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On Friday morning a total of 44,798 children had already been booked into Kellogg's GAA Cúl Camps for 2020.
On Friday morning a total of 44,798 children had already been booked into Kellogg's GAA Cúl Camps for 2020.

Demand remains high for Kellogg's Cúl Camps


By Cian O'Connell

On Friday morning, June 26 at 9.30am a total of 45, 356 children had been booked into Kellogg's GAA Cúl Camps throughout the country.

Capacity, though, is set to increase in the coming weeks with more clubs expected to run camps as Covid 19 restrictions continue to be lifted.

National Cúl Camps Coordinator Charlie Harrison is delighted with the response and is hopeful that further places will become available shortly.

"Clubs that currently aren't on the site may be on the site in the coming days," Harrison explains.

"We are waiting on clubs to come back to us saying whether they are happy to host or not."

Between 12am and 9.30am this morning 812 places had been booked on the site, with camps to start on July 20th.

Before then GAA Cúl Camp TV will be broadcast on TG4 in conjunction with Kellogg’s from June 29th until July 17th.

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