Keeping Cork Active
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Fit For All week week takes place from the 11th – 17th of October 2021. This national week is aimed at increasing awareness among people with disabilities, their families/carers and disability services on the benefits of regular exercise, healthy lifestyles and opportunities to participate in physical activity within the local community. Fit For All also aims to increase awareness and build the capacity...
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Sport Ireland and Healthy Ireland launch new Let's Get Back campaign to encourage people to get active.
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23 NEW Introductory Orienteering events for Cork Primary and Secondary Schools in October and November 2021
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Caroline Casey, Water & Road Safety Development Officer, Cork County Council and Community Garda Conor Gately of An Garda Siochanna will present a live 45 minute presentation to primary school students across County Cork this October,
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Cork’s Inaugural Watersports Inclusion Day a roaring success, celebrating watersports for all! Over 130 people took to the water in Kinsale County Cork to take part in Cork’s First Watersports Inclusion Day. The aim of the event was to showcase a range of inclusive watersports available to children, young people and adults with additional needs...
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Cork Sports Partnership and Munster Table Tennis are delighted to host a Women’s ‘Come & Try’ Table Tennis session! This taster session aim to provide an opportunity for women to play table tennis in a fun and supportive environment. They will be led by qualified and experienced coaches from Leeside Table Tennis Club! Bring a...
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Farming traditionally is regarded as a healthy lifestyle but research has shown that farmers are disproportionately affected by lifestyle diseases. Farmers are most likely to suffer from circulatory diseases in comparison to other occupations. The Irish Heart Foundation research in 2014 with over 1000 farmers concluded that more than half of the participants had a...
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Mayor of the County of Cork, Cllr Gillian Coughlan has launched the county’s first safe cycling hub for primary schools which aims to help children stay safe while cycling in their communities! Aimed at schools where cycling training is not currently taking place, coaching will be provided to school staff by Cycling Ireland as part...
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Reserve a place for your budding triathlete at this three day camp suitable for kids and teenagers between 7 & 14 years of age!
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Cork Sports Partnership & MTU Lions Athletics Club present the first Online Summer Athletics Camp.
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