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  • Final Call for Special Olympics plus Olympic Fringe Events

    Final Call for Special Olympics plus Olympic Fringe Events

    A final call has just gone out for those who wish to watch or get involved with the Special Olympics GB National Games which are taking place in Sheffield this week. Please do what you can to show your support by coming into the city to enjoy the Games and Fringe activities.

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  • Special Olympics GB National Summer Games Activity Festival

    Special Olympics GB National Summer Games Activity Festival

    The Special Olympics Summer Games are coming to Sheffield from 7 – 11 August. If you’re over 11 and have a learning disability you can try out new sports at this free festival on 9th August but you need to register by Friday 21st July

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  • Your Photos Wanted for Leisure Exhibition

    Your Photos Wanted for Leisure Exhibition

    To coincide with the Special Olympics coming to Sheffield we’re planning a photographic exhibition in the Winter Gardens during August to celebrate disabled people taking part in leisure activities you enjoy in the city.

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  • Special Olympics National Games Mural launched in Sheffield

    Special Olympics National Games Mural launched in Sheffield

    A special piece of artwork and outdoor mural to celebrate the Special Olympics National Games in Sheffield in August 2017 was unveiled on St Valentine’s day in Sheffield City Centre. The final piece of art will be 8 feet tall and 16 feet wide and erected on the hoardings of Sheffield Hallam University – on the current building construction opposite the main train station in the city centre until the end of the Games.

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