Archive | March, 2015
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Activities in Concord Park from 4th April – Saturdays 1pm to 4pm

30 Mar

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JOB VACANCY: Active Involvement Officer – Foxhill Forum

23 Mar

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Sheffield Interfaith Walk Sunday 26th April 2.30pm – starting at St Cuthberts near Northern General

23 Mar

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Easter multi-sports sessions at Brightside Recreation Ground, Jenkin road

23 Mar

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Families and community resilience around gang violence – Burngreave Vestry Hall

23 Mar

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On Saturday March 28th, 6.30-8.30pm the Somali Professionals Association (SPA) and the Knife Awareness Project will be hosting a evening workshop on family and community resilience around gang violence. The event will take place at Vestry Hall and is supported by the Burngreave councillors Ibrar Hussein and Jackie Drayton.

We’d like to invite you to attend and would particularly ask that you circulate this poster to the young people you work with.  This event is open to all but is directly focussed on young people and practitioners.

Film Making Workshop for Kids – FREE

20 Mar

WATCH IT! MAKE IT! SHOW IT!into film logo

This Easter kids get the chance to explore the exciting world of cinema – come and get involved with filmmaking FREE!

Showroom Cinema has teamed up with Into Film to bring you this exciting opportunity.

Workshops include storyboarding with David Bunting who was Storyboard artist on Shaun the Sheep and Bob the Builder!

We’re looking for young people living in Sheffield between the ages of 5 and 15 to take part during the Easter holidays at Showroom Cinema.

Want to take part? These are the dates:

See / Think: 7-9 April

Watching films and other linked activities. Young people will explore what makes a good film, how a story is created using storyboarding and find out what else is involved.

Make: 26-28 May

Local filmmakers help guide the young people through the filmmaking process: writing, shooting and editing their own films.

Imagine: June 12 and 26 and July 12

Participants plan and promote a screening of their own films at the Showroom.

There are places within three ages ranges; 5-8; 9-12 & 13-15; All workshops are designed especially each age group.

Get going! To apply download a form (in word) (as a pdf) and ask your parent or guardian to fill it in and email it to us or send it to:

Meabh O’Donovan, Showroom Workstation, The Workstation, 15 Paternoster Row,

Sheffield, S1 2BX by 5pm 27 March 2015

http://www.showroomworkstation.org.uk/info/watchitmakeitshowit

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Become a Homestart Volunteer and help young families

20 Mar

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