Nine young people who successfully completed a Limerick Youth Service Junior Leadership Programme were presented with their Certificates of Achievement by Judge Eugene O’Kelly at Limerick Courthouse recently.
Caherdavin Youth Club are inviting parents in Caherdavin and the surrounding areas who have young people in second level and would like to see them join a Youth Club to attend to a registration evening this Friday, September 20th at the Community Centre, Caherdavin from 7:30.
Limerick Youth Service is delighted to announce that twelve volunteers have been nominated for this year’s Youth Work Ireland Volunteer Achievement Awards.
The awards, which will be held at Youth Work Ireland’s National Office, Dublin on Saturday, October 12th, recognise the invaluable contribution that volunteers have and continue to give to young people across the country.
After its summer holidays Limerick city’s premier Youth Café, Lava Javas, has reopened its doors to the young people of midwest.
Located at 5 Lower Glentworth St, Lava Javas has grown to become a focal point of youth culture in Limerick city.
With a coffee bar, pool table, dance floor and comfy sofas galore, there is something for everyone at Limerick’s first Youth Café.
Are you between 16 and 35 years? Would you like to take part in a 9 month programme that offers a diverse range of educational and employment opportunities? If you have answered yes to the above or simply paused to think, then read on!
Facilitated by Limerick Youth Service, Abbey Youth Local Training Initiative is a 36 week programme that is designed to provide opportunities for marginalise
Members of Limerick Youth Service were among 700 young people from 62 countries who attended an International Youth Summit at the ‘Artek’ International Children’s Centre in the Crimea region of the Ukraine recently.
Limerick Youth Service was delighted to host young people from France as part of YELL la Fievere (YELL fever). The week saw young people from various parts of Limerick city & county spend time with their French peers where they discussed citizenship, the cultural differences between growing up in France & Ireland and much more.
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The countdown is on to this year’s Ger McDonnell Memorial Cycle with the green flag waving cyclists off this Saturday, July 27th at Kilcornan Community Centre at 9:30am and the chequered flag awaiting cyclists 112KM later in Doolin, Co. Clare.
The countdown is on to this year’s Ger McDonnell Memorial Cycle. Please see the video below for a preview of the course. Start time is 9:30am in Kilcornan Community Hall, Co. Limerick. The cycle will finish 112KM later in Doolin, Co. Clare.
Limerick Youth Service enjoyed success on the football field recently as they won the inaugural Electric Aid Suicide and Prevention Awareness Munster Cup.
Held at the Glen Resource Centre, Cork city, the tournament brought together twelve diverse teams with immigrant and homeless groups to taking to the pitch with young adults.