Sheffield Futures launches new Things To Do Guide for young people

Sheffield Futures launches new Things To Do Guide for young people

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Local youth charity Sheffield Futures has launched the latest edition of the Things To Do Guide, a free handbook with over 200 local activities in April to June. Families and young people aged 8-18 can plan their Easter holidays in advance, as well as learn about events all over Sheffield. The guide is packed with handy information, including days, times, venues and details of activities, all in an easy-to-understand format.

Sporty people can find new ways of keeping fit – everything from football to fencing, or skating to snorkelling. Outdoor lovers can find out about Sheffield’s amazing selection of green activities – feeding farm animals or seeing the sights of the city on walking tours. Families will find creative classes in music, dance, art, film and media as well as local theatre listings, art exhibitions and other performances suitable for young people.

The guide features details on the 21 local youth clubs across the city run by the Sheffield Futures Community Youth Teams. Activities at the youth clubs range from arts and crafts, cooking, video games and sports.

Printed copies of the Things To Do Guide are available free of charge at Sheffield Futures one-stop-shop at Star House, 43 Division Street, S1 4GE or any of the youth clubs run by Sheffield Futures.

How you can help

Our charity is dedicated to helping Sheffield's young people to reach their full potential and achieve the best out of life, whatever their starting point. To help us to do more to support young people and communities we need your help. Just remember, every penny you donate will make a difference.