Decentralisation, the education system, employment prospects, healthy living, Irish identity and youth mental health, were some of the many issues discussed by second level students at Limerick Comhairle na nÓg’s AGM held at the University of Limerick (UL) recently.
Limerick Youth Service (LYS) wishes to congratulate the thousands of students who received their Leaving Cert & Leaving Cert Applied results this past week and wish you all the very best in the future.
Limerick Youth Service (LYS) will be at this year’s Cappamore Show on Saturday, August 19th and are inviting you to stop by our Information Stand to hear first-hand about the many opportunities available with LYS.
There was gold medal success for Limerick Youth Service (LYS) at the national finals of Youth Work Ireland’s Youth Games held at the University Arena recently, with Fedamore Youth Club’s Arthur O’Donnell winning a highly competitive table tennis tournament.
Three young people from Limerick Youth Service (LYS) had the experience of a lifetime recently as they visited the world famous Straight Blast Gym, home of the one & only ‘Notorious’ Conor McGregor.
Youth Café open days, a showcase at the Community Training Centre and web safety workshops are just some of the many events that Limerick Youth Service will deliver as part of this year’s Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival.
With the Rugby World Cup in full swing and Ireland progressing nicely would you like to cheer on the boys in green in this October’s final at Twickenham!
Limerick Youth Service & Youth Work Ireland are teaming up to offer you the opportunity of a rugby lifetime-an all expenses trip the Rugby World Cup Final!
Our amazing prize includes:
Two category A tickets to Rugby World Cup Fi
Frankie Daly, Youth worker with Ballynanty Garda Youth Diversion Project talks about youth work in the Northside of Limerick and how he as a young person was influenced to get involved in youth work as a career.
Press Release: Limerick Youth Service
Class at Easter for West Limerick Youth.
Over 100 sixth class students returned to school during their Easter holidays, as they participated in Limerick Youth Service’s Primary School Transition Programmes.
Transition Programmes offer sixth class students a great opportunity to get a feel of what secondary school is going to be like.