Exercising at Home Online Resource
The Government Plan for Living with Covid-19: Resilience and Recovery 2020-2021 highlights the important role that individual and community resilience will play in contributing to our ongoing response to Covid-19.
Sport Ireland is leading a series of initiatives that will support people to stay active in their own local areas throughout the winter.
The “Keep Well” campaign is aimed at showing people of all ages how we can mind our own physical and mental health and wellbeing by adding healthy and helpful habits to our daily and weekly routines. As part of the Keep Well programme, Sport Ireland and Healthy Ireland have released a new series of senior strength building videos for older people that is easy to replicate at home. Go to https://www.sportireland.ie/video-series-3 for a series of videos to watch.
Brockagh Resource Centre
The centre has been closed while we are currently in Level 5 restrictions. If you wish to contact us email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us on 0404 45600 (leave a message if no one is in the office and we will get back to you).
Recycling at Brockagh
Wicklow County Council have now emptied all the recycle bins at the back of the building.
Brockagh Centre are part of the Community Call, anyone needing assistance should call community assistance 1800-868-399, text 087 245 6874 or e-mail email@example.com.
For further information, or to share advice, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out up to date information on our website at www.brockaghresourcecentre.ie or check us out on FB and Twitter.
2020 Ireland Walking Awards Wicklow
Wicklow and Dublin Uplands received two titles in the 2020 Ireland Walking Awards.
The Wicklow Way has claimed the title of “Irish Walking Trail of the Year”. Organised by the The Ireland Walking Guide, a total of 1,159 walkers took part in the 2020 Ireland Walking Survey last month, and the Wicklow Way received more votes than any other National Waymarked Trail in Ireland.
The Wicklow Mountains also claimed the “Irish Upland Area of the Year” title.