Get cracking and try new sport this Easter

Pictured at the launch of Armagh City & District Council's Easter Fun Clubs,  from left, Mark Wilson, Richhill Recreation Centre, Paul Hanna, Leisure Services Officer, Adam Cooper, Keady Recreation Centre, Adrian Morrow from Morrows Spar Tandragee, sponsor of Tandragee Recreation Centre's Easter Fun Club and kids from the local primary school.
Pictured at the launch of Armagh City & District Council's Easter Fun Clubs, from left, Mark Wilson, Richhill Recreation Centre, Paul Hanna, Leisure Services Officer, Adam Cooper, Keady Recreation Centre, Adrian Morrow from Morrows Spar Tandragee, sponsor of Tandragee Recreation Centre's Easter Fun Club and kids from the local primary school.

Children and young people aged 4-14 years will have the opportunity to try a new sport or develop a skill this Easter with the launch of Armagh City and District Council’s Easter fun clubs at Tandragee and Richhill.

At Tandragee Recreation Centre, the club will take place from Thursday, April 2 to Wednesday, April 15 from 9-3.30 (excluding Easter Monday, Easter Tuesday and weekends).

At Richhill Recreation Centre, the club runs from Monday, March 30 to Friday, April 10 from 8.30-3.30 (excluding Easter Monday, Easter Tuesday and weekends).

The clubs are supervised by qualified staff and will include sports, games, arts and crafts, themed events and much more. Early bird, half day and full day sessions are available.

Places are limited, and any parent interested in their child attending the club is advised to contact their nearest centre as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

For further information or to enrol contact the relevant centre or log on to www.armagh.gov.uk/leisuremain/easter-funclub-2015.