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280 summer jobs up for grabs at 126 sports camps

The camp is accepting applicants from primary, secondary and P.E teachers across the country.

SOME 280 JOBS are to be created this summer at ‘Let’s Go’ sports camp.

Although they are short-term, the camp is accepting applicants from primary, secondary and P.E teachers across the country.

The summer camps cater for children between 5 and 13 years and will take place in July and August.

Now in its 20th year, there are now 126 ‘Let’s Go’ summer camps taking place around the country with an addition of 10 new camps this year in Dublin.

“The camps are a great opportunity for teachers to gain experience and learn activities that they can take back to their schools after the summer,” said Eileen Sheehy, co-founder of Let’s Go.

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