DLR Sports Partnership would like to invite all sports clubs in the county to our Sports Forum meeting on Thursday 30th June in The Talbot Hotel, Stillorgan. The key topic of discussion will be Concussion Awareness in Sport with guest speaker Shane Mooney from the IRFU.
We will also be updating clubs on:
This meeting is an important opportunity to network and help increase communications among local clubs and assist in maximising resources. Registration is free but must be booked in advance through the following link https://dlrsportsforumjune2022.eventbrite.ie
A new state-of-the-art lift system called Poolpod has been installed in the dlr Leisure Loughlinstown centre to support the work to provide easy and independent access to the swimming pool. Poolpod is a sleek and modern pool lift which offers adignified and quick means of Access for All for visitors who are wheelchair users or have mobilitychallenges.
Read more: Accessible Swimming Poolpod in Dun Laoghaire Rathdown
There are currently four job opportunities available with us here in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Sports Partnership:
- Community Sports Development Officer
- Sports Marketing & Information Officer
- Active Cities Dublin Project Lead
- Sports Inclusion Disability Officer
For full details please visit https://www.dlrcoco.ie/en/current-vacancies/employment-opportunities
Start an active and healthy 2022 with a FREE public walk on the 16th January as part of Operation Transformation!
If you are looking for something to get you on the road to a healthy and active 2022, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Sports Partnership has the perfect event for you. As part of our aim to encourage residents of the County to get active, a 3km public walk will be held on Sunday the 16th January in Cabinteely Park at 11am. You can register now for this FREE event at https://otwalkjan2022.eventbrite.ie.
Read more: Operation Transformation Public Walk Event 16-01-22
Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin TD, and Minister of State for Sport and Gaeltacht Affairs, Jack Chambers T.D, together with Sport Ireland, have announced almost €80m for the sport sector under two separate support programmes.
Some €73.6m in Covid funding is being allocated under five separate streams to help sports organisations to recover and grow post pandemic, support our grassroots network of clubs and local sports partnerships, and ensure people of all ages and abilities return to sport and physical activity.
A further €5.3m is being provided to sport National Governing Bodies (NGBs) and Local Sports Partnerships (LSPs) for the provision of sports equipment including the roll out of defibrillators for clubs, kits for school children and state of the art equipment for our high-performance athletes.
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