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Host families wanted: Welcoming host families wanted for 15 / 16 year old Spanish students for the month of July 2024. Host families must have girls in this age group. Generous rates paid. Please call 087 2323062 for further information.

Cuidiu Breastfeeding Support Group is a new group for breastfeeding mothers, expectant mothers and partners.
The group will meet on Mondays from 11am - 12 noon in Buncrana Library. A fully trained voluntary Breastfeeding Counsellor will be available for support and information. Bring a cuppa and have some craic. Everyone very welcome! Contact Eilis on 087 7460249.

ALONE seek volunteers
Would you be willing to provide companionship or make calls to older people once a week? ALONE are seeking volunteers in your area. Full training and support provided. If interested please sign up here: https://alone.ie/volunteers/ .
For more information, contact Catherine on catherine.gallagher@alone.ie or on 086 0753868.

Buncrana Parkrun (5k Walk/Run) every Saturday Morning at 9.30am sharp. Meeting at the Shore front. Free entry. Coffee afterwards in the Fishermans Wharf with 10% discount, see you there. Visit www.parkrun.ie/buncrana/ for more info.

Menís Coffee Night: Open to all men who want to talk to other men about any issues affecting their lives - Lily Rose, Main Street, Buncrana on Thursdays at 7pm.

Tea & Toast is a positive mental health group set up to help mums. That's mums to be, new mums, experienced mums or gran mums. We meet in Cockhill Youth club once a month for a moan, groan, cuppa and goodie whilst listening to speakers share their knowledge and wisdom. It's on Wednesday evening from 7:30 - 9:30pm and no kids. It's a great way to meet new people, understand motherhood is tough but we are all in it together.

Free Multimedia Course in Buncrana:
The Donegal ETB course is 100% free and for those in receipt of a Social Welfare Payment may be entitled to a Training Allowance also.
This is a great opportunity for those who are interested in gaining an IT (Information technology) qualification. Learners can chose themselves what modules they are interested in, with most people starting off with ECDL. The learner can stop there if they wish to or they may decide to continue learning to gain additional qualifications to assist them in obtaining employment and or entry into some of our Further Education Training Programs such as Software Developer or Automated Software Tester course which runs in conjunction with Pramerica. For more information call 074 91 20500.

AA: If Alcohol is causing you problems in your life, we have meetings in Buncrana, Saturday at 11.30am & Sunday at 8pm in St Teresaís Room (behind The Oratory).

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