Liam Slevin has been a participant on Westmeath Community Development’s Rural Social Scheme in Ballymore graveyard since February 2015.
Westmeath Community Development's 'Here Comes the Girls' Programme was featured in an article in the Irish Times yesterday, 27/07/2020. We're very proud of this programme and you can read about some of the work that's been done by it below.
#HaveYourSay on the Draft Litter Management Plans for the Mullingar-Kinnegad and Athlone-Moate Municipal Districts.
Notice is hereby given under Section 10 of the Litter Pollution Act 1997 that Westmeath County Council is proposing to make Litter Management Plans 2020-2022 for the Municipal District of Athlone-Moate and the Municipal District of Mullingar-Kinnegad.
A copy of the draft plans will be available for a period of one month for public inspection from Monday 29th June to Wednesday 29th July 2020.
Westmeath Community Development are offering short online funding workshops with a particular focus on the Community Enhancement Programme (CEP) 2020, which is currently open for applications. (Closing date for application of CEP funding is 5.00pm Friday August 7th).
The workshops will be offered using the Zoom format. Hubert Rooney and Sharon Timothy will be the facilitators. Each session is expected to last between 60 and 90 minutes and will include tips on filling out the application forms.
Community groups will have the option of taking part in one of two timeslots:
- 21/07/2020 - Tuesday @ 3.00 p.m.
- 22/07/2020 - Wednesday @ 11.00 a.m.
The Community Employment (CE) programme is designed to help people who are long-term unemployed and\or in receipt of a Social Welfare payment to get back to work by offering part-time and temporary placements in jobs based within local communities. Westmeath Community Development currently has the following posts for the CE programme.
Please click on the links under the posts to get more info.
Admin Support Worker - Athlone - CE Scheme x 2 posts