Leixlip Youth and Community Centre

Serving the Community of Leixlip, Co Kildare

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North Kildare Junior Arch Club

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Come along for fun, friendship and exciting activities

  • Karaoke
  • Fancy Dress
  • Sports Day
  • St Patrick’s Ceili
  • Talent Contest
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Musical Tots
  • Easter Egg Hunt
  • Summer Day Trips
  • Gardening
  • Cake Decorating

Activities to suit all levels of ability.  Siblings welcome.

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Contact:

Una Tel :086 408 4857

or

Carol   Tel: 087 3252798

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North Kildare Junior Arch Club is part of the National Federation of Arch Clubs

About Arch Clubs

In 1976 a group of parents and friends came together to form a club in order to provide a social outlet for people with special needs in their local community.

Since then, various community groups around the country have also addressed the need for social inclusion for all and have formed their own Arch Club.

With Clubs meeting every week under the umbrella of The National Federation of Arch Clubs,  a registered charity (CHY 7031), we aim to enhance and enrich the lives of people with special needs and their families.

The National Federation has at present 50 community-based social-inclusion-for-all Arch Clubs, with up to 2,000 club members and nearly 1,000 volunteers. Up to 3,000 associated persons are involved nationwide – including parents, siblings, friends, drivers (bus, minibus, ambulance, car), professionals, social workers, community developers and committee members.

We have been in existence for 35 years and are a registered charity – CHY 7031


What we do

Leixlip Youth and Community Centre provides a purposes built centre for the youth and community of Leixlip. The centre provides a youth room, community hall, kitchen facilities and rooms to rent to the youth and community.

Youth club

If you are attending 5th/6th Class or Secondary School and live in Leixlip, we have a club for you. Check out the Youth Club page

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By: Rashid Azar