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Your Photos Wanted for Leisure Exhibition

To coincide with the Special Olympics coming to Sheffield from 7th to 12th August 2017, Disability Sheffield want to celebrate disabled people taking part in leisure activities in the city .We are planning a photographic exhibition in the Winter Gardens during August showcasing leisure and sport activities you enjoy – it could be cycling, swimming, walking, climbing, football, table tennis, snooker, dancing, horse riding – anything which keeps you active, is fun and helps your well being .

If you’d like your leisure photos to be included in the exhibition please send them to us along with a brief statement explaining why you enjoy your activity so much by emailing emily.morton@disabilitysheffield.org.uk or phone Emily on 0114 2536747 for more information.

Please send us your photos by 15th June 2017. View Poster



  • Mr Anderson:

    20 Jun 2017 09:12:00

    A leisure exhibition?

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