Strabane Sigersons GAA and Strabane Neighbourhood Health Improvement Project have joined forces to promote a ‘Care in the Sun’ message to all GAA players, supporters and their families this summer.
Ulster GAA are delighted to support the Ulster Farmers Union during Farm Safety week and beyond. Farm Safety Week 2015 brings five days of themed practical advice and guidance for farmers to drive up health and safety standards on farms.
Ulster GAA and Cancer Focus Northern Ireland have once again joined forces to promote a ‘Care in the Sun’ message to all GAA players, mentors and fans this summer.
“Men need to face up to health issues. We have no difficulty with things like sport or getting our cars fixed but yet when it comes to health, men seem to have an issue with getting themselves checked out. Men need to face up to the fact that bad health is a possibility but that […]
Members of Omagh St Enda’s have been improving their first aid skills, thanks to a training evening at the club, delivered by Jock Magowan of the Red Cross. The successful first aid/defib training course attracted a large number of people, all of whom felt they benefitted significantly from the event. The club’s Health and Wellbeing […]
Ulster GAA, the Irish Football Association and IRFU Ulster Branch hosted a very informative volunteer forum on Monday 15th June entitled ‘Healthy Clubs – Healthy Communities’.
For GAA patrons attending the Armagh v Donegal championship match on Sunday 14th June, the action on the pitch wasn’t the only thing to grab their attention. The Senior Football match was preceded by a balloon release to mark World Blood Donor Day, and to launch the Ulster GAA’s ‘Blood Sub’ campaign.
Ulster GAA, the Irish Football Association and IRFU Ulster Branch are pleased to host a health and wellbeing themed Volunteer Forum on Monday 15th June 2015, at the Ramada Hotel, Shawsbridge, Belfast.
The Greencastle St Patrick’s club in Co. Tyrone recently hosted their annual vintage show – an excellent event which attracts a large crowd from the local community and beyond. As part of the event, health checks were offered to more senior members of the community, with 76 people taking up the offer. The health checks […]
Ulster GAA’s Live to Play ‘Film the Fun’ programme was recognised by Environment Minister Mark Durkan at the Road Safety Grants Finale which took place recently.
St. Dallan’s Primary School, Warrenpoint combined with Cumann Pheadair Naofa CLG, as part of the Club / School Link, hosted their annual GAA Health & Wellbeing Day for Primary 7 pupils on Friday 27 March 2015. The fun packed day got off to a great start with interactive seminars on health and sport in the […]
Ulster GAA, supported by Subway, have launched a new campaign aimed at educating young people on how to look after themselves off the pitch.
Augher GAA have embarked on a Community Garden Initiative, encouraging healthy living of all members and the wider community. Both playing and non playing members, youth and adult have been offered a chance to get involved in growing fruit, vegetables and flowers in an initiative which will not only encourage physical activity but support the […]
A host of the country’s leading GAA personalities and health experts will contribute to the Association’s second national Health and Wellbeing Conference in Croke Park on Saturday, March 21. The free event, themed ‘Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds, Healthy Clubs’, is designed to support, educate, and invigorate the GAA volunteers who are driving this important work […]
The Public Health Agency has provided funding to Ulster GAA which will ensure that each GAA unit in the Province has a dedicated space in each club to promote Health and Wellbeing. Each Club is to receive a health display board and card unit which will ensure that there is a go-to area in Clubs […]