The Ana Liffey Drug Project launched today the Drugs.ie “Let’s Talk About Drugs” National Youth Media Awards Competition 2018.
The competion aims to encourage young people between ages of 12-25 to think & talk about drug and alcohol related issues creatively.
To enter, young people are asked to create either: a short video, an audio podcast, a news article or a poster. There are great prizes on offer for four age categories (12-14; 15-17; 18-21; 22-25)👌
The deadline for entries is the 22nd January 2018 (all info about this competition here) GOOD LUCK everyone 👍
Are you ready to become Ireland’s Fittest Company?
WE ARE and that’s why we are taking part in a fun team 5k challenge race taking place in National Sports Campus, Abbottstown on October 19th at 5.00pm.👏🏃🏃♀️
Our team will consist of 5 members. One team member will run 5km, then will be joined at the 4km mark by a second team member, then by another at the 3km mark, by fourth at the 2km mark and by final team member at the 1km mark.
All team members will have to cross the finish line together👍
Its going to be a great day and you are more than welcome to join us!
Stay tuned !
Due to unprecedented weather our centre will be CLOSED tomorrow – Monday 16th October 2017.
From storage to prep, cooking to clean, the Catering Group took steps to be lean.
10,000 steps started out as a dream, but stepping together became daily routine and steps were achieved as part of a team.
Over the 4 week challenge with a combined effort of big steps, little steps, fast steps and slow steps the Catering Class walked from Dublin to Brighton (684,864 Steps = 521 km)
Doing us proud and winning the challenge Aaron walked from Dublin to Cavan. Ciara a very close second took on Limerick to Waterford and Eric in third place walked from Galway to Longford. Well done also to Chloe, Kellie, Lauren and Tristan that also participated and were dedicated to this challenge.
We would like to thank Fingal County Council for sponsoring the pedometers to take on the 10,000 step challenge to become more active at work and DDLETB for sponsoring the prizes. Finally a massive well done to Niamh Morgan Catering Instructor for seeking sponsorship and implementing this positive initiative among the catering group.
In the picture Catering Class with the Mayor of Fingal -Cllr Mary McCamley & Area Manager Baldoyle Training Centre -Ken Seery
So we have decided to apply for the Active@Work GOLD award certified by Irish Heart Foundation that aims to increase physical activity in the workplace. There is a lot to do in regards to organising different activities; however we are in good hands as our sports instructor Simon leads this project. We have started off with short walks around Coolmine to get ready for a walk along a Sli Na Slainte route.
Check out our happy bunch ready to go for a second walk yesterday