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Get Active as Summer Schemes Return

Summer schemes, leisure camps and special offers will make a welcome return this July and August, as Mid Ulster District Council leisure and sports facilities open their doors to children and young people, encouraging them to get active this summer.

Summer scheme will take place from 18 July – 12 August at Cookstown, Dungannon and Greenvale Leisure Centres, Meadowbank Sports Arena and Moneymore Recreation Centre, and from 25 July to 12 August at Maghera Leisure Centre.

Kids from the age of 8-11 years old will have the chance to take part in fun activities including arts and crafts, games and sports. To register, an online form must be completed via the Council’s website.

Summer camps including golf, gymnastics, canoeing, angling, and tennis will also be available at various locations for different age groups from 5 years old plus. These can be booked online via the Leisure Hub.

Chair of Mid Ulster District Council, Councillor Paul McLean, welcomed the return of summer schemes, saying:

The Council’s summer schemes, camps and special offers will help our young people get active this summer, and enjoy sports and games with their friends at our local leisure centres and sports arenas. Please remember to book early to avoid disappointment as numbers are limited, especially across our summer schemes.

New £1 offers will also be available for under 18’s to enjoy teen gym, swim, courts, golf, track and pitches, as well as soft play for the little ones. Terms and conditions will apply with some dates unavailable due to summer scheme. These can also be booked online via the Leisure Hub or by contacting the leisure centres reception.

For more information and to see a full list of activities, visit Summer Schemes.

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