An Evening in Aid of Sheffield Women's No Recourse Fund

The Fund has been set up to help local domestic abuse projects provide safe accommodation and short term financial support to women fleeing domestic abuse who have ‘no recourse to public funds’ because of their immigration status.

Funds raised will provide support with essential living costs (food, clothing, nappies) to some of the most vulnerable women and children in Sheffield.

For local help & advice on domestic abuse: Burngreave Domestic Abuse Project: (0114) 272 0901

Come and dance to The Free Radicals

  • Playing soul & funk classics.

  • With River Wolton, Late Bloomers, Tina McKevitt and more.

  • Saturday 7th June, 7.30pm til late, at the Millennium Hall, 520 Ecclesall Road, aka “The Polish Club” (near Hunter's Bar)

  • £6.00 / £3.00

Donations and children welcome. Raffle, bar and soft drinks on sale.

Event organised by Sheffield Domestic Abuse Forum.

Campaign to Abolish No Recourse to Public Funds is hosted via:

The Free Radicals at the Millennium Hall, Ecclesall Road
7:30pm to 11:00pm Saturday 7 June 2008

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