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Agenda JPC Meeting 6th September 2019 (Document)

Agenda JPC Meeting 6th September 2019
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Minutes JPC Meeting 15th February 2019 (Document)

Minutes JPC Meeting 15th February 2019
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Minutes JPC Meeting 30th November 2019 (Document)

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Minutes JPC Meeting 14th September 2018 (Document)

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Minutes JPC Meeting 27th April 2018 (Document)

Minutes JPC Meeting 27th April 2018
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Minutes JPC Meeting 26th January 2018 (Document)

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Agenda JPC Meeting 15th February 2019 (Document)

Agenda JPC Meeting 15th February 2019
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Agenda JPC Meeting 30th November 2018 (Document)

Agenda JPC Meeting 30th November 2018
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Agenda JPC Meeting 14th September 2018 (Document)

Agenda JPC Meeting 14th September 2018
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Agenda JPC Meeting 27th April 2018 (Document)

Agenda JPC Meeting 27th April 2018
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Agenda JPC Meeting 26th January 2018 (Document)

Agenda JPC Meeting 26th January 2018
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Social Inclusion Awareness Week 2019

As part of a National Social Inclusion Awareness Week, Mayo LCDC Social Inclusion and Community Development Working Group along with the relevant stakeholders organised Mayo Social Inclusion Awareness Week and put together a brochure of over 40 events which took place throughout Mayo from October 14th- 20th 2019. As part of the week a video highlighting Mayo Social Inclusion Awareness Week events was produced and this was showcased on iTV Mayo numerous times during February 2020.

Please see a short video of a range of events held.

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4J4IkKGsZZo

For further details of Social Inclusion Awareness week email aronayne@mayococo.ie

Social Inclusion Awareness Week 2019 - Report (Document)

To view the report please see link below.
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Healthy Ireland Community Mental Health

 

 

Small Grants Scheme 2020

 

Mayo Local Community Development Committee (LCDC) invites applications from community and voluntary organisations for the newly established Healthy Ireland Community Mental Health Small Grant Scheme 2020

Healthy Ireland is a government led initiative aimed at improving the health and wellbeing of everyoneliving in Ireland. Now in its 3rd year, the ‘Healthy Ireland Fund’ provides funding to - local organisations to deliver actions which will improve health and wellbeing in line with Healthy Ireland, A Framework for Improved Health and Wellbeing 2013 – 2025.

The Grant Scheme is available to not -for- profit local community groups, voluntary and sporting Organisations which promote positive mental health. Eligible activities include…

  • Creative arts programmes
  • Play programmes / Infant and children’s mental health initiatives
  • Family support projects
  • Educational initiatives / Mental Health training through partnerships

 

  • The Scheme offers small grants for projects with a minimum spend of €2000 and up to a maximum of €5000 
  • Funding is exclusively for programme activity under the Healthy Ireland theme of Mental Health

 Completed Applications should be returned by email to community@mayococo.ie or by post to:  

Healthy Ireland Co-ordinator, Mayo County Council, Mayo House, Moneen Road, Castlebar

Co Mayo, F23 N504

Closing date for receipt of applications is 4pm Friday 20th March 2020. Applications will not be considered after this date.

*Note: Mayo LCDC is a subcommittee of Mayo County Council.

Healthy Ireland Community Mental Health - Application Form (Document)

Healthy Ireland Community Mental Health - Application Form
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Healthy Ireland Community Mental Health - Guidelines (Document)

Healthy Ireland Community Mental Health - Guidelines
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Town & Village Renewal Scheme 2019


Mayo County Council invites towns and villages within the county to submit Expressions of Interest for inclusion in the Town & Village Renewal Scheme 2019.

The Town & Village Renewal Scheme is funded by the Department of Rural and Community Development. It is a key part of the Action Plan for Rural Development and is one of a range of measures designed to support the revitalisation of rural Ireland under the Government’s Project Ireland 2040 Rural Regeneration Programme.

The main focus of the Scheme will be on public-realm type activities and the enhancement of town centre amenities. Measures to encourage town centre living will also be welcome.

Only one application for any individual town or village can be submitted.

Applicants are encouraged to read the scheme outline prior to completing the Expression of Interest Form.

The Expression of Interest Form and scheme outline is available on www.mayococo.ie and on www.mayo.ie  or by contacting the Community Engagement Section.

Completed Expression of Interest Forms should be submitted to Community Engagement, Mayo County Council, Mayo House Moneen, Moneen Rd., Castlebar Co. Mayo or by email to community@mayococo.ie.

This scheme is currently closed.

If you have any queries, please contact Community Engagement by email community@mayococo.ie or by phone 094-9064341.

Please find outline and expression of interest forms below:

Town & Village Renewal Scheme 2019 Outline

Town & Village Renewal Scheme 2019 Expression of Interest

Town & Village Renewal Scheme 2019 Outline_Gaeilge

Town & Village Renewal Scheme 2019 Expression of Interest_Gaeilge

 

Community Enhancement Programme 2019

 

Community Enhancement Programme 2019

Mayo Local Community Development Committee, working with Mayo County Council on behalf of the Department of Rural and Community Development invites applications for inclusion in the Community Enhancement Programme 2019.

The programme is targeted towards enhancing community facilities for individuals and communities that are impacted by disadvantage as identified in the Local Economic Community Plan. Funding is for capital projects only and projects should demonstrate added value.

The programme will offer grants under the following two categories;

Category 1

Small scale capital projects up to a maximum of €1,000

Category 2

A limited number of medium scale capital projects will be considered for funding up to a maximum of €20,000

Application forms and guidelines are available on mayococo.ie and mayo.ie or by calling the Community Engagement Section of Mayo County Council on 094 9064397.  Applicants are encouraged to read the application guidelines prior to completing the application form.

Completed Applications should be returned by email to community@mayococo.ie or by post to Community Engagement, Mayo County Council, Áras on Chontae, The Mall, Castlebar, Co. Mayo.

This scheme is currently closed.

Please see Application Guidelines and Application Form links below:

CEP 2019 Application Guidelines

CEP 2019 Application Form

http://www.mayococo.ie/en/media/Media,29142,en.pdf

CLÁR 2019


The CLÁR funding scheme is a targeted investment programme for rural areas that aims to provide funding for small infrastructural projects in areas that experience disadvantage.

Funding is available for the following measures:

Measure 1    Support for Schools/Community Safety Measures such as:

Measure 2    Schools/ Community Play Areas (including MUGAs)

Measure 3   Community Wellbeing Supports, comprising:

  • First Response Support
  • Mobility and Cancer Care Transport
  • Sensory Gardens

Expressions of Interest for Measures 1, 2 and 3c must be submitted to Community & Integrated Development, Mayo County Council, Cedar House, Moneen, Castlebar, Co Mayo or by email to community@mayococo.ie.

Measure 3a and 3b applications must be submitted directly to the Department of Rural and Community Development.

Please note only 15 projects under Measure 1 and 2 will be shortlisted by Mayo County Council. Please refer any queries to the Community & Integrated Development Section, Mayo County Council on 094 9064397 or community@mayococo.ie.

The following are the minimum criteria for qualification:

  1. Match funding is available and ringfenced for the project.
  2. All necessary permissions are in place.
  3. Evidence of ownership/lease is available (if applicable).
  4. The facility is/will be open to the public without appointment.
  5. The project conforms to the LECP and/or other local or regional plans.
  6. No funding has been allocated for the same project from any other sources.

 

Full scheme details available here:

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This scheme is currently closed.

Celebrating our communities on Mayo Day

National Community Weekend 4th – 6th May 2019

Mayo Day, the day dedicated to the celebration of the culture, vibrant communities and unquenchable spirit of Co Mayo, returns for its fifth year on Saturday 4th May 2019.

Mayo Day, Mayo Local Community Development Committee and the Department of Rural and Community Development’s National Community Weekend initiative have funding available for community events taking place from May 4th – 6th 2019.

We’re inviting communities to get involved by organising a local event under the theme of Mayo Day

Mayo Day and National Community Weekend are about connecting with neighbours and friends, strengthening relationships that are already established, opening new lines of communication to one another and fostering inclusivity for everyone.

There are many types of events that you can arrange from a Mayo Day ‘Street-feast’ to a coffee morning in the local Community Centre, a story-telling night, a sing-song or poetry reading, a performance or workshop.  The ways you can get involved in the name of Mayo Day and National Community Weekend are endless.

Typical grants will be in the €100 – €400 range per event.  If a community group has a larger initiative in mind, please contact us at community@mayococo.ie or at 094 9064397 to explore your idea further.  Applications for Irish language events are particularly welcome.

This scheme is currently closed.

Pride of Place Awards 2018

County Mayo community groups were honoured at the annual IPB Pride of Place awards held in Cork City Hall on Saturday evening (November 17).

Balla lifted the best Urban Neighbourhood/Village with a population between 300 and 1000 with the Erris branch of the Irish Wheelchair Association coming runners up in the Community Wellbeing Initiative category.

Mayo was represented by three projects at the awards – Balla, Erris IWA and Céide Coast Community Tourism project. All three were nominated earlier in the year by Mayo County Council.

Representatives from all three projects were among the 800 strong crowd in City Hall, Cork.

Pride of Place is an annual all-island competition organised by Co-operation Ireland, IPB Insurance and Local Authority partners which acknowledges the work of communities all over the island of Ireland. Judging took place in August and consisted of a site visit to each location with presentations by community representatives of their achievements and tours of the areas.

Spokesperson and Head of Community Engagement for Mayo County Council, Ms Síofra Kilcullen, said ‘We are extremely proud of our three entries who work tirelessly to make their communities better places to live, work and visit. That work goes on every day, and are delighted to get a chance to acknowledge it through the Pride of Place Competition’

A big congratulations to all!‌

Pride of Place 2018 Balla

Pride of Place 2018 Erris

C Hession

25/03/2020 Just to note that Mayo County Council Community Engagement Office continues to open for business at Mayo House, Moneen, Castlebar throughout the evolving coronovirus situation and we are contactable during office hours to the public through the usual channels and via email on community@mayococo.ie.

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