‘Walk to Knockadoon’

It has been over 9 weeks since the KYW were informed that Knockadoon Camp was going to remain closed for this summer, in order to ensure the safety of the campers, leaders, staff, Dominicans and visitors that come to the camp each year. As the restrictions ease, some of us may gradually return to work

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KYW 2017 – Application Process

We are pleased to announce that the Knockadoon Youth Week (“the KYW”) will be returning this June and July for our 7th annual summer camp. The cost of this year’s camp will be €170 (£145 approx) for a week which includes everything from transport, accommodation, all meals and our day trip. The dates for this

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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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2016 and beyond…

After what was probably the KYW’s most successful year to date in 2015, the expectations for 2016 could not be higher. The Knockadoon Youth Week is growing faster than the speed of light and year after year we seem to take it up a gear and make the Knockadoon experience that extra bit special. A

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KYW adds another Week

This year the KYW is running an extra week from 20th June-27th June, and this will see campers from a range of new areas getting the chance to come down to camp with us. Campers on Week 1 will be from Waterford, Newry, Cork, Newbridge, Tallaght and Dundalk. If you are from Cork City and

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