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Reach Sheffield Street Party

Saturday 18th August

Reach Sheffield are organising a community street party at Newfield Green. The event will take place along the concourse at Newfield Green with activities also taking place at Terry Wright Community Centre and Newfield Green Library.

This will be a small community event to promote and celebrate food growing, healthy eating and cooking. The event will encourage families in their community to come together and use their leisure time to participate in a healthy activities, have fun together and engage with nature in Gleadless Valley.

There will be lots of fun activities available on the day including fitness demonstrations, free healthy food, music, face painting, henna tattoos and other activities for children.

The event will be a valuable opportunity to engage with local people and there will also be stalls available for partners to have a presence at the event.

Please contact John on john.chamberlain@gvcf.org.uk or 0114 239 4888 if you would like any further information or would like to book a free stall.


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