Healthy Clubs Roadshow gives valuable insight to well-being initiatives

April 5th, 2017 | Health & Wellness, News

The Ulster leg of the GAA Healthy Clubs Roadshow was held on Saturday April 1st  with a capacity crowd turning out at Ulster University Jordanstown for the event.

Attendees gained a valuable insight into initiatives which they can implement in their club in order to promote health and well-being to its members, and wider community.

Roadshow Ambassadors Mickey Harte, Micheal Fennelly, Anna Geary, and Philly McMahon gave testimony to the way in which the GAA has enriched their lives, and how this can be replicated across all GAA clubs.

Clubs should visit the Ulster GAA Health and Wellbeing microsite for ideas of how they can get involved – http://ulster.gaa.ie/health/

Pictured are representatives of Ulster’s Health and Wellbeing Committee , and National Health & Wellbeing Committee with Roadshow Ambassadors at the Ulster Healthy Club Roadshow.

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