Training & Education

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  Women’s Community Projects, (Mullingar) Association Ltd is a registered QQI (formerly FETAC) provider and offers a range of adult education initiatives for women and their families. All awards on offer at WCP have been validated by QQI. PEIL Steps Programme Social Classes Continue Reading

Childcare Facility

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Our Mission Statement We aim to provide a creative, caring, stimulating and safe environment with an emphasis on education, development of social skills and encouragement of independence and to provide children with key experiences which will afford them a positive, Continue Reading

Community Employment

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“Community Employment is a unique programme, Supported by the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection, which is funded by the Irish Government that integrates on the job training and educational training for the individual jobseeker which supports progression to Continue Reading

Social & Hobby Classes

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Please see below the list of Hobby and Social classes available at Women’s Community Projects. Please be advised that dates and times of classes can be subject to change. Please contact us by telephone 044-9343432 or Email us  for more information. Continue Reading

Counselling Services

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Mullingar Community Counselling Service “Supporting People to Heal the Effect of Domestic Abuse” About Us Mullingar Community Counselling is an initiative supported by and funded by the HSE and TUSLA Professionals, individuals, organizations can make referrals/an enquiry to the service. Continue Reading



Parish Community Centre, Bishopsgate Street, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath.

Telephone: (044) 9344301  Fax: (044) 9335026 

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NCCWN at Women’s Community Projects


COVID-19 Restrictions in Maternity Services – get involved


The National Collective of Community based Women’s Networks (NCCWN) are calling on the Government to ease COVID-19 restrictions in maternity services and allow birthing partners to support pregnant people and be present at all pregnancy related appointments, scans, full labour and birth as soon as possible.

As part of this call, we are also asking members of the public to let Government representatives know that you are not happy with the current measures or treatment of pregnant people and you want restrictions in maternity services to ease.

To make it as easy as possible for you to contact your local TD we have drafted a letter you can use to express your concerns and support every pregnant person across the country. You can find who your local TD is and how they can be contacted at:

If you are part of a women’s group and would like to draft your own letter, please feel free to contact your nearest NCCWN project for support. You can find where all of our projects are located here. Or, if you would like your nearest project to send the letter on your behalf please contact us and let us know. Your personal details will only be used for this campaign unless you indicate that you want us to retain your details.

Download the letter template