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Queens of the Island Field

A group of teenage girls from King’s Island have teamed up with the Moyross Community Drama Group and The Gaff to write and star in Queens of the Island Field, a play that offers two very different perspectives on life St. Mary’s Parish, Limerick.

Queens of the Island Field is the result of a partnership between Limerick Youth Service, St.

Start your Catering Career with LYS

Limerick Youth Service has a limited number of spaces available on our Catering Course for young people who are interested in career in one of Ireland’s leading industries.

The course is open to young people (16-21yrs) and provides trainees with a balanced mix of practical and academic skills needed to work in a fast paced catering environment.

Like to Start a Career in Childcare?

Our famous Community Training Centre in the heard of Limerick

Young people (16-21yrs) who would like to pursue a career in the Childcare sector are invited to apply for an Early Childcare Education & Care Course at Limerick Youth Service (LYS).

The Early Childhood Education & Care Support Course is a two year QQI Level 4 course that equips learners with the skills necessary to pursue a career and further study in the childcare profession.

LYS Christmas Fair 2017

LYS Catering team with special guest, Santa Claus at our Christmas Fair

With the festive period fast approaching and thoughts turning to last minute gifts, a trip to Limerick Youth Service’s annual Christmas Fair on Thursday, December 7th from 10am-2pm may be just what you need.

Voter Registration Open

Reg to Vote

With the possibility of a General Election never far away and an important referendum due in 2018, Limerick Youth Service is encouraging young people to make sure they are registered to vote.

Casting your vote is a cornerstone of any democracy and young people who wish to have their voice heard are encouraged to register to vote.

Youth Councils Calls for New Members

‘The points race.’ Anxiety. Friendship. Jobs. Education. Integration. Cyberbullying. SnapChat. How do I become Taoiseach? Leadership. Our Futures.

Children’s Ombudsman to Visit LYS

Limerick Youth Service is delighted to announce that the Ombudsman for Children, Dr. Niall Muldoon, will visit Limerick on Wednesday next, November 8th at 1pm.

The visit will give young people an opportunity to speak with the Ombudsman about issues that are relevant to them such as access to education, youth homelessness or mental health.

As part of his visit, Dr.

Rathkeale Youth Raise Funds for Temple St

As part of the recent Limerick Mental Health Awareness Week, young people at Rathkeale Youth Space hosted a positive youth mental health day and raised much needed funds for Temple St Hospital.

Role of SHAM for your Mental Health

The importance of space in supporting a young person’s mental health was the key theme of a youth exchange programme run by Limerick Youth Service and their Maltese counterparts, Aġenzija Żgħażagħ.

Teens Say YURT for Mental Health

A social media campaign called #MHYURT, a family fun day and an art exhibition are just some of the youth led activities that will take place for this year’s Limerick Mental Health Week which runs from Friday, October 6-13th.

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