Anne Campbell, of WCD's Care & Repair Programme, went along on a lovely day out to Dunbrody Famine Ship in Rosslare with the Active Retirement groups from Rochfortbridge, Tyrrellspass, Kinnegad and Milltownpass and the surrounding areas. A great day was had by all!
Westmeath Community Development is excited to showcase its first landscape collaboration project with Westmeath County Council and the Mullingar Tidy Towns Committee.
On June 27th last, partners on the project came together to design and plant a roundabout on Lynn Road, Mullingar. Westmeath Community Development initiated the project and provided the support of its Horticultural team and students from Belvedere Horticulture school. The project has improved the aesthetics of the roundabout, while also supporting Mullingar Tidy Towns in their work competing in the National Tidy Towns’ competition. Additionally, the project has provided practical and valuable work experience for horticulture students working towards their level 4 accreditation.
- Are you interested in becoming a qualified National Pool Lifeguard?
- Can you see yourself working as a lifeguard in Center Parcs?
If you answered yes to the above questions. This course may be for you!
- National Pool Lifeguard Qualification
July Training Dates- Longford
100% attendance required to secure certification
Monday 15th July 10 am to 6 pm Longford Swimming Pool
Tuesday 16th July 10 am to 6 pm Longford Swimming Pool
Wednesday 17th July 10 am to 6 pm Longford Swimming Pool
Thursday 18th July 10 am to 6 pm Longford Swimming Pool
Friday 19th July 10 am to 6 pm Longford Swimming Pool
Saturday 20th July 10 am to 12.00 pm Longford Swimming Pool
6 days attendance in Lonford Swimming Pool – National Pool Lifeguard Course
WCD's Tús Programme and Mullingar Tidy Towns have been hard at work bringing colour to Mullingar with their recently planted flower beds with flowers kindly donated by Pat Leavy Slanemore Farm Nursery, we would like to say a huge thanks to all involved!