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launching a Youth Dropin called ‘The Hangout’ – it will be open every evening (6–9pm), Mon–Fri 1st–19th August in the Welcome Centre, Christ Church Pitsmoor, Nottingham Street.

Community Engagement Team Activites

Six weeks of activities with a range of services delivered for local people including: DJ workshops, dance workshops, drumming workshop, graffiti workshops and sports sessions

Designer Youth Shelter

Ever thought of owning your own home? Can’t afford the down payment on a mortgage? Never mind! You can have your very own place to hang out, out of the rain and wind, in your favourite haunt – Abbeyfield Park. Fabulous views across well-manicured lawns, centrally located in a listed park!

Environmental Fun Day with Burngreave Rangers

Wednesday 31st August, 1-4 pm

Events for the Firvale & Firshill Area

Activity Sheffield in Conjunction with Sheffield Futures

International Dad's Day

On Saturday 13th August at Verdon Street Recreation Centre, from 10.30am-3pm

Listen to Us Project

Friday 12th August 1–6pm Burngreave’s Olympic Celebration Sports Day

Osgathorpe Jam

Sunday 31 July 2005 1-8pm

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