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Congrats to the 2017 National Youth Award Winners

News and Events

Public Health Alcohol Bill Saves Lives

  Special Rapporteur on Child Protection highlights to the Oireachtas the ‘unpalatable truth’ of Ireland’s relationship with alcohol.

Congratulations to Isabel Read for her prize winning blog

Congrats Isabel Naas No Name! Club member Isabel Read has won the Xhale article competition for her detailed insight into her clubs positive experience in the Irish Cancer Society’s X-Hale Short Film Competition earlier this year. X-HALE is an Irish Cancer Society initiative that aims to prevent young people from smoking through educating and empowering young people, youth leaders and educators.  Each year, youth clubs from all over Ireland are given the opportunity to have their say about smoking and to make ...Learn more...

SuperTalent 2017 Results

No Name! Club 2017 National SuperTalent Competition took place in the Lime Tree Theatre in Limerick on Saturday 27th of May. The Talent competition saw young people from across the country see hours of rehearsal and practice come to fruition over the weekend. With its wide ranging categories that include playing instruments, singing, dancing, comedy or creating a film,  No Name! Club SuperTalent competition allows teenagers from communities across Ireland to showcase their talents. Grainne Fleming, Executive Programme Manager explains. ...Learn more...

Finglas Celebrates 25 Years

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Finglas No Name! Club and to celebrate this momentous occasion, the club decided to host a special re-union evening to acknowledge this great milestone.     On the evening of Monday 22nd May, past members and special guests were invited to the Beneavin De La Salle College in Finglas for an evening of entertainment and food as the club looked back at some of its major moments over the past 25 years.  The special event was hosted ...Learn more...

2017 Host and Hostess of the Year

    Congratulations to Jonathan Dunne and Mary O Sullivan, winners of the 2017 Host and Hostess of the Year Awards.       We are delighted to announce the winners of the 2017 National Youth Awards which were held on Saturday the 6th of May in the Lyrath Estate Hotel, Kilkenny.  The event saw Finglas No Name! Club member Jonathan Dunne take the Host of the Year Award and Killarney No Name! Club member Mary O Sullivan winning the Hostess of the Year Award. ...Learn more...

Youth Awards Finalists on Air

A number of our 2017 National Youth Awards Finalists were interviewed by their local radio stations to speak about their experience in the No Name! Club and about their upcoming Awards Night.  You can listen back to their interviews below;   On  Friday 5th May, Eoin Bohane from Dungarvan No Name! Club was interviewed on the Waterford  Local Radio.        On Friday 28th April, Rachal O Malley from Louisburgh No Name! Club was interview on the Castlebar Community Radio.         On Thursday the 27th April, ...Learn more...

South Sligo No Name! Club Get Creative

                                  Hosts and Hostesses from South Sligo No Name! Club got creative helping out with a graffiti project at Teach Laighne in Tubbercurry, along with other various clubs and committees within the community. The Hosts and Hostesses contributed ideas for Marion the graffiti artist, and helped out with the spray painting on the day. Well done to everyone involved, we can all agree that the ...Learn more...

Killarney No Name Club – Dancing that makes a difference

Killarney No Name Club believes in Dancing that makes a difference. Killarney No Name Club host numerous discos throughout the year, with the proceeds from the discos being donated to local, worthwhile charities. Below Killarney No Name Club deliver a cheque, with the proceeds raised from their recent disco to Home from Home, an after school respite service for children and young people with intellectual and physical disabilities across county Kerry.  Below, Killarney No Name Club present a cheque, with the proceeds ...Learn more...
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