In a new initiative we will be launching an online webinar which will enable anyone with phone and/or internet access across Ireland to take part. There will also be a facility with this format for questions to be asked and answered by the facilitators. Our next webinar takes place on the:
Following on from the great day out in Jumpzone with our Family Social, here are two more dates for your diaries:
Ski Session @ Ski Club, Kiltiernan, Saturday 25th November @ 10.30-12.30pm €22.50 p/p
Fencing Class, Fencefit, Bosco's Youth Club, Drimnagh, Thursday 30th November @ 6.30-8.00pm €15 p/p
To register your interest send details to: email@example.com / call 01 874 8349
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