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Young people encouraged to get active with Council’s Easter Sports Camps

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council has unveiled its upcoming Easter Sports Camps, with a range of exciting activities taking place in venues right across the Borough.

Participants can look forward to a series of fun-filled camps over the Easter school holidays, featuring football, hockey, cricket, rugby and multi-sports (football, GAA, basketball). Developed by Council’s Sport & Wellbeing Development Unit, the programme runs from Wednesday, 3rdApril to Friday, 5th April. 

Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens, Councillor Steven Callaghan said: “We are delighted to introduce a Borough-wide Easter Sports Camps Programme, giving our young people the opportunity to enjoy fantastic activities from Ballycastle to Ballymoney and Coleraine to Limavady and Dungiven. I would encourage all young people to take part in the programme and enjoy the many benefits associated with getting active.” 

Sports Development Manager, John Fall added: “I’m really excited about the variety of sports on offer.  This year’s programme demonstrates an innovative approach to sport and activity delivery. Our sports camps are developed with young people in mind and offer exceptional coaching and supervision with lots of emphasis on having fun.”

Enrolment for all courses begins on Monday, 4th March.

The easiest way to do this is online at http://www.causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk/live/sports-development/programmes/seasonal-programmes

You can also book via the telephone or by calling in to Coleraine Leisure Centre, Joey Dunlop Leisure Centre (Ballymoney) or Roe Valley Leisure Centre (Limavady).

Each sports coaching camp costs £25.

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