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DLRCOCOCelebration of Volunteering 2015

Do you know someone who selflessly volunteers their time to help their community, group or club and think they should be recognised for their efforts?

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council is now inviting nominations to honour those whose exceptional efforts as volunteers have made a difference in their community. Those nominated will be invited to a special event hosted by An Cathaoirleach Cllr. Marie Baker in April 2015.

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dlrsp-best logo with straplineStart an Active & Healthy 2015


If you are looking for something to get you on the road to a healthy and active 2015, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Sports Partnership have a few ideas for you. As part of our aim to encourage residents of the County to get more active, we are organising and supporting a range of events and programmes for all fitness levels including:

  • Operation Transformation Walk Event
  • 5-Week Walking Programme
  • Couch to 5K
  • Marlay Parkrun

Click here for more information on these Programmes and Events…


DLR Sports Partnership Calendar of Events/ Courses 2015.

Dún Laoghaire Sports Partnership has drawn up its calendar for 2015.

We offer a wide range of physical activity programmes, events and training workshops across the county.

To view our 2015 calendar please click here...


County Sports Participation Strategy 2013-2017


The new County Sports Participation Strategy has been officially launched by An Cathaoirleach, Cllr. Carrie Smyth with the core objective to get more people active more often.

This 5-year plan will focus on using all available resources to increase participation in physical activity and sport in the County. While catering for all ages, abilities and backgrounds there will be a focus on set target groups which have been shown to have a proportionally lower level of participation.

Click here for more information and download a copy of the Strategy Document... 


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Staying active is of great importance to your health and wellbeing. It can be for relaxation like taking a leisurely stroll in your local park. For competition, like playing a football match with your club on the weekends. Even for the pure fun of it! Whatever your reason, they all come under a particular type of activity. But how much physical activity should we be doing?

For further information on physical activity guidelines for your age group, click here.


Don't wait, register your club with

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Sports Partnership now!!!


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