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Wind and rain outside tonight but it's rockin in the Music Box 🎸🎶🎶
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Music group in Creative Hub tonight 🎶
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Thank you so much to Leonard for bringing 5th and 6th class young people to visit our lovely youth cafe today ,we loved having you and look forward to seeing you all very soon in the cloister your project/cafe
HEAR/DARE Application Information Day
Are you planning on going to college in 2019? Do you have a disability, or do you come from a lower income family with no history of third level education? If so, this is the event ...
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Cloister youth project is open till 8.30 so still time to get down here and help us eat our freshly made pancakes🍥🍥
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Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Busy cooking chicken curry in FDYS Bridgetown tonight!!
FDYS County Wexford added 3 new photos.
And that's a wrap . Happy weekend young people and thanks for a great first week back in our new deadly space #cloister
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Another busy evening in the cloister youth cafe ,still time to drop in we are here till 8.30 .
FDYS County Wexford added 3 new photos.
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Detached youth workers are back out in Bridgetown this evening . All young people are welcome so come in to the project for a cuppa and a chat! . Hope to see some new faces 😁👌
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A very Happy New Year from us all at the FDYS Bunclody Project.
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Senior drop in open till 8.30 cloister youth project .all welcome
FDYS County Wexford added 16 new photos — with Emma Whitty.
Quick walk through of the newly refurbished cloister youth project ..feel free to share 👌👌
Photos from FDYS County Wexford's post Went along to our local fablab today and look what we created ahead of our CoderDojo visit #fab #excited #coderdojo
FDYS County Wexford added 2 new photos.
County Wexford PPN Teen Talks - young people having their voices heard on topics that matter to them - get involved now!

The 2019 Wexford TeenTalk event will take place at Riverside Park Hotel and Leisure Club on 7th March but auditions for ...
Look what just came from Camara Education looking forward to start mobile journalism tomorrow now that I am fully equipped 📷🎬📱🎙
's cover photo FDYS County Wexford updated their cover photo.
Santa's elves busy getting the Cloister Youth cafe ready for opening🎅😁🤶. We hope you are all enjoying the Christmas break, happy new year and we look forward to seeing you all in 2019 😁
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Interesting stuff regarding social media survey
Half of children in third class on social media https://t.co/TEVCpXn7o7

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