Redován 4/7/2017. A total of 250 boys and girls enjoy since yesterday the three summer schools launched from the Department of Sports Redován, tennis, swimming and multi-sport. In the case of multi-sport, the City Council of the town has received a grant from the Provincial Council. Area councilor Ramón López says that the aid "has allowed the fixing of affordable prices, which has made it possible for many children to enroll, a total of 150 in multi-sport only." This means that the figure is greater than ever "and we are very happy to have had so much acceptance," explained the mayor. The provincial institution has subsidized the Consistory Redondo 36.85% of the total budget of this sports school that has a total cost of 14,964 euros. Thus, once the expenditure is justified, 5,515.15 euros may be received from the Diputación.

The activities, aimed at children from 5 to 12 years and that are made at the Polideportivo Los Pasos until the 28th are very varied. The councilman has indicated that they will practice football, basketball, handball, volleyball, baseball, badminton, fencing, hiking, and will have the opportunity to meet also traditional games and gymkana. "To make the heat of summer more bearable, there will be aquatic games," said Lopez, who added that a rockclimb has also been included "which is the most demanded every year."

This school, like all those held after the end of school, is designed to make it possible to reconcile work and family life, so flexible entry and exit times have been established. The Councilor for Sports has commented that the entry begins at 8.45 in the morning, with half an hour of margin until the start of the activities at 9.15. "With the departure time the same is done, the sports practices end at one o'clock but the mothers and fathers have until one and a half to pick up."

With regard to tennis, there are 50 children targeted at the summer staff, while another half a hundred swim at the indoor swimming pool at Redován, which reaches a total of 250 students in sports activities Of this summer.