Laragh Glendalough news February 9

Laragh Glendalough

Water Quality and Septic Tanks

Are you the owner of a Septic Tank?  Would you like to air your views on septic tank issues and the new National Inspection Plan for septic tank systems?  Would you like to take part in an important study on risk communication?  If yes please come along to a community focus group on Thursday 12 February 7.30-9 p.m. in the Brockagh Resource Centre.  More information on the Brockagh Centre website and facebook page.  www.brockaghresourcecentre.ie (latest news).

 

Laragh Glendalough Operation Transformation

Come along and join us for Laragh Glendalough Operation Transformation at the Brockagh Centre on Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. for  weigh-in (optional), short walk and talk.  Also Thursday night meet for a walk with Sarah.  Wear suitable clothing, reflective jacket and torch  Call the Brockagh Centre on (0404) 45600.

 

Dancercise

Dancercise with Adam will be back in the Brockagh Centre this Wednesday night at 7 p.m.  It is proving a very popular way to get active. 

 

Bootcamp

Bootcamp takes place every Monday night 8.15pm at the Brockagh Centre  for total  body conditioning.  For further information call Paul on 087 2484570.

 

The Fireside Sessions

The famous Glendalough Arts Network Fireside Sessions are back for 2015. The first session will be in the lobby of Lynhams Hotel on Friday 20 February from 7.30 pm (be there 7-ish). This session, presented by local musician Jonny Tennant of Traditional Arts Collective, promises a great night of traditional music together with a scattering of poems, stories and memories. It’s a free event, so you might like to support the raffle.

 

AA Meetings

Closed AA Meetings are held in the Brockagh Resource Centre at 8.30 p.m. every Monday night.  If you think that you may have a problem with alcohol please come along.

 

 Annamoe Handball Club AGM

We had a great turnout at our recent AGM. There was some good discussion on how we get the club re-established and developing it going forward. There was also an update on the progress of Juvenile coaching which has been a great success so far with over 10 kids training every Wednesday night. In terms of the senior club we have registered the club with the Irish Handball Council which will allow us to participate in the All-Ireland Championships. In terms of increasing participation of playing adult members we will be looking at running an initiative for people who may not have played previously to introduce them to the sport from a fitness and fun point of view. The following officers were elected for the coming year. Chairman:  Oliver Donelon, Secretary: Jason Heatly, PRO: Kit Byrne, Treasurer: Sheila Donelon. For further information contact Oliver Donelon at 087 9040535.

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