Meath Partnership FREE Online Workshop on Nutrition and Wellbeing

In 2020 Meath Partnership was awarded funding from Healthy Ireland to deliver Health Matters campaigns that will support the health and wellbeing of communities in Co. Meath. We are delighted to announce we will be offering a FREE workshop on Nutrition and Well Being with health and fitness guru Gillian Markey of GEM Fitness. This workshop will take place via zoom on Thursday, 13th May from 11:00am to 12;30pm and will cover a wide range of areas such as: Sleep, Digestion, Stress levels, Nutrition and Mental health.

To book a place please see contact detail on the poster below:


Meath Wellóige Free Online Events for All The Family on 6th May, 2020: Places Still Available

As part of the Healthy Ireland Community Resilience Fund, Foróige on behalf of Meath CYPSC, are offering a series of Free Online Events for parents & young people in County Meath on Thursday, 6th May, 2021. Click on the poster below for more information on the events.

Wellóige Meath Parents and Young People Online Events

Places are still available for the following:

Life, Work and Balance for Busy Parents with Keane Harley and

Teen ‘Young Offenders’ Comedy Workshop with Shane Casey & Dominic Hale

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Cultúr Migrant Centre: Job Activation and Business Tech Online Seminar on Thursday 6th May 2021 at 11am

Cultúr Migrant Centre would like to invite you to our Job Activation and Business Tech Seminar taking place online on Thursday 6th May 2021 at 11am.

Guest speakers will cover topics such as

  • How to prepare for career change/ Kick start your job search/ What does your dream job look like?
  • Education for progression and new guidelines for refugees and asylum seekers
  • Jobs on demand, Could employers be looking for you
  • Using social media for Job seeking
  • Ways to stay motivated
  • CV Preparation, interview tips and skills and much more.

Please find a registration link below:

Meath Library Service: Cruinniú na nÓg 2021

Cruinniú na nÓg is Ireland’s national day of free creative activity for children and young people up to 18 years of age and takes place on Saturday June 12th 2021.

Meath’s Creative Ireland team has organised a diverse range of shows and workshops that will be delivered through a mix of live and pre-recorded online events. Full details will be on our website early next month at

Two FREE events that may be of interest now are

  • The Whodunnit online drama camp for 9-12 years starting Saturday May 8th at 10.30am and running for 6 weeks
  • 6 week creative Writing course for 15-18 years starting Friday April 30th at 5pm and running for 6 weeks

Booking is essential as places are limited



There is a mystery to be solved and everyone is a suspect…

Get to know the Whodunnit plot structure and character tropes. Write and perform in your very own Mystery short film.

This course takes place online using Zoom, one hour per day over five Saturdays. A closed showing of the film for participants and parents/guardians will take place at the end of the course as part of Cruinniú na nÓg on June 12th.
Age Category: 9 – 12 years

Workshop Dates: Saturday 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th May 5th & 12th June,

Time: 10.30 – 11.30 am.


This is a 6 week creative writing course for young adults aged 15 -18 that will take place over Zoom.

Course Dates: Friday 30th April, 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th May, and 4th June.

Course Time: 5 – 6 pm

Wellóige: Free Online Events for Parents & Young People

As part of the Healthy Ireland Community Resilience Fund, Foróige on behalf of Meath CYPSC, are offering a series of Free Online Events for parents & young people in County Meath on Thursday, 6th May, 2021. Click on the poster below for more information on the events.

Wellóige Meath Parents and Young People Online Events

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Fantastic Free App on ADHD to Support Families

The Changing Lives Initiative have developed an App to help families understand what ADHD is and provide practical strategies and tools for parents to use with their children. The App is particularly relevant for parents who have concerns about their child’s behaviour but are not yet sure if their child may have ADHD.  The App is also very useful for those working with children, in helping them understand ADHD and how they might support children who have issues with inattention, hyperactivity or impulsivity. The App can be downloaded for free at

Mymind Webinar on Thursday 22nd April at 11:00am

Now, more than ever, there are a lot of challenges to mental health. The Covid-19 pandemic has created a great deal of additional stress and anxiety, and is affecting everyone, even those who have always been able to maintain reasonably good mental health. Depression, loneliness, stress, suicidal feelings are among the most intensely felt consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic. But there is a lot of support out there, and much of it is free of charge.

MyMind Centre for Mental Wellbeing is currently providing free online counselling services to people who have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic whether it’s through bereavement, job loss, increased anxiety or depression. Support is provided by a team of qualified mental health professionals, and all sessions are held in strict confidence through MyMind’s own online platform.

Text50808 provides a safe space where, via text messaging, you’re listened to by a trained Crisis Volunteer with whom you can share at your own pace. You’ll text back and forth, only sharing what you feel comfortable with. By asking questions, listening to you and responding with support, they will help you sort through your feelings until you both feel you are now in a calm, safe place.

MyMind and 50808 have come together to provide this unique free webinar which will help you to find out more about each of the services, how to access them and what you can expect.

Date: Thu. April 22 2021 11:00 – 12:00 GMT
Please register here: Eventbrite tickets
There will be a Q&A session at the end of the presentation.
This is a free public event. Participants will need MS Teams to access this event.

Trim Family Resource Centre – Spring 2021 Newsletter

Click on the link below to access the latest edition of the Trim FRC Newsletter:

KEEPWELL Campaign – mind your physical and mental health

The “Keep Well” campaign was launched on 29 October 2020, and aims to support people and communities to mind their physical and mental health over the coming months. As COVID-19 restrictions remain in place and Springtime is well and truly upon us, minding our physical and mental health continues to be a challenge for many of us.

The five key messages in the #KeepWell campaign are:

  • Keeping active
  • Staying connected
  • Switching off and getting creative
  • Eating well
  • Minding your mood

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LMETB 2021 Local Youth Club Grant Scheme

Under the Local Youth Club Grant Scheme (incorporating the National Quality Standards for Volunteer-led Youth Groups), one-off grants are being made available to local youth clubs/groups to assist with their development needs including supporting administration, programme and services costs.

Louth and Meath Youth clubs/groups are invited to apply for one-off funding under this scheme.

Application Form and related Guidance notes may be downloaded from Youth Services & Projects section in LMETB at the following link: are included below:

Local Youth Club Grant Scheme 2021 Information and Guidance – pdf

Local Youth Club Grant Scheme 2021 Application Form – word