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Summer Camps


Get Ready for Summer!.....


Most camps offer such a huge range of sports and activities that parents with children of different ages and interests should be able to place all of their offspring in one location. However there are children who find team sports and activities which require good hand to eye coordination nothing short of torture so don’t despair we have something for everyone!


Sports & Activities David Lloyd Dublin Riverview


David Lloyd Leisure’s DL Kids Holiday Active programme ticks all the boxes for active fun and entertainment. Holiday Active provides a plethora of structured activities for youngsters aged 5 to 11, while offering parents flexible choice, with the option to book half days, full days or even whole weeks.The wide range of club facilities offered


by Europe’s premier health, sports and leisure group means that children can play sport, be creative and burn off their energy trying something new and different every day. Each day is packed full of fun and healthy activities, all carefully arranged by David Lloyd Leisure to ensure children have a good mix of sports, play, rest, and the time to engage with their new friends in an environment created just for them .Lunch and refreshments are provided and


the experience together. Holiday Active is open to non-members at selected clubs. Discounts are available if you book early.


For more information, visit www. davidlloyd.ie/primarytimes


National Aquatic Centre


for those attending their first full week’s programme. Holiday Active is available to David Lloyd Leisure members - and your little one can bring along a friend who is a non-member to enjoy


This year the National Aquatic Centre has changed their traditional camps to embrace the all new multi sport National Sports Campus Summer Camps.With new synthetic football, GAA and hockey pitches, plus fencing and


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