The Cul Camps will be going ahead this Summer…
Many children and parents alike were delighted to hear the news that the GAA confirmed the Cul Camps will be going ahead in July. With the Coronavirus pandemic, it was looking likely that the camps in 2020 wouldn’t go ahead.
The Cul Camps will be following strict guidelines set out by the GAA.
The Wexford venues that will be going ahead this year are as follows:
Adamstown, Ballygarret, Bannow, Blackwater, Bree, Buffers Alley, Bunclody, Castletown, Cloughbawn, Craanford, Crossabeg, Duffry Rovers, Ferns, Geraldine O’Hanrahans, Glynn-Barntown, Gorey, Gusserane, Horsewood, Kilanerin, Kilmore, Kilrush, Marshalstown, Monageer, Oulart-The Ballagh, Our Lady’s Island, Oylegate, Pairc Charmain, Rapps, Rathnure, Rathgarogue-Cushinstown, Shamrocks, Shels, St James, St Martins, St Patricks, St Annes, St Marys Rosslare, Taghmon, Wexford Park.
Given the circumstances, the GAA has noted that the Cul Camps may be running on a reduced capacity for 2020. Unlike other years, booking must be completed online in advance.