Hannah & Eoghan

Reeling in the Leaders – Hannah O’Hare

It all started way back when in 2011. I was a mere 12 years old, oblivious to what Knockadoon was and what it entailed. The only thing I really knew was that it was a week away from my parents and a week of good craic with my closest pals. I didn’t know what it […]

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Orlaith - Its OK to talk

Its OK to talk – Orlaith O’Callaghan

Last Saturday was World Suicide Prevention Day, and to get involved in raising awareness and participating in the conversation among people of our own age about mental health, theKYW leaders took part in the selfie initiative with a simple message attached to all our posts: it’s ok to talk. I was thrilled to see how […]

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Neasa Cumiskey blog post

Reeling in the Leaders – Neasa Cumiskey

What is it like to fall in love with a place? I spend 11 months of my year yearning to be in the place I hold dearest, Knockadoon. To the average person, the camp seems no more special than any other Gaeltacht or summer course, but to those of us who have been lucky enough […]

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Dara and Neasa

Reeling in the Leaders – Dara Goss

I didn’t really know which way I would have liked to take this blog post so I decided no better way than to start from the beginning of my Knockadoon experience which maybe some people who are yet to come to camp can relate to and those who have been to camp will understand completely. […]

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