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.
A small number of spaces have become available for Ulster’s Healthy Club Roadshow in Ulster University, Jordanstown this Saturday 1st April, from 10am – 2pm.
Ulster GAA’s Live To Play Primary School “Oscars” opens today, Friday 3rd March, for all Primary Schools in Ulster.
Moortown St Malachy’s event helps to deliver road safety message to all road users.
The Ulster Health Committee combined their quarterly meeting with an orientation and update day for the Ulster “Healthy Clubs”at a recent event held at the Garvaghey Centre in Tyrone.
Strabane Sigersons Health and Wellbeing Committee have joined forces with other local groups to get behind this year’s Darkness into Light fundraiser.
St Dallan’s Primary School in Warrenpoint, combined with Cumann Pheadair Naofa, as part of the Club/School Link, hosted their annual GAA Health and Wellbeing Day for Primary 7 pupils on Friday April 15th 2016.
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.
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 […]
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.
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The Tyrone Health and Wellbeing Committee is organising a coach trip to Dublin and a tour of the Croke Park stadium as its latest social initiative. The outing, which is being supported by the Red Cross, is available to those aged 60 or over, male and female, and is aimed at providing those participating with […]