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SARURE : A video summary of of the Sarure project in Freyburg,Germany

SARURE is an Interreg Europe project to which Sligo County Council is partnered.  It is an inter-regional cooperation project which is tasked with improving policies aimed at SME competitiveness.  The project is led by the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services of Teruel (Spain) and we are joined by partners from Burgenlandkreis (Germany), Western Macedonia (Greece), Aragon (Spain), South Karelia (Finland), South Warmia (Poland) and  Soderhamn (Sweden). The project is funded by the European Development Fund has a total of value of €1.38M and will run from June of this year until November of 2022.  Sligo County Council has been approved for funding of €169,112 under the programme.  The ‘SARURE – Saving Rural Retail’ project is based around producing policy interventions aimed at supporting rural retailers, thereby reducing the level of commercial vacancy in our rural towns.  The project is focused on Tubbercurry and South Sligo, and programme includes a schedule of meetings with key stakeholders, including Tubbercurry Chamber of Commerce, South & West Sligo Tourism, Aclare Development Council and Tubbercurry Old Fair Day Committee. In light of this remit, SARURE was delighted to partner with Smart Community South Sligo one of the organisers of the Grow Remote Conference in Tubbercurry on Tuesday 16th April 2019. The conference highlights the opportunities for job creation, energising Tubbercurry and South Sligo and attracting more people to work and live in the region.

Tubbercurry was represented by Geraldine,Louise,Michael and Ray.

More information can be found on the Facebook page

https://www.facebook.com/SaveRuralRetail/

TABLE TENNIS COURSE

From: Denise Mc Dermott <denise@sligosportandrecreation.ie>

Subject: Table Tennis Coaching Course

 

Message Body:

Hi,

 

I am contacting you regarding an upcoming Introductory Table Tennis Coaching Course. Two if these courses will be delivered by Jing Yi from Table Tennis Ireland in 2 locations in Sligo. The first course will be held in Sligo Grammar School from 6-9pm on Friday the 12th of April and the second course will be held in Bunninadden Sports and Leisure Centre on Saturday the 13th of April from 10-1pm. The course is just 3 hours in total and will involve the basics of Table Tennis such as the rules, how to hold the bat properly, the scoring system and overall how to coach Table Tennis at a basic level. You do not need to be an excellent Table Tennis player yourself to complete the course.

 

This course is targeted at teachers, community people, parents, Table Tennis players etc. with the aim of increasing participation levels in Table Tennis and maybe starting up some Table Tennis clubs/social groups etc. in Sligo. The course is available to anyone 16 years and over.

 

The course is subsidised to €20 and there are limited places available.

 

To book your place please complete the Table Tennis Coaching Course Application Form which is available on the Sligo Sport and Recreation Partnership  website and return with the fee to the specified address.

 

For more information please contact Denise at denise@sligosportandrecreation.ie or on 071 91 61511.

 

Kind regards,

 

Denise

 

Denise Mc Dermott

Sports Development Officer

Sligo Sport and Recreation Partnership

Mayo Sligo Leitrim ETB

Quay Street

Sligo

 

Tele: 071 91 61511

Email: denise@sligosportandrecreation.ie

Web: http://www.sligosportandrecreation.ie

Sligo PPN

 

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    @SligoPPN

 

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