Please note if you have not registered for the first Dublin date on 8th February 2017 as advertised below, an additional date has been added on 14th February at the Aviva Stadium: Click here for link
**If you wish to make an application but have not previously registered on OSCAR the deadline is 5pm on Friday 10th February**
The Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport in partnership with Local Sports Partnerships is organising a series of workshops on How to make an application under the 2017 Sports Capital Programme. For information on the seminars and to make a booking click on the links in the table below.
Once you have made a booking you will receive a booking confirmation email and you should bring this with you to the event.
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The Sports Capital Programme (SCP) is operated by the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport and provides grants to assist in the development or refurbishment of sports facilities and the provision of sports equipment.
The Programme aims to foster an integrated and planned approach to developing sports and physical recreation facilities throughout the country. In particular, its stated objectives are to:
Grants are available to sports clubs, voluntary and community groups, national governing bodies of sport and local authorities. Third level colleges, Education and Training Boards (ETBs) and schools may only apply for funding jointly with sports clubs or organisations.
All applications must be made online at www.sportscapitalprogramme.ie
The deadline for applications is 5pm on Friday 24 February
If you have not previously registered, your organisation must register on the website first and your organisation must have a Tax Registration Number from the Revenue Commissioners to register. The deadline for registration is 5pm on Friday 10th February.
For more information on the Programme including a YouTube guide to application process and a sample application form visit www.sportscaitalprogramme.ie
This 1 day interactive workshop is for those who work or volunteer with young people. For details and how to register please see the poster below.
Fun and Exercise at Dun Laoghaire Operation Transformation Walk
Last Saturday, the 7th January, saw 280 people take part in the Operation Transformation walk around the Dun Laoghaire coast. Organised by the Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Sports Partnership this event was part of a National initiative to promote the message that walking is a fun way for people to get active as part of a healthier lifestyle.
Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross T.D. and the Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Patrick O’ Donovan T.D., announced today that €30m is being made available under the Sports Capital Programme to develop sports infrastructure around the country.
In this regard, online applications will be accepted from the 23rd January to the 24th February, 2017.
Clubs not previously registered on the Department’s online application system need to do so in advance of this date and the Ministers encouraged clubs to register now. The guide to making an application was also published on the Department’s Sports Capital Programme website today ( www.sportscapitalprogramme.ie ).