Wednesday, 4 October 2017

The Eden Programme - Accepting Applications

Please see the poster below on the upcoming Eden Programme taking place in the Carmelite Centre, Dublin 2.

Thursday, 28 September 2017

Poetry and Prose by Patrick Clifford

Gateway member and talented creative writer Patrick Clifford is launching his book 'Poetry and Prose' on Sunday 15th October in Cafe de Jour on Cork Street from 4.30pm-6.30pm.  See the cover of his book below. 

He would love for people to join him in celebrating his great achievement on the day.

If you would like any more information about the book or the launch you can contact Patrick on patcliff416@outlook.com.

World Mental Health Day in Gateway 2017

Gateway will be joining in celebrations around the world marking World Mental Health Day by  hosting a community well-being event.  Join us on Tuesday 10th October from 12pm-5pm for a celebration of community with music, storytelling, refreshments and more.

We are looking forward to meeting new friends and supporters so please help us to spread the word and bring along friends, family and others to share the day.


Monday, 25 September 2017

5,000 Steps to Wellbeing Walk - 14th Oct, 2pm in UCD

Changing the conversation about mental health and wellbeing, one step at a time.



Mental Health Ireland are hosting their 5,000 Steps to Wellbeing Walk on Sunday 14th October at 2pm in the leafy surrounds of University College Dublin (UCD), Belfield, Dublin 4.

The 5,000 Steps to Wellbeing Walk will incorporate the Five Ways to Wellbeing by concentrating on each of the five ways - Keep Learning, Take Notice, Be Active, Connect and Give - for each 1,000 steps.  Martin Rogan, CEO of mental Health Ireland said "Our walk will be an opportunity for people to come together to learn about the Five Ways to Wellbeing in a fun and interactive way.  It is our hope after the 4km route that everyone goes away feeling informed and more confident about their wellbeing."

The walk is open to people of all abilities and is buggy friendly.  Mental Health Ireland will have guest leaders joining the walk to inform walkers about each of the Five Ways.  Adults must register and pay €15 to take part and children under 16 walk free.  There is a €1.55 EventBrite admin fee also. Booking link here.

All donated money will support Mental Health Ireland's education, information and research projects.

The Five Ways to Wellbeing:
1. Keep Learning - Setting yourself a new challenge and learning new skills will make you more confident as well as being great fun.
2. Take Notice - Be aware of the world around you and how you are feeling and thinking.
3. Be Active - Any form of physical activity can help maintain wellbeing and good mental health.
4. Connect - By staying connected and nurturing these relationships we feel happier and more secure, giving a better sense of purpose.
5. Give - Seeing yourself and your happiness linked to the wider community can be incredibly rewarding and create connectedness with the people around you.


Thursday, 21 September 2017

D12 Craft Fair

  D12 forum by Gateway Project on Scribd

Gateway Does Culture Night in Cathal Brugha Barracks


Don't forget to come and join us at Cathal Brugha Barracks, Rathmines to celebrate this Culture Night, Friday 22nd September 5pm-9pm . Gateway will host a tent at the Barracks (tent 7 - see map below) and also display part of the Gateway Art Exhibition as part of a whole host of activities such as bands, talks and installations that will run throughout the night.  Come along, say hello and enjoy the festivities. For more information see the link below.







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