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LAPWD Building , Mohill

Wednesdays 2-4pm

Starting September 13th

Gospel, Pop, Sacred, Folk And Ballads

We do a bit of everything. Learn easy

Harmonies, strengthen your voice and have fun,

Everyone welcome.

€5 per session

Contact Sarah Garden0877620523


www.sarahgarden.ieYoga With Denise is also starting dates to follow

Call for information


Can I use my mother's Disabled Person's Parking Permit if I'm doing an errand for her?


The disabled persons parking permit can only be used by the person to whom it is issued. The permit shows the name and photograph of the person it has been issued to and you cannot use it unless that person is with you.  The permit allows the holder of the permit to use the public parking spaces that are specifically assigned for vehicles being used by a person with a disability.  These spaces or parking bays have the wheelchair symbol painted on the ground or have a sign with the wheelchair symbol displayed. Most accessible parking bays are located near amenities such as shops and schools.  Car parking spaces with the wheelchair symbol are usually wider that most other car parking spaces to enable drivers or passengers with a disability to get form their car seat to their wheelchair.  A disabled person's parking permit is only issued to a person with a disability. The parking permit can be used by the person with the disability for any vehicle they are travelling in.  This means that a person with a disability being driven at different times by different people can bring the parking permit and display it in whichever vehicle they are using.  The disabled person's permit is administered by the disabled drivers association of Ireland (DDAI) and the Irish Wheelchair Association ( IWA). Both organisations provide details information on using the disabled person's permit.

Irish wheelchair Association

Fun run for IWA

Leitrim road Race- 5K

Saturday 1 July 2017 @ 11Am

Calling all runners, walkers, buggies and wheelchair users to join us on our first ever IWA 5K fun Run, Taking place at 11Am in carrick on Shannon registration from 10am in the IWA centre carrick on Shannon located opposite aldi. Refreshments afterwards in the IRISH WHEELCHAIR ASSOCIATION centre. All mone raised will be staying locally in Leitrim and will go towards the purchase of a new bus for our centre.

The run starts on the castlecarra road turning left up summerhill and back onto Dublin road and turning left onto the caslecarra road once again.

Entry per person €10

For more information call JEANETTE on 0719155522 or 0879864818

Sponsorship cards also available

Bundoran Holiday Centre                        

St Vincent de Paul


Co. Donegal                                               

Do you know someone who needs a holiday?

 Bundoran Holiday Centre provides holidays to those that need a well deserved break in a relaxing, safe and caring environment at an affordable price. A holiday away from the stresses and strains of everyday life can be something to look forward to in difficult times. 

Bundoran Holiday Centre is available and open to all individuals, families, clubs and associations. We are now taking bookings for the summer season. Should you feel that any of your clients or service users need or would benefit from a holiday, we are here and will be more than Happy to Help.

Please find attached our brochure. if you have any questions or queries, please do not hesitate to contact me.


Yours sincerely

Georgina Fox


 ( 00353 )  087 2434528


 A short video here gives some information

Hello all,

I’m writing to you to let you know about the part time, online options for Disability Studies / Disability Equality Studies in St Angela’s college in Sligo. I would be very grateful if you would consider sharing this with anyone that you think might be interested – we particularly want to encourage applications from disabled people. The options may also appeal to people working for, or living with disabled people and those working in the disability sector who aren’t currently in a position to take on a full-time programme of education. Community development practitioners may also be interested in the options.

We have created several study options, all commence in September 2017;

Option 1 - Students wishing to ‘test the waters’ of third level education can opt to take one key Stand-alone Module, without committing to a programme with an academic award (

Option 2 – Students wishing to gain an academic award, can enrol onto the Certificate in Disability Studies programme, which involves taking two modules of part-time study, the certificate can be completed within a year ( Certificate in Disability Studies).

Option 3 – We also offer students the opportunity to undertake the Bachelor of Arts in Disability Equality Studies; a four-year part-time programme of study. After successfully completing 2 years of study, students may choose to leave with a Diploma in Disability Equality Studies (BA (Disability Equality Studies) Programme ).

Sing together class in lapwd Mohill by Sarah Garden


The Mohill Sing Together group meets weekly on Wednesdays at 2pm in Leitrim Association of People with Disabilities centre. Over the few short weeks the group  have built a repertoire of popular songs and ballads as well as harmony songs and rounds facilitated by Sarah Garden.


Kevin Mcgill,chairperson of LAPWD said “The Mohill Sing Together social singing group started in January and has been going from strength to strength. Sing Together provides an uplifting social outing for anyone whether they are retired, living with a disability or  simply enjoys a good old fashioned sing song with others.


Sarah Garden of Sing Together said, “Bringing the community together through the medium of song is what Sing Together is all about. Singing has been scientifically proven to lift the mind and energise the body. Everyone has a voice and singing truly inclusive activity bringing joy to everyone who participates. At this event new friendships were formed as result of Singing Together.’

Visit Sarah Garden web page on the following :


LAPWD is closed on the 17th of march 2017 for the St patricks Day Holiday and will reopen normal on Monday the 20th of march.

Here are just afew of the parades that are on around Leitrim on the 17th of March 2017:

Mohill @ 4pm

Carrick on Shannon @ 12.45pm

Fenagh @ 2pm

Ballinamore @ 3.30pm

Manorhamilton @ 5.30pm

Lapwd would like to wish all members and friends a very happy and safe St. Patrick Day enjoy the bank holiday weekend.

Charity Number: 12005

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