Hiking/Mountain Walks are a great way residential to get the group interacting and bonding. Not only will you get to enjoy stunning views but you will be placed in an environment where you will be challenged physically.
Mountain Biking is a great activity either, on a one to one coaching session or with a group. With our tailored made coaching sessions before we hit the trails ranging from basic handling skills right threw to our more advanced technical core skills your are sure to have a great time on the bike.
For all the budding Robin Hoods and Maid Marion’s out there. Archery is a skilled sport that requires practice and patience. A sound briefing will help the group progress faster. Archery is a great way to encourage rivalry between groups and individuals. There are many different games we can do to improve your skill and keep things fresh.
Halloween Camp is Back!!! Get the kids into the outdoors for some adventure and exploring through mountain biking, learning different skills both on and off the bike as we mix it up with the following activities -
- Team games
- Zip lining
- Canoeing (weather and tide dependant)
Best of all, not even a computer in sight!
They don't have to be a pro on the bike as we have all abilities, but so long as they can ride unaided. Ages starting from 6+.
All of our camps are run from the lovely safe setting within Kilbroney Park.
The cost of the Easter camp is £20pp, We are known as the best extreme babysitters in town!!!
Each camper to take thier own packed lunch.
Each year we run a Halloween Camp during the school holidays!! Places on the camps always fill up fast and they are a great way to have the kids meet new friends, develop social skills, learn new practical skills and try new activities. Modern society lends itself towards a sedentary lifestyle and we believe that actively encouraging kids to explore the outdoors is vital to their holistic health and well being. All are camps are fully supervised by fully qualified staff so you can relax knowing the kids are in safe hands!
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If you've been thinking about getting into cycling, now's the time to meet the members of Armagh Down Cycling Club.
On Wednesday, October 26, Armagh Down CC will be holding its annual membership night at the Mourne Country Hotel and it's the perfect opportunity to go along and find out what's on offer.
A warm welcome awaits and you can chat with current members to find out the benefits of cycling with a locally run club, plus there are some fantastic guest speakers - including Irish cyclist and triathlete Bryan McCrystal and Gerard Hughes, owner and proprietor of Cycle Recycle Newry.
Bryan McCrystal is one of the country’s best domestic riders and has just returned from competing in the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii. Having been the fastest man in his category on the bike leg, who better to provide some detail into the training, determination and the dietary requirements to compete at this level? Bryan will also provide some insight into his training methods and will be on hand for a Q&A throughout the evening.
Gerard Hughes is a Velotech Certified Trainer to platinum level in bicycle maintenance, with many years' experience in maintaining and restoring bicycles. Gerard will give a practical demonstration on bike maintenance, which will enable any cyclist to perform a basic repair to get them home in the event of a mechanical issue during a training ride.
"Everyone is welcome to our membership night; it's a great way for those thinking of joining a club to come and chat to us first-hand, plus you can get some top tips from our guest speakers," said Benny Smyth, chairman, Armagh Down Cycling Club. "We are delighted that Bryan McCrystal and Gerard Hughes will be giving talks and demonstrations and we urge anyone thinking of taking up cycling to come along."
Benny added: "Now is the opportune time to join as we begin our indoor winter training ahead of the 2017 cycling season. Whether you are a seasoned racer or complete beginner, come along and be part of Armagh Down CC."
Armagh Down Cycling Club was launched late in 2015 and boasts more than 70 members. Next week's membership night aims to build on this number and attract more new members; men, women and junior riders.
If you're interested in making new friends and getting fit at the same time, the Armagh Down CC membership night is being held at the Mourne Country Hotel on Wednesday, October 26 at 7.30pm. Be part of the experience. Be part of Armagh Down Cycling Club.
For further information, contact Armagh Down CC Chairman, Benny Smyth on 07763622336 or visit the events page at: http://bit.ly/2ehYJFX
Newry Pool League
Results Thurs 20th Oct 2016/17
1.Whitecross v TJs Tigers (4-5)
2.Windmill Bar v Carrickcruppen (1-8)
3. Millvale v CWC B (4-5)
4.Dans Bar v Trainors Camlough (6-3)
5.Granvue Hotel v Hustlers (3-6)
6.McGuigans A v TJs B (9-0)
7.St Monnina v McGuigans B (8-1)
8.Nan Rices v Ballyholland Harps (7-2)
9.Indo A v Bears (4-5)
10.Orchard Bar v Bosco (8-1)
11. TJ’s C v Trainors Canal St (3-6)
12.Sheepbridge B v Cavern
13.CWC A v Killeavy (8-1)
14.Maddens v Boyds (3-6)
15.Johnny Murphys v Foresters (2-7)
16.Tjs A v Sheepbridge A (7-2)
The Southern Health and Social Care Trust recently hosted a conference to promote improved quality and safety throughout its services.
Around 300 staff, patients and clients from across the area took part in the event to share best practice across a range of hospital and community services, focussing on improving the patient experience, safety and care and systems and processes. There was a combination of clinical and service user presentations and 60 poster presentations.
A number of Health and Social Care Professionals spoke at the event covering a wide range of topics - including a presentation from Carmel McGrath, Day Services Manager, who offered a presentation on a new transition programme called ‘My Day, My Way’ which supports community based day opportunities.
Opening the event, Trust Chairperson Roberta Brownlee said:
“In the Southern Trust we are committed to providing safe, high quality care with compassion and our staff are dedicated to continually improving their services to ensure that patients and clients are always receiving the best possible care that we can offer.
“Even though we are under increasing demands for our services, it is really important to make time like this to share best practice so that we are continually improving what we do. We are delighted to have been able to showcase some of the excellent examples of quality improvement from across the very wide range of services we provide, so that our different programmes of care can learn from each other.
“It is particularly important to hear from staff about what works well and where they can see room for improvement and of course we greatly value the views of our patients and clients who have so honestly shared their experiences with us which is vital for all continuous improvement.”
To find out more about Quality Improvement contact Jacqueline Morton, Head of Continuous Improvement on Tel: 028 3861 4157 or email: Quality.Improvement@southerntrust.hscni.net
KEENAN, The death has occurred of Sheila Keenan, 105 Castleblayney Road, Carnagh, Keady, Co. Armagh, Wednesday October 19th peacefully at Craigavon Area Hospital. Pre-deceased by her husband Pat. Deeply regretted and sadly missed by her loving family, daughters Mairead (Connolly), Colleen (Murphy), Noeleen (Lappin) and son Patrick, sons-in-law, daughter-in-law, cousins Thomas, James and Susan, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
May her gentle soul rest in eternal peace.
Reposing at her residence from 10.00am on Thursday until removal on Saturday morning at 10.30am to arrive at St Mochua's Church, Derrynoose for Funeral Mass at 11.00am followed by burial in adjoining cemetery.