Gaelic 4 Girls 2016 was launched in Ulster on Thursday 25 February in St. Joseph’s College Coalisland. G4G is a 12 week programme incorporating coaching sessions with fun non-competitive blitzes aimed at increasing participation in Ladies Gaelic Football. The programme targets girls aged between 8-12 years who are not currently registered with a Ladies Gaelic […]
Mindset is a Mental & Emotional Health & Wellbeing Awareness programme for young people, 14–17 years and adults. The free courses are delivered across all Trust areas. Aims: raise awareness and increase knowledge and understanding of Mental and Emotional Health and Wellbeing raise awareness of signs and symptoms of mental ill health promote self-help/resilience techniques […]
For the first time ever Owen Roes Glenmornan are running a blood donation session on Monday 21st March 2016 @ 2-4pm and 5-8pm. The session will take place in Glenmornan Community Hall. For further information contact Mrs Gráinne Kelly, Health & Wellbeing Officer, Owen Roes Leckpatrick on 0(28) 7188 6200 or 07917 418089.
Down’s Maureen O’Higgins has made history as she has become the first lady to be elected to serve on the Ulster Council.
Fermanagh GAA will be offering a range of Health and Wellbeing Workshops in the coming months. Belcoo O’Rahilly’s Health & Wellbeing Programme Monday 7th March 2016 Concussion Awareness Workshop Belcoo Healthy Living Centre, 8pm sharp Vital for anyone and everyone who has any contact with players of any age group including the players themselves – […]
The impact of sugar on our health and wellbeing has been very well documented recently and it was the focus of the recent health day in St Nailes Kinawley. The primary schools pupils developed a wall display illustrating the sugar content in some of our favourite beverages! A very powerful piece of work and one […]
Ulster President Martin McAviney presented recently accredited clubs with their Club Maith certificates at a recent event in Ceannaras Uladh, Armagh.
Tyrone Key Stage 1 Coaches recently ran a number of Successful Christmas Activity Days to help enter the children and Teachers of Tyrone into the Christmas spirit.
Over 700 children from schools across Co. Down participated in Christmas Fun Days as part of the Curriculum Sports Programme.
Ulster Ladies Gaelic have announced the 2016 GAAStore PPS Ulster Schools All Star Team. This year we had 110 nominations for our All Star Trials and following Round One 60 girls were invited back for a second trial which took place on Wednesday 18 November. We were treated to some fantastic football, in terrible conditions, […]
Ulster GAA recently purchased a number of sports wheelchairs to assist the development of the Wheelchair Hurling initiative. There are currently four training hubs in Belfast, Craigavon, Enniskillen & Derry. The Ulster inter-provincial wheelchair hurling team, recently crowned 2015 National League champions, is made up of players selected from these hubs. From Monday 7th December […]
Ulster GAA, Ulster Camogie and Ulster Ladies Gaelic in conjunction with The Northern Ireland Anti-Bullying Forum (NIABF) and the Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU), called on all units of the Association to take part in Anti-Bullying Week between 16th and 22nd November 2015. This year’s theme for the campaign was “What Bullying Means to […]
To coincide with National Anti-bullying month, Strabane Sigerson’s Health and Wellbeing Committee initiated a poster competition in the local primary schools. Children were asked to create a poster explaining what bullying means to them.
Health and Wellbeing was the dominant theme at a highly successful information evening for Tyrone clubs at Garvaghey.
The Helplines Network NI members provide a variety of support services including information, advice, counselling and befriending. Many of the services take place over the phone, via email, text and in some cases, with live web-chat. The Helplines are run by public, voluntary and community organisations and are non-profit making. Download: – Helplines Network NI […]