Healthy Club Initiative

Cluain Tarbh is proud to have been accepted into the GAA's Healthy Club programme, and as part of this effort, the Club aims to explore how we can support the holistic health of our members and our local community.

Our healthy Club commitment:  we aim to ensure that everyone who engages with our club benefits from the experience in a health-enhancing way, be they players, officers, coaches, parents, supporters, or members of the local Clontarf community. 

We recently carried out a survey to get views of people within the club and the local community on how the club contributes to their overall wellbeing, and what priority areas of focus they would like to see within our Healthy Club programme.  

A summary of the results is available here.

Here are some of our current Healthy Club initiatives:



Here are some of our recent Healthy Club initiatives:


  • Talk on positive mental health and resilience – November 2019
  • Senior Supporters Coffee Morning - March 2020
  • Go the distance fund raiser for St. Francis Hospice – May 2020

Here is a video that provides more information on the GAA Healthy Club Initiative.

Our Healthy Club Project team:

Ciaran Doran (Club Healthy Clubs Officer 0872679155); Brendan Doody; Carmel Maxwell; Colum Mulhall; Emer Spring; Jeff Johnston; Róisín Kelly; Stephen O’Quigley; Tara Dolan.

If you would like to find out more about Clontarf GAA Club or our Healthy Clubs Initiative, please email us at: or contact any member of the Healthy Club Project Team.



CLG Chluain Tarbh - Clontarf GAA Club,
Seafield Road West,
Clontarf, Dublin 3.

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