STSG - Sligo Traveller Support Group

Domestic Violence Awareness Coffee Morning and Pampering Session

On Monday December 10th as part of the global "16 Days of Action Opposing Violence Against Women" Sligo Traveller Support Group will host a Domestic Violence Awareness Coffee Morning and Pampering Session. It takes place from 11am-1pm at the Northside Community Centre in Sligo. All are welcome to attend. For more information you can contact 0719145780. 


Travellers and Mental Health: Crisis and Change

On World Mental Health Day, Wednesday October 10th speakers from a variety of organisations including Sligo Traveller Support Group, Exchange House Ireland, Irish Traveller Movement, HSE, National Traveller Women's Forum and Sligo Rovers addresses a conference on the issue of Travellers and Mnetal Health. You can see a full report on the conference at the following link.


Pink October Coffee Morning and Information Session

Sligo Traveller Support Group recently organised a Pink October coffee morning and women's cancer information session at the Northside Community Centre in Sligo. Following the event a cheque was presented to the Sligo Cancer Support Centre. Well done to all involved. 


Intercultural Football Match: Wed Nov 14th

On Wednesday November 14th at the Sligo Rovers astro players from Sligo Traveller Support Group (STSG), Globe House and some of the Syrian refugees based at the EROC centre in Ballaghaderreen met to play a football match at a cold and windy Showgrounds. The match was organised in partnership between STSG, Globe House, and EROC Ballaghaderreen and was hosted to bring people together from different cultural and ethnic backgrounds through the universal language of sport. Player of the match was Charlie Ward who had a huge impact on the game including a fantastic solo goal.  Jamie Murphy, Men's Development Worker with Sligo Traveller Support Group said "We were delighted to host the game and its been part of a series of games we have helped organise over the past year. Its important that communities build positive relationships and football is a great way to do that. Travellers know only too well the negative impact of discrimination so its important we make new communities in Ireland feel as welcome as possible. We would lke to thank Sajjad from Ballaghaderreen and James from Globe House for making the game happen. 


Welcome to Sligo Traveller Support Group’s Website

Sligo Traveller Support Group Ltd was first established in 2001 as a partnership between Traveller and Settled people in the Sligo area.

1.Aerobics Programme 2012

2. Loughan House Prison Art Programme

3. The Barrel Top Wagon 2012

Our main aim is to establish a voice for the local Traveller community in Sligo – to address issues of importance such as accommodation, health, youth, child care, education, training and employment and to counteract the causes and effects of prejudice and discrimination.

1. Intercultural Day 2009

2. Traveller Health Unit

3. Youthreach Trip to Belfast




Address: STSG, 1A St Annes, Cranmore Road, Sligo
Tel: (071) 9145780
Fax: (071) 9145782

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