Cookstown and Western Shores Area Network

CO-VID 19 LATEST INFORMATION
Rural Community Development Support Service – Coronavirus / COVID-19 Emergency Response

As your Local Rural Support Network, we continue to support our local communities and groups in Mid Ulster as much as possible. We are following ongoing official advice on how to handle the current Coronavirus situation and keeping you all regularly up-to-date.Help stop the spread of covid 19 – PHA guidance update – 29..03.21

We are maintaining certain services strictly in line with all current restrictions. However, our offices are currently closed to the public.

If you require any support or assistance please ring us on 028 8773 8845 or Email: info@cwsan.org or message us via Facebook @cwsan.midulster

Mid Ulster District Council COVID-19 Local Community Support
Regularly updated Information and Lists of local Support Organisations to assist people in the Mid Ulster area is available on the Council website here

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Cookstown and Western Shores Area Network (CWSAN) is a community umbrella organisation which was formed in 1996 to represent and support the interests of community groups within the rural areas of Cookstown District and along the Western Shores of Lough Neagh. Since 2014 CWSAN has partnered with COSTA to ensure coverage for all of rural Mid-Ulster. We also operate an outreach office from the Rainey Centre, Magherafelt. The network aims to co-ordinate the activities of groups in the area through a range of support measures which include training, facilitation, information access, brokerage and consultation.

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Timeline PhotosComplete our short nutrition survey for a chance to win a slow cooker and a goody bag! 👉 crowd.in/uSoeEPCloses: 24th SeptemberOpen to adults 18+ years living in Northern Ireland. One entry per person. Full terms and conditions available within survey. This survey is being ran by the Public Health Dietitians Group Northern Ireland. ... See MoreSee Less
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10 TIPS FOR MAXIMISING THE WEEKENDDon’t let the weekend slip away without re-energising yourself!1. Rest (take a little sleep-in)2. Make a concrete decision not to let work infringe (no emails, no admin). Unplug laptops etc3. Switch your mobile off or leave it in the car.4. Sit at a table while you’re eating, eat slowly and taste the food5. Do a family thing – a cook-in meal, a quiz or board game, a movie with lights out and popcorn6. Decide to have one night without television. Get a real good bottle of wine and switch some music on. Chat.7. Go for a long walk to where nature waits to refresh you – a seaside stroll or a forest park. Watch, listen, smell, touch and give praise for being here8. Ring an old friend or write a letter/card9. Call/FaceTime someone who is sick, bereaved or lonely. Let kids chat so that they know that everyone is not happy right now. Count your blessings.10. Have a good old laugh. Keep company with good humoured people. The laugher is contagious!(C) Shane Martin ... See MoreSee Less
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