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Kelloggs Cul Camps get off to a great start, with week 2 of Camps in Castleblayney & Monaghan Harps

July 24th, 2020

Kelloggs Cul Camps get off to a great start, with week 2 of Camps in Castleblayney & Monaghan Harps

Week 1 of Monaghan GAA Kelloggs Cul Camps got off to a great start in Emyvale and Inniskeen with 300 children participating in Gaelic Games for the week. In spite of the new Covid 19 restrictions at our camps, coaches, parents, children and host clubs all seemed to cope very well.

Monaghan County Board and Coaching staff would like to sincerely thank both Emyvale and Inniskeen club for their assistance in delivering the camps this week. In particularly providing volunteers to assist with the traffic plan that was in place every morning and afternoon at the camps. In addition to this we would also like to thank the parents, children, Club Covid supervisors/Contact, coaches and camp co-ordinators who participated in ensuring the camps went well for all involved.

See below a selection of photos from this weeks camps……

Week 2 of our camps will see our coaches travel to Castleblayney (St Marys Park) & Monaghan Harps (Rooskey), both camps are currently fully booked up. You are not allowed to register for the camps in the morning, this must be done in advance and online. However places for the camp may become available over the weekend or Monday morning so feel free to contact Paul O’Connor or any of the camp co-coordinators on Monday at midday onwards.

We have 11 camps remaining and will run up until Friday 28th August. All information about the camps and places available can be found on https://www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie/.

Camp Co-ordinators, Coaches, Covid supervisors and facilities are all up to speed on protocols in relation to Covid 19 to ensure all participants , coaches & parents stay safe & have an enjoyable experience on the camps.

Key Points for the Camps:

Health Questionniare – To register & how to complete questionnaire please follow this link below; (All parents who’s children is attending the camp should have received an email about this also).

Cúl Camp health questionnaire Guidelines for parents


A parent/guardian or a child displaying any of the COVID-19 symptoms must not attend Cúl Camps.

Check emails re updates about camps.

Keep yourself informed for expected weather, if persistent rain on any day the camp will be cancelled. You will receive an email on the morning of the camp confirming this.

We will be outside all the time at the camps, so prepare your children for this.

Bags will remain outside all day.

      • Each kid must have their own bag with the following;
        • Hand sanitiser for use throughout the day
        • Fully packed lunch for 3 x 15 minute breaks
        • Water bottle with their name clearly marked
        • Packed Lunch – No sharing with other siblings
        • Gumshield
        • Suncream -children need to apply this themselves.
        • Any inhalers or medication
        • Everything in the bag to be in a waterproof container or bag
        • NO MOBILE PHONES are allowed by kids on camp
        • Note that any kits that are opened cannot be returned or exchanged..

Times for Camps is – 10am to 2pm Monday to Friday, except on Bank Holiday week in August it will be 10am to 3pm Tuesday to Friday (No camp on bank Holiday Monday).

Can all parents please download the Covid 19 App.

For further information please contact Paul O’Connor on 086 8374827 or developmentmanager.monaghan@gaa.ie

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