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Carlow Mental Health

This website is run by Carlow Mental Health Association to promote positive mental health and help connect people in Carlow to local and national support services

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‘Remembering Those We Have Lost’ – Facebook Live event

The month of November is coming to a close and in Ireland we have great tradition of remembering our dead in this month in particular. Our November Remembrance Board has given people the opportunity to share their thoughts and memories of loved ones. Rita will chat with Kathleen about why we like to remember those we […]

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Social Prescribing Explained

‘Social Prescribing Explained’ with Sinead Fox: online Facebook live event

What exactly is Social Prescribing and how can a social prescription make a difference to your overall health and well-being? Join Olive from Carlow Mental Health Association as she chats with Sinéad Fox, Social Prescribing Coordinator, and current participants in the programme, to find out what Social Prescribing is all about: who can get involved […]

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My Thoughts, My understanding, Fr. John Dunphy

‘My Thoughts, my Understanding’ with Fr. John Dunphy: online Facebook Live Event

Fr. John Dunphy, a well-known local figure, is the P.P. in Graiguecullen, Carlow. He is recognised for his work in establishing St Clare’s Hospitality Food Kitchen in 2013 to combat the ongoing needs of families in the Carlow, Graiguecullen and Killeshin areas, and is a member of Carlow College, St Patrick’s Governing Body 2021-2024. A […]

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Activator Poles

Mensana Fest Activator Poles: outdoor event

Suitable for all abilities, walking poles will help you maintain proper posture, especially in the upper back, and may help to strengthen upper back muscles. Walking poles assist you by reducing the impact on your joints when walking. The benefits of Outdoor Activator Poles are: Full-Body Workout, Pain Relief, Balance, Mental Health, Core Strengthening, Walking Success, […]

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