2022 Contribution Pass Allocations

We are pleased to announce the following allocations of Sunday Passes for this year’s festival. These will be valid on Sunday 19th of June.

We have been advised that Passes will be in paper format and that they are on order from the ticket company. We do not yet have a delivery date but we will be in touch when they are available for collection.

Fund-raising activities by the named groups can commence now.*

Body&Soul has now advised the face value of the Passes will be €100.


ATHBOYPasses Awarded
ÁIT (Athboy Inclusion Team)Community organisation hosting inclusive events in Athboy & environs.2
Athboy 100Heritage promotional group.2
Athboy Aikido ClubA local martial arts club.2
Athboy AnoisVolunteer led community magazine marking its tenth year in 2022.2
Athboy Autism Support GroupVoluntary, parent led group supporting families living with autism. 2
Athboy Celtic AFCLocal soccer club with 330 junior & 40 senior members.2
Athboy Community Development GroupA community employment project.2
Athboy Convent Community CentreA valuable community resource providing a base for local classes & groups.2
Athboy Fairgreen High Nelly ClubNon profit group who organize family outings with themes and period attire.2
Athboy Golfing SocietyA local golfing society serving the local community in the Athboy area.2
Athboy HubA community and information support recourse. Staffed by Tuas and CE, it provides employment opportunities. 2
Athboy ICAA very active guild who would take part in many activities.2
Athboy Ladies GroupA group who come together & learn all about gardening, flower arranging & planting vegetables.2
Athboy St. Patrick's Day CommitteeEstablished more than thirty years ago and host a parade every St Patrick's Day.2
Athboy Tidy TownsAthboy Tidy Towns persistently works to improve, protect & enhance the natural beauty of the town of Athboy. 2
Clann na nGaelProvides sporting opportunities for all ages. Raising fund for AstroTurf.2
Clann na nGael Ladies Football & Camogie ClubWe bring young people & adults together through sport and enjoy being part of a great community.2
Comhaltas TlachtgaCommunity music group. Encouraging a love of playing & enjoying traditional Irish music is very important to our branch.2
Fr Murphys Athletic Club52 years on the go and teaching athletics to over 160 juveniles. Funds raised will help towards new facilities.2
Little Blue HeroesTo support a local fundraiser in aid of a young girl from Athboy who requires specialist care.2
Mill view / Branmount Residents Assoc.We have a spring and summer planting initiative and last year won a Pride of Place award for our endeavours.2
Muiriosa FoundationCommunity house for people with disabilities.2
Special HandsActivity group with 350 members from 5yrs to 50yrs. We accept everyone with ALL disabilities.2
St James Festival CommitteeCelebrating all things community in the area. All clubs and organizations are invited to participate and showcase what they do.2
CLONMELLONPasses Awarded
Brownstown Camogie ClubA sporting club for girls and young ladies aged 4 years to adult.2
Clonmellon Active RetirementActivities for the elderly in the area plus outings.2
Clonmellon Christmas competitionNew voluntary group created to promote the local economy, culminating in a prize draw at Christmas. 2
Clonmellon Community CentreThe Clonmellon Community Centre hosts many activities and local clubs.2
Clonmellon Community CouncilWe organise and co-ordinate and number of events to promote community spirit throughout the year.2
Clonmellon Community RadioA local volunteer led community radio station.2
Clonmellon Golf SocietyProvides golf outings and away trips for residents of Clonmellon, Delvin ,Athboy and surrounding areas.2
Clonmellon Indoor Bowls ClubPromotes both physical and social activities for all ages. Our youngest member is fifteen, and our eldest is eighty eight. 2
Clonmellon Men's ShedA local organization for men where they can work on projects for local communities groups.2
Clonmellon NS parents associationThe association assists the school by providing support with fundraising, pastoral care and sporting activities.2
Clonmellon Tidy TownsWe are a small group and we do general clean ups and flower planting and small projects in the village.2
Gaelic for Mothers and OthersTrain once a week and play non competitive games to improve Gaelic skills in a fun and supportive environment.2
Killallon Drama GroupActing and singing enables the children to develop confidence and make friendships.2
Killua Golf SocietyGolf social club for residents local to Clonmellon.2
Motor Neurone (local)In memory of a local lady who died of Motor Neurone in 2021.2
St Paul's GFCA GAA Club aiming to promote football and general good health and wellbeing.2
St Paul's GFC Juvenile Club2
St Pauls/Delvin LGFALadies football club for all girls from both Clonmellon and Delvin to learn the skills of football in an enjoyable and friendly atmosphere.2
St Vincent de PaulA small group who work together to support people in their local community during times of struggle.2
DELVINPasses Awarded
3rd Westmeath Delvin Scout GroupWeekly meets for children from 6 to 18, teaching skills including team work, leave no trace, camping ability, pioneering, and cooking etc.2
Brownstown Community CentreWe have events and activities throughout the year to bring the local Community together.2
Delvin Camogie ClubOur aim is to promote the love of the sport into young girls and also support their physical and mental health.2
Delvin Christmas Lights CommitteeThe organisation raises funds to light up Delvin during the Christmas period.2
Delvin Friendship ClubAn age friendly club that meet once a month where we provide lunch and activities, also organise day trips & holidays throughout the year.2
Delvin GAAWe are a Football & Hurling Club. We are the only duel club in Westmeath.2
Delvin HospiceWe fundraise to provide palliative care services for North Westmeath to include Delvin, Clonmellon & Crowenstown areas.2
Delvin Ladies Golf SocietyWe have an outing once a month. We have a Charity event every year & in 2019 we raised 3500 euros for cancer. We hope to do the same this year.2
Delvin Men's ShedFor welfare of local men's physical and mental health2
Delvin Parent & Toddler GroupWeekly meeting for parents & pre-school toddlers.2
Delvin Raharney Ballivor Wind Action GroupA local group fighting the development of over 30 large scale industrial wind turbines of 200m in height in the wider area.2
Delvin Sports and Leisure Centre (DSLC)An open public amenity which has a lit walking track, outdoor exercise equipment and playing pitches. 2
Delvin St. Patrick's Day FestivalThe group organises St. Patrick's Day themed events for the village of Delvin.2
Delvin Tidy TownsOur aim is to keep Delvin clean & tidy and to enhance the beauty of our village for the people who live here and those we welcome as visitors.2
Delvin Underage GAAWe provide a safe environment & training for our Underage players of hurling & football.2
Delvin YouthreachEducation and training centre for early school leavers with emphasis on social and personal development.2
Down Syndrome Ireland - Longford Westmeath BranchFamily /member supports to persons with Down Syndrome. Local connection.2
McGuinness CrossroadsSeven years ago several neighbours got together to tidy up and the area. All purchases etc are paid for by those who help at the crossroads.2
Muiriosa Foundation, BillistownSupporting people with disabilities living in community. Proceeds will help with garden programme.2
Muiriosa FoundationThe Foundation assists people with intellectual disabilities to live a fulfilling life. 3 residents to attend with support workers.6
My Canine Companion (local)A local child received a service dog from the organisation and funds raised from sale will go to them as a thank you.2
St Ernans Book Lending SchemeA parent led group who aims to provide all the books for the children in the school on a rental basis.2
St Patrick's HallA spacious venue for groups and gatherings for sporting, leisure and community activities with a very low charge. 2
St. Patrick's NS, CrowenstownThis is a small rural primary school serving the needs of the community.2
St. Tolas N.S.We strive to cherish and challenge our students in a safe, secure and attractive learning environment.2

Financial Contribution

In addition to 70 pairs of Sunday Passes, Body&Soul will also make a discretionary financial donation to a select number of local causes, two of which are nominated by us. We will announce our nominees when we receive confirmation that they have been accepted.

* Please note that all Pass allocations are made in good faith and are in accordance with the Terms & Conditions. We are unable to discuss individual allocations or the details of unsuccessful applications.