On Thursday July 3, 23 young people aged between 13-16 went for a day to Todd’s Leap and Adventure Area near Ballygawley.
the young people enjoyed archery, the climbing wall, the giant swing, body zorbing, blindfold driving and a JCB challenge.
They left Cookstown at 9.00am with two adults accompanying them on the bus and arrived in Todd’s Leap at around 10.45, where they were divided into two groups to begin the days activites.
The activites were very excited and a complete change to the normal summer holiday activities of home.
The day was filled with laughter and a fair amount of squealing and not just from the girls.
All had lunch in the dining area about 1.00pm and finished their activites at 3.45pm.
The whole event was funded by BRIC and organised by the Cookstown North Community Group committee.
The committee were very appreciative of the funding and the opportunity it gave these young people from the area.