• L E A P at Todds Leap

    L E A P

    Todds Leap is fully committed to Learning, Education and Accredited Programmes (LEAP). Our partnerships with Princes Trust, T:BUC, OCN, Access NI and other organisations allow us to engage with young people in education and training programmes while enjoying the fun activities that Todds Leap has to offer.

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Todds Leap is fully committed to Learning, Education and Accredited Programmes (LEAP). We have worked tirelessly in recent years to explore this area and have developed strong links with several well-recognised organisations in this field.

Our partnerships with Princes Trust, T:BUC, OCN,  Access NI and other organisations allow us to engage with young people in education and training programmes while enjoying the fun activities that Todds Leap has to offer.

 

 

 

 


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LEAP 4 Sport

Leap 4 Sport ActivityLeap 4 Sport provides an exciting summer of sports for young people aged 11-14 from Mid Ulster District Council area. 

Todds Leap Activity Centre have been appointed by Mid Ulster District Council to deliver these Summer Camps which have something to suit everyone and are totally FREE.

These multi-activity sports camps will include a range of fantastic sporting activities such as Soccer, Rugby, Gaelic, Inclusive Sports, Rock Climbing, Gymnastics, Dance, Outdoor Activities and much more!

As well as that, there are some exciting added events such as an Induction Day at Todds Leap Activity Centre, a Colour Run and an exciting Celebration Event to close the camps at the end of the summer.

This opportunity starts on 30th June in Todds Leap Activity Centre and runs throughout the summer in 4 locations across the Council Area – Moneymore, Cookstown, Dungannon and Ballygawley!

For more information call Todds Leap or email Joanne@toddsleap.com

Expression of Interest forms must be submitted by 10th June 2019. Please note, this does not guarantee a place. Spaces are allocated based on priorities of programme and to ensure a broad representation of young people.

Mid Ulster District Council, supported by the European Union’s Peace IV Programme managed by the Special EU Programmes Body.