IT’S READY, STEADY GO IN DROMORE

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Kasper or "Kap" as his friends call him, Smith, 12, of Boulder, has battled back from serious complications from a strep infection to win singles and doubles titles at the Muterspaw USGA Regional segment national tournament in September. He practices with coach Kendall Chitambar at the Rocky Mountain Tennis Center in Boulder. Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post

Calling all fans of fitness and fun, it’s time to get ready for some amazing activities as Dromore Community Centre is playing host to four exciting courses for young people as part of Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council’s sensational Summer Activity Programme.

If you are aged 5 – 11years and are mad about all things bat, ball, net and goal then the Multi Sports Course is for you. Offering up a whole host of activities the course runs from Monday 1 August to Friday 5 August from 10am – 12noon daily. The cost to participate is £18 for the first child and £15 for each additional child from the same immediate family.

For those inspired by Wimbledon, two tennis courses will be held from Monday 1 August – Friday 5 August between 1.30pm and 3pm for those aged 6 – 9 years and between 3pm – 4.30pm for those aged 10 – 14 years. The cost to participate is £15 for the first child and £12 for each additional child from the same immediate family.

If beats and boogie is your thing then make a move to the Hip Hop Dance Course running from Monday 15 – Thursday 18 August from 3pm – 4.30pm daily. Open to 5 – 11 year olds the cost to participate in this 4 day course is £12 for the first child and £10 for each additional child from the same immediate family.

All courses are organised in conjunction with the Every Body Active 2020 Programme (supported by Sport NI).

For further information or to sign up for any of these courses please contact Dromore Community Centre on T: 028 9269 9070.