Tipperary County Council (TCC) is a partner in the EU Erasmus+ Programme co-funded project called INTERFACE. There are a further five organisations involved as partners in the projectfrom Iceland, Greece, Italy and Bulgaria. “INTERFACE” stands for “Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Fragile Communities in Europe”.The “Fragile Communities” approach stems from Iceland, where this bottom-up approach was applied in various communities affected by high levels of depopulation. The main idea is to stimulate and activate community resources, by developing a grassroots process involving an education/training programme for community people who could subsequently act as “coaches” within their respective communities.See full document below for more information on masterclasses.
Monaghan County Council Community & Environment Funding Scheme 2019 Monaghan County Council is committed to supporting local communities to promote, enhance and develop their local area. This commitment is supported by the annual Community and Environment Funding Scheme.
We are now inviting applications for the 2019 funding scheme.Funding is available under three measures outlined below.
Measure 1:Community Infrastructure Supports
The Community Infrastructure Supports measure aims to develop and enhance local community facilities and amenities in county Monaghan.
Measure 2:Community Development Supports
The Community Development Support measure aims to support local communities to promote and encourage community participation and engagement throughout the county.
Measure 3:Environmental Supports
The Environmental Supports measure aims to support local communities,resident’s committees and tidy towns groups to deliver projects that enhance the appearance and improve the quality of the environment in their area.
Guidelines on criteria and application forms for the Community & Environment Funding Scheme 2019 can be requested:
By telephone Monaghan County Council, Community & Enterprise section on 047 73720
Tá Seachtain na Gaeilge ag teacht - níl ach 5 Sheachtain fágtha. Do you know anyone organising an event for Seachtain na Gaeilge 2019 in Fingal? Have you any thoughts or plans for your own group?. If you do please remember to check out www.snag.ie for advice and to register your event on bit.ly/SnaG19 before February 20th.
Details: Following the overwhelming success of their internationally award-winning production of Stacey Gregg’s Scorch & 4 wins at the 2018 Irish Times Theatre Awards for (Best Production, Director, Actor and Set Design) Prime Cut Productions are back at Roscommon Arts Centre with their critically acclaimed Double Bill of Fintan Brady’s East Belfast Boy & John Patrick Higgins Every Day I Wake Up Hopeful.
Facebook: Roscommon Arts Centre
You can view further details on these events and others through the Councils Event Calendar here. 01 2019
Your Amazing Gut – by Dr. Kevina Cardiff, Consultant Dietitian M.I.N.D.I, Pure Nutrition - www.purenutrition.ie
Learn how a healthy gut plays a role in optimizing all aspects of your health from the more obvious, being free of gut related issues such as irritable bowel syndrome, to the lesser known areas such as cholesterol lowering and the ever, developing area, of the microbiome or gut flora, your immunity and and the gut brain feedback.
Learn how to balance your diet to maintain a healthy gut and enjoy all the improved health related benefits. Get to grips with fibre and learn to enjoy all types in your diet.
Wednesday 30th January 2019
11 am - 12 pm -
Your Amazing Gut
Dr. Kevina Cardiff