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Pride in Sheffield

19 Jul

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Tramlines – letter for local residents

19 Jul

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Wardsend Cemetery – Anniversary Event

13 Jun

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One Sheffield Many Cultures

11 Jun

Sheffield celebration of Our World In One City

 

One Sheffield Many Cultures Youth Festival will be showcasing talent from school’s across the city in association with Migration Matters festival.

 

The One Sheffield Many Cultures free festival takes place from 11am to 3pm in Barkers Pool on Saturday June 15.

 

The festival which brings together young people from across Sheffield to celebrate the city’s cultural diversity is set to be the biggest and best yet.

 

A total of 10 schools have already said they will perform at the event, which showcases song, dance and drama with short contributions from people in the faith community, trade unions and multicultural campaigns.

 

One Sheffield Many Cultures spokesperson Abdul Gooljar said: “We launched the festival to celebrate the contribution of our young people to our great multicultural city and it has been marvellous to see how it has grown.

 

“We hope that the number of people spending a few minutes or even longer to watch the performances will also increase as more families and individuals give their support to the youngsters taking part and celebrate the city’s diversity.”

 

For more information, please follow the link below:

www.onesheffieldmanycultures.org.uk

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Veiled Voyagers – a piece of theatre about migration in the early 20th Century

7 Jun

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MUSIC FOR THE HOMELESS SATURDAY 8TH JUNE DON VALLEY BOWL

7 Jun

Music for the HomelessMUSIC FOR THE HOMELESS SATURDAY 8TH JUNE DON VALLEY BOWL, COLERIDGE ROAD SHEFFIELD S9 5DA

GATES OPEN Saturday 12-30PM – 11PM

The Archer Project team up with charity-based music festival Mosfest to bring you a unique day of music with a sleepout under the stars option. Nine brilliant acts play a diverse range of music including SKA, Hip-Hop, Indie, Rock, Mod, Opera, Rock and Roll and Pop.  

Taking to the Homeless stage are THE NEVILLE STAPLE BAND, MISSING ANDY, BANG BANG ROMEO, TOM HINGLEYS KAR-PETS, THE SMITHS LTD, JOSEPHINE and the ARTIZANS, THE 48K’s, RYAN JARVIS and THE VELCRO TEDDY BEARS together they make a top-quality line up.

Neville Staple, Legendary front man of The Specials, Fun Boy Three and Special Beat, also known as The Original Rude Boy, is credited with changing the face of pop music not only once but twice.

Missing Andy are a superb British mod influenced band based in Essex.

Josephine & The Artizans are a London based Hip-Hopera band that consist of classical strings, brilliant operatic vocals, heavy beats and energetic rap.

Bang Bang Romeo are a Sheffield-based group whose sound is huge, atmospheric and captivating. Lead singer, Anastasia, has a voice totally unrivalled by her peers. BBR are supporting Pink on her 2019 tour.

Tom Hingley was lead singer with music icons The Inspiral Carpets Attracting rave reviews Tom brings his Kar-pets band along so expect to hear anthems such as Two Worlds Collide, This Is How It Feels and Saturn 5.

The Smiths Ltd was formed in Manchester, UK the hometown of The Smiths. The have the perfect Morrisey and play at venues and festivals all over the UK.

Josephine & The Artizans are a London based Hip-Hopera band that consist of classical strings, brilliant operatic vocals, heavy beats and energetic rap.

The 48K’s are a 5-piece Rock/Indie band hailing from Doncaster.

Ryan Jarvis is a brilliant young singer-songwriter from East Manchester.

Velcro Teddy Bears, a 5-piece band from Sheffield, serving you up rock and roll as it should be. Loud, swampy and covered in paisley.

Don Valley Bowl has great transport links, it’s a great venue and it’s also two minutes from the M1, has a Super-tram stop bang outside and is surrounded by hotels.

Ticket info;

This is now a free Event  !!!!!!!

Sleepout info;

Sleepout tents are £25 for a pitch (max 5 birth tents) – (2 adults with 3 children per tent). Please note you must have a festival ticket to sleepout.

Sleep out pitches here; www.archerproject.org.uk

Refugee Day event!

31 May

As an integral part of Refugee Week, we are celebrating ‘WORLD REFUGEE DAY 2019’ with a

Multicultural Event and football match  on 20th June 2019.

See event overview below:

DATE: THURSDAY JUNE 20TH 2019

VENUE:  U-MIX CENTRE 17 ASLINE ROAD, SHEFFIELD, S2 4UJ

TIME: 12:30PM -3PM-indoor event ( Talks,  performances and Food)

3:00PM-5:00PM-out door –sporting activities ( football tournament and more)

Organisers: Refugee Council  and the Resettled Refugee Communities’’ Forum

World Refugee Day 2019 will be celebrated all through the world on Thursday 20thf June and Celebrating World Refugee Day annually on 20th of June was declared by the United Nations General Assembly. The World Refugee Day celebration of 2019 marked the 68th anniversary of 1951 Convention Refugees status by the United Nations General Assembly

World refugee day is celebrated to support millions of people all over the world who have lost their homes and dear ones because of violence or war and in honour refugees  and Asylum seekers for their courage of facing lots of problems after losing homes due to conflict or violence and their contributions to their communities.

World refugee day celebration provides an opportunity to all to help the refugees worldwide to rebuild their quality lives through lots of related activities.

  • Refugees are provided variety of lifesaving assistance, safety and protection by the government agencies and organizations. They are provided tents, shelter, living materials supplies and served with the life-saving services.
  • The goal of celebrating this event is increasing public awareness among common public by sharing the related refugee stories.
  • To remind people about the all failures of an international community or home conflicts which forced lots of families to leave their home and go another place to save their life.
  • Refugees are taken as the asset and strength of the country and not as the burden. They are survivors and should get proper help and support timely.
  • It is very necessary to draw people’s attention towards the refugee’s conditions to honour their courage and solve their problems.

To find out more please visit: www.refugeecouncil.org.uk