Judith McFarlane, the Royal Caledonian Curling Club's development manager, has announced her plans for the first adult camp, to be held at Kinross, September 26-28. There are thirty-two places, and these will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Application forms can be downloaded here.
The camp has come about because of the success of the RCCC masterclasses and the wish of some curlers for something more intensive. The plan for the Kinross adult camp is to have four teams and to run a ‘mini Olympics’ theme throughout the weekend.
Cost, which includes two nights accommodation, is £220.
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