Keeping Active

Keeping active – keeping active and being outdoors even during the winter, looking after your physical health can help your mental health and wellbeing

Monaghan Sports Partnership has launched a number of #BeActive initiatives that encourage people to be active or stay active during this time and has some support programmes for different population groups in our Community including older adults, children and families, general public;

Check out the Sport Ireland Website for further details on keeping active‘.

Monaghan Sports Partnerships shares regular information online in relation to staying active through its Facebook page at www.facebook.com/monaghansportspartnership

All classes will be delivered online via the platform Zoom. Please see attached flier for more information. Pre-registration is essential. For more information or to register visit: https://monaghansportspartnerhip.eventbrite.ie/

 
Your Personal Best:
Join a community of like-minded individuals who are working together to say “no more excuses”. Find #YourPersonalBest this November.
Learn more and find tailored activity plans, workouts, tips and more at: www.sportireland.ie
When exercising, please adhere to Government guidelines in relation to Covid-19

Monaghan County Council has decided to reserve access to the following parks from 9.30 to 11am each day for cocooners and the medically vulnerable.

Monaghan Town, Greenway

Monaghan Town, Peter’s lake

Clones, McGuigan Park

Ballybay, Lakeside Park

Carrickmacross, Convent Walk

We ask the other users of these parks to avoid using the parks at these times each day.

Thank you

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