Boys and girls in Newtownhamilton are invited to come along to a football camp at Jim Steen Park, Dungormley Estate, during August.
Organised by the PSNI, in partnership with CC Coaching, and supported by Newry and Mourne Policing and Community Partnership and District Council, the camp will run every Tuesday during August from 6pm to 8pm. Boys and girls aged between six and 18 years old are invited to come along and register on Tuesday, 5 August at 6pm.
Constable Conor O’Hara, South Armagh Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: “We wanted to provide some activity for young people in the local area over the summer months and thought that football tied physical exercise and team building skills together nicely. Young people are often perceived to be involved in antisocial behaviour when they are just hanging out so we wanted to provide a safe place for them to come together and spend time with their friends.
“We are looking forward to the football camp and meeting lots of young people from the local area. I would encourage everyone to come along and make the most of this fantastic project.”
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