The Laois Sports Partnership quarterly newsletter for Spring 2022 is now available. This edition of our newsletter reflects on the recent activities and programmes from January to March 2022 along with a number of upcoming activities. The newsletter is available for...
“Everybody Active in County Laois” On Thursday 24th March 2022, Laois Sports Partnership Launched it’s 5th Strategic Plan. This plan will be delivered over the next four years, from 2022 – 2026. Our plan has been developed around 5 thematic...
Strategic Plan 2022-2026 “Everybody Active in County Laois” Our plan has been developed around 5 thematic themes; Active People, Active Places, Active Partnerships, Active Promotion, Active Governance which these have been identified and refined to address...
Our Mid Year Report for the first six months of 2021 covers some very contrasting periods as Ireland emerged from lockdown and activities restarted, in a socially distanced format. As it had done last year, Laois Sports Partnership reached out to the local community...
Every day in communities across the country, Sport Ireland through its network of Local Sports Partnerships helps people to get active and removes barriers to sport and physical activity. The network is made up of 29 Local Sports Partnerships (LSPs) who are passionate...
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