The Newtown Blues Gaelic Football Club is a community-based voluntary organisation that provides a fun and safe environment for children of all ages up to adults to participate in sport.
As part of their community development plan they want to work closer with their neighbours in both Termon Abbey and Aston Village in making them aware of what they have to offer.
“Our plan is to bring football to both estates and provide awareness of what we have offer” spokesperson Orlaith Nugent told Drogheda Life.
“We are fully inclusive and offer the same opportunities to both boys and girls and strive to develop children of all abilities” she said.
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“Therefore, we are holding a GAA fun filled games and coaching session on Saturday 13th July from 12.30-2.30pm at Oakfield Park green area and we are inviting all children young and old to come out and join in the fun.
“We are grateful of the support of both Louth GAA, Louth County Councillors and the members of An Garda Siochana who hopefully will join in the fun on the day.
“This is an exciting time in our club’s development and we are looking for more people to enjoy our success both on and off the football field.”
If for whatever reason you can’t make Saturday’s session on the Green there will be one every Saturday morning from 11am for all children nursery -14years and, of course, that includes boys and girls.
“Feel free to come in and find out more. We’d love to see you all” Orlaith concluded. For more information about the Newtown Blues GFC see newtownblues.ie