Sport and Leisure
An outline of the services offered by the public library service and membership requirements
The National Quality Standard Award (previously known as the White Flag Award) is a hygiene/environmental award for swimming pools, sports halls, gymnasiums and other indoor leisure facilities.
The "Blue Flag" is an international award made to beaches and marinas that demonstrate high environmental standards and good sanitary and safety facilities
This document discusses the legal situation regarding walking or rambling across privately owned land and provides information on walking trails.
This document sets out the requirements to operate boats and watercraft in Ireland.
State fishing licences and fishing permits are required if you wish to take part in some types of angling in Ireland. Find out how and where to apply for a licence.
Deer in Ireland are a protected species and it is against the law to shoot them without a licence. Find out to apply for a licence and restrictions that are in place.
Vision Sports Ireland is an organisation set up to encourage the participation in sport at all levels of blind and visually impaired people.
The Go for Life programme, is Ireland's national programme aimed at increasing the level of participation by older people in sport and physical activity.
This document outlines what is involved in setting up a new club and where you can get more information.
The overall objective of the National Recreation Policy for Young People is to provide a framework for the promotion of appropriate recreational opportunities for young people between the ages of 12 and 18. Find out more.