Apple Tree to launch summer Arts project

DUNDALK charity ‘The Apple Tree Foundation’ is operating a summer project next month for 12 to 15-year-olds.

DUNDALK charity ‘The Apple Tree Foundation’ is operating a summer project next month for 12 to 15-year-olds.

Each camp will run for one week at the foudantion’s premises - Roden House - from Monday to Thursday from 10am to 3pm.

According to the organisers, the project will include music and music technology, Arts & Drama and will be creative and expressive.

“Young people will be encouraged to get involved, express their hidden talents and learn some new skills. Fun activities will be the order of each day,” said Kevin Moran.

If you or your child are interested please contact us immediately as the places are limited to 20 each week and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. The course fee is e60.

The Apple Tree Foundation is a registered charity and provides a creative youth centre for people aged 12 to 18 years.

The Foundation runs a youth café, youth Arts programmes and youth counselling service for young people have a place of their own to learn and develop their talents.

“We are currently developing our music and Arts programmes and if anyone is interested in helping out, please give us a shout.”

For more information on the Apple Tree Foundation or to find out about volunteering opportunities you can attend a variety of fundraising events or drop in to see the centre manager Kevin Moran. Alternatively, telephone 042-9329532.