Fairgreen National School 150yrs & Book Launch

Fairgreen National School celebrate 150 years Anniversary and will be launching a wonderful book to celebrate. Great activities over the weekend, come and along and support them.

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Project Belturbet

What is Project Belturbet?

There is a fresh optimism in town as a result of a newly formed broad based committee. Consisting of members from our local community groups and businesses.

Our intent is to deliver a sustainable future for Belturbet. Through a programme of future upgrades and improvements, this will promote and develop the town.

We have defined the following mission statement:

To engage in activities to promote and develop the town of Belturbet and its environs. To liaise with local organisations, government agencies and local authorities in order to administer projects designed to bring socio/economic benefits to the town of Belturbet.

How do we plan on achieving this?

The Project Belturbet committee meet regularly and are keen to have new people and any ideas brought to the table. Within the committee we form steering groups to co-ordinate future activities and projects. Projects happing at the moment include: youth café, signage, media hubs/apps and marketing ideas, CCTV, upgrading picnic areas and walks within Belturbet.

This is not just another committee…..It’s a Commitment to Belturbet!!!

At the moment we are updating a data base of all businesses and community groups in Belturbet. Do you want to be on the list? email projectbelturbet@gmail.com or send a private message to this page with your information or business card.

If you would like more information call Brendan Fay 049 9522274.

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Youth Service in Belturbet

Bounce Back Youth Service Is now providing Detached Youth work in Belturbet two evenings per week.
The detached youth work element of this service will be carried out by staff members of youth work Ireland by being present on the streets of Belturbet on key nights when we know the most at-risk young people are hanging around the streets.
Detached youth work is a distinct form of youth work, it uses the principles and practices of informal education to engage young people in constructive dialogue within a broad agenda of personal and social development. It seeks to work on and from young people’s “territory”, meaning detached youth workers work where young people have chosen to be, whether is on the streets or shopping centres.
Our detached youth workers will engage with young people on the streets and develop relationships with these young people. We provide confidential advice, information and support the following:
• Homelessness
• Education, Employment and training
• Sexual Health
• Drugs and alcohol use/misuse, including information on drugs and the law
• Crime diversion including anti-social behaviour and its consequences
• Counselling, dealing with issues such as stress and depression
• Family and peer issues.





Belturbet Fitness Strongman Event

This years Strongman charity event will be bigger & better than ever!

Come join us at Belturbet Fitness and watch our strongest men & women compete! BarBQ, bouncy castle, face painting, games and raffle for spot prizes! Join us for more celebrations & raffle in The Castle that evening! Music and dancing till the wee hours!! All proceeds going to Monaghan Rehabilitation!

Check out the event page on Facebook



Ladies Nite !

Ladies Night returns on Friday August 4th to The Widows Bar.
Red carpet entrance, complimentary cocktail reception, professional photographer, selfie booth, live band, drink promotions, prizes for the best dressed lady, headpiece and shoes, fortune teller, amazing raffle prizes and a VERY special guest on the night to get those pulses racing ladies!!
Get those glad rags ready and we look forward to welcoming you all on the night. Check out the event pae on Facebook.

Belturbet Festival of the Erne – Kids Tractor Run

The Belturbet Festival of the Erne is excited to announce we will be hosting our very first kids tractor run on Sunday 6th August, the theme is farmers and fairies, there will be prizes for best dressed farmer and for best dressed Fairy, all tractors must be registered at a cost of €2, proceeds will go to Ericas Fairy Forest in Cootehill. So Kiddies wash down those tractors for the big day as it will bring lots of entertainment, fun & prizes!
Registration info to follow at a later date. There is no law to say the wee farmers can park up their tractors after a good silage season and bring their trikes or go carts instead or even just to walk along with the rest, all in the name of a bit of fun so come along and enjoy the day.
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