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LMETB Education & Training Network Newsletter


Meath Education & Training Network Newsletter

We have had many new requests from Women and Men who have recently moved to Navan area so I hope the below will help you find some clubs that may help with building a new group of friends. You will also find loads of great courses and events taking place.

If you need assistance please feel free to contact us on Freefone number 1800 991 898 and we will direct you to the correct service/course.


Part- Time Courses/Events/Services


A ‘men’s shed’ is a community based project, where men can come together to learn, share skills and make long-lasting friendships together.  To find your nearest Shed -

Navan Contact Names:

Christopher Reilly; Alan Brady  Mobile number   087 2312 142; 086 811 3367


Navan Women’s Shed - Claremont, Navan -

So far, women in the group range from early twenties all the way up to their eighties. We are mothers, daughters, nieces, aunts, and grandmothers. Women all coming together for a common goal and a cup of tea. We will give women the opportunity to participate in various activities such as self-defence classes, car maintenance, sewing, special guest talks, and much more.

Our logo is a bunch of yellow roses. A yellow rose is a symbol of friendship. Yellow roses with their sunshine colour show the joy and happiness that friends bring into our lives, and as such, the yellow rose is a very appropriate symbol for our group.

If any women are interested in joining the group you can join through the Facebook page Navan Women’s Shed.

We would like to invite you on our exciting journey to support the Women of Navan to reach their full potential. If you would like more  you can email us at [email protected] or call Rita on 0876306448


Meath Ladies Meet and Greet is a private group on Facebook . If you are interested in join click this link  - Currently they have a poll up on suggestions of how the group should meet.

Check out your local library for loads of great free groups.

Meath Partnership in conjunction with Age Action provide free 1-1 digital skills tutoring courses every Monday in our Kells office from 11am to 1pm. If you are interested in learning how to navigate your way through the digital world, please contact Angela on 086 8390448 or email [email protected]

Fantastic website put together by Charlotte Byrne, Educational Officer, Irish Refugee Council.  If you are a Refugees or International Protection applicants, it breaks the booklet into little chapters (tiles). Click on the picture below for further information.

AHEAD, in partnership with AONTAS, the National Adult Learning Organisation, and the National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA), are delighted to bring you GATHER, a free 3 day online assistive technology (AT) event.

If you are AT curious, an AT user or an AT advocate then ‘GATHER’ with us for this 3 day online Assistive Technology event by AHEAD. Join us as we all discover AT possibilities together - May 22nd-24th 2023.

Congratulations to Youth Work Ireland  Meath on their great work. A sneak preview of our new Youth & Community Project for local teenagers. Learning woodwork skills, gardening techniques and most importantly community pride. When you see us out and about, join us in taking pride in our green areas and lend a hand. If you want more information on how to get involved give Gordon a call on 089 2579943.

Meath Befriending Service are delighted with the positive feedback from our service users! 
If you would like to hear more about our befriending service or becoming a volunteer contact: [email protected] or call on 0858622496


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