Foróige Newcastle Youth Club
Newcastle Youth Club would like to offer a huge thanks to St. Finian’s GAA for their very kind contribution to our Youth Club following their Halloween Camp. It’s this community spirit that helps our Youth Club thrive.
The Youth Club has planned very exciting community events for 2023 which would not be possible without support like this from St. Finian’s GAA club.
A great night was had during our Social inclusion event on Thursday night 17th November 2022. The aim of the event was to bring some of our older generation with our younger generation in our community together to play games and share stories with each other. We used Bingo as our game which all the kids and adults really had great fun with.
To see and hear the laughing and chatting was a great thrill for our Youth Club and we are more determined to do more events like this in the near future.The whole event is a part of South Dublin County Council social inclusion initiative, and we are very grateful for their support and sponsorship.
We would like to thank everyone who attended our Halloween disco. It was a terrific night and great to see large number of kids having great fun.
Special thanks for their support and kind contributions goes to-
Party city / Halloween HQ
St Finian’s national school
The Printed Image
Newcastle Youth Club Senior kids
Paul Joyce DJ
Newcastle Hall committee especially John Kinsella (chairman) for all his work.
The Youth Club needs your help!
Meeting – Wednesday 14th September at 8pm – Newcastle Community Hall
We are writing to you asking for your support for Newcastle’s Youth Club. It’s very important to know that currently the club is being run by a small group of volunteers delivering an amazing experience for the young people of Newcastle village. We have one area where we need your support as outlined below.
What’s needed to run a youth club?
- Premises – We have Newcastle Community Hall every Thursday and Friday night
- Funding – We have now secured funding and will continue to fund activities going forward
- Training – We are affiliated to Foroige who provide all the necessary training and insurance
- Volunteers – *** We currently do not have enough to meet the demand for places ***
As you can see from the above points we have all bar one of the pieces in place to run a successful club – what we need now are more volunteers.
What do I need to do to become a volunteer?
Firstly, it’s important to say that you can commit to whatever time you have spare, whether it be a couple of hours every week or even a couple of hours a month. Every bit of volunteer time is greatly appreciated.
Free training will be provided through Foroige, the details of which will be presented at meeting
Garda vetting (which can be done online) plus 2 references is all that’s needed
The meeting will be held in Newcastle Community Hall on Wednesday 14th September at 8pm
** If you can’t make it but would like to get some information please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org **
Finally could we ask for your help to get this call for volunteers out to the community by posting the poster below on your social media accounts and letting your friends know.
Newcastle Youth Club.
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Foróige Newcastle Youth Club launched on 3rd March 2022
We are delighted to announce that Newcastle has 4 new Foróige Youth Clubs that take place in the community hall. Date & times are as follows –
Newcastle Juniors 1 Club starts on Thursday 3rd March (6.30 – 7.45 PM)
Newcastle Seniors 1 Club starts on Thursday 3rd March (8 – 9.30 PM )
Newcastle Junior 2 Club starts on Friday 4th March (6.30 – 7.45 PM)
Newcastle Senior 2 Club starts on Friday 4th March (8 – 9.30 PM
To register for one of the Foróige Newcastle Youth Clubs please click on below links (Please note that the you will be put on a waiting list until places become available) ** You will receive an email to confirm you are on the waiting list.**