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Ógras Regional Trips

From time to time during the year, especially during the Summer and around Christmas, Ógras clubs go on short trips to meet other Ógras groups and have some fun with interesting activities.


Theses trips are designed to support the development of self-confidence in each young person. They stimulate participation and give our members a chance to make some new friends, while taking part in new and interesting activities through Irish.


They also encourage travel to new places and usually there are physical / educational challenges to overcome - along with lunch of course! Members really enjoy these trips and leave with happy memories and the bonds of a strong community.


Turas Réigiúnda Ógras 2023
Surfáil agus Gairdíní Seapánacha

Leixlip and Naas Ógras members went on an over night trip to Tramore
last month for their end of year trip. They had a great time surfing, going 
on the amusement rides and going for lovely walk in the Japanese Gardens. A
great end to a great year


Ógras Regional Trips 2023
Causey Farm

Óg-Ógras members from Leixlip, Tiermohan and Marino had a brilliant time in Causey Farm last month for their end of year trip. It was great to see all the animals and they had great craic in the bog!


Ógras Regional Trip 2021

Óg-Ógras members from Kerry, Limerick & Galway had a fantastic day at Nevsail Watersports in Limerick on a Saturday in June.
Great sport along with some nice pizza from Papa John's Pizza!


Ógras Regional Trips 2021
Tramore, Waterford
Naas Ógras members had a great time surfing in Tramore with the sun splitting the stones in June!


Ógras Regional Trip 2021
Carlingford Adventure Centre

Óg-Ógras members really enjoyed their trip to Carlingford Adventuer Centre in June. We were tired going home but delighted with the day!


Turas Réigiúnda Ógras 2021
Ballyseedy Wood

Kerry Óg-Ógras members had a fantastic day exploring Ballyseedy Wood
and learning about its history in May. They learned about the flora, fauna, and wildlife in the wood and also about the history of the wood.

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