‘You and me got a whole lot of history’ – One Direction. The KYW as an organisation has been constantly growing, changing, and adapting to circumstances since it was established in 2011. Our history has been littered with challenges, but I think it’s fair to say that the pandemic has been our biggest one yet. 

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‘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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Road To KYW19

‘My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humour, and some style’ – Maya Angelou. As we edge ever further into November, for those on the outside looking in, it may seem as though the KYW has continued to move along

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KYW 2018 – Application & Payment Changes

As announced on Monday night, the KYW will be moving to a four week programme next summer. This is a remarkable achievement for the group and one which we have been planning for quite some time now. Recent advancements in internal processes like the online application system and the demand from campers in newer regions

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KYW 2018 – Dates

‘Never do anything by halves if you want to get away with it. Be outrageous. Go the whole hog.’ – Roald Dahl. We are entering the 8th year of the KYW, and when you stop for a minute to think about what this group has achieved in those 8 years a number of words flood

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Reeling in the Leaders – Megan Crilly

For those of you that don’t know me, my name is Megan Crilly. My closest friends would describe me as the most emotional person that they have ever met. Believe me when I say, it’s about to get v emotional up in here so look away now if high intensity emotion isn’t your thing..   “You

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