A weeklong festival of cycling is taking place in Sligo as part of National Bike Week which commences on Saturday 14th May and is continuing throughout the week until Sunday 22nd May. Bike Week is a celebration and promotion of all that’s great about bikes and cycling. There are events for every age and ability including adult beginner cycling lessons, leisure cycles, peddle to paddle sessions, mountain biking and much more taking place across County Sligo over the week. Among the highlight events is the Pedal Parade at 12noon from Stephen Street Carpark followed by a festival of Cycle Fun on O’Connell Street between 12.30 and 3.30pm on Sunday 15th May and Bike Orienteering on Sunday 22nd May in Cleveragh Park. Locally the event is co-ordinated by Sligo County Council in partnership with Sligo Sport and Recreation Partnership and supported by many cycling clubs and community organisations. For details of all bike week events, times and locations in Sligo Click Here or visit www.bikeweek.ie for a full list of national events.
The Girls Active Festival took place in late April, with over 180 teenage girls from across County Sligo in attendance. This was the first Girls Active Festival held in two years.
Second national championship for Tommy Myers of Sligo City Boxing.
National LSP Communications Co-ordinator
Meath Local Sports Partnership wishes to recruit a National LSP Communications Co-ordinator.
This is will be a full-time fixed term contract for a period of 3 years.
The salary for this post will be aligned to LA Grade 6 Salary Scale commensurate with experience.
The National LSP Communications Coordinator (based in Meath Local Sports Partnership) will work together with the two Regional Communications Officers (1 based in Kilkenny Recreation & Sports Partnership, and 1 based in Clare Local Sports Partnership) and the LSP Communications Working Group to develop a national LSP Communications plan with a focus on key target groups underrepresented in sport.
The National LSP Communications Co-ordinator will have key role in leading, liaising with, and coordinating the work of the two regional LSP Communications Officers.
This national plan will contain key targets and indicators for measuring success of the communications plan. Individual LSP Communications plans will be developed or refined (if already in existence) from the National LSP Communications plan.
Please see Job & Person Specification and links to the application – National LSP Communications Coordinator Meath
Closing date for receipt of applications: Friday 20th May 2022
Candidates will be short-listed on the basis of information supplied in their application.
Meath Local Sports Partnership is an equal opportunities employer.
Regional LSP Communications Officers
Kilkenny Recreation Sports Partnership & Clare Local Sports Partnership wish to both recruit a Regional LSP Communications Officer.
Regional LSP Communications Officer position offered by both, Kilkenny Recreation Sports Partnership & Clare Local Sports Partnership will be a full-time fixed term contract for a period of 3 years.
The salary for the position will be aligned to LA Grade 5 Salary Scale commensurate with experience.
The Regional LSP Communications Officer (hosted locally in Kilkenny LSP and Clare LSP respectively) will work together along with the National LSP Communications Coordinator and the National LSP Communications Working Group to develop a national LSP Communications plan with a focus on key target groups underrepresented in sport.
The officer appointed will have key role in leading & liaising with the LSP’s in the following regions in order to communicate the progress of the project:
- Kilkenny RSP will liaise with LSP`s in the wider Leinster region and Donegal, Cavan & Monaghan counties
- Regional LSP Communications Officer appointed in Clare LSP will liaise with LSP`s in the wider Munster and Connacht regions
The post holder will report to the National LSP Communications Coordinator and the National LSP Communications Working Group on issues relating to the programme development and delivery, in line with LSP policy.
To apply for any of the posts and for full information, please see the links below.
Closing Date Friday 20th May 2022
BACKGROUND TO LSP COMMUNICATIONS PROJECT
The Sport Ireland Participation Plan (2021-2024) outlines the approach that will be taken to realise the sports participation commitments in the National Sports Policy (NSP) 2018-2027. A clear priority identified in the Participation Plan is to “develop and invest in evidence informed participation communications plan and campaign to promote sports participation” while also recognising the commitment in the Sport Ireland strategy to “develop and implement a communications campaign to target specific population groups”.
In order to advance the various communications commitments contained in the National Sports Policy, Sport Ireland Strategy, Participation Plan and LSP Insights report an LSP communications project fund is established.
Sligo Pétanque welcome the Cavan club to Mitchell Curley Park over Easter.
Drop in style sessions, so you can come to just one or come to them all. Suitable for beginners of all ages, learn the basics and build your skills to orienteer.
Join us for our green gym programme taking place outdoors at Doorly Park!
Sligo City Boxing return from Castlrea with two Connacht Champions.