Proceeds shared between Carnmore Camogie Club & Rosedale Special Needs School, Renmore
Carnmore GAA Grounds
12 noon–2pm on Sunday, 23rd September 2012
Carnmore Camogie Club
Carnmore Camogie Club was founded in 1998 when it had 27 players. It has grown steadily over the years and currently has 160 players/ members registered. In the early years the club mainly fielded teams in the Juvenile Section and added an adult team in 2002. The club currently fields teams from U-8s to intermediate level and has won two provincial championships, eight county championships and ten city leagues. Several players from the club have played for the county. The club are delighted to be associated with Rosedale School for this years fundraising walk.
Rosedale Special Needs School
Rosedale School is situated in Woodlands Centre, Renmore, Galway, and was established as a Child education and Development Centre in 1993 under the Brothers of Charity and in 1998 went into partnership with the department of education and Skills. they provide an educational service for students aged 3-18 years with severe learning disabilities in Galway City and the wider community. Some of the students have additional physical disabilities, some have additional challenging behaviour and some have significant medical problems. The school are always striving to provide their pupils with appropriate up-to-date equipment and opportunities and always appreciate any donations. They are currently hoping to update all of their music and p.e. equipment. Investment in IT, Music therapy and access to the community are ongoing projects. These projects will ensure that their pupils access the most suitable and up-to-date equipment to enable them to participate in the holistic curriculum provided by the school.