members of Portlaoise and Slane Men’s Sheds, Irish Men’s Shed Association, Healthy Ireland Laois and Laois Sports Partnership at the launch of the Irish Men’s Shed Association “WALKSHOP” walks resource toolkit at Abbeyleix bog yesterday...
Over €23,000 was awarded to 27 clubs and facilities across Laois at the beginning of May. The total was made up of three separate funds: 1. Sport & Physical Activity Grant Scheme2. Women in Sport Grant Scheme3. Covid-19 Support Below are the list of clubs who were...
We are so excited to share this intermediate circuit with you! Please note: It is very important to complete a warm-up for at least 10 minutes prior to completing the exercises in this circuit. You can warm-up with Anne by clicking on this video link:...
We are so excited to share this advanced circuit with you!Please note: It is very important to complete a warm-up for at least 10 minutes prior to completing the exercises in this circuit. You can warm-up with Anne by clicking on this video link:...
BACKGROUND TO LSP COMMUNICATIONS PROJECT The Sport Ireland Participation Plan (2021-2024) outlines the approach that will be taken to realise the sports participation commitments in the National Sports Policy (NSP) 2018-2027. A clear priority identified in the...
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