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wlr_intro_image1West Limerick Resources is a community development organisation working to achieve positive change in the lives of people and groups in West Limerick.

Our efforts are directed at building a stronger community through the enhancement of personal and community identity, values, places, structure and services.

About Us
West Limerick Resources is committed to the community. Our goal is to effect sustainable improvement in the factors – rural, urban and social – that contribute to disadvantage in West Limerick.




Since our establishment in 1993, we have administered over €18 million in development funds which have been used to support to a wide variety of projects varying from education supports, to community enhancement projects to enterprise development with all offering a valuable contribution to the identity, values and strength of the community.

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Our Catchment Area
West Limerick Resources covers a catchment area of approximately 520 square miles in the west of county Limerick with a population of 64, 586 (2006 Census).





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Contact Us
t: 069 62222
e: info@wlr.ie


St Mary’s Road
Newcastle West
Co. Limerick

CRO 206973
RCN 20032746

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FREE biodiversity course happening in West Limerick. An awesome opportunity to learn hands on about everything to do with local biodiversity and how best to protect it & nurture it🌲🌸🐞🌱🌼

Wild Work Training Programme, Various Locations around West Limerick, May to July 2022

Join us for a FREE 12-week Wild Work Training Programme where you can learn all about biodiversity and nature, out in nature, in a location close to where you live.

Designed by expert ecologists, the training programme integrates the use of innovative virtual and augmented technologies with practical outdoor classroom and on-line learning modules to help trainees to focus on how best to support local biodiversity and experience mental and physical health benefits as a result of taking part in positive environmental actions.

The training will comprise six core biodiversity training modules which will explore the Irish landscape and biodiversity features. See time schedules and locations below:


The list of modules can be found on the link to the website below.


Registration for the free Wild Work Training Programme is open online at www.wildwork.ie/west-limerick/

Any questions contact Maeve or Caitriona in West Limerick Resources info@wlr.ie

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Understanding trauma and supporting the needs of people fleeing war and or persecution.

This is a very useful webinar for frontline staff, but in fact it is for everybody, giving a greater understanding of trauma and how best we can support people fleeing war and persecution. Please find below, a link to the recording of the training, short videos screened during the training and a directory of resources.


• World Vision - Impact of war on children - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dG8qrqCDOmU

• Monica Sheehan – Be Happy - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wbpbYE_hV0s

Directory of Resources https://hse.ie/eng/about/…

Thanks to National Social Inclusion Office - HSE for this webinar
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Solar Room - Askeaton Community Centre

This Thursday, May 19th sees the official launch of the Solar Room in the Askeaton Community Centre on May 19th. The Solar Room is a collaborative initiative between our SICAP programme, Limerick Youth Service and Foróige GYDP with support from members of the Askeaton Agency and Community Forum.

The name Solar was cleverly decided upon by the young people in Askeaton. Solar has two possible origins: it may derive from the Latin word solaris meaning sun, as it was often the room with the brightest aspect or it also has meaning as the room, that provided privacy for its occupants with comfort and status!!

The room, which will service as a focal point for projects and collaborative initiatives for the benefit of the Community will be officially launched at 4pm. If you are free, please drop in and say hello, and see the room and meet the staff from the three services who will be there on the day to tell you more.

This initiative is a collaboration between Foróige, Limerick Youth Service and SICAP. The Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme (SICAP) 2018-2022 is funded by the Irish Government through the Department of Rural and Community Development and co-funded by the European Social Fund under the Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning (PEIL) 2014-2020.
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