Conversational English Class delivered by volunteer tutors, was set up to support people of non-Irish origin to become integrated into Irish society and develop fundamental skills for employment and education.
Participation: 30 adults
English Support for young migrants. Besides giving young people language skills this programme creates an environment where young people can integrate and develop social relationships
Participation: 10 young people 13-17yr
SWICN Growing Group
We took over a community garden at the Weaver’s Square Allotments Site. The group consists of members of the local community who would like to learn how to grow their own vegetables. The group is registered with GIY Ireland. It had won an award in the Best Allotment Competition.
Participation: 6 adults
A drop-in service for adults who want to learn how to use the ever-evolving technology. People can bring their own laptops, phones, etc. or they can use the resources in our centre to learn at their own pace with one-to-one support.
Participation: 10 adults
Women’s Group (Knit and Grit)
Personal development programme for women in the local community aimed to bring local women together and explore healthy lifestyle through stress management, healthy eating, exercise and crafts.
Participation: 8 women
We are happy to be able to offer yoga in the community setting again this year. Running the classes last year had shown that community based yoga is something that is needed in the local area. These affordable classes are available to those who would like to explore benefits of yoga on your health.
€5 or €3 concession
Participation: 20 adults