The Factory Southside Youth Space

The Factory; Southside Youth Space caters for people from the ages of 10 to 21 and enables them to spend their free time in a range of activities ranging from creative arts, sports and education pursuits.

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Our aim is for social inclusion of young people through personal, social, sporting and recreational programmes.

Facilities include:

  • two indoor pitches which can be used for soccer, badminton, basketball, hockey, handball or any sport you like!
  • A fully equipped dance studio and audio visual room
  • Gym
  • Bike Project
  • meeting rooms for training or one to ones
  • Music recording studio & band rehearsal space with music equipment available to hire

Everything can rented out to any youth group, school or community organisation

Contact

Robert Graham, Manager

Marie Behan, Administrator

The Factory: Southside Youthspace, Galvone Business Park, Limerick

Email: thefactory@limerickyouthservice.com  Tel: 061-422385

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We engage with young people (10-16yrs) in promoting civic, educational, personal and social development.

Programmes:

  • After schools clubs
  • Civic awareness/responsibility
  • Healthy Eating
  • Mother & Daughter group (Tuesday)
  • Parent support group ((Monday)
  • Swimming

Opening times

Monday to Friday, 9:00-17:00 (office hours). Although the project is open during office hours, many of our services, groups and programmes are run outside standard office hours.

Contact

Ann Cronin:  Youth Worker; Email: annc@limerickyouthservice.com

Tracey Lawlor:  Youth Worker; traceyl@limerickyouthservice.com

Tel: 061-422385

Laff Caff Youth Café

Our Youth Café is a safe, dedicated, quality, drug and alcohol free meeting space for young people ranging in age from 14 to 21 years. The Youth Café is set up by young people for young people, with adult support.

Young people are involved in the planning, researching, decision-making, fundraising and running of the café. This empowerment of young people gives them responsibility and creates a sense of ownership and commitment to the space. These are the aspects that make a youth café so unique.

Contact

Frances Campbell, Youth Worker.

francesc@limerickyouthservice.com or Tel: 061-422385

Contact Information

Limerick Youth Service
5 Lower Glentworth Street
Limerick, Rep. of Ireland

Office Hours:
9.00am - 5.00pm Monday to Friday

Telephone: +353 (0)61 412 444
Fax: +353 (0)61 412 795
email: lys@limerickyouthservice.com


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