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Plan your School Summer Holiday Fun

Plan your School Summer Holiday Fun

Sheffield City Council’s Children’s University holds a programme of free taster activities for children and young people, running right across the summer holidays. The ‘Festival of Fun’ is set to return for an action-packed 10th edition this summer – and parents and youngsters can start planning what activities they want to take part in. It allows them to try something new and perhaps discover a new passion.

It is accessed with a CU Passport to Learning – available from the city’s libraries – with all the Festival of Fun activities free at the point of access.

The initiative is celebrating its 10th year, with a bumper crop of activities from 24th July to 30th August including music, sports, circus skills, woodland activities, dance and drama.

The programme will be posted soon on their Facebook page.

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