Please support our application for an all weather pitch in Sallins.

Ruairí  Mc Donnell
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Please sign this petition to support St. Laurence’s National School’s Sports Capital Fund application for an all weather pitch in Sallins.

The proposed pitch would run adjacent to the school grounds and would be available for use by the school and the community.

Currently, our students have no access to a field during break time for the majority of the school year. An all weather pitch would give the pupils space to run and play safely throughout the year.

The all weather pitch would be a fantastic resource for our 27 sports teams, which cover 8 sports including boys and girls Gaelic football, basketball, camogie, hurling, soccer, cross country running, hockey and rugby. This all weather pitch would mean our teams/pupils would have a facility to train on all year round, more than doubling our current access.

If this application is successful, the all weather pitch would be available for community use through our school community groups including scouts, guides, G.A.A and community games and through a licensing agreement with Sallins Celtic. Thirty hours per week would be offered to Sallins Celtic F.C, who have had no permanent training facilities in Sallins since their inception in 1998.

Please help support our application by signing this petition.

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