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Tús Scheme in Inishowen
Inishowen Disability Community Action (IDCA) is an organisation based in Carndonagh that provides a mini bus service for people with disabilities in Inishowen. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 083 809 1435.
Parents Support Group: Spraoi agus Spórt offer a parent’s support group for parents/guardians of children and young people with a disability and/or autism. Contact 086 8420203 for further details.
Pregnancy Yoga Classes at Inishowen Yoga Studio, Carndonagh on Fridays at 7.15pm. Contact Odel on 087 2228227 to book.
Do you have 1-2 hours to spare per week? The Good Morning Service
Donegal's Befriending Scheme urgently requires volunteers for all
areas of Inishowen. The Befriending Service matches volunteers with
people over 60 years of age who feel isolated, lonely or are
housebound for whatever reason.
Volunteers are needed for Lifeline (Inishowen) Domestic Violence Service. Are you interested in becoming part of a team in supporting families in Inishowen? For further information please call 074 93 73337 from 10am to 1.30pm Monday - Friday or email email@example.com .
Colgan Community and Resource Centre: The committee of the Colgan Hall are looking for new members. This committee has worked tirelessly to make the hall the great community centre it has become. We have a lot done but a lot still to do. Come along to the hall and join our committee and be a part of great things to come. Everybody welcome.
Inishowen Development Partnership is offering computer courses,
subject to demand, in both Buncrana & Carndonagh.
Please call Katie at 074 93 62218 for more info or visit
Saddlerock Cycling Club meets on Sunday mornings 10 am, Tuesday and Friday evenings at 7.30pm at Tul na Ri, Car Park, Carndonagh. All levels of cyclists welcome. Great exercise and good banter. Contact Brendan on 086 6031230 or Oliver on 087 6672896.
Volunteer Car Scheme
The cancer support and social club meet in Milltown House
Carndonagh at 7.30 on the second Monday of every month. The group is
a friendly group and welcomes anyone who has been affected by a
cancer diagnosis, patient, carer, family member or friend. It is a
tough journey for everyone and sometimes sharing with others can
Ceolan school of music is a newly established community
initiative for teaching music to children aged 6-18 years.