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General queries email (including media queries):

info@plurabellepaddlers.com

Fancy giving paddling a go? Please email us:

newmembers@plurabellepaddlers.com

 

New members are always welcome. The only criteria is that you must have been diagnosed with breast cancer and be at least 3 months post-treatment. Our members range in ages from early 30’s to 70 plus.

We hold ‘Come and Try’ sessions throughout the year. If you are living in the greater Dublin area and would like to get involved, please contact us at newmembers@plurabellepaddlers.com to find out more information and to see when our next ‘Come and Try’ session is being held.

To find out more about the sport of dragon boating in Ireland, including other breast cancer support clubs and general clubs in your area, visit the Irish Dragon Boat Association (IDBA) at www.dragonboat.ie

We train on the water  all year round at the Grand Canal Dock, South Dock Road, Ringsend, Dublin 4 (view map – you can click on map to enlarge it):

8:30am Saturday morning
6:30pm Wednesday evening (Spring, Summer)

2018 Membership

The 2018 annual membership fee remains at €90.

News & Events

  • Excitement builds for Florence!

    The Italian’s are known throughout the world for their impeccable sense of style…. but, what about the Plurabelles?! In the new(ish) team strip, the ladies heading to Florence for the IBCPC Participatory Dragon Boat Festival will certainly give the Italians (& other teams) competition in the style stakes!

    But, the festival isn’t about style, it’s about Dragon Boat racing and the double training session in mid-June included video analysis of the Florence team in action. Excitement is building for the trip to Florence in early July… not long to go now! View photos

  • Barrow Dragon Boat Regatta

    The sun shone for another fantastic day today of competition and fun at the Barrow Dragon Boat Regatta in Carlow.
    It was wonderful to meet up with old paddling friends and to introduce newbie Plurabelles to the excitement of a regatta. If they weren’t hooked before, I bet they are now! View photos

  • Treasure trove at the clubhouse

    We all love a bargain… and, there were bargains aplenty at the Plurabelle Pop-Up shop (26th May 2018). Handbags, shoes, scarves, dresses, coats, jewellery…. the clubhouse was a treasure trove for the many Plurabelle bargain hunters.
    All the money raised at the pop-up shop went straight back to the Plurabelles…. so it was a real win, win! Well done to all involved (organisers, sales assistants, those who donated, and those who bought!)

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