Young people (16-21yrs) who would like to pursue a career in the digital arts, baking or catering industries, work with children, start on the road to being a carpenter or learn new skills that will change their lives, are invited to apply for number of courses at Limerick Youth Service (LYS).
There were joyous and emotional scenes at Limerick Youth Service (LYS) this past week as students received their Leaving Cert Applied (LCA) results.
The students, who studied the two year LCA programme at LYS’ Community Training Centre, saw their hard work rewarded with excellent results.
Bakery trainees from Limerick Youth Service (LYS) enjoyed great success at the recent Alliance of Bakery Students & Trainees (ABST) Annual Conference held in Alton Towers, England.
The young people, who are trainees with LYS’ famous Bakery Skills Course, joined their peers from across the globe at what is one of the most prestigious events in the baking industry.
Limerick Comhairle na nÓg have partnered with Limerick City & County Council and Healthy Limerick to promote Not Around Us, a new campaign to discourage smokers and vapers from lighting up or vaping around others.
As millions of people across the European Union prepare to go the polls this Friday, Limerick Youth Service is challenging young people who ‘give a shXt to give a vote!’
The right to vote is the cornerstone of democracy and on May 4th the people of Limerick will vote in the Local and European elections, a proposal to amend the Constitution of Ireland (Divorce Referendum) and decide on w
Youth and community clubs/groups in East and South Limerick who would like to develop youth led activities/programmes, are invited to apply for funding from the BOLD YouthBank.
BOLD-(Bank of Life-changing Dosh) YouthBank is run by Transition Year students at Scoil Na Tríonóide Naofa, Doon in partnership with Limerick Youth Service.
Liz Byrnes and Mícheál Hilliard, trainees with Limerick Youth Service’s Bakery Project, were crowned Limerick’s new ‘Lob the Cob’ champions at the regional finals held at the People’s Park, Limerick this past week.
In a highly competitive tournament, Liz’s throw of 13.
Emotional. Eye-opening. Educational. These just some of the superlatives used to describe Stand Up and Teatime with Tom, two powerful performances from Limerick Youth Service (LYS) and the Limerick Youth Theatre that wowed a packed auditorium at the Belltable Arts Centre recently.
Written by and starring members of LYS’ Diversity & Youth Group (D.A.
An information and training workshop on the new European Solidarity Corps will take place at the Northside Youth Space, Ballynanty, Limerick on Tuesday, May 21st from 10am-1pm.
Delivered by Leargas, the workshop is suitable for youth and community organisations, schools and sports groups who would like to know more about the European Solidary Corps programme.
Ahead of the this month’s European Union (EU) parliamentary elections Limerick Youth Service will host an EU Information session for young people at Lava Javas Youth Café, Lr. Glentworth St, Limerick on Friday, May 17th (5-7pm).