If you have any queries or would like further information please contact the Centre on 021 4533 000 or email: email@example.com
Starting January 16th 2015.
Contact: Margaret (021) 453 3000
Classes focus on Baby and Mother yoga, Baby massage.
Restarting on the 12th January 2015.
Cost per class: €3
Contact: Teresa (Family Support Worker) on 085 281 0663 for further information about the group.
The group focuses on art, music and movement for you and your toddler.
BEAG, an artistic team aiming to introduce new sounds and music experiences, recently visited the Centre. They aim to insight creativity and allow children to perform, explore and create their own brand of music.
BEAG also specialise in visual arts, drama and design.
We look forward to BEAG visiting the Resource Centre again in January.
End of term trips and parties will also be organised throughout the year for the Parent & Toddler Group.
All welcome, for further information contact: Teresa (Family Support Worker) 085 281 0663
Starting back on the 26th of August
Contact: Liz O’ Mahony (021) 4533000
Contact: Liz O’ Mahony (085) 1449084
Shared Reading takes place in the Resource Centre every Friday night and provides a time for sharing a story and reading together!
The group encourages early reading in a fun and supportive environment. This Christmas the group will make a trip to the The Everyman Christmas pantomime, Cinderella!
Shared Reading runs throughout the school term, September-May.
Contact 021 4533 000 for more information.
Contact: Teresa (Family Support Worker) 085 281 0663
GROW is a Mental Health Organisation which helps people who have suffered, or are suffering, from mental health problems in Ireland.
“GROW’s mission is to nurture mental health, personal growth, prevention and full recovery from all kinds of mental illness”
Meeting every Thursday night at the Family Resource Centre.
Contact 021-4277520 further information or learn more from GROW’s website
Pilates classes are held in the Family Resource Centre every Monday @ 6.30pm.
Classes will recommence on Monday, 5th January 2015.
The Centre is a voluntary group whose aim is to build friendship with those experiencing social, personal & family needs through a variety of activities.
The Society also runs a charity shop in the town centre and surplus income is used to fund projects sponsored by SVP locally.
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