Magicians, rappers and a demonstration from the University of Limerick’s Science Dept await young people (10yrs+) at Castletroy Youth Club’s free Fun Day in Lisnagry on Monday, July 16th (10am-1pm).
Orienteering, kayaking, rock climbing, archery and abseiling- it has been a busy start to the summer for young people in Castleconnell.
The teenagers, who are members of Limerick Youth Service’s Castleconnell youth groups, have also enjoyed a trip to Kilkee, football at The Factory Southside Youth Space and an overnight in Kippure, Co. Wicklow.
Limerick Youth Service (LYS) & GOSHH will host Limerick’s only Pride Youth Party at Lava Javas Youth Cafe, Lr Glentworth St, Limerick on Friday, July 6th (5:30-9pm).
A celebration of the LGBT+ youth community, this year’s Pride Youth Party is open to all young people, regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation or race are invited.
Lob the Cob World Champion and Best Swiss Roll were two of the many accolades achieved by young people from Limerick Youth Service (LYS) at the Alliance of Bakery Students & Trainees (ABST) Conference held at Alton Towers, England recently.
Young people with Limerick Youth Service (LYS) marked Limerick Smarter Travel’s Bike Week by holding two ‘Repair Your Rothar’ workshops and cycling through Ballyhoura Bike Trail.
One boy ignores his friend’s warnings about why he needs to stop smoking. Will he quit after a nightmare that predicts his future?
That is the question asked in A Smoker’s Nightmare, a thought provoking short film made by teenage boys from Limerick Youth Service.
As part of the National Bike Week cycling festival, Limerick Youth Service (LYS) will hold two bike repair workshops at The Factory Southside Youth Space and the Northside Youth Space on Monday, June 11th and Thursday, June 14th respectively.
There was joyous scenes at the Southside Youth Space recently as eight young people who took part in a bike programme with Limerick Youth Service (LYS), received their Certificates of Achievement from the Metropolitan Mayor, Cllr. Seán Lynch.
Students with Limerick Youth Service (LYS) presented a cheque for €450 to Milford Care Centre recently after holding a fundraising coffee morning for the Castletroy based facility.
The young people, who are studying their Leaving Cert Applied (LCA) at LYS’ Community Training Centre, Limerick, held the coffee morning at as part of a communications and vocational preparation module.
Liz Byrnes and Jordan Walsh, 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 recently.