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Small Park, Big Run

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Small Park, Big Run is a 24 hour event that has very close links with people in Palestine and raises funds for Sheffield Palestine Women’s Scholarship Fund and The Healing Centre in Khan Younis, run by partners in Gaza Never Stop Dreaming. This year again due to Covid-19 it cannot be in Meersbrook Park, but it’s definitely happening. Run, walk,…
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Sheffield Day of Action for refugee rights

Outside UK Visas & Immigration, Vulcan House, 6 Millsands, Sheffield S3 8NU "Riverside" district, close to Sheffield city centre
Your community needs you! Local campaigners are organising this day of action in Sheffield as part of Refugee Week 2021. These Walls Must Fall supporters will be taking action across the whole day outside Vulcan House, the Home Office building in Sheffield. Sheffield says: We are here, we are not going to stand for the ongoing harassment and detention of…
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Sheffield Against the Policing Bill

Peace Gardens, Sheffield city centre Next to the Town Hall
Here’s how we Kill the Bill: The policing bill returns to Parliament on Thursday 24 June; you can help it get no further by educating people on the streets or planning some actions via the SAPB steering group. Sheffield Against the Policing Bill’s steering group meeting is on  the 17 June, at 7.30pm at the Peace Gardens. The steering group is…
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Planet to Plate festival of sustainable food

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A 3-day online festival of talks, performances and live events to celebrate sustainable food, from the planetary to the household scale. It includes music and video performance from Aquakulture, learn how to grow food in the desert using old mattress foam, explore inside Sheffield’s new aquaponics mini-farm, or see how an artist, a drag queen and a natural scientist are…
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Soundtracking Streets: Found Sounds and Impromptu Music

Online and in person
How to use free accessible materials to make art based in the environment around you. An alternative and progressive take on folk and song-writing, exploring themes of social politics, history and environment with musician and artist Jim Ghedi. His previous idiosyncratic take on folk has often been instrumental, exploring the natural world and his relationship to it through his music,…
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Film: Chelas nha Ka

Showroom Cinema, but you can watch online if you prefer
Chelas nha Kau reflects the lives and realities of Bataclan 1950, a group of friends from Zona J – a low-income suburb of Lisbon – who use rap music as a means to express their identity. Shot across three years, and emerging from a workshop with multimedia cooperative Bagabaga Studios, the film was made by the same young people that…
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