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Here's how one GAA club is promoting health and mental wellbeing

18 clubs, including Castleblayney Faughs, currently participate in the GAA Healthy Club Project.

Source: officialgaa/YouTube

AS THE VIDEO above highlights, 18 GAA clubs currently participate in the GAA Healthy Club Project, including Castleblayney Faughs, as shown in the clip.

The initiative seeks to promote the health and wellbeing of an entire community.

It is part of a wider scheme in the GAA to tackle mental health, with the appointment of a health and well-being officer now a requirement for clubs.

For more info on this project, you can visit www.gaa.ie/community

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