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What If, Why Not? Festival

Welcome to the What If, Why Not? Adventure Film Festival! The What If, Why Not? Adventure Film Festival is a celebration. A celebration of just how damned amazing this planet and the people on it are. Over two days we’ll screen nearly 8 hours of adventure sport films. Films that will inspire and sometimes terrify [...]

River Liffey Clean Up Day

This event is taken place at the Straw Hall, River Liffey on the 25th Of March 2012 at 11:00am. Organizing a clean-up operation can help show your friends and family the impact human activity has on the environment. It is a daily fight that Surfrider Foundation Europe undertake to make sure that marine litter is [...]

Job Vacancy – Ballyfermot Adventure Centre

Summer Placements 6 weeks student placement during July & August, at €363.00 per 35 hour week CVs will only be accepted by email to byskayaking@eircom.net and will not be accepted after 5pm on Monday 12th March 2012 Candidates will be short listed on the grounds of experience in working with children, young people, or in [...]

Great New Service For Adventure/ Freelance Instructors

OutdoorCommunity.ie are proud to launch our new Freelance Instructor Database.  If you are a freelance instructor, or even someone who is qualified to instruct in any type of outdoor discipline and would like to have your profile added to this database then simply complete the submission form.  Once your submission has been verified your profile [...]

Stranded Dead Fin Whale at Ardtermon Strand, Co. Sligo

A dead, stranded 12 metre Fin whale (Balaenoptera Physalus) was reported by Jimmy & Viera Stupakova at Ardtermon Strand near Raghly, Co. Sligo on 28th November.  The second largest whale species on the planet, it is the first validated record of a fin whale in Co. Sligo.  It is also the fifth record of this [...]

Bottlenose Dolphins Set Up Residence in Irish Sea

New evidence has emerged hinting the residence of a Bottlenose Dolphin pod (3 dolphins) along the Dublin and Wicklow coast.  The evidence comes from the over 200 validated sightings of the pod in the past year within a 21 mile (33km) range between Wicklow Town and Dalkey Island. The sightings, validated by the Irish Whale [...]