Where do I find information about the various camps?

You will find all information on our websiteor contact us at 071 9143580 or info@cll.ie with your enquiry  

When do holiday courses take place?

Our holiday courses are generally held during holiday periods. We are continuously updating our camps so browse our web pages to read what’s on offer. 

When can I book?

Our booking form is open all year around. Each activity webpage provides details of the early bird prices. 

How much are the courses/camps?

This depends on the course/camp itself as prices vary. All details are available of each camp webpage or contact the CLL for more information 

Is there an ‘early bird’ rate?

Yes we offer early bird rates on all our courses/camps. Full details are available on each activity camp and holiday course on the website 

Is there a discount if my child attends more than one camp?

Yes – we offer discounts. You can enquire from the CLL as discounts depend on camp type and number your child is attending 

Is the shuttle bus to and from Sligo town free?

Yes – we offer a free shuttle service. 

What is the name of the bus service?

We will advise you prior to each course/camp start sate with details on bus operator. The St. Angela’s College sign is clearly displayed in the bus front window 

What time does the bus leave Sligo town and return at?

Times vary depending on the holiday course/ activity camp but these are clearly stated on the website and you will also be advised in advance of camp starting 

Are catering facilities available at St. Angela’s College?

Yes we have a full catering service offering a range of food and drinks 

Can I bring/send lunch to the College?

Yes you are welcome to bring a lunch or send a lunch with your child 

Are the camp activities safe?

Yes all activities are safe and children are encouraged to participate in all activities 

Are children supervised?

Yes children are supervised at all times 

Who do I contact if I wish to discuss my child’s medical condition/illness?

Please contact the Centre for Lifelong Learning and you will be directed to the appropriate person to deal with any concerns or issues you may have 

How are medical incidents dealt with?

Our camp staff are qualified in First Aid, and will deliver first-response treatment in the event of an injury or illness. A decision is then made about the need for further medical attention at a hospital. You will also be contacted in the event of an incident or injury