Events

WRAP-Wellness Recovery Action Plan

The Wellness Recovery Action Plan® or WRAP®, is a self-designed prevention and wellness process that anyone can use to get well, stay well and make their life the way they want it to be. This programme will take place in the beautiful surroundings of Listoke House on the outskirts of Drogheda on Thursday 5th & 12th of August from 9:30-3pm. Lunch and transport will be provided. €5 registration fee. 

Connect Community Day. Family Quizmaster Challenge 

Join us on 27th July on McArdle Green from 3-5pm for a fun, fast paced digital family quiz challenge. Teams of 6-8 ppl. No more than 4 adults per team. Hot food will be provided. This event is weather dependant. €5 registration fee per team.  Registration via facebook

Moneymore Remembrance Event

20th July at 7pm at the Connect House. Connect FRC will once again be supporting the community to run this special annual event to remember loved ones. Please contact a member of staff if there is a poem or prayer that you would like to read at the event. 

Volunteer Appreciation Event

Connect FRC will be showing and acknowledging our huge appreciation to our volunteers at the Connect House from 10-12pm on 10th August. This is also an opportunity for others to attend if they would meet our volunteers and hear first-hand about the type of work our volunteers support the Connect team with and if they would like information in how to become a volunteer themselves.  

Annual Cable & Connect FRC Community Event

Join the Cable & Connect Teams on 10th August on McArdle Green from 4-6pm. Entertainment and hot food will be provided. Details to be announced on facebook shortly. Registration essential and event will adhere to all COVID safety guidelines.  

Moneymore Film Project 'Around the Corner'

This short film was launched via zoom on 1st July and now available to view on Facebook.  It is a reflective piece of work: Remembering Covid-19 and how it affected people in different ways. This short film shows people from all age groups and the talk about their experiences. It shows a community helping each other out in times of need. Please, watch, like and share. Funded by Louth LEADER Partnerships SICAP Programme in collaboration with Healthy Ireland’s Switching Off and Being Creative pillar with support from the Droichead Arts Centre. 



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