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GIVE IT A GO SPRING PROGRAMME 2. BUY YOUR TICKET IN ADVANCE FROM THE STUDENTS’ UNION BOX OFFICE OR ONLINE SHEFFIELDSU.COM/GIVEITAGO 3. TURN UP ON THE DAY WITH YOUR TICKET AND ‘GIVE IT A GO’

RESIDENCE LIFE

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1. CHOOSE AN ACTIVITY YOU WANT TO DO

GIALG GIVE IT A LITTLE GO (FREE) BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND HEALTHY CAMPUS FAMILY FRIENDLY BRAND NEW WOMEN’S COMMITTEE

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THE GIVE IT A GO PROGRAMME IS PACKED FULL OF ACTIVITIES, EVENTS AND EXPERIENCES JUST FOR STUDENTS, SO WHY NOT JOIN IN THE FUN?! ALL ACTIVITIES ARE RUN AT A BEGINNER’S LEVEL SO IT DOESN’T MATTER IF YOU HAVEN’T TRIED THE ACTIVITY BEFORE. THERE’S NO STRINGS ATTACHED, JUST PAY AND PLAY.

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SPORT CREATIVE MIND AND BODY MUSIC AND DANCE SKILLS OTHER FUN STUFF LANGUAGES TRIPS VOLUNTEERING ACTIVISM AND CAMPAIGNS CHAPLAINCY VOLUNTEERING

RESIDENCE LIFE. If you are living in University Managed Accommodation, you can get a £2 discount off everything you see in this programme above £2.50, and on our day trips you get a massive £5 off! To get this discount, show your Residence Life card at the Box Office when you buy your ticket.

Look out for the Residence Life Logo throughout the programme to find activities that are right on your doorstep.


MONDAY 4TH FEBRUARY

WEEK BEGINNING 4TH FEBRUARY

THURSDAY 7TH FEBRUARY • BEGINNERS FRENCH 5 WEEK COURSE • GYMNASTICS • COMEDY ACTING WITH USLES • BOOMWHACKERS • STRING GROUP • ROCK BAND • CHORUS • ZUMBA • YIN YOGA • DEEP TALK COURSE

• ARCHERY • BLUES BAND • ZUMBA • SWING DANCE • ASHTANGA YOGA • PILATES • WOMEN’S RUGBY

FRIDAY 8TH FEBRUARY • FENCING • FRINJE • WOMEN’S’ BASKETBALL

MONDAY 11TH FEBRUARY

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WEEK BEGINNING 11TH FEBRUARY

• BEGINNERS SPANISH 5 WEEK COURSE • LEARN PALMISTRY • ARCHERY • SCRIPT WRITING WITH USLES • LIFESAVING SPORT • ZUMBA • HORSE RIDING • VERSE COME, VERSE SERVCE • WOMENS RUBY UNION

THURSDAY 14TH FEBRUARY

FRIDAY 15TH FEBRUARY

• BEGINNERS FRENCH 5 WEEK COURSE • CHORUS REHEARSAL • ZUMBA • HORSE RIDING • HENNA DRAWING • DEEP TALK COURSE

• HORSE RIDING • WONDERFUL WILDLIFE RESERVE

TUESDAY 5TH FEBRUARY • ARCHERY • GYMNASTICS • BIG BAND • SAXOPHONE GROUP • NEEDLE FELTING • HATHA YOGA • INTERACTIVE CULINARY SESSIONS

SATURDAY 9TH FEBRUARY • CITY OF OXFORD

TUESDAY 12TH FEBRUARY • BEGINNERS ITALIAN 5 WEEK COURSE • STEEL CITY GHOST TOUR • ARCHERY • LIFESAVING FIRST AID • EMBROIDERED PATCHES • HORSE RIDING • INTERACTIVE CULINARY SESSIONS • BEGINNERS RUSSIAN 5 WEEK COURSE

SATURDAY 16TH FEBRUARY

WEDNESDAY 6TH FEBRUARY • MIXED SELF DEFENCE CLASS • IMPROVISED COMEDY • CONCERT BAND • GIVE DRAG A GO • PILATES • MUSICAL THEATRE • THE COOKERY SCHOOL • DEEP SEARCH COURSE • SHEFFIELD CHINESE NEW YEAR EVENT 2019

SUNDAY 10TH FEBRUARY • BENCHBALL • NEWCASTLE AND ANGEL OF THE NORTH • MEDIEVAL FIGHTING AND CRAFTING • ACRYLIC PAINTING

MONDAY 18TH FEBRUARY

TUESDAY 19TH FEBRUARY

• BEGINNERS SPANISH 5 WEEK COURSE • LEARN SELF HAND AND FACE MASSAGE • MATLAB ESSENTIALS 5 WEEK COURSE • HOLIDAY ACTIVITY RUN

• BEGINNERS ITALIAN 5 WEEK COURSE • BEGINNERS RUSSIAN 5 WEEK COURSE • BOLLYWOOD DANCE • BEGINNERS SIGN LANGUAGE 5 WEEK COURSE • ANSYS STRUCTURAL 5 WEEK COURSE • HOLIDAY ACTIVITY RUN

THURSDAY 21ST FEBRUARY

FRIDAY 22ND FEBRUARY

SATURDAY 23RD FEBRUARY

• BEGINNERS FRENCH 5 WEEK COURSE • SOCIETY FIRST AID • LEARN SWEDISH BACK MASSAGE • POUND FIT • SOLIDWORKS BEGINNERS 5 WEEK COURSE • HOLIDAY ACTIVITY RUN

• FENCING • SOLIDWORKS ADVANCED 5 WEEK COURSE

WEEK BEGINNING 18TH FEBRUARY

WEDNESDAY 13TH FEBRUARY • BEGINNERS JAPANESE 5 WEEK COURSE • LEARN HOW TO READ TAROT • GIVE DRAG A GO • HORRORGAMI: SPOOKY CRAFTS • VINYL HUNTING • HORSE RIDING • THE COOKERY SCHOOL • DEEP SEARCH COURSE • SELF DEFENCE 5 WEEK COURSE

SUNDAY 17TH FEBRUARY

• LINCOLN AND CASTLE HILL • CASTLETON CIRCULAR MARKET • KENSINGTON PALACE • BEGINNERS FILMMAKING • FUSION 360 ESSENTIALS WORKSHOP

WEEK BEGINNING 25TH FEBRUARY

THURSDAY 28TH FEBRUARY • BEGINNERS FRENCH 5 WEEK COURSE • SOCIETY FIRST AID • DEEP TALK COURSE • SOLIDWORKS BEGINNERS 5 WEEK COURSE

• CITY OF CAMBRIDGE • PEAKS WALK WITH ACTIVIST HISTORY • LATEX ESSENTIALS

WEDNESDAY 20TH FEBRUARY • BEGINNERS JAPANESE 5 WEEK COURSE • BEGINNER’S HINDI • GREEN SHEFFIELD SHOWCASE • HORSEMANSHIP • THE COOKERY SCHOOL • ANSYS CFD 5 WEEK COURSE • HOLIDAY ACTIVITY RUN • SELF DEFENCE 5 WEEK COURSE

SUNDAY 24TH FEBRUARY • FUSION 360 ESSENTIALS

MONDAY 25TH FEBRUARY

TUESDAY 26TH FEBRUARY

WEDNESDAY 27TH FEBRUARY

• BEGINNERS SPANISH 5 WEEK COURSE • BEGINNERS GREEK 5 WEEK COURSE • DREAM CATCHER MAKING • LEARN REIKI • MATLAB ESSENTIALS 5 WEEK COURSE

• BEGINNERS ITALIAN 5 WEEK COURSE • BEGINNERS RUSSIAN 5 WEEK COURSE • BEGINNERS SIGN LANGUAGE 5 WEEK COURSE • LATIN AND BALLROOM DANCE • PATCHWORK PIN CUSHIONS • INTERACTIVE CULINARY SESSION • ANSYS STRUCTURAL 5 WEEK COURSE

• BEGINNERS JAPANESE 5 WEEK COURSE • BEGINNERS SPANISH 5 WEEK COURSE • BATH BOMB MAKING WITH LUSH • NATURAL HORSEMANSHIP • THE COOKERY SCHOOL • DEEP SEARCH COURSE • ANSYS CFD 5 WEEK COURSE • INSPIRE STUDENTS OF THE FUTURE • SELF DEFENCE 5 WEEK COURSE

FRIDAY 1ST MARCH

SATURDAY 2ND MARCH

SUNDAY 3RD MARCH

• BODY LANGUAGE SKILLS • 24HR FILMMAKING CHALLENGE • SOLIDWORKS ADVANCED 5 WEEK COURSE

• EMERGENCY FIRST AID • CITY OF LIVERPOOL • LATEX ESSENTIALS • WONDERFUL WILDLIFE RESERVE

• CASTLETON • SUPPORT ON A SUNDAY

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MONDAY 4TH MARCH

WEEK BEGINNING 4TH MARCH

• BEGINNERS SPANISH 5 WEEK COURSE • BEGINNERS GREEK 5 WEEK COURSE • SELF-CARE AND HEALTHY ACTIVISM WORKSHOP • INTRODUCTION TO HACKATHONS • DEEP SEARCH COURSE • MATLAB ESSENTIALS 5 WEEK COURSE

TUESDAY 5TH MARCH • BEGINNERS ITALIAN 5 WEEK COURSE • BEGINNERS RUSSIAN 5 WEEK COURSE • BEGINNERS SIGN LANGUAGE 5 WEEK COURSE • LATIN AND BALLROOM DANCE • INTERACTIVE CULINARY SESSIONS • ANSYS STRUCTURAL 5 WEEK COURSE

THURSDAY 7TH MARCH

FRIDAY 8TH MARCH

SATURDAY 9TH MARCH

• BEGINNERS FRENCH 5 WEEK COURSE • SOLIDWORKS BEGINNERS 5 WEEK COURSE

• SOLIDWORKS ADVANCED 5 WEEK COURSE

• BIRMINGHAM SHOPPING • AUTOCAD ESSENTIALS COURSE • HOLLY HAGG

MONDAY 11TH MARCH

WEEK BEGINNING 11TH MARCH

THURSDAY 14TH MARCH • SOLIDWORKS BEGINNERS 5 WEEK COURSE • ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL CRISIS

• BEGINNERS SPANISH 5 WEEK COURSE • BEGINNERS GREEK 5 WEEK COURSE • LEARN SELF HAND AND FACE MASSAGE • DEEP SEARCH COURSE • MATLAB ESSENTIALS 5 WEEK COURSE

FRIDAY 15TH MARCH • SOLIDWORKS ADVANCED 5 WEEK COURSE

TUESDAY 12TH MARCH • BEGINNERS ITALIAN 5 WEEK COURSE • BEGINNERS RUSSIAN 5 WEEK COURSE • BEGINNERS SIGN LANGUAGE 5 WEEK COURSE • HISTORICAL CRIME AND MURDER TOUR • ANSYS STRUCTURAL 5 WEEK COURSE

SATURDAY 16TH MARCH • LLANDUDNO - NORTH WALES • SCRIPTWRITING AND STORYBOARDING WORKSHOP • AUTOCAD ESSENTIALS COURSE

WEDNESDAY 6TH MARCH • BEGINNERS JAPANESE 5 WEEK COURSE • BEGINNERS SPANISH 5 WEEK COURSE • CRAFTIVISM: THE ART OF PROTEST • THE COOKERY SCHOOL • DEEP TALK COURSE • ANSYS CFD 5 WEEK COURSE • MARVELLOUS MANOR LODGE GARDENS SELF DEFENCE 5 WEEK COURSE

SUNDAY 10TH MARCH • SHAKESPEARE’S HOUSES AND STRATFORD-UPON-AVON • SUPPORT ON A SUNDAY

WEDNESDAY 13TH MARCH • BEGINNERS JAPANESE 5 WEEK COURSE • BEGINNERS SPANISH 5 WEEK COURSE • MINDFUL LIFE SKILLS • DEEP TALK COURSE • ANSYS CFD 5 WEEK COURSE • GREEN CITY ACTION • SELF DEFENCE 5 WEEK COURSE

SUNDAY 17TH MARCH • CITY OF YORK • CAMERA AND LIGHTING WORKSHOP • WONDERFUL WILDLIFE RESERVE

MONDAY 18TH MARCH WEEK BEGINNING 18TH MARCH THURSDAY 21ST MARCH • SOLIDWORKS BEGINNERS 5 WEEK COURSE

FRIDAY 22ND MARCH • SOLIDWORKS ADVANCED 5 WEEK COURSE

MONDAY 25TH MARCH WEEK BEGINNING 25TH MARCH THURSDAY 28TH MARCH • BEYONCE DANCE CLASS

• BEGINNERS GREEK 5 WEEK COURSE • DEEP SEARCH COURSE

FRIDAY 29TH MARCH • SWIMATHON 2019

MONDAY 1ST APRIL WEEK BEGINNING 1ST APRIL THURSDAY 4TH APRIL

• HOLIDAY ACTIVITY RUN

• HOLIDAY ACTIVITY RUN

• GREEN CITY ACTION

EASTER VACATION

MONDAY 8TH APRIL

WEEK BEGINNING 8TH APRIL THURSDAY 11TH APRIL • BIG BUMMIT TO TRANSYLVANIA • BEGINNERS GERMAN 2 DAY COURSE

EASTER VACATION WEEK BEGINNING 15TH APRIL

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• BEGINNERS GREEK 5 WEEK COURSE • MATLAB ESSENTIALS 5 WEEK COURSE

FRIDAY 5TH APRIL

• BIG BUMMIT TO TRANSYLVANIA

FRIDAY 12TH APRIL • BIG BUMMIT TO TRANSYLVANIA

MONDAY 16TH APRIL • BIG BUMMIT TO TRANSYLVANIA

TUESDAY 19TH MARCH

WEDNESDAY 20TH MARCH

• BEGINNERS SIGN LANGUAGE • BEGINNERS SPANISH 5 WEEK 5 WEEK COURSE COURSE • ANSYS STRUCTURAL 5 • ANSYS CFD 5 WEEK COURSE WEEK COURSE • SPRING ON THE FARM

SATURDAY 23RD MARCH

SUNDAY 24TH MARCH

• HARRY POTTER STUDIOS • SUPPORT ON A SUNDAY TOUR - LONDON • WHINFELL QUARRY GARDEN

TUESDAY 26TH MARCH • GIVE IT A SPIN

WEDNESDAY 27TH MARCH • BEGINNERS SPANISH 5 WEEK COURSE • DEEP TALK COURSE • GENDER AND FEMINISM

SATURDAY 30TH MARCH

SUNDAY 31ST MARCH

• ALNWICK CASTLE, GROUNDS AND POISON GARDENS • HOLLY HAGG

BST BEGINS

TUESDAY 2ND APRIL

WEDNESDAY 3RD APRIL

• HOLIDAY ACTIVITY RUN

SATURDAY 6TH APRIL

• LEARN AROMATHERAPY • HOLIDAY ACTIVITY RUN

SUNDAY 7TH APRIL

• WHITBY

TUESDAY 9TH APRIL

WEDNESDAY 10TH APRIL

• BIG BUMMIT TO • BIG BUMMIT TO TRANSYLVANIA TRANSYLVANIA • BEGINNERS GERMAN 2 DAY • EAST MIDLANDS DESIGNER COURSE SHOPPING OUTLET

SATURDAY 13TH APRIL • BIG BUMMIT TO TRANSYLVANIA

TUESDAY 17TH APRIL

SUNDAY 14TH APRIL • BIG BUMMIT TO TRANSYLVANIA

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A huge variety of sports and activities throughout the year Great for supporting your mental wellbeing Available to all students

Booking before all sessions is required and all Social Sport paid sessions are available up to 6 days before the session takes place (up to 4 days for Residence Life sessions). This can be done either; In person: Goodwin Sports Centre, gym reception Online: www.sport-sheffield.com/social-sport or www.sport-sheffield.com/residence-sport

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Any enquiries regarding the Social Sport / Residence Sport programme, please contact:

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Martin Cook - Social Sport Officer m.cook@sheffield.ac.uk / 0114 222 6977

Stephenson Hall, Oakholme Road, S10 3DG

James Blencowe - Social Sport Officer j.blencowe@sheffield.ac.uk / 0114 222 6978

Sheffield High School, 10 Rutland Park, S10 2PE

Kristie Barclay - Residence Sport Coordinator k.barclay@sheffield.ac.uk / 0114 222 6967

Engaging in physical activity is proven to be beneficial to promote your physical and mental wellbeing. Get out, get active and give our sessions a go to look after your body and mind!


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RESIDENCE GYM 10-11AM

LEARN TO CYCLE 5-8PM

SQUASH & RACKETBALL 2.40-4.00PM

RESIDENCE GYM 7-8AM

VOLLEYBALL 5-6PM

PARKRUN 8:30AM

MEN’S BASKETBALL 10AM-12PM

£2 PER SESSION

SQUASH & RACKETBALL 4.40-6.00PM

FITNESS CLASS 4.30-5.15PM

RUNNING 3PM

NETBALL 4-5PM

BOULDERING 6-7.20PM

LEARN TO CYCLE 9AM-12PM

ARCHERY 11AM-1PM

£2 PER SESSION OR FREE TO RESIDENCE LIFE MEMBERS

WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL 6.15-7.15PM

HIGH INTENSITY FITNESS 7.15-8PM

RECREATIONAL SWIMMING 4-5PM

ROWING FITNESS 5-6PM

SWIMMING 6-8PM

DODGEBALL 1.30-2:30PM

BENCHBALL 12-1PM

YOGA & MINDFULNESS 6.30-7.30PM

YOGA 8.30-9.30PM

SPINNING 5.30-6.15PM

TOUCH RUGBY 5-6PM

BOULDERING 7.20-9.20PM

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 2.30-3:30PM

BADMINTON 1-3PM

MEN’S FOOTBALL 6-7PM

ULTIMATE FRISBEE 5-6PM

SQUASH 7.20-9.20PM

FUTSAL 3:30-4:30PM

MEN’S FOOTBALL 4-5PM

TABLE TENNIS 6-7.30PM

WOMEN’S FOOTBALL 5-6PM

YOGA 7-8PM

WOMEN’S BOXING FITNESS 7-8PM

WOMEN’S SELF DEFENCE 6-7PM

PILATES 7:30-8:30PM

ZUMBA 7.30-8.30PM

FITNESS CLASS 7-7.45PM

EXCLUSIVE TO RESIDENCE LIFE MEMBERS FREE OF CHARGE PRICES VARY & ALTERNATIVE BOOKING PROCESS. SEE WEBSITE FREE TO ALL

VENUES GOODWIN SPORTS CENTRE RANMOOR ALLEN COURT / CITY PEARSON BUILDING, SHEFFIELD HALLAM ENDCLIFFE

BOXING FITNESS 7-8PM LACROSSE 7-8PM

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WOMEN’S ONLY SWIM 4-5PM

ZUMBA 7.45-8.30PM

HOCKEY 7-8PM YOGA 7.30-8.30PM

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Friendly Peak District walks throughout the year, Saturdays and Sundays, £2 for non members Contact: suwc@sheffield.ac.uk Website: suwc.co.uk

GLOW IN THE DARK EVENT

Our unique Glow Sport event, featuring Badminton and Zumba, will take place on Tuesday 5th March 2019 in the Octagon, £3pp. See facebook/ socialsportuos for details

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Engaging new session with our Fencing Club, Mondays, 7-9.30pm at Birkdale School. Website: shefunifencing.co.uk

The Edge Reception - Free sports equipment and tennis use Student Union Welcome Desk - Free sports equipment and table tennis use Interval Cafe - Free table tennis use Present your U-Card to borrow equipment

PLUS MUCH MORE...

Check out our social media and web pages for more activities throughout the year!

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S T R SPO Get involved with Sport at your Students’ Union! Many of our Give it a Go sport sessions are run by Sports Clubs that are active at Sport Sheffield. All our sessions are designed for beginners, so it doesn’t matter if you haven’t tried the activity before. Don’t forget to buy your ticket in advance!

Archery

Monday 4 and 11 February and Tuesday 5 and 12 February 6.30-8.30pm Training room 3 @ Goodwin Sports Centre If you ever wanted to try archery? Now’s your chance. Our Give it a Go’s allow you to come and shoot under the supervision and guidance of the current committee, so no experience needed.

Gymnastics

Studio @ The SU

Whether you’ve never done gymnastics before or want to continue competing nationally - this session is open to all! Come and learn gymnastics

£4

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Friday 8 February 8-9pm

www.sheffieldsu.com/giveitago-sport or go to the SU Box Office.

Learn the basics of self defence in this mixed gendered workshop. Taught by a professional instructor.

Goodwin Sports Centre Hall

Goodwin Sports Centre Gym

Ever wanted to try basketball but never had the chance? Or do you want to get back into playing? Whatever your reasons, come to this beginner session to learn more.

The gym will be kept open after-hours to give women the chance to try it out in a quiet, relaxed environment. You will get a short induction, then can use the rest of the time to try out the different machines and ask women instructors for advice on technique, to help you feel more confident in your own fitness.

£2

Benchball

Everyone’s favourite PE lesson! Come and play benchball whether you’re a beginner or regular player. £2 - payable directly to Sport Sheffield for Social Sport

£3.50

Fencing

Friday 8 or 22 February 6-8pm

£3

Women’s Rugby Monday 11 February 6-8pm

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One Come and give rugby a go! It doesn’t matter if you have never touched a rugby ball before or have been playing for years, we welcome all abilities! Free

moor/Endcliffe Fencing was one of the first sports to be played in the Olympics. Learn some beginner steps and moves in this session. £5

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Monday 11 February 8-10pm

Sunday 10 February 6-7pm

High Tor 2 @ The Edge, Ran-

For the full list of Sport sessions, locations, terms and conditions, and to buy tickets please visit:

Lifesaving Sport

Goodwin Sports Centre Hall

Wednesday 6 February 5-7pm

See online event or your ticket for meeting time/location Bring money for bus fare

Women’s Only Gym Induction

Sunday 10 February 12-1pm

Mixed Self Defence Class

Tuesday 5 and Thursday 7 February 8.30-10pm

Women’s Basketball

Archery

Monday 4 and 11 February and Tuesday 5 and 12 February

Goodwin Sports Centre Swimming Pool. You must be able to jump in and swim at least 50 metres unaided. Bring goggles, swim kit, towels, toiletries, water bottle etc. Try out a sport you’ve never heard of before! Lifesaving incorporates vital self-survival and rescue skills along with fitness, speed and agility GIALG

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Horse Riding

Monday 11, Tuesday 12, Wednesday 13, Thursday 14 or Friday 15 February 1.15 - 3.30pm Meet at the Glossop Road entrance to Bar One Bring money for Taxi Fare and wear suitable footwear such as an ankle boot with a small heel, and comfy trousers. Due to the horses available, the yard has a set weight limit of 14 stone (88kg). Riding hats can be borrowed if you do not own one. Come and join the equestrian club. No riding experience necessary! You will be paired with one of the yard’s lovely trekking horses and will be led along a scenic woodland trail on horseback in a group, giving you the opportunity to get to know how it feels to ride. £13.50

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Lifesaving First Aid Tuesday 12 February 7.30 - 9.30pm

High Tor 3 @ The Edge, Ranmoor/Endcliffe Please note this session is led by Lifesaving Sports Club and is not run by a first aid company. From giving CPR to treating a severe bleed – we cover it all! Come and join us for a fun packed session whilst we teach a selection of the most vital first aid skills. GIALG

Free

Beginners Self Defence 5 Week Course

Wednesdays for 5 Weeks: Starting 13 February 5-7pm Studio @ The SU This course will give a solid introduction to the concepts of self-defence. Should you pass, an electronic certificate and HEAR (where possible) will be awarded.

Castleton Circular

Sunday 17 February 8.40am - 3.45pm Meet in Sheffield Interchange, near the Customer Services Desk. Tickets MUST be purchased in advance, the price of the ticket does not include bus fair. For more info on what to bring and wear, please see the online event description on the Give it a Go website. Join us for a jolly (and probably cold!) walk in the Peak District! We will be doing a circular walk around Castleton, going up the nearby peak of Mam Tor, and getting fantastic views along the way! (Total length: 11km or 6.8 miles) £4

Natural Horsemanship

Wednesday 20 or 27 February 12.15 - 2.30pm Glossop Road entrance to Bar One Bring money for Taxi Fare and wear suitable footwear and clothes you do not mind getting dirty. Come and try something different with the equestrian club at our natural horsemanship taster sessions. No experience necessary! You will be paired with an equine partner (either a little Shetland pony or one of the retired older ponies) and will spend the hour working and communicating with your horse in a way that is based on the horse’s natural instincts. Together you will work together through several games and activities while learning natural horsemanship basics. This is a really rewarding and relaxing activity and the participating horses are very calm so are perfect to work with beginners! £20.50

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Benchball

Sunday 10 February 16

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. e v i t a e cr All of our Creative sessions are suitable for absolute beginners! Try your hand at something arty while at Sheffield and at the same time get to know the Student Groups who run the sessions. Don’t forget to buy your ticket in advance.

For the full list of creative sessions, locations, terms and conditions, and to buy tickets please visit: www.sheffieldsu.com/giveitago-creative or go to the SU Box Office.

Needle Felting Tuesday 5 February 5.30-7.30pm

Acrylic Painting Sunday 10 February 1-3pm

Activities and Sports Zone @ The SU

Ever wanted to try the art of Needle Felting? This is Stitch Soc’s first ever Needle Felting GIAG. No experience needed and all materials will be provided. If you have any questions, email us at stitchsoc@sheffield.ac.uk.

Come try your hand at acrylic painting! All equipment will be supplied, and we will also have things for you to paint (but you can paint whatever you like). No experience or art abilities required.

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Activities and Sports Zone @ The SU Fasten your seat-belts, it is happening again! We have yet another arts and craft session coming! Whether you’ve tried our Horrorgami tea party last year or you’ve never touched an origami paper before, this event is the perfect way for you to relax after all the assignments and exams so far. GIALG

FREE

Want to try making a cute patch to personalise your clothes or bag? Come along to this GIAG and learn how! No experience needed and all materials will be provided. If you have any questions, email us at stitchsoc@sheffield.ac.uk.

Tuesday 26 February

Craftivism: The Art of Protest

Patchwork Pin Cushions

Wednesday 6 March 5-7pm

Octagon Meeting Room 4

Activities and Sports Zone @ The SU

View Room 6 @ The SU

Activities and Sports Zone @ The SU

Patchwork Pin Cushions

Tuesday 26 February 5.30-7.30pm

Thursday 14 February 5-6.30pm

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Wednesday 13 February 6-8pm

Henna Drawing Session

Embroidered Patches Tuesday 12 February 5.30-8.30pm

Activities and Sports Zone @ The SU

Horrorgami: Spooky Crafts Session

Come and learn how to use Henna to make beautiful drawings on your skin. All materials are provided, and we will have some patterns for you to copy as well. £5

Ever wanted to learn how to patchwork? Patchwork is simple and easy to do, but looks so cute. We’ll be getting the sewing machines out to make patchwork pin cushions. No experience necessary and we’ll provide all the materials! If you have any questions, email us at stitchsoc@sheffield. ac.uk. £3

The ability to express opinions and hopes for the future in a creative and engaging way is an essential tool for all forms of activism. So People & Planet, the SU’s Environmental and Human Rights Activist Society, want to invite you to come along to a workshop to learn about some inspiring examples of craftivism in action to get the creativity flowing before designing and bringing to life your own banner, flag, drawing, costume, cartoon or whatever other form of opinion expression you can imagine. GIALG

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Music and

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Big Band

Concert Band

Boomwhacker

Workroom 1 @ 38 Mappin Street

Workroom 1 @ 38 Mappin Street

Classroom 12 @ 38 Mappin Street

Come along to our friendly Big Band rehearsal for some swing, jazz, and maybe even a little improv. From clarinettists to singers, everyone is welcome, whatever your ability!

Concert Band are a friendly band where film music and showtunes take the floor, alongside jazz and more classical offerings! Whether you play woodwind, brass, or percussion, you’re more than welcome - come along to eat some biscuits and play some wonderful music.

Sheffield’s answer to ‘Stomp!’ Youtube Boomwhacker to see what it is all about.

Tuesday 5 February 7-9pm

GIALG

Wednesday 6 February 7-9pm

FREE

GIALG

All of our Music and Dance activities are suitable for beginners, giving you the opportunity to try something new or have a go at something you’ve not done in a while. Most of the events are run by Societies here in Sheffield, giving you the chance to try with Give it a Go first and then if you like it, go on and join the group. Don’t forget to buy your ticket in advance.

Blues Band

Zumba

Monday 4 February 7-9pm

Workroom 1 @ 38 Mappin Street

King Edward School or meet outside the SU at 5:45pm

Whether you’re a guitarist, sax or horn player, drummer, or love to sing, come down and join our Blues rehearsal for some tunes to get you dancing. All abilities welcome!

Join Zumba Soc for their energetic Zumba class. Suitable for all abilities.

GIALG

£3.50

FREE

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String Group Thursday 7 February 6.30-8pm

Classroom 3 @ 38 Mappin Street

GIALG

Monday 4 February 6-8pm

Musical Theatre

Saxophone Group

Workroom 3 @ 38 Mappin Street Swing into the new year and try out your dancing shoes! New and old dance lovers welcome, so be ready to try out the sweet sweeping moves of Lindy Hop style swing dance. No experience or partner needed, just show up and enjoy a fun session! £5

FREE

New this year, MPS String Ensemble is open to all string players and pianists. Come along to play some classical tunes with like-minded players - all abilities are welcome!

Swing Dance Lindy Hop

Monday 4 or 11 February 5:45-7.30pm

FREE

Thursday 7 February 5.45-7pm

Wednesday 6 February 1.50-4pm

Classroom 12 @ 38 Mappin Street Our saxophone group have a selection of ragtime, folk, and jazzy tunes for saxophones of all sizes (and clarinets too!). Come along and meet some fellow players - all abilities welcome! GIALG

FREE

Are you interested in performing and musicals? If so, why not join the Sheffield University Performing Arts Society (SUPAS). During this session you’ll get a chance to learn both the vocals and dances to a well-known musical numbers and will be taught by members of our society. GIALG

Rock Band

Thursday 7 February 7-9pm Workroom 1 @ 38 Mappin Street

Meet outside The Edge

Tuesday 5 February 5.45-7pm

FREE

If you’re after some upbeat contemporary music to get you on your feet, this band has got you covered! Come and play - there’s something for everyone, from Bowie to The Black Keys. All abilities welcome. GIALG

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MUSIC & DANCE CONTINUED.

Latin and Ballroom Dance

Tuesday 26 February or 5 March 6-7pm Workroom 3 @ 38 Mappin Street

Chorus Rehearsal

Thursday 7 or 14 February 7.30-9.30pm

Friday Night Jazz Ensemble

Pound Fit

Friday 8 February 7-9pm

Do you love singing? Then come and give our largest choir a go! SingSoc sing a wide range of music, from pop and musicals to big choral pieces. Chorus is our main choir with over 100 members. Everyone is welcome.

Full of the best improv. that the uni has to offer, with a cool mix of jazz, swing, and funk, FriNJE is a fun and friendly band open to saxophonists, brass, guitarists, percussion, singers, and keys. Come along to play some tunes all abilities welcome and no experience necessary!

Zumba

GIALG

Thursday 7 or 14 February 7-8pm King Edward School or meet outside the SU at 6:45pm Join Zumba Soc for their energetic Zumba class. Suitable for all abilities.

FREE

£3.50

Raynor Lounge Ever fancied learning to DJ? Join DJSoc for a crash-course in all things mixing, with one-onone tuition! You’ll be hitting the decks yourselves to have a go at mixing and scratching on our industry-standard setups, including modern Pioneer CDJs and traditional Vinyl Turntables!

Beyoncé Dance Class

£5

Studio @ The SU

Uni Central @ The SU This is an intro class to Bollywood dance! Come along and enjoy dancing to upbeat Bollywood songs. £3

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Sweat, Sculpt & ROCK with POUND, the fastest growing group fitness phenomenon inspired by the sweat-dripping, infectious, energising fun of drumming! POUND is a full body cardio jam session championed by fitness rebels around the world. Suitable for beginners

Thursday 28 March 4.30-6pm

Bollywood Dance

Tuesday 19 February 7-8:30pm £2.50

£3.50

Tuesday 26 February 5-8pm

No. 66 - TV Studio

Workroom 1 @ 38 Mappin Street

FREE

Give it a Spin

Thursday 21 February 4.15-5.15pm

LT6 @ The Arts Tower

GIALG

Come and give Latin and Ballroom dancing a go with the Latin and Ballroom Soc. No previous experience required.

“If you like it, then you shoulda put a ring on it!” Join in this one off dance class as we teach you the routine from the music video. The video is ‘feel good’ and powerful, and the choreography was designed to be attempted by anybody. You’ll be dancing like Beyoncé in no time. Suitable for beginners. £3.50

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, d n i m . y d b& osoul

All of our events and activities in the Mind, Body and Soul section are here to aid your wellbeing. Wellbeing can be physical and mental, and we have put together a selection of events to help both areas. Many of these activities are run by our Student Groups, so it is great way to get to know new people. Don’t forget to buy your ticket in advance.

For the full list of Mind, Body and Soul sessions including locations, terms and conditions,what to bring, and where to buy tickets; please visit:

Hatha Yoga

Foundry @ The SU

Foundry @ The SU. Arrive 10 minutes before class start time

Fusion @ The SU. Arrive 10 minutes before class start time

Our longest running and most popular class, ashtanga is an intensely physical and athletic form of yoga which aims to improve strength, stamina, flexibility and balance. It uses dynamic flows of movement to incorporate breath, core and upper body strength, and flexibility.

Hatha is a relaxed class aimed at gently working through the body with the breath to promote a healthy body and a healthy mind. If you are unsure about trying out yoga for the first time, we would recommend this class!

Monday 4 February 6.15-7.15pm

£3.50

Thursdays on 7, 14 and 28 February 12-1pm

Deep Search is a chance to use a personal development tool that is holistic and includes questions about belief and spirituality. In each 40 minute session we will explore more, by looking at confidential questions about how we are doing, what we want to change and where we are heading. We will work individually to explore these questions, but also join a group discussion to reflect on the process. The sessions are suitable for anyone wanting to explore their identity.

Deep Talk is a chance to explore, with others by joining a wondering reflection, conversation and discussion. The group will take a story and use it to explore what we think about our place and our development while here at Sheffield Uni. It uses a group development tool that allows for quick, honest and deep reflection in an education or workplace setting.

Free

GIALG

FREE

Yin Yoga

Thursday 7 February 6-7pm

Come along and give Pilates a go! Pilates is a great way to get your mind and body over the stress of exams. Everyone welcome, just come in sports wear and bring some water £3.50

Monday 11 February 5.30-7.30pm

Gallery Room 3 @ The SU Palmistry is the art of palm reading. This spiritual practice originates from India and relates to individuals’ characterisation and fortune telling. The different patterns on the hands relate to the heart, head and life lines and this can be read to determine attributes of body, mind and spirit. In this session you will receive a reading and be taught how to read other people’s palm lines. £2.50

Learn how to read Tarot Cards Wednesday 13 February 6-8pm

Meet outside the Edge at 5.50pm. Arrive 10 minutes before class start time

Raynor Lounge @ The SU

Tuesday 5 February 6.45-7.45pm

Learn Palmistry

Octagon Activity Room L8

Wednesday 6 February 5.15-6.15pm

Ashtanga Yoga

Deep Talk Course

Octagon Activity Room L8

Pilates

Pilates

Come along and give Pilates a go! Pilates is a great way to get your mind and body over the stress of exams. Everyone welcome, just come in sports wear and bring some water.

Wednesdays on 6, 13 and 27 February 12.10-12.50pm

GIALG

www.sheffieldsu.com/giveitago-mindandbody or go to the SU Box Office.

Monday 4 February 5-6pm

Deep Search Course

Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures that are held for longer periods of time, usually around 3-5 minutes. This allows you to relax into the pose so the connective tissues can stretch. It’s a great accompanying practise to your usual exercise routine as it improves joint health and flexibility, as well as allowing time for self-reflectio

Monsal Dale @ The Ridge, Ranmoor/Endcliffe Many believe the tarot cards are guided by a spiritual force, so come along to this session and find out for yourself. £2.50

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Learn Self Hand and Face Massage Monday 18 February or 11 March 6-8pm

18 February in Gallery Room 3 @ The SU, 6.30-8.30pm 11 March in High Tor 4 @ The Edge, 6.30-8.30pm The routine will involve head neck and shoulder routine, also arms and hands, including acupressure. Learn how to do it on yourself. £3.75

Dream Catcher Making

Deep Search Course

High Tor 4 @ The Edge, Ranmoor/Endcliffe

Octagon Activity Room L8

Monday 25 February 6.30-8.30pm

Mondays on 4, 11 and 18 March 12.10-12.50pm

Say goodbye to nightmares and enjoy your sleep every single night with your very own handmade dreamcatcher! All materials provided. £4

Learn Reiki Monday 25 February 5.30-7.30pm

Gallery Room 3 @ The SU

Learn Swedish Back Massage Thursday 21 February 5-7pm

Come along to this workshop to learn more about Reiki and try it out for yourself; helping you to keep calm and focused. £3.75

Gallery Room 3 @ The SU Bring a towel and in this session learn the history of massage and some key movements to help you perform massage. Involves pair work. £3.75

Body Language Skills Workshop Friday 1 March 5-7pm

Gallery Room 3 @ The SU Learn how to read inner emotions and physical clues to the people around you. Bring a pen and a notebook. £2.50

Deep Search is a chance to use a personal development tool that is holistic and includes questions about belief and spirituality. In each 40 minute session we will explore more, by looking at confidential questions about how we are doing, what we want to change and where we are heading. We will work individually to explore these questions, but also join a group discussion to reflect on the process. The sessions are suitable for anyone wanting to explore their identity. GIALG

FREE

Mindful Life Skills

Wednesday 13 March

Self-care and Healthy Activism Workshop

Deep Talk Course

Wednesdays on 6, 13 and 20 March 12-1pm Octagon Activity Room L8

Monday 4 March 4.30-6pm

Gallery Room 3 @ The SU Getting involved in activism can be a very rewarding experience, which brings people together and can improve mental health. However, it’s important to be aware of the risks of activist burnout to avoid tiring yourself out! In this informal workshop, we’ll discuss the issues around activism and mental health, and finish with a guided group meditation. GIALG

FREE

Deep Talk is a chance to explore, with others by joining a wondering reflection, conversation and discussion. The group will take a story and use it to explore what we think about our place and our development while here at Sheffield Uni. It uses a group development tool that allows for quick, honest and deep reflection in an education or workplace setting. GIALG

FREE

Mindful Life Skills Wednesday 13 March 5-7pm

Gallery Room 3 @ The SU Come along to this session to learn some handy techniques for learning mindful life skills. £2.50

Learn Aromatherapy Wednesday 4 April 6-8pm

Monsal Dale @ The Ridge, Ranmoor/Endcliffe The use of essential oils has many positive effects on our mind and body. Learn how to use them effectively in this practical session. £3.75

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Some of the training sessions listed below can count towards your HEAR but all of them can give you transferable skills to pop onto your CV! Some of the sessions are student led, so a great opportunity to learn a new skill and make a few new friends at the same time! Don’t forget to buy your ticket in advance.

Inox Dine, Level 5 @ The SU

Solidworks for Beginners 5 Week Course

All events are interactive sessions hosted by the INOX team. There will be the opportunity to watch a demo on making the food or drink, and then you get to have a go yourself. There will the opportunity to sample your wares on the evening or you can take them home. The classes will be as follows:

Diamond Computer Room 2. An electronic certificate and HEAR (where possible) will be given for full attendance.

6-7.30pm

Tuesday 5 February An introduction to vegan cookery; learn how to make the famous Inox Aqua Faba Mousse Tuesday 12 February Chocolate experience; great practice for you to make your own treats to spoil your friends and family just before Valentine’s Day

For the full list of the Skills and Training sessions plus locations, terms and conditions, and to buy tickets, please visit:

Tuesday 26 February Barista Session; learn how to make a variety of coffees and the tips and techniques of a barista

www.sheffieldsu.com/giveitago-creative or go to the SU Box Office.

Tuesday 5 March Mixology; cocktail masterclass

MATLAB for Beginners 5 Week Course

Monday 18 February - 18 March 6-8pm Diamond Computer Room 4 An electronic certificate and HEAR (where possible) will be given for full attendance. Matrix Laboratory is a powerful technical programming software used in Engineering, Finance, Architecture etc. Join this 5 week course to learn more. £25

All session £7.50

ANSYS Structural for Beginners 5 Week Course

ANSYS CFD for Beginners 5 Week Course

Tuesday 19 February - 19 March 6-8pm Diamond Computer Room 4 An electronic certificate and HEAR (where possible) will be given for full attendance. Want to solve real-life, complex mechanical problems? Learn the basics of using ANSYS Mechanical to perform finite element analysis (FEA). £25

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Interactive Culinary Sessions with Inox Dine

Wednesday 20 February - 20 March 6-8pm Diamond Computer Room 4 An electronic certificate and HEAR (where possible) will be given for full attendance. Ever wanted to know the downforce produced by your favourite sports car but never had the money to buy it? (if you are a student we understand) Then the ANSYS CFD course is for you!

Thursday 21 February - 21 March 6-8pm

Want to learn Solidworks but don’t know how to start? Learn the basic skills necessary to create 3D geometry using the software in under 10 hours. £25

Society First Aid Thursday 21 or 28 February 6-8pm

High Tor 4 @ The Edge, Ranmoor/Endcliffe. This is a society led session and not an accredited course and everything taught is for information purposes only.

The Cookery School 4.45-7pm Meet in Uni Central @ The SU

Give it a Go has teamed up with some of the best chefs from across the University to bring you a range of cookery classes! All equipment and ingredients will be provided; you will be able to make about 4 portions from your ingredients. The classes will be as follows: Wednesday 6 February One Pot Moroccan Chicken Wednesday 13 February Lentil and Spinach Balti with Pilau Rice Wednesday 20 February Sticky Toffee Pudding Wednesday 27 February Cottage Garden Pie with Rosti Wednesday 6 March Double Chocolate Chip Cookies All session £5.50

We’ll be giving an introduction into emergency, life-saving first aid, including CPR, recovery position, choking, anaphylaxis and bleeds/burns. Come to gain some essential skills and knowledge free of charge. If you enjoy it, you can join our society, St. John LINKS, or even become a volunteer with St. John Ambulance in the future. GIALG

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skills and TRAINING CONTINUED.

Advanced Solidworks 5 Week Course

Friday 22 February - 22 March 6-8pm Diamond Computer Room 4. An electronic certificate and HEAR (where possible) will be given for full attendance. Want to be more confident in using Solidworks after learning the basics? This course will teach you how to use the Solidworks software in a more advanced and technical way.

Latex Essentials 2 Week Course

Emergency First Aid Course

Diamond Computer Room 4. A professional course certificate and HEAR (where possible) will be given if you pass the course.

Gallery Room 2 @ The SU. A professional course certificate and HEAR (where possible) will be given if you pass the course.

Do you find yourself spending hours on formatting your report right before the deadline? If you are writing a report with lots of figures, equations, cross-references (the list goes on), then LaTeX is perfect for you!

This full day course will give you an Emergency First Aid in the Workplace for Appointed Persons Certificate, which is approved by the government Health & Safety Executive. A useful extra on your CV, you’ll be trained in emergency life support procedures.

Saturday 23 February and 2 March 10am - 4pm

£25

£25

Fusion 360 2 Week Course

Sunday 24 February and 3 March 10am - 4pm Diamond Computer Room 4 An electronic certificate and HEAR (where possible) will be given for full attendance. Want to learn Autodesk Fusion but don’t know how to start? Learn the basic skills necessary to create 3D geometry, model assemblies and manufacture parts using the software in under 10 hours. £25

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Saturday 2 March 10am - 4.30pm

£40

AutoCAD Essentials

Saturday 9 and 16 March 10am - 4pm Diamond Computer Room 4 An electronic certificate and HEAR (where possible) will be given for full attendance. Would you like to create stunning 2D diagrams that you can use for professional presentations? Would you like to design objects that you can 3D print? If yes, this is how to start! £25


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Our Other Fun Stuff events are those events which span from Workshops, Debates, Tours and other fun things! A category for those wonderful activities that really does have something for everyone as many of these sessions are run by Societies. Don’t forget to buy your ticket in advance.

Improvised Comedy Workshop

Comedy Acting with USLES Thursday 7 February 6-8pm

Wednesday 6 February 7.30-9.30pm

Do you like laughing? Do you want to meet awesome new people? Do you want to have a great time while learning the ropes of Improvised Comedy? We’re running a workshop covering the basics of how to be funny on your feet. We’ll be teaching you some games, some exercises and how to be silly in general. Free

Give Drag a Go Wednesday 6 or 13 February 6-10pm

View Room 6 @ The SU

Want to walk Bilbo’s in hairy footsteps, or travel around the world in a couple of hours? USLES is bringing you scripts from our past shows, so you can act them out. It’s a great taster if you want to be in our upcoming show this semester. GIALG

Free

Medieval Fighting and Crafting

Come and give drag a go with the brand-new DragSoc! Unleash your inner king or queen for free as we provide the materials and knowledge to express yourself via this art form that’s been steadily growing in popularity. Snacks provided!

Have you ever wanted to write a script? Have your puns always lacked the appreciation they deserve? Give it a Go writing a short pantomime scene with USLES and we’ll follow up with some performances of our work. GIALG

Free

Steel City Ghost Tour Tuesday 12 February 7.30-10pm

Sunday 10 February 1-5pm

Uni Central @ The SU

Gallery Room 3 @ The SU

GIALG

Monday 11 February 6-8pm

G02 @ 38 Mappin Street

Octagon Council Chambers

GIALG

Script Writing with USLES

Come along and try out medieval sword and spear fighting, making medieval clothing or just learning about history. £3

Meet on the Town Hall steps. Wear clothing and footwear appropriate for the weather. Tour contains facts and stories that may not be for the fainthearted Join us as we take you on a Ghost Walk of Sheffield! Discover the most haunted places of the city you live in! £4

Free

For the full list of Other Fun Stuff sessions, locations, terms and conditions, and to buy tickets please visit: www.sheffieldsu.com/giveitago-otherfunstuff or go to the SU Box Office.

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Green Sheffield Showcase

Vinyl Hunting Wednesday 13 February 2-4pm

Wednesday 20 February 1-5pm

Meet outside the SU Do you like collecting vinyl? Do you like flicking through records but not buying anything because it’s too pricey? Do you not know what vinyl is, but are too afraid to ask? All of these needs and more can be answered by Small Ideas, the University’s alternative music society, as we take you on a magical tour of some of Sheffield’s best and brightest record shops. GIALG

Free

Beginner Filmmaking Workshop

Trying to take steps to make your day-to-day more green? Want to make your weekly shop better for the environment? Don’t know where to start? Join People and Planet society for a walking tour of some of the fantastic local businesses in Sheffield who are trying to offer a green alternative to their customers. GIALG

Free

Peaks Walk with Activist History

Saturday 16 February 10am - 5pm

Saturday 23 February

Gallery Room 3 @ The SU

9.40am - 3.45pm

Interested in filmmaking? Wonder what it’s like to make a film of your own? In this workshop, you’ll work in small groups with the support of our experienced committee to plan, shoot, and edit an original minute-long short film. With all equipment provided, this is a great chance to see a snippet of what goes on behind the scenes of a film production and have some fun in the process! £3 34

Meet in the Activities and Sports Zone. Wear suitable footwear and weather appropriate clothing

Meet by 271 bus stop by Endcliffe Park. Bring money for bus fare, plus lunch and suitable clothing and footwear for the weather and walking. Come and enjoy a walk in Sheffield’s famous Peak District while learning a little about the activism that saved it! Walk, see views and feel grateful for this National Park. GIALG

Bath Bomb Making with Lush

Introduction to Hackathons

6-8pm

Lecture Theatre 4 @ The Diamond

Monday 4 March 6-8pm

Wednesday 27 February

Meet at the Glossop Road entrance to Bar One Need a bit of rest and relaxation? In this exclusive session, staff from Lush will be on hand to give you a private tour around their store before giving you the opportunity to create your own sea inspired ‘Big Blue’ bath bomb to take home. £5

24hr Filmmaking Challenge Friday 1 March

Friday: 7-9:30 Saturday: 10am-8pm View Room 4 @ The SU We invite you to join us as we throw caution to the wind, along with the weeks of planning that usually accompanies a filmmaking project. In small groups you’ll write, shoot and edit a 5-minute short film, all in 24 hours!

Hackathons can be a daunting prospect for beginners. In this session, you will find out the essential things to know going into a hackathon, brainstorm potential hack ideas and hone your problem solving skills while giving you chance to connect with fellow MedTech enthusiasts. GIALG

Scriptwriting and Storyboarding Workshop Saturday 16 March 1-4pm

View Room 4 @ The SU Interested in how films get translated from words to screen? In this workshop we’ll teach you the basics of how to format a script, and how that gets translated into the first step in visual storytelling.

Free

£3

Historical Crime Camera and and Murder Tour Lighting Tuesday 12 March Workshop 7.30-10pm Meet in front of Sheffield Cathedral. Wear clothing and footwear appropriate for the weather. Tour contains facts and stories that may not be for the faint-hearted Want to learn about the true tales of the crime and horrors from Sheffield’s past? Then join us on this unique walking tour of the Steel City £4

Sunday 17 March 1-4pm

View Room 4 @ The SU Curious about the hands-on workings of a film set? In this workshop you’ll learn the basics of how to use a camera, then we’ll recreate a famous scene in order to learn how to block a scene, frame a shot, and how to best use lighting. £3

£5

Free

Steel City Ghost Tour

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s e g a u g n la “These language courses have been made possible by the support of Santander” Amazing language offer- get £5 off all language courses!*

Beginners French 5 Week Course Every Thursday for 5 weeks: 7 February - 7 March 4.30-6.30pm

Every Monday for 5 weeks: 11 February - 11 March 5.30-7.30pm

Beginners Italian 5 Week Course Every Tuesday for 5 weeks: 12 February - 12 March 5-7pm

Gallery Room 2 @ The SU A course certificate and HEAR (where possible) will be given for full attendance

Gallery Room 2 @ The SU A course certificate and HEAR (where possible) will be given for full attendance

Gallery Room 2 @ The SU A course certificate and HEAR (where possible) will be given for full attendance

Learn beginners French in our 5 week course! Taught by a professional French tutor.

Learn beginners Spanish in 5 weeks with our professional Spanish tutor!

Choi! Come and learn Italian in 5 weeks with our professional Italian tutor.

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Beginners Spanish 5 Week Course

WAS £22.50 NOW £17.50 for 5 weeks

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Beginners Beginners Japanese 5 Week Spanish 5 Week Course Course Every Wednesday for 5 weeks: 13 February - 13 March 7-9pm

Every Wednesday for 5 weeks: 27 February - 27 March 6-8pm

Gallery Room 2 @ The SU A course certificate and HEAR (where possible) will be given for full attendance

Monsal Dale @ The Ridge A course certificate and HEAR (where possible) will be given for full attendance

Our professional tutor will teach you beginner’s Japanese in 5 weeks. You will also look at the Japanese syllabary; calligraphy.

Learn beginners Spanish in 5 weeks with our native Spanish tutor!

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Two Day Beginners Greek German Weekend Course 5 Week Course Thursday 11 and Friday 12 April Every Monday for 5 weeks: 25th Feb - 25th March 4.30-6.30pm Monsal Dale @ The Ridge, Ranmoor/Endcliffe. A course certificate and HEAR (where possible) will be given for full attendance Our professional Greek tutor will teach you beginner Greek in just 5 short weeks! WAS £22.50 NOW £17.50 for 5 weeks

12- 5pm

Gallery Room 2 @ The SU A course certificate and HEAR (where possible) will be given for full attendance Over two days, join us in an intensive 10 hour German course! Taught by our professional German tutor. WAS £22.50 NOW £17.50 for 2 days

Beginners Russian 5 Week Course Every Thursday for 5 weeks: 12 February - 12 March 6-8pm High Tor 4 @ The Edge, Ranmoor/Endcliffe A course certificate and HEAR (where possible) will be given for full attendance. In 5 weeks, learn beginners Russian with our professional Russian tutor. Explore the intricate alphabet and understand more about Russian culture. WAS £22.50 NOW £17.50 for 5 weeks

Beginners 5 Week SignLanguageCourse Every Tuesday for 5 weeks: 19 February - 19 March

Raynor Lounge @ The SU. A course certificate and HEAR (where possible) will be given for full attendance Over 5 weeks, our professional BSL tutor will teach you the basics of Sign Language and the deaf culture. WAS £22.50 NOW £17.50 for 5 weeks

Beginner’s Hindi* Wednesday 20 February 6-8pm

Gallery Room 3 @ The SU Namaste! Come along and join the Indian Society for their Hindi language taster session! £2

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The City of Oxford Saturday 9 February 8am - 5.30pm

For all of our day trips, the end time shown in the event information signifies the coach departure time not the time we are due to arrive back in Sheffield. Unless otherwise stated in the event description online, ticket price includes travel only, you will have free time in each destination. For all Give it a Go Day Trips, the pick up location is Glossop Road entrance to Bar One. Trips with the Residence Life icon have an additional pick up point of Oakholme Road. Please select pick up location at point of sale. 38

Oxford, the city of ‘dreaming spires,’ is steeped in rich and fascinating history which is evident in its fantastic architecture. Top attractions to see: its ceremonial buildings, churches and Oxford Tower. £22

If you have a residence life card, you can get £5 off all of our day trips! for families living in the residences, look out for the family friendly icon to find trips suitable for you and your young ones, plus receive £5 off the family price!

Newcastle and Angel of the North

Lincoln and Castle Hill Market

World-class culture, awardwinning dining, inspiring heritage, fantastic shopping and acclaimed architecture are linked here. On our way to Newcastle, we will take a stop to see the world famous ‘Angel of the North’

Castle Hill Farmers’ Market boasts a regular attendance of stalls within the historic setting of Lincoln’s famous cobbled streets. It makes a picturesque food market. There are plenty of delectable samples to try, expert advice on everything from meats to jams, and amazing ranges of food to give your feasts the wow-factor. Not only that, there are plenty of other fascinating things to do in Lincoln during our trip today.

Sunday 10 February 8.30am - 5pm

Saturday 16 February 9am - 5pm

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DAY TRIPS CONTINUED.

Kensington Palace

City of Cambridge

Sunday 17 February 8am - 4.30pm

City of Liverpool Day Trip

Saturday 23 February 8am - 5.30pm

Kensington Palace is the royal residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate as well as many other members of the royal family. Today we will visit the palace and look inside some of the State Rooms. Explore the Queen’s State Apartments, the Palace Gardens, The King’s Staircase and much more on this truly Royal experience. £40

Saturday 2 March 8am - 5.30pm

Join us on our trip to the historical town of Cambridge. Top attractions to see: King’s College, Punting on River Cam and the County Folk Museum. Also, why not top up your ticket and join us for a guided walking tour of Cambridge?! £22

Famous as the birthplace of The Beatles and the home of Liverpool FC and Everton, the city has a wealth of attractions for you to explore. The Albert Dock complex is Liverpool’s pride and joy; these restored warehouses are now home to a collection of cafes, shops and attractions – including the Beatles Story museum, the Tate Liverpool gallery, the International Slavery Museum and the World Museum Liverpool. £22

Castleton

Birmingham Shopping

Sunday 3 March 10am - 4pm

The peaceful town of Castleton is nestled in the Peak District and makes for a great day out. You could visit Peak Cavern a notorious cavern, created by unusual rock formations; the largest natural cave in the British Isles. Or Speedwell Cavern, a boat ride 450m under the hills of Castleton to an amazing bottomless pit to understand what life was like for miners hundreds of years ago. Or just find a cosy cafe, do some shopping, or take a hike.

Saturday 9 March 8.30am - 5.30pm

Get ahead of the Spring and Summer shopping and join us as we head to Birmingham! Look no further than Birmingham to experience the ultimate in retail heaven! Vibrant and cosmopolitan, the city centre is filled with boutiques, high street stores and unique specialist shops. Plus, the glamorous Bullring shopping centre is located right in the city centre. £15

Shakespeare’s Houses and Stratford-UponAvon Sunday 10 March 8am - 5pm

This trip will take you to visit three of Shakespeare’s houses. We will visit Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, Shakespeare’s birthplace and Hall’s Croft. You’ll then have free time to explore the picturesque town of Stratford-upon-Avon, which is rich in culture and history.

£15

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Many more events online! For all tickets, full blurbs, travel times, and what to bring on the trips visit: WWW.SHEFFIELDSU.COM/GIVEITAGO-DAYTRIPS

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DAY TRIPS CONTINUED.

Llandudno North Wales

City of York

Harry Potter Studios Tour

Sunday 17 March 8am - 5pm

Saturday 16 March 8am - 5.30pm

Llandudno is a beautiful coastal town in North Wales which is gracefully framed by two headlands. There are beaches, a pier (which stretches 700m over the sea making it the longest pier in Wales), cable cars, a zoo, mountains and green valleys, amazing restaurants, arcades, and plenty of shops. £20

York is one of the most beautiful cities in the UK with attractions including the stunning York Minster, York Castle, the National Railway Museum and the Jorvik Viking Centre. You’ll also find many museums, dungeons and ghost tours, as well as cruises along the River Ouse. All this is within York’s winding medieval streets and enclosed within the city’s fantastic Roman walls. £15

Alnwick Castle, Grounds and Poison Garden

Saturday 23 March 10.30am - 7.30pm

Join us on a truly magical day out as we head to the Harry Potter Studios in London. Set adjacent to the working film studios where all eight Harry Potter films were made, the Studio Tour offers you the unique opportunity to explore two soundstages and a backlot filled with original sets, animatronic creatures and breathtaking special effects. Due to the price of the ticket, unfortunately we cannot offer the family discounted rate but children are welcome.

£70

Saturday 30 March 8am - 5pm

Come with us as we visit Alnwick Castle in Northumberland! Did you know, many of the Harry Potter films were filmed at this Castle?! You can even recreate some of the scenes in a Broomsticks training session. Plus today we will visit for the first time the famous Poison Gardens at Alnwick. £40

Whitby

Saturday 6 April 8am - 5.30pm Whitby is a seaside town full of history and myths including the famous Whitby Abbey. There are a plethora of creative studios and art galleries in Whitby that you can visit. And for the food connoisseurs out there, Whitby has award winning seafood restaurants, continental delights, traditional sea-shanty inns and traditional English tea rooms. £22

East Midlands Designer Shopping Outlet Wednesday 10 April 10.30am - 5pm

East Midlands Designer Outlet - McAurther Glen, is a discount outlet centre for international designer and high street fashion and lifestyle brand shops. Get your fashion items for up to 60% cheaper than what they are on the high street, plus because we are going as a group you will get a fashion passport which entitle us to an extra 10% off purchases. £10

Many more events online! For all tickets, full blurbs, travel times, and what to bring on the trips visit: WWW.SHEFFIELDSU.COM/GIVEITAGO-DAYTRIPS

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SHEFFIELD CHINESE NEW YEAR EVENT 2019

Sheffield Volunteering has projects all across Sheffield. From taking part in activities on your doorstep to exploring the wild and wonderful Peak District, you can experience amazing things by volunteering. Our Give it a Go volunteering days are the best way to give volunteering a try. Each activity is designed as a taster day, enabling you to try something new and gain new skills. They are perfect with friends and a great way to meet like-minded people. All activities are free. Transport is organised and included. You do not need to buy a ticket from the Box Office, but please sign up in the Sheffield Volunteering office in your Sheffield Students’ Union, Monday to Friday, 10am 5pm OR via email volunteering@ sheffield.ac.uk stating the activity and date. 44

INSPIRE STUDENTS OF THE FUTURE

This cultural event promotes Chinese culture and community cohesion. Volunteers will help and support the event - greeting public members / VIP to the event, supporting the work behind the stage for performances and assisting the work for coordination of performance teams, etc. Open only to Chinese students. Wednesday 6th February

The perfect chance to gain schools experience and share passion for your university course. Present and talk to Year 9 pupils (13-14 years old) at a local school about your experience of going to university, the course you are studying, and your career plans. You should be willing to prepare a presentation before your session.

VERSE COME, VERSE SERVE

Wednesday 27th February, 2hours within school day9am - 3pm

SUPPORT ON A SUNDAY

Want to make a difference to an older persons day by having a chat and discussing topics of interest with them? The one off interactive poetry sessions aim to reduce social isolation by encouraging interactions between students and residents, using poetry as a starting point. Each session has a theme (e.g. Sheffield poems) and supportive structure. Monday 11th February, 1pm - 3.30pm

Provide a warm and welcome environment for Sheffield’s homeless and vulnerable at this friendly volunteer-run shelter. Greet, chat and play games with guests, and serve tea/coffee/soup and a hot two course meal.

WONDERFUL WILDLIFE RESERVE

MARVELLOUS MANOR LODGE GARDENS

Maintain and make improvements to the Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust nature reserves, to benefit of people and wildlife. Get active and improve your physical health on one of their site days! All equipment and supervision provided. Woodhouse Washlands - Friday 15th February Blacka Moor - Saturday 2nd March Wyming Brook - Sunday 17th March All 9.30am - 3.30pm

HOLIDAY ACTIVITY FUN!

Join the holiday fun and spend a few hours helping kids to be creative at the Sheffield Manor Lodge holiday craft sessions. You will set-up and supervise the fun table-top activities, supporting children and their families making a range of crafts on a variety of themes. 18th - 21st February, 1st - 4th April, 10am - 4pm

Sunday 3rd March, 10th March, 24th March 12:45pm - 4.30pm

GREEN CITY ACTION

A chance to feel at one with nature, get some physical exercise and improve your well-being! Working on our peaceful community allotment, tasks will include general gardening, weeding, clearing, digging. The allotment is used with local school-children and families as an educational resource. All equipment provided, plus refreshments. Wednesday 13th March, Friday 5th April 10am 3pm

SPRING ON THE FARM

Put a spring in your step and come along to help the farmer and the team of horticulture volunteers prepare Whirlow Hall Farm for Spring. Activities will include weeding, cutting back and maybe planting seeds too. Meet our animals while you are here! Wednesday 20th March, 9am - 2pm

WHINFELL QUARRY GARDEN

Step back in time and into Spring at this beautiful, hidden Victorian garden. Help prepare the garden for summer visitors and restore the natural masterpiece back to its former glory. Enjoy a great morning in the fresh air, doing a variety of gardening tasks.

Enjoy fresh air and get close to nature whilst working on tasks around Sheffield Manor Lodge, a stunning spot with a beautiful view overlooking the city. Jobs range from digging to planting, litter Saturday 23rd March 9am - 12.45pm picking to getting waders on and improving ponds on site. All equipment and supervision provided. Refreshments too! Wednesday 6th March 9.30am - 3pm

HOLLY HAGG

Get out in the fresh air, give your body a light workout and get your hands into the soil! Help nature to flourish and give practical support to a project which offers adults and children the chance to engage with the land and animals. Your work will be admired by our alpacas and chickens who will expect you to feed them before you go.

SWIMATHON 2019

Swimathon 2019 Help to raise money for charities Cancer Research UK and Marie Curie Cancer Care by supporting the Sport Sheffield Swimathon 2019. You will get stuck into the event day assistance. Friday 29th March, various timeslots 2.30pm 9pm

Saturday 9th March, Saturday 30th March, 1pm - 5pm

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Campaigns AND Activism ‘Activism’ has become a little bit loaded as a word, but all it really means is to do something active about things you care about. Scrap the stereotypes of loud rants and placards and dive into the thoughtful world of active change making at Sheffield. Sheffield students have a proud history of making change, within the University community and beyond. Be part of it this Spring.

THINKING LUNCHTIMES

Come and enjoy a thought-provoking lunchbreak. These sessions will screen the best TED style talks on a range of issues to whet your appetite for change. Following the screenings, we can also point you towards groups active on these issues at Sheffield. Lunch not provided but feel free to bring your own.

Gender and feminism View Room 6 @ The SU Wednesday 27 March 2019 12:45-1:45pm

Economic & political crisis Gallery Room 2 @ The SU Thursday 14 March 2019 12:45-1:45pm

DID YOU KNOW? Your Students’ Union offers support to any society, committee, or individual student who is running (or thinking of running) a campaign. Get in touch at campaigns@sheffield.ac.uk or call in to the Student Groups Support office next to coffee revs.

GET INVOLVED

For a list of campaigning and political student groups, start with the online societies listings on the Students’ Union website, just click on ‘Find a Society.’ There are also representative committees for BME students, women students, disabled students, LGBT+ students, international students, mature students and postgrads, all of whom run events, campaigns and activities around issues that are important to those they represent www.sheffieldsu.com/societies

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DON’T MISS

Check out these events programmed by active student societies and committees working hard to make change.

Green Sheffield Showcase 20 February 13:00 Trying to take steps to make your day-to-day more green? Don’t know where to start? Join People and Planet society for a walking tour of some of the fantastic green alternative businesses that Sheffield has to offer. Meet in the SU Activities Zone (Level 3) at 1pm for a tour of city centre venues

Peaks walk with Activist History 23 February 09:40 Enjoy a walk in Sheffield’s famous Peak District while learning a little about the activism that saved it! Please dress warmly, gloves and hats advised - it’s colder in the Peaks! Bring plenty of water and a packed lunch. Bring money for the train fare, uCard and Railcard if you have one! Meet at the 271 Bus Stop by Endcliffe Park at 9.40am.

Self Care and Healthy Activism 4 March 16:30-18:00 Getting involved in activism can be a very rewarding experience, which brings people together and can improve mental health. But it’s important to be aware of the risks of activist burnout to avoid tiring yourself out! We’ll discuss the issues around activism and mental health, and finish with a guided group meditation. SU Gallery Room 3 (Level 4)

Craftivism: The Art of Protest 6 March 17:00-19:00 People & Planet invite you to come and learn about some inspiring examples of craftivism in action to get the creativity flowing before designing and bringing to life your own banner, flag, drawing, costume, cartoon or whatever other form of opinion expression you can imagine. Crafty supplies provided but feel free to bring some along and wear suitable clothing (stuff you don’t mind getting artsy in!). Octagon Meeting Room 4

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The Chaplaincy Centre The Chaplaincy Centre is freely available to all members of our University. We’re based in the Octagon Centre and have a Common Room, Quiet Room, and Craft Room open to all. Call in to see us, or find out more on our website. www.sheffield.ac.uk/chaplaincy or by email to chaplaincy@sheffield. ac.uk. You can find us on social media too: shefchaplaincy

Non Faith Specific Events Tandem learning

Get a different perspective on life through conversation with someone from a different religion or belief background. Two lunchtime introductory sessions, then 6 hours of conversation. www.sheffield.ac.uk/ssid/chaplaincy/ tandemlearning

Good Grief!

Self-directed support groups for students affected by loss or bereavement. www.sheffield.ac.uk/ssid/chaplaincy/ grief Flexible - email for details

A range of creative skill events in Coffee Revolution. Learn skills, be creative and get crafty.

Email for details. Chaplaincy Gathering Room (Octagon L floor)

Coming Up:

Faith Specific Activities (open to all)

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Buddhist Chanting

Holy Communion

Qur'anic Recitation

(Nichiren/SGI)

(Free Church & Anglican)

Tue 12:15 - 12:45pm Chaplaincy Gathering Room (Octagon L floor)

Wed 1:10 - 1:40pm Chaplaincy Gathering Room (Octagon L floor)

Wed 5-6pm Chaplaincy Gathering Room (Octagon L floor)

 chaplaincy@sheffield.ac.uk  0114 222 8923    @shefchaplaincy www.sheffield.ac.uk/chaplaincy

Events Life Drawing, Sustainable Living Events, Life Hacks Cafe Subversive Cross Stitch Bath Bomb Making, Bunting Making,Knit and Natter, Origami, Macrame and much more. Tickets available at SU Box Office and online tickets.sheffieldstudentsunion.com Find out more coffee.rev

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STUDENT FUNDRAISING

e Takrt pa ur BIG BUMMIT TO TRANSYLVANIA! 8TH APRIL- 16TH APRIL in onts This year Big Bummit is going to Transylvania, Romania!!! e v e Make sure you get involved in the world’s largest student-led charity hitchhike!

It’s another first for Bummit as we head to Cluj-Napoca, the capital of the historical region of Transylvania. During this 9 day long adventure, you will travel in teams of 2 or 3 from Sheffield to Cluj passing through some unbelievable European cities along the way, all whilst raising money for some fantastic charities. What better way could you spend your Easter break? Huge thanks to everyone who took part in this year’s Baby Bummit to Bristol! We hope you enjoyed it and remember… that was just a taster of what you can experience with Bummit! INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS If you are an international student who thinks you may require a visa, please contact eei.bummit@ gmail.com ASAP. Ticket prices and minimum sponsorship tbc

STAY TUNED…. Whether you loved RAG’s Spiderwalk this year, missed the chance to get involved altogether, or you’re just keen to delve into the world of student fundraising, stay tuned for Sheffield RAG’s semester two mystery event! Our RAG Committee are currently hard at work planning a thrilling follow up to Spiderwalk So keep an eye on www.sheffieldrag.com and help make our fundraising a success!

PUT ON YOUR OWN FUNDRAISERS FOR CHARITIES OF YOUR CHOICE (AND RAISE MONEY FOR YOUR CLUB OR SOCIETY AT THE SAME TIME!) TOP TIP: FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK TO FIND OUT HOW WE CAN SUPPORT YOUR FUNDRAISING.

pt ay RAG’s ‘Adopt a Charity’ scheme works with clubs, societies and committees o d A ar it to help you fundraise for charities of your choice. We can help you organise your own fundraising events or set up a bake sale or collection permit for Ch you. Sports clubs and societies can also claim back up to 45% of your

RAG STANDS FOR ‘RAISING AND GIVING’ – WE’RE HERE TO SUPPORT STUDENT FUNDRAISING AND TO PUT ON FUNDRAISING EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES YOU CAN’T GET ANYWHERE ELSE!

Bummit are a Committee in their own right and are linked to RAG through their passion for fundraising. Bummit organise two landmark charity hitch-hikes each year. Every year we help students raise thousands of pounds for different charities and support hundreds of student-led events

E-mail adoptacharity@sheffieldrag.com Please be aware that small scale fundraising events must send in their request for fundraising support at least 10 days before they wish for their event to take place and larger events must send through their request at least 6 weeks prior to their chosen event date. Our Adopt a Charity team will not respond to fundraising requests during exam time and vacation periods.

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fundraising for your own club or society account too! We can help with things like planning, budgeting, marketing, resources and legal stuff.

RAG REPS

Interested in fundraising and want to develop your knowledge and skills? Become a RAG Rep! With support from our student committees and staff, you can learn fundraising skills, make new friends, and be an integral part of some of our biggest events (plus it counts towards your HEAR.) E-mail ragreps@sheffieldrag.com

WANT TO FUNDRAISE? HERE’S HOW WE CAN HELP!

• Budgeting, events management and maximising your fundraised income • Ticketing • Marketing • Banking • Health and safety advice, insurance and risk assessment • Charity law and good practice • Online Fundraising • Fundraising resources and materials • Collection permits • Choosing charities 51


ESSENTIAL INFORMATION PAGE

Sheffield Students’ Union’s Give it a Go programme is packed full of activities, events and experiences. Every year thousands of students take part in Give it a Go, and you should too!

BUYING TICKETS

Tickets for all activities are on sale at the Students’ Union Box Office (tel: 0114 222 8777) and are available to buy www. sheffieldsu.com/giveitago. Tickets MUST be purchased in ADVANCE and your Student, SIC or Gold Life Membership uCard must be shown at the Box Office in order to buy your tickets. Demand for Give it a Go is massive and events can sell out very quickly, so please buy your ticket early to avoid disappointment and please note that you cannot turn up and pay on the door! Unfortunately, all tickets purchased are nonrefundable and cannot be exchanged or transferred. If the event organiser cancels the activity, a full refund will be given from the Students’ Union Box Office. Participants will be informed of cancellations via facebook and twitter, and email where possible.

ROOM LOCATIONS

Unsure of where to go? Go to the map at the front of the programme. If the location reads ‘The Edge’ in Endcliffe, ‘The Ridge’ in Ranmoor or ‘The SU’ (Students’ Union), just meet outside the Reception. Goodwin Sports centre is located on Northumberland Road (on your way up to Crookes)

WOMEN’S MINIBUS

For evening activities in the Students’ Union, the Women’s Minibus will take you home to your door anywhere within a 2-mile radius of the Union. The service runs at half past every hour and tickets cost just £1.50 from the Students’ Union Box Office.

WOMEN'S COMMITTEE

The Women's Campaign at the University of Sheffield Students' Union consists of the Women's Officer and the Women's Committee. Together they work to make your student experience free from discrimination and sexism, alongside the other Liberation Campaigns. Look out for the Women’s Committee logo to see events for selfdefining women.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

For information on bus and tram fares in and around Sheffield, visit www. travelsouthyorkshire.com The Give it a Go sports activities are in partnership with Sport Sheffield.

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