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Posted on September 13, 2010

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Climbing Wall

The Canal Communities Regional Youth Service operate a mobile climbing tower which is available primarily to youth/community projects and groups in the Canal Communities Area of Dublin City. It can also be hired by youth projects and groups outside Dublin.

The Mobile Climbing Wall can be used for a wide range of events to include motivational exercises, training and development events and corporate challenges.

The Mobile Climbing Wall is transported on an integral trailer system and erected via a hydraulic system – if outdoors, the trailer remains attached for stability whereas if indoors, the trailer can be detached to reduce the floor space required. On average the Tower requires 30 minutes to have it positioned, erected and ready to use.

The dimensions of the Mobile Climbing Wall are as follows:
Height – 7.5 metres
Base – 2.7 metres x 2.7 metres (excluding trailer)

The Mobile Climbing Wall has four climbing routes and can accommodate up to four climbers simultaneously with a range of difficulty on each route giving a total of sixteen climbing routes/options on the tower.

The Mobile Climbing Wall contains a  clip and climb system that allows climbers to enjoy the climbing experience in complete safety and comfort. An instructor shall be on hand to assist climbers in the use of the personal safety equipment, harnesses, helmets as well as specific coaching in climbing itself.

The activity including the Tower and all of the PPE is suitable for budding climbers from 3 years of age upwards with no upper limit.

For more information please contact us on 01 473 8439 or at

Climbing Wall Cert of Conformity

Climbing Wall Booking Request form

CCRYS Mobile Climbing Wall Briefing Sheet

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Posted on September 18, 2009

markerWill you be part of THE BIG PUSH?

On Wednesday 30th of Groups from Rialto, Inchicore and Bluebell are making their way by LUAS into the City Centre and assembling at Jervis Luas Stop at 12.00pm on Wednesday 30th of September 2009.

We want to protect individuals, families and communities from the government’s savage cuts. We want to sustain and protect community services and jobs for people in this area.

Any queries on JOINING THE BIG PUSH contact:

Rialto John Bissett – 087-9889132
Inchicore Rita Fagan – 087-6319004
Bluebell Tommy Coombes – 087-2216357

Check back soon for more info on THE BIG PUSH!

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Posted on June 6, 2009

markerVolunteer Appreciation Night

This years volunteer appreciation night takes place on the 9th june at CCRYS HQ at 7pm!!


Our newly renovated garden is ready for the party!  Lets hope the rain holds off.

Food and drink along with a raffle and presentation of awards will kick off the evening.

Big thanks to all our volunteers who have helped out over the past year getting trained up and helping out their communities!

See you on the 9th!

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Posted on May 26, 2009

markerYouth Fest 2009 Review

Youth Fest 2009 was a great success.

A huge thank you to everyone who helped us out this year – we couldn’t have done it without our all volunteers!

These are a few photos from the event to give you a flavour of the atmosphere at the Oblates grounds on the day!

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Posted on May 19, 2009

markerYouth Fest Coming Soon!

This years Youth Fest will take place on Saturday 23rd May from 2-6.30pm.  The event takes place in the Oblates Grounds, Tyrconnell Road, Inchicore.


We have tons of activities and demonstrations planned this year including hip hop workshops, a scavenger hunt, basketball skills session, a climbing wall and xtreme trampoline.  Looking forward to seeing everyone on the 23rd of May.  Its going to be a great day out!

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