Children say Crumlin Camp is Cul
NO school. That's cool. Especially when the Kellogg's GAA Cul Camps come to town.
Up at O'Toole Park, the Crumlin children (
) are having a party. From Monday to Friday, 10am to 2pm, the Camp is ensuring that the Crumlin Cubs are enjoying a season in the sun.
The weather has blessed the fun-filled days, and each child leaves for home with a smile on their face.
The Crumlin camp mirrors what is going on throughout the country this July and August. Over 1,000 camps are taking place. GAA President, Liam O'Neill, is a fan.
"The children learn the skills, make friends and get a sense of improved well-being."
Dublin's Rory O'Carroll is also a big advocate. "I have been involved at camps in my own club, Kilmacud Crokes, and I have seen the children's skills dramatically improve with expert coaching delivered in a safe and fun environment."
In Crumlin, it's all about playing the games with a laugh.
And the children are loving every second.