The upcoming meeting of the DLR Sports Forum will take place on the evening of the 29th January 2019. The venue will be in the brand new Explorium National Sports Science Centre and attendees will have the opportunity to get a tour of this exciting new facility following the meeting.
Please note that only Registered Member Clubs of the DLR Sports Forum can attend this event. To check if your club is registered or to arrange registration please contact Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Sports Partnership at 01 - 271 9502 or email email@example.com
If your club is already registered with DLR Sports Partnership you can sign up for this meeting through the following link https://dlrsportsforumjanuary2019.eventbrite.ie
- Information update and sharing for clubs
- Increasing participation and maximising facilitites through effective partnerships
- Sports Forum Representation on Local Sports Partnership Board
Last Saturday, the 12th January, saw over 230 people take part in the local Operation Transformation Walk on the iconic East Pier and along the Dun Laoghaire coast. Organised by Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Sports Partnership this event was part of a National initiative to promote the message that walking is a fun way for people to get active as part of a healthier lifestyle.
Sign up now for a 5-week walking programme in Dún Laoghaire
Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Sports Partnership are setting up a new 5-week walking group on Saturday mornings at 11am for approximately 40 minutes starting on the 19th January. At only €10 for all 5 weeks this programme will cater for all fitness levels, but in particular those looking to get back to activity and exercise. It will be a great excuse to get out, be active and make new friends.
Meeting at Dún Laoghaire Harbour Plaza, each week the group will walk a different route such as the pier, the Metals and the coastal walkways taking in some of the historical sites the area has to offer.
The Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Sports Participation Strategy 2018-2022 has been officially launched by An Cathaoirleach, Cllr. Ossian Smyth with the core objective to get more people, more active, more often.
The launch took place on the 26th November in the beautiful Marlay Park House and was attended by a range of politicians, partner agencies and local club volunteers. Speakers included John Treacy, Chief Executive of Sport Ireland, and Agata Suszczynski a PE teacher in St. Tiernan’s Community School who has many years’ experience engaging young people in physical activity.