MFR CASH FOR KIDS are playing a supporting role when people turn out at the Moray Leisure Centre on Monday to try out one of Scotland’s most popular ice sports.
Anyone from eight to 80 – and even outside these ages – is being encouraged to head along to the rink on Monday (October 9) to have a try at Curling.
The session will be free of charge and will be attended by coaches from the Moray Province Curling Development Group. All you have to bring is yourself, clean trainers – by clean, that means not worn on your way to the rink, please use other footwear to travel in. Loose fitting trousers are also recommended.
A spokeswoman said: “Moray has a great history in curling – we have Olympic medallists, seniors playing at national level, wheelchair users and juniors playing at international level.
“Our wheelchair curlers, mainstream and juniors all compete in the local leagues. Several of our players are cue or stick curlers which enables people with mobility issues to join in too.
“Curling is an inclusive sport. If anyone wants more information www.trycurling.co.uk or Sandra MacIver on 07817 1066 62 can help.”
This event is part of Moray Leisure Centre’s joint initiative with MFR’ s Cash For Kids.