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Ballymoney
Thursday, November 26, 2020

Young people encouraged to get active with Multi Sport Camps and Community Sport Roadshows
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Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Sport and Wellbeing team is holding a series of Multi Sport Camps to help children get active again.

The summer recreation programme is aimed at boys and girls aged 5 -12, and will cover an exciting variety of sports including baseball, Olympic handball, football, Gaelic football, athletics, lacrosse, tag rugby and American flag football. In line with current guidelines, all courses are limited to 30 participants.

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From August 3rd, Camps will be held in Ballymoney and Ballycastle followed by Coleraine and Limavady from August 10th. Each Multi Sport Camp will cost £15 per person and run from Monday to Friday for one hour each day.

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Alongside this, a series of Community Sport Roadshows begins on August 17th and will visit Garvagh, Kilrea, Portstewart, Portrush, Rasharkin, Cushendall, Castlerock, Dungiven, Bushmills and Mosside   Each Roadshow provides two hours of fun filled activity all for £5. All courses are limited to 30 places.

Alderman Mark Fielding, the Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, said: “These Camps and Roadshows are welcome news for parents, carers and young people given the challenges of the past few months. It’s so important that we encourage children to get active so they can enjoy all the benefits of participating in sport. As spaces are limited I would encourage anyone who is interested to sign up as soon as possible.”

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To book a place at a Multi Sports Camp or Community Sport Roadshow you must register as a member on our booking system. You can do this by following the steps here.

To request additional information you can email sportsdevelopment@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk. or you can ring 07719 745936.

Full details about the Multi Sports Camps or Community Sport Roadshows are available in the posters below.

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