Bagenalstown Activity Hub Sub-Committee Recruitment

Bagenalstown Activity Hub Sub-Committee Recruitment

Carlow Sports Partnership are seeking expressions of interest from members of the Bagenalstown community and surrounding areas to join the Bagenalstown Activity Hub Sub-Committee.

Background

The key aims of the Bagenalstown Activity Hub are to ensure that local resources are used to best effect. With the vision of creating long-term sustainability and a legacy from 5-year hub dormant account funding via Sport Ireland. The hub will operate within the existing structures of Carlow Sports Partnership. The Activity Hub objectives are to provide:

  • Funding
  • Information
  • Support
  • Training
  • Programmes

 

Duties

The remit of the proposed subcommittee will be to oversee the development of the Activity Hub plan. To support the Hub Coordinator in promoting and developing an Activity Hub for the community and Municipal District and to increase levels of participation in sport and physical activity through existing community groups, schools, clubs, and organisations in and around Bagenalstown.

 

The sub-committee will aim to bring Bagenalstown representatives together and draw on their individual expertise, independence, and diversity in line with the objectives of the Community Sports & Physical Activity Hub.

The subcommittee will meet once a month online or in person where possible. The agenda will be set prior to each meeting and sent to the subcommittee. Please note that no meeting will take place in July & August.

Structure

The Bagenalstown Activity Hub subcommittee will be overseen by the current Bagenalstown Steering Group which comprise of the following members: John Murphy, Paddy Gardiner, Colin Rea, Keara O’ Dea & Carol Clarke. Furthermore, Carol Clarke will act as a representative from the main steering group and will sit on the Hub subcommittee.

On a wide range of sports and physical activities to make it easier for people to get involved and engage in a more active and healthier lifestyle in Bagenalstown.

Application

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Bagenalstown Activity Hub, please complete the Expression of Interest form.

Please note that the closing date for the receipt of expressions of interest is Friday 28th January 2022. Applications received after this date will not be considered.

If you have any queries or require further information, contact Majella Fennelly on 087 9185466 or via mfennelly@carlowcoco.ie

Expression of Interest 2022 Bagenalstown Activity Hub Subcommittee

Expression of Interest form Bagenalstown Activity Hub Subcommittee

Expression of Interest 2022 Bagenalstown Activity Hub Subcommittee

Expression of Interest form Bagenalstown Activity Hub Subcommittee

 


Invitation for Clubs, Groups and Organisations to a Public Meeting in Tullow

 

A Public Information Workshop

 will be held on

Wednesday 10th November at 7.30pm

in Murphy Memorial Hall, Tullow.

 

The purpose of this meeting is to discuss preparing a Dormant Accounts Fund application, to secure the potential of 5 years funding for a Community Sports & Physical Activity Hub in Tullow, Co. Carlow.

This is a Hub where the community is at the heart and is centred around community participation. Includes developing and strengthening linkages between the community, sports clubs, and other physical activity groups.

This is a Hub that will maximises sports facility usage through linkages with the local schools, create training opportunities and the Hub will focus on the development of the outdoor spaces.

 

 Vision and Mission of the Community Sports and Physical Activity Hubs:

 

Vision: The vision of a Hub is to increase the number of people of all ages participating in sport and physical activity in their communities.

Mission: The mission of the Community Sports and Physical Activity Hub is to bring local people together and provide a home for local clubs and sports organisations.

For questions or queries email: mfennelly@carlowcoco.ie


Learn to Cycle Camp - Bagenalstown

Learn to Cycle Camp - Bagenalstown

Get cycling this summer.  We have a learn to cycle for 5-7 years in Bagenalstown.

Own Bike and helmet is essential.  Each child participating must have a parent/guardian stay onsite for the duration of the camp.

Venue: Queen of the Universe NS

Date: 21st, 22nd & 23rd July

Cost: €15 per child

Learn to cycle: 5-7years – 11am-12.30pm

Bookings only through Eventbrite at the following link:

https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/learn-to-cycle-bagenalstown-tickets-160752130951

For more information contact Teresa on tomeara@carlowcoco.ie or Deborah on deborahfoley@carlowcoco.ie


Learn to Cycle

Learn to Cycle Camp

Get cycling this summer.  We have a learn to cycle for 5-7 years and a beginners/improvers for 8-13 years.

Own Bike and helmet is essential.  Each child participating must have a parent/guardian stay onsite for the duration of the camp.

Venue: Carlow College, St.Patricks

Date: 14th,15th & 16th July

Cost: €15 per child

Learn to cycle: 5-7years – 11am-12.30pm

Beginners/Improvers: 8-13years – 1.00pm-2.00pm

Bookings only through Eventbrite at the following link:

https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/learn-to-cycle-tickets-155806231633

For more information contact Teresa on tomeara@carlowcoco.ie or Deborah on deborahfoley@carlowcoco.ie


Inclusive Basketball Camp

Inclusive Basketball Camp
We are delighted to offer Carlows first Inclusive Basketball Camp in conjunction with Camp of Champions Basketball Development
Tyndall College, Carlow
July 26th - July 30th
Juniors aged 7-12 - 9.30am-12.30pm
Seniors aged 13-17 - 1.30pm-4.30pm
Please contact Teresa on tomeara@carlowcoco.ie for booking links

AUTISM IN SPORT Online Workshop

AUTISM IN SPORT Online Workshop
This online workshop will provide attendees with an understanding of Autism focusing on the delivery of sport.
It will help participants to recognize and understand key areas of difference as well as looking at practical strategies which will help to include people with autism in sport sessions.
Suitable for Sports leaders, coaches, volunteers, teachers, principals, special needs assistants (SNAs), parents or anyone who has an interest in making their sport accessible and inclusive for people with Autism.
📅Wednesday May 26th
⏰7.00pm - 10.00pm
💶€10
📍ONLINE
📧For more information contact Teresa on tomeara@carlowcoco.ie

200 inclusive sports packs delivered to County Carlow schools.

For the second year we are missing out on our Inclusive Easter camp.
So we have adapted it and come up with an alternative.
We have delivered 200 sports packs to 14 schools in the county of Carlow.
The packs contain a football, hula hoop, velcro hand and ball catcher, sensory floating scarf, egg shaped fidget ball, a skipping rope and bubbles.
We will be sharing some exercises and activities to do at home over the Easter holidays.

Couch to K's Inclusive Programme.

 

CARLOW SPORTS PARTNERSHIP DELIVERS WALKING PACKS & PROGRAMME

TO PROMOTE SAFE OUTDOOR EXERCISE

 

The first 100 of our walking packs have been delivered yesterday with the help of Carlow Community Gardai - Garda Essmay & Garda Frank.

The packs were delivered to 5 adult disability organisations in County Carlow -Delta Centre Carlow, NLN/Rehab Care Carlow, Skillbase Carlow, Cairdeas Centre Tullow & BEAM Bagenalstown.

 Each walking pack contains:

  • Hi Vis Top
  • Hi Vis Armband
  • Bobble Hat
  • Pouch for keys and phone
  • Pedometer
  • Head light
  • Drawstring bag

Each participating centre are on a ‘whats app group’ with local Carlow instructor Joe Dunny and will complete the inclusive programme "Couch 2 Ks" while adhering to government guidelines regarding Covid19.


Inclusive Kelloggs Cul Camp.

Carlow Sports Partnership are delighted to announce for the second year to be supporting Carlow GAA with the Kelloggs Inclusive Cul Camp.

Netwatch Cullen Park

August 17th - August 21st

We have two options available:

For more information or any questions please contact Teresa on tomeara@carlowcoco.ie