Download Section.


When requested, please visit the download section of our website to download the latest parent / guardian permission forms.


Click here to visit our download section.


Louisburgh Foróige Leaders.


On average our leaders donate around 2,500 hours each year.


Based on minimum wage rates that's equivalent to 25,000 euros gifted to our club by our leaders.


2021/22 Upcoming Events.


Visit our upcoming events page to keep up to date on all the goings on in our club.


We list local and national Foróige events. Visit our events page here.



New club suggestion box for members - 100% anonymous


click here - link will open in a new secure window


We want your suggestions and feedback - This is for our members use only



. **** Mobile phones in club ****


This is not a new rule, this is just a reminder:


Members are NOT permitted to use mobile phones within club times. Our club and it's leaders are NOT responsible for any damage or loss

caused to mobile phones within club as these phones should not be used in club in the first place.


If members are expecting a call or needs to make a call, as always, all they need to do is make a leaders aware of this. Foróige by default is a social outlet where

all teens and young people are encouraged to interact with each other in person and we have always tried to enforce this value in club..









Club enrolments:


Enrolment to all three clubs is now closed.


If you are interested in joining, call-text-viber-whatsApp Michael on (086)7351523 and we can put you forward for joining at our next leaders meeting..




Main rules regarding Foróige Disco's:


No Alcohol, No Smoking (this also applies to e-cigs and vapes), No Drugs of any kind.

You will be searched before boarding the Bus.

No bags will be allowed leave the bus.

Bus leaves at advertised times given. Arrive early or contact a leader if you are running a little late.

Our Breathalyzer's will be onboard the bus's and can be used by leaders at random.



Our next meeting:


1. Meeting will start at 7pm. November 2nd



Childline Ireland.


Childline provides a 24 hour listening service for all children up to the age of 18. The Childline phone service is available 24-7-365


Visit the childline website here.


Teenline Ireland.


Teen-Line Ireland is a free-phone service open every day of the week from 8pm to 11pm. And 4pm to 11pm on Wednesdays. Free call or text service.


Visit the Teenline Ireland website here.


Beat the Bully.


Bullying is when someone keeps doing or saying things to have power over another person.

There are different types of bullying


Visit the Anti Bullying Ireland website here.



Drink Help Ireland provides access to information and advice on alcohol-related issues and problems that may be affecting you.


Visit the DrinkHelp website here.


Pieta House West.


Pieta House, the centre for the prevention of self-harm or suicide opened over nine years ago with Lucan in County Dublin the centre of operations.


Visit the Teenline Ireland website here.


Samaritans in Ireland.


Talk to the Samaritans any time you like, in your own way, and off the record – about whatever’s getting to you. You don’t have to be suicidal.


Visit the Samaritans Ireland website here.




Louisburgh Doctors.


In the event you require a doctor in the Louisburgh area then here is a link to all the local doctors, in and out of hours.


Click here for more details.


Louisburgh Order of Malta.


Louisburgh Order of Malta provides a vital services to the residence of Louisburgh and the wider community. If you need an ambulance call;


Jim Corrigan on (087) 2328 503 or call 999


The Gardaí.


If you’re in an emergency situation or if someone is in danger, the Gardaí are there to help you. Call Westport Gardaí on 098 25555 or call 999.


Visit the Garda website here.



Cyber Safety Iraland.


This site was created out of the need for more information for parents & children to learn more about online safety.


Visit the website here.


Think Contraception.


Making the right contraceptive choice is an important key to good sexual health and your health in general. Lots more info on


Visit the ThinkContraception website here. is a helpline directory set up as a way for teens and adolescents to talk to people about their personal problems


Visit the website here.




National Youth Council.


The National Youth Council of Ireland is the representative body for national voluntary youth work organisations in Ireland.


Visit the NYCI website here.


Youth Work Ireland.


Youth Work Ireland is a federation of 22 Local Member Youth Services and a national office which combine and operate an Integrated Youth Services Model which delivers a range of targeted projects and services. Visit the Youth Work Ireland website here.


Youth Mental Health. is an online youth mental health service that helps young people through tough times.


Visit the Reach Out Ireland website here.




Headstrong Youth Support.


Headstrong is a new initiative working with communities in Ireland to ensure that young people aged twelve to twenty five are better supported.


Visit the Headstrong website here.


Dept.. of Children & Youth Affairs.


This Department brings together a number of key areas of policy and provision for children, young people and families.


Visit Dept. of Children and Youth Affairs website here.


Child Ombudsman Ireland


The OCO is here to make sure the people who make decisions about young people really think about what is best for young people.


Visit the website here.




Suggest a website:


If you know of a website that might be of interest to other young people like yourself them let us know