The Fettercairn Equine Idols, the Foróige Youth Club which is part of the Fettercairn Youth Horse Project, was awarded a Foróige Youth Citizenship Certificate of Participation on the 2nd July 2016 in the City West Hotel and Conference Centre.
L-R Back Row; Shauna, Amy, Chloe, Alannah, Jowita and Sabina. L-R Front Row; Alice, Emily, Michelle and Shauna T.
There was great excitement in the Fettercairn Youth Horse Project with the news that four members of FYHP had achieved BHS exam success.
BHS Exam Success
L to R: Shane Kehoe, Lynn Campbell, Sabrina Layden and Richard Warren
Roadstone launched a new funding initiative at FYHP on the 8th June 2016. From the very beginning of the Fettercairn Youth Horse Project in 1996, Roadstone have been supporters of the Project, and have through the development years, provided both material and financial assistance.
Presentation from Roadstone to FYHP. L to R: Sheilann Monaghan, Chairperson FYHP; Jim Rea, Roadstone; Emily Regan on Suzie; Ann Keogan, Equine and Training Manager FYHP and Mayor of South Dublin, Sarah Holland
On Saturday the 14th of May members from Down Syndrome Dublin
Down Syndrome Dublin Open Day at Fettercairn Youth Horse Project
attended an Open Day held at the Fettercairn Youth Horse Project.
One hundred and eight four primary school pupils have taken part in The West Tallaght Schools Equestrian Initiative. The programme was primarily funded by The Ireland Fund with supplementary funding from the Growing Community Roots programme and was held over the last six months in Fettercairn.