Trips and Events

Streetworx Trips and events

Contact Streetworx 272 362

Road Safety workshop and Go-Karting
Thursday 24th July 12pm-2pm
Verdon Street

Girls Go-Karting
Monday 11th August 1pm-2pm

Cinema Trip
Tuesday 12th August 12pm-4pm

Mini Carnival
Thursday 14th August 12pm start
Petre Street

Drayton Manor (£3 refundable deposit)
Monday 18th August 8.30am start

Fashion Show

(for Girls ) £2
Celebration evening, performances, dance and music
Saturday 9th August 5pm-8pm - plus after party
Vestry Hall
Burngreave After School Study Support Project
Contact Diane Haimeed 261 1439

Sheffield Futures - activities for young women

Clumber Park guided cycling tour
Wednesday 30th July 1pm-5pm

Rother Valley Water Sports
Wednesday 6th August 1pm-5pm

Hesley Woods team building and obstacle course
Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th August 1pm-5pm

Vivienne Westwood Fashion Exhibition
Wednesday 20th August 2pm-4pm

Contact Shahnaz Hussain 07919 446 851

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