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It’s January and what better way to kick those January blues into touch than giving someting new a go! As part of our “GIVE IT A GO” campaign, We’ll be highlighting clubs, initiatives, facilities and local businesses that can help you to try some new activities in 2024! Also, for all clubs and businesses, if...
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The launch of the newly updated SportsAbility Groups in DLR booklet took place on the 3rd December 2023, International Day for People with a Disability. The booklet compiled by Dún Laoghaire Rathdown Sports Partnerships holds information on the clubs in our County that are inclusive for people with a disability, such as; what disability is...
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Applications are invited for the following position: Faculty of Education & Health Sciences Department of Physical Education & Sport Science Post Doctoral Researcher (Level 1) in Physical Activity for Health – Specific Purpose Contract Salary Scales: €42,783 – €49,177 p.a. pro rata (maximum starting salary €45,322 p.a. pro rata) Further information for applicants and application...
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• Nominations open from 13th November – 18th December 2023 • Supported by the National Network of 29 Local Sports Partnerships • To nominate volunteers visit www.volunteersinsport.ie #dedicatedtothededicated November 13th , The Federation of Irish Sport today announced the launch of the 2023 Volunteers in Sports Awards, a highly anticipated event set to recognise the...
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Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council is currently preparing the 2024-2028 Local Sports & Physical Activity Plan, setting out a strategic vision and high-level objectives for being active in the county. As part of this process, they are inviting the public to submit their views and opinions on the current provision of sport and physical activity...
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Over 700 events and activities to help keep people active and fit over the Winter Months Series of events and activities are planned by National Governing Bodies, Locals Sports Partnerships and clubs all over Ireland Minister of State for Sport and Physical Education, Thomas Byrne TD, urges people of all ages and backgrounds to take...
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An Cathaoirleach, Councillor Denis O’Callaghan visited Loreto Park in Rathfarnham today to officially launch the latest Active Cities Dublin project, “Map My Park”, funded by Active Cities Dublin and Healthy Ireland. This project has been driven by the Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Sports Partnership team and is an example of their aim to support all ages and...
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Get Ireland Active is Ireland’s most comprehensive activity, sport and recreation website. Get Ireland Active is the first project of its kind in Ireland including every type of activity, recreational, and sporting facility. The database was formally launched at the Sport Ireland campus today by Minister of State for Sport and Physical Education, Thomas Byrne...
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