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No Name Club Dunboyne

Dunboyne will soon be served with a No Name Club and a public meeting in the Meath town has been organised to introduce people to the youth organisation. The meeting is being held at Dunboyne Community Centre, Station Road, on Wednesday November 24th at 8pm. It will provide people with an overview of the No Name Club and explain the purpose of the organisation. Attending the gathering will be Anthony McCormack, No Name Club Development Manager and Joan Troy, the organisation’s training officer for the Meath region.

Anthony McCormack, No Name Club Development Manager says: “We’ve made contact with a number of people in Dunboyne who are extremely interested in setting up a club in their town so that activities can be created for their 15-18 year olds in a safe environment free from the influences of alcohol or other drugs. Talking to people in Dunboyne, the word on the street is the young people could be provided with more activities to do within their community and the No Name Club aims to address that issue and help the young of the community create activities for themselves.”

No Name Clubs are established in Athboy and Kells and are among 45 across Ireland. As well as Dunboyne, the organisation would also be interested in establishing other clubs within the county and be happy to hear from anyboy who might have an interest in getting involved with the organisation. Anyone interested in attending the meeting or helping with the Dunboyne club can contact Anthony at 087 2865073.