To provide opportunities for People within the Mallow Community to access Community Health Initiatives to improve overall health and well-being. To collaborate with existing organisations and initiatives within Mallow to support and develop sustainable health projects within our community. To be a local link within the community in relation to community health and signposting to relevant health services where appropriate. To ensure the health needs of the community are identified and relevant community health initiatives are developed in response to these.

Strollers Walking Group

We meet every Thursday morning at 11 am. Nice easy stroll, in good company with interesting people in beautiful local locations. Get to know more about what is happening at Mallow Community Heath Project at le Cheile Family Resource Centre.

Community Health Worker, Pauline :087-4335047,

Cool Walking Group

We meet every Tuesday morning at 11 am. Nice brisk pace, good chat and great opportunity to meet new people and get involved in other initiatives happening at Mallow Community Health Project at Le Cheile Family Resource Centre

In order to join any of these Walking Groups you will have to register with Pauline at : 087-4335047 or email me at :

Knitting via Zoom: Mallow Community Health Project

Mallow Community Health Project is offering 6 weeks free Knitting via Zoom. All of what we will be knitting will be for charitable purposes. Tutor, will guide the class, very rewarding initiative.
All you need is a ball double knitting wool and 2 knitting needles 4 mm.
Commencing Monday, 17th January @ 7 pm
Please contact , Pauline: Mallow Community Health Worker: Phone: 087-4335047 to register.

Yoga via Zoom

Mallow Community Health Project is offering 4 weeks free Yoga via Zoom. This is a Chari/Standing Yoga in the comfort of your own home. Commencing Thursday, 19th November @ 10am

Please contact Pauline: Phone: 087 433 5047 to register

Cooking for One

In a world of isolating and cocooning, many people find themselves in the predicament of having to cook for themselves. While cooking for one is often a pleasure (you can make whatever you want to eat), it can also be a challenge. Cooking for small numbers is more of a way of thinking and planning over specific recipes, while certain recipes obviously suit small batches better, with a little thought and planning, you will find you can still cook whatever you enjoy.

Tuesday Nights, for 6 weeks, at 19:00 on Facebook Live
Starting on Tuesday 10th November, Mallow Community Health Project in collaboration with Le Cheile Family Resource Centre will present a mini- series of tips and recipes for Cooking for One, each night there will be two recipes, one focusing on leftovers and the other focusing on winter favorites.

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