apple Festival and Community Fair takes place in the ecovillage at Cloughjordan on Saturday from at 11am Saturday.
Sustainable Communities, celebrates the yield of apples, those that tend to the trees, who work the land and those who create delicious food.
The day features a number of talks, workshops and activities that are open to the public.
Highlights include delicious local food stalls, an apple baking contest, tours around the ecovillage, its orchards of heritage apples and a Heritage Day highlighting working animals and seed saving on the community farm. For more information check out thevillage.ie
Tipperary Comhairle Na Óg AGM
Tipperary Comhairle Na Óg AGM 2018 will take place on Thursday 25th October in
The Dome, Thurles, Co. Tipperary
Tipperary Comhairle is open to all young people up to 18, representing secondary schools and youth groups in County Tipperary.
“Giving youth a voice”
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Clonmel Applefest will take place in Clonmel from the 28th -30th of September.
To celebrate Clonmel’s unique sense of place, this special combination of land, water and food that gave the town its name – “Cluain Meala”, or “The Vale of Honey” and its unique mix of industrial, agricultural activities and heritage – the Quaker mills, the cider making, the cheese and butter traditions, but most of all, the apple growing and eating in all its forms! There is something for everyone, so let’s celebrate and enjoy the place.