April 26 – May 30, 2024 FOOD, HEALTH & LIFESTYLE

Thirteen West Cork schools added to the Hot Schools Program

Glenilen Farm teams up with performance nutritionist Daniel Davey for ‘Raise Your Game’ community event

to refreshments from Glenilen Farm, including their renowned yoghurt and a coveted cooler bag of goodies. Tickets for ‘Raise Your Game’ is avail- able to purchase now via Eventbrite, with admission priced at €20 for adults and €10 for students. All proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to West Cork Rapid Response, in sup- port of their commendable work within the community. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from one of Ireland’s leading Performance Nutrition- ists while supporting a worthy cause. Join Glenilen Farm and Daniel Davey to ‘Raise Your Game’! For more information and ticket purchases, please visit

Glenilen Farm is excited to announce a collaboration with esteemed performance nutritionist and Glenilen Farm brand ambassador Daniel Davey for an upcoming community event, ‘Raise Your Game’. Taking place on Thursday, May 16, from 7-9pm at Glenilen Farm in Drimolgeaue, this event aims to educate and inspire the local community on the crucial role of nutrition in personal and sporting performance.

C ork South West TD, ther 13 schools have been added to the Hot Schools Program in West Cork. “It’s great to see the further roll out of this scheme. Provid- ing lunches can be a hassle and a financial burden for many parents and this will come as a relief financially,” said O’Sul - livan. He continued: “Dieticians Christopher O’Sullivan has confirmed that a fur - and health specialists have all have advocated for the roll out hot school meals as it benefits children’s physical and mental health and this is really import- ant in this day and age.” The following schools have

been added: Ballinspittle NS, St Joseph’s Girls NS (Clonakilty), Gogginshill NS, Dunmanway Convent Girls Senior National School, Dunmanway Convent Inf, Dunmanway Boys Senior National School, Kilcolman NS, S N Baile Muine ( Ballineen), S N Clogach, Scoil Mhuire Na Ngrast (Belgooly), Drimoleague Junior School, Gaelscoil Dr M Ui Shuilleabhain (Skibber- een), Gaelscoil Droichead Na Banndan. Deputy O’Sullivan conclud- ed: “Now a total of over 2000 schools across Ireland have the Hot School meals and it is hoped that by 2025 every pupil in Ireland will be able to avail of this”.

T hroughout the evening, Daniel Davey, renowned for his work with elite athletes, including the Dublin Senior Men’s GAA team and Leinster Rugby, will share his expertise and practical advice to empower attendees to maximise their impact and potential in various aspects of life. Whether aspiring to excel in sport, optimise personal well- ness, or simply gain a deeper understanding of nutrition,

‘Raise Your Game’ will offer valuable insights for all. The event will feature an engaging Q&A session with Daniel Dav- ey, providing attendees with the opportunity to gain personalised advice. Speaking about the event, Founder Alan Kingston said; “We are delighted to host this special event on our farm. We have been working with Daniel for almost a year now and have learned from him in that time

about the importance of nutri- tion for everyday life as well as sporting performance. We’re excited to be able to open the doors of Glenilen Farm to our local community, share some good food and valuable nutri- tional information.” In addition to a wealth of health and wellness informa- tion, attendees will be treated @glenilenfarm #GlenilenFarm

RAISE YOUR GAME with Daniel Davey, Performance Nutritionist

7pm 16th May Glenilen Farm, Drimoleague

Admission €20 Adult €10 Students

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