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1. CHOOSE AN ACTIVITY YOU WANT TO DO

so why not join in the fun?! All activities are run at a beginners’ level so it doesn’t matter if you haven’t tried the activity before. There’s no strings attached, just pay and play.

3. TURN UP ON THE DAY WITH YOUR TICKET AND ‘GIVE IT A GO’

PROGRAMME

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Sheffield Volunteering has projects right across Sheffield. From activities right 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 including transport are free. For all our volunteering, no experience is required. You do not need to buy a ticket from the Box Office, instead book your place in the Sheffield Volunteering office in your Sheffield Students' Union. (Mon to Fri, 10am - 5pm)

BROWSE: WWW.SHEFFIELDVOLUNTEERING.INFO EMAIL: VOLUNTEERING@SHEFFIELD.AC.UK LIKE: SHEFFIELDVOLUNTEERING TWEET: @SHEF_VOLUNTEER

River Don Champion TUESDAY 25TH APRIL – 9:30AM – 1:30PM Help out the River Stewardship company with practical tasks on Sheffield’s waterways.

Farm Fun WEDNESDAY 26TH APRIL – 10:30AM – 4:30PM Maintain veg plots at Holly Hagg community farm and meet their alpacas!

DIY Day with St Wilfred’s Centre THURSDAY 27TH APRIL – 09:00AM – 04:30PM Put furniture together for a new residential project in Sheffield.

Hillside Harvest SATURDAY 29TH APRIL – 09:30AM – 02:30PM Spend a morning preparing vegetable beds and cutting hedges.

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Animal Day with RSPCA

Get Crafty Support a Local at Burton School Street

WEDNESDAY 3RD MAY – 08:30AM - 4:30PM For all pet enthusiasts spend a day looking after cats and dogs walking, grooming and cleaning the site.

SATURDAY 6TH MAY – 09:30AM – 03:30PM

SATURDAY 13TH MAY – 09:00AM – 1:00PM

Spend a morning painting and pasting the walls of the media room at Burton Street.

Revamp the facilities at Firth Park Academy – painting fences/ railings and doing shrub clearance.

Keep it Green

Behind the Farm Fun Scenes at WEDNESDAY 10TH MAY Oxfam 10:30AM – 4:30PM

THURSDAY 4TH MAY - 10:00AM – 02:30PM

MONDAY 8TH MAY– 13:00PM – 17:30PM

Spend a day weeding and pruning at Burngreave Community Allotment for the future enjoyment of schools/ community groups.

Refugee Conversation Club FRIDAY 5TH MAY – 1PM – 4:30PM Spend an afternoon chatting to refugees/asylum seekers looking to improve their English.

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Sort through donated items, price up clothes and manage Oxfam’s clothing display.

Animal Day with RSPCA WEDNESDAY 10TH MAY08:30AM - 4:30PM For all pet enthusiasts spend a day looking after cats and dogs walking, grooming and cleaning the site.

Maintain veg plots at Holly Hagg community farm and meet their alpacas!

Sporting Steward for Athletes with Disabilities WEDNESDAY 10TH MAY 10:30AM – 4:30PM Maintain veg plots at Holly Hagg community farm and meet their alpacas!

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HOW TO SURVIVE A PLAGUE

PILATES

TUESDAY 25 APRIL, 6-7PM

MONDAY 24 APRIL, 7-10PM Nelson Mandela Auditorium @ SU A riveting, powerful telling of the story of the grassroots movement of activists, many of them in a life-ordeath struggle, who seized upon scientific research to help develop the drugs that turned HIV from a mostly fatal infection to a manageable disease.

GIALG

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MAKE YOUR OWN CUDDLY BEES

Studio @ SU. Wear comfortable gym clothes and bring water Pilates is a form of low intensity exercise designed to increase core strength, flexibility and improve posture. It incorporates yoga into a series of controlled movements and stretches that help to strengthen the mind and body.

£3.50 £1.50 RESIDENCE LIFE

INTERACTIVE CULINARY SESSIONS

TUESDAY 25 APRIL, 2, 9, 23 OR 30 MAY, 6-8PM

TUESDAY 25 APRIL 5.30-7.30PM

Inox Dine

Activities and Sports Zone @ SU

Be shown how to create a dish/drink then have a go yourself!1st session: Bread and Doughnut Making, 2nd session: Barista Training, 3rd session: Learn how to make a Roast Dinner, 4th session: Cocktail Making, 5th session: Summer Cupcake and Cookies

Come along and take part in our GIAG collaboration between Stitch Soc and the Beekeeping society. We'll be making and decorating cuddly bees

£4 £2 RESIDENCE LIFE

£7.50 £5.50 RESIDENCE LIFE EACH WEEK

ASHTANGA YOGA

TUESDAY 25 APRIL 7.15-8.15PM

Studio @ SU. Wear comfortable gym clothes and bring water Ashtanga Yoga is a systematic flow of postures that build strength, flexibility and stamina. Known as the ‘Original Power Yoga’ it combines breath, spirit and body in a rejuvenating and rewarding class.

£3.50 £1.50 RESIDENCE LIFE

MIXED SELF DEFENCE WORKSHOP

WEDNESDAY 26 APRIL, 4-6PM Studio @ SU. Wear comfortable gym clothes and bring water This introductory self defence workshop will give you the tools to build a solid background of techniques when it comes to defending yourself. It looks at psychology, situation awareness, avoiding conflict, conflict resolution and the art of defending yourself.

£3.50 £1.50 RESIDENCE LIFE

TEFL

WEDNESDAY 26 APRIL, 4-7PM OR 17 MAY, 2-5PM ELTC - 78 Hoyle Street

You will look at teaching resources, gain a basic understanding of how some lesson types are staged, and explore some online TEFL resources and jobs sites. This is a very useful introduction if you are thinking of travelling, teaching, or want to do a full TEFL course in future.

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MINDED YOGA ZUMBA

WEDNESDAY 26 APRIL, 6-7PM

Endcliffe Studio. Wear comfortable gym clothes and bring water Minded yoga improves your sense of wellbeing and ability to deal with stress. It’s especially useful for students; it helps you to relax and take a break from your studies

£3.50 £1.50 RESIDENCE LIFE

BALANCED GRACE YOGA

WEDNESDAY 26 APRIL 7.15-8.15PM

Endcliffe Studio. Wear comfortable gym clothes and bring water Balanced Grace Yoga will help you totally engage with your body through long, slow and deep movements.

£3.50 £1.50 RESIDENCE LIFE

HOW TO CALL A CEILIDH

WEDNESDAY 26 APRIL 7.30-9PM

THURSDAY 27 APRIL 6-7PM King Edwards VII High School Sports Hall entrance. Wear comfortable gym clothes and bring water Zumba is an enjoyable workout, so whether you're sick of the gym or just looking to try something new, then give Zumba a go! Zumba originated in Colombia and is a Latin-inspired fitness class. All you need to do is follow the instructor.

£3.50 £1.50 RESIDENCE LIFE

JAPANESE 5 WEEK LANGUAGE COURSE

THURSDAY 27 APRIL - 25 MAY, 7-9PM Gallery Room 4 @ SU. To receive a certificate, you must get full attendance Come and learn Japanese in our inter-active five week beginner course. You will learn basic grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and you will also be introduced to Japanese syllabary and the writing system; calligraphy.

CONVERSATION CLUB

FRIDAY 28 APRIL 2-4.30PM

Meet in front of the SU main entrance Spend an afternoon meeting new people at this friendly conversation club. Chat with refugees and asylum seekers who are looking to improve their English and learn more about British culture.

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HOW TO RUN A CINEMA?

FRIDAY 28 APRIL AND FRIDAY 12 MAY 6.15-10PM

Nelson Mandela Auditorium @ SU Passionate about films? Then come see how the oldest student-led cinema in the UK is being run! You’ll learn about house managing, fire safety and get to see where the magic happens: the Projection Room! Ticket price includes watching the film!

£2.50, 50P RESIDENCE LIFE

£22 £20 RESIDENCE LIFE

View Room 6 @ SU Ever wanted to call a Ceilidh dance? Here's your chance to learn how in our fun workshop!

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MAKE YOUR OWN DREAM CATCHER

FRIDAY 5TH MAY, 7-9PM

Monsal Dale @ The Ridge, Ranmoor Dream catchers originated in Native American culture and are believed to filter a person’s dreams, allowing only the good dreams to enter. In this session you will get the chance to make your own dreamcatcher from scratch and which you can keep! All materials provided.

£4.50 £2.50 RESIDENCE LIFE

OXFORD DAY TRIP

SATURDAY 29 APRIL, 8AM 6PM Glossop Road entrance to Bar One or Oakholme Road. Ticket includes travel only. Coach departs Oxford at 6pm Oxford, the city of ‘dreaming spires,’ is steeped in rich and fascinating history and home to the world famous Oxford University. There are many recognisable sites in Oxford, such as the ceremonial buildings and churches, museums and galleries, quiet parks, boat trips and lively cafes.

BAKEWELL TOUR AND HADDON HALL

SUNDAY 30 APRIL, 9.30AM - 4.30PM

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One.Ticket includes travel, tour of Bakewell and entry to Haddon Hall. Coach departs Haddon Hall at 4.30pm. Wear waterproofs and walking shoes/boots. The morning will start with a guided walking tour of Bakewell. Our guide will walk us across gorgeous green countryside in the heart of the Peak District before dropping us off at Haddon Hall. Haddon Hall dates back to the 12th century and is a fine example of a fortified medieval manor house. Film-makers have flocked to Haddon Hall to use it as a location. The house and grounds have played host to Jane Eyre, Pride & Prejudice and ‘The Other Boleyn Girl.’

£35 £30 RESIDENCE LIFE

BATIK PAINTING

SUNDAY 30 APRIL, 12-3PM

Activities and Sports Zone @ SU Batik is a technique of applying coloured design to textile using wax and dye. Batik, from the word ‘amba’ and ‘tik’ which means to write dot, is originated from Java, Indonesia. Join this session to learn how to draw these beautiful and fascinating patterns.

£3.50 £1.50 RESIDENCE LIFE

£22, £17 RESIDENCE LIFE FAMILY OF 3: £63, OF 4: £82, OF 5: £101 SINGLE CHILD TICKET £20

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STEEL CITY GHOST TOUR

TUESDAY 2 MAY, 7.30 - 9PM

HOW TO ORGANISE YOUR MIND

Meet on Sheffield Town Hall Steps. Wear clothing and footwear suitable for the weather

THURSDAY 4 MAY, 4.306.30PM

Have you ever wondered what spooky secrets lurk in Victorian Sheffield? Take this guided tour around the dark heart of the steel city to discover the ghosts and ghouls of the past! You’ll be amazed at the secrets that the industrial city of Sheffield holds.

Come along to our interactive and informative session where you will be shown how to declutter your mind in order to help prioritise and organise! Perfect for those of you who are know to procrastinate ahead of exams and deadlines.

Gallery Room 4 @ SU

£4.50 £2.50 RESIDENCE LIFE

£3.50 £1.50 RESIDENCE LIFE

FENCING

FRIDAY 5 MAY, 7-9PM High Tor 2 @ The Edge, Endcliffe. Wear comfortable gym clothes and bring water Come and give Fencing a try! One of only 5 sports to be at every modern Olympic games. A fun, challenging, unique sport, fencing is a great way to get fit and make some new friends! We provide all the equipment and coaching so why not come along.

£5 £3 RESIDENCE LIFE

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RSPB BEMPTON CLIFFS

SATURDAY 6 MAY, 8AM 6.30PM

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One. If you would like to borrow binoculars please email subs@ sheffield.ac.uk by the evening of Thursday 4th May. Bring warm, waterproof clothing as the wind can be quite strong by the coast and wear sturdy shoes. The ticket cost covers transport costs. SUBS will pay your entrance into the reserve. Join us as we head to Bempton Cliffs. In spring 250,000 seabirds nest on these cliffs. There'll be Guillemots, Razorbills, Gannets and hopefully a Puffin or two! We will be taking a minibus to the reserve and will stop for some fish and chips on the way home.

£15 £13 RESIDENCE LIFE

BUXTON DAY TRIP

SHEFFIELD WALK RALLY

SATURDAY 6 MAY, 9AM - 4PM

SATURDAY 6 MAY, 3-6PM

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One. Ticket includes travel only. Coach departs Buxton at 4pm

Meet outside the SU Entrance

The former spa town of Buxton is an architectural gem with buildings of classical design, dating from the late 18th and 19th centuries. There is the famous Buxton Dome to explore as well as a beautiful walk to Buxton Country Park up to Grin Low to the hilltop folly of Solomon’s Temple. You could even visit Poole’s Cavern which is a wonderful world of Stalactites and Stalagmites. There are also numerous cafes, tearooms, food outlets and shops.

£14, £9 RESIDENCE LIFE FAMILY OF 3: £39 FAMILY OF 4: £50 FAMILY OF 5: £61 SINGLE CHILD TICKET: £12

CAPOEIRA

SATURDAY 6, 13 OR 20 MAY, 3-5PM Activity Room 1, Goodwin. Wear comfortable gym clothes and bring water Capoeira is an exciting sport that combines martial arts, dance, acrobatics and music. A Brazilian martial art with African roots, capoeira will improve your strength, balance and flexibility, and is a fun way of getting fit.

Come meet other Postgraduate students and at the same time, discover Sheffield! Participants will be divided into teams where you will follow hidden hints around Sheffield city center to solve questions and hopefully win a surprise prize!

FREE

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SPANISH WEEKEND LANGUAGE COURSE

SATURDAY 6 AND SUNDAY 7 MAY, 10AM - 5PM High Tor 4 @ The Edge, Endcliffe. To receive a certificate, you must get full attendance This is a weekend intensive course and is aimed at students who have no knowledge of the Spanish language but wish to learn the basics of reading, writing, listening and speaking, as well as learning more about the Spanish culture.

£22 £20 RESIDENCE LIFE

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FOUNTAINS ABBEY - RIPPON

SUNDAY 7 MAY, 9AM - 4PM

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One Ticket includes travel and entry to Fountains Abbey. Coach departs the Abbey at 4pm The dramatic Abbey ruins at Fountains are the largest monastic ruins in the country. The Abbey was founded in 1132 by 13 Benedictine monks from St Mary’s in York seeking to live a simple lifestyle. There are miles of footpaths and trails to explore in this beautiful landscape, where you can take in the breath-taking views of the Abbey. There is also the fabulous water park to explore, or if you are a keen walker why not walk from the Abbey into the neighbouring village of Rippon.

£30, £25 RESIDENCE LIFE FAMILY OF 3: £87 FAMILY OF 4: £114 FAMILY OF 5: £141 SINGLE CHILD TICKET: £28

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CASTLE HOWARD AND YORK

SATURDAY 13 MAY, 8.30AM 6PM Glossop Road entrance to Bar One. Ticket includes travel and entry to Castle Howard. You will have free time in York. Coach departs the York at 6pm. Castle Howard is Yorkshire’s finest historical house which is located just outside of the city of York. The 18th century residence is set within 1,000 acres of breath-taking landscape. Enjoy stunning architecture and stately rooms such as the Great Hall, the music room, dressing room and the grand staircase. You can also stroll around the idyllic gardens and woodlands. After we’ve explored the castle we will head to York. York has 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.

BIRMINGHAM SHOPPING

SUNDAY 14 MAY, 9AM - 5PM Glossop Road entrance to Bar One. Ticket includes travel only. Coach departs Birmingham at 5pm. 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. Birmingham is also home to numerous museums and art galleries with large impressive collections. Finally make sure you visit the Jewellery Quarter – the home of British jewellery, dating back over 200 years old and home to the growing art scene.

HISTORICAL CRIME AND MURDER TOUR

THURSDAY 18 MAY, 7.30 - 9PM Meet outside Sheffield Cathedral. Wear clothing and footwear suitable for the weather Would you like to know what lies beneath the ground you walk on? Could you listen to the truth about the Victorian city you live in? Then come and listen to the true tales of the Sheffield criminals on the Crime and Murder Tour.

£4.50 £2.50 RESIDENCE LIFE

£16 £11 RESIDENCE LIFE FAMILY OF 3: £45 FAMILY OF 4: £58 FAMILY OF 5: £71 SINGLE CHILD TICKET: £14

£30, £25 RESIDENCE LIFE FAMILY OF 3: £87 FAMILY OF 4: £114 FAMILY OF 5: £141 SINGLE CHILD TICKET: £28

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CAMBRIDGE DAY TRIP

CHESTER ZOO DAY TRIP

BLACKPOOL DAY TRIP

SATURDAY 20 MAY, 8AM - 6PM

SUNDAY 21 MAY, 8.30AM - 5PM

SATURDAY 27 MAY, 8AM - 6PM

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One or Oakholme Road. Ticket includes travel only. Coach departs Cambridge at 6pm.

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One. Ticket includes travel and entry to Chester Zoo. The coach departs the Zoo at 5pm

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One. Ticket includes travel only. Coach departs Blackpool at 6pm

Cambridge is famous for its University, which is one of the oldest in the world. Take a walk around the backs of the colleges for some stunning views – especially looking towards King’s College Chapel from across the river. You will have free time to explore the city, perhaps by punting along the River Cam. Or why not visit some of Cambridge’s many museums and galleries? There is the Fitzwilliam Museum (one of Britain’s earliest public museums) as well as Cambridge and County Folk Museum.

Chester Zoo is the UK’s number one zoo! It is home to over 15,000 animals and 400 different species, all in 125 acres of gardens. Some mustsees include the Elephants of the Asian Forest enclosure and Butterfly Journey (the largest zoo-based butterfly house in the UK). There are also a range of animal talks throughout the day, including talks on the giraffes, penguins, lions, giant otters and many more.

“Oh I do like to be beside the seaside.” Britain’s favourite seaside resort is crammed with thrills and excitement, making every visit a funfilled adventure. You can visit the Zoo, the sealife centre, Blackpool Tower, or why not go shopping, catch a theatre show, or head to Blackpool Pleasure Beach and enjoy thrilling rides

£22 £17 RESIDENCE LIFE FAMILY OF 3: £63 FAMILY OF 4: £82 FAMILY OF 5: £101 SINGLE CHILD TICKET: £20

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£35 £30 RESIDENCE LIFE FAMILY OF 3: £102 FAMILY OF 4: £134 FAMILY OF 5: £166 SINGLE CHILD TICKET: £33

£15 £10 RESIDENCE LIFE FAMILY OF 3: £42 FAMILY OF 4: £54 FAMILY OF 5: £66 SINGLE CHILD TICKET: £13

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CHATSWORTH HOUSE DAY TRIP

SUNDAY 28 MAY, 10AM - 5PM

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One. Ticket includes travel and entry to Chatsworth House. At 4pm we will depart to spend an hour in Chatsworth Farm Shop. Coach departs the Farm Shop at 5pm Chatsworth is a traditional English stately home and a must-see attraction when you are in Sheffield! More than 30 magnificent rooms display one of Europe's finest private collections of treasures. The 105-acre garden is beautiful, containing a huge maze, rare plants, fountains and the famous Duke's Cascade. You can bring a picnic to enjoy in the grounds, or enjoy refreshments in the Courtyard.

£25 FAMILY OF 3: £72 FAMILY OF 4: £94 FAMILY OF 5: £116 SINGLE CHILD TICKET: £23 £20 RESIDENCE LIFE

HOW TO INCREASE YOUR FINANCIAL IQ

THURSDAY 1 JUNE, 5.307.30PM View Room 6 @ SU

You don’t need a degree to start your own business. Are you ready to invest in your future? You are one board game away from success! Come to our Give It A Go event and learn the basics of Entrepreneurship.

WHITBY DAY TRIP

SATURDAY 3 JUNE, 8AM - 6PM

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One. Ticket includes travel only. Coach departs Whitby at 6pm Whitby is a seaside town on the North Yorkshire coast full of history and myths. From the Abbey, you reach the old town where you find yourself in a shoppers’ paradise. An array of unique shops can be found along the cobbled shopping streets, offering local crafts, famous Whitby Jet jewellery, maritime memorabilia and antiques. For the food connoisseurs out there, Whitby has award winning seafood restaurants, continental delights, traditional sea-shanty inns, and traditional English tea rooms.

£17 £12 RESIDENCE LIFE FAMILY OF 3: £48 FAMILY OF 4: £62 FAMILY OF 5: £76 SINGLE CHILD TICKET: £15

ALNWICK CASTLE DAY TRIP - HARRY POTTER FILM LOCATION

SUNDAY 4 JUNE, 8AM - 5PM

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One. Ticket includes travel and entry to Alnwick Castle. Coach departs Alnwick at 5pm. Alnwick Castle is one of the largest inhabited castles in England and is situated between Newcastle and Edinburgh. Home to the Duke of Northumberland’s family for over 700 years, Alnwick Castle is steeped in history and has been used as a setting in many television series and films including Harry Potter! Alnwick boasts sumptuous state rooms, filled with remarkable art and furniture, including one of the country’s finest private art collections. There are plenty of talks and tours for you to enjoy throughout the day, including Broomsticks training for you budding Harry Potter fans.

£3.50 £1.50

£30 £25 RESIDENCE LIFE FAMILY OF 3: £87 FAMILY OF 4: £114 FAMILY OF 5: £141 SINGLE CHILD TICKET: £28

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MOCKTAIL PARTY

POST GRAD PICNIC IN THE PARK

MONDAY 5 JUNE, 6-7.30PM Chaplaincy Common Room (Octagon M floor) Celebrate the end of exams in style, with non-alcoholic cocktails and canapés. The year is ending, exams are over, it’s time to relax and party. The Chaplaincy invites you to join us to mark the end of semester and say ‘goodbye’ in style.

GIALG

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SUNDAY 11 JUNE,1-4PM Botanical Gardens

Great day out to enjoy the weather and make the most of your weekend! Bring your own food for yourself and come and meet new people in the park for a nice day out, or come with friends to relax after exams.

FREE

GIALG

PHD SURVIVAL HACKS

THURSDAY 8 JUNE 5.30-6.30PM

View Room 6 @ SU

FLAMINGO LAND

FRIDAY 9 JUNE, 8AM - 5.30PM Glossop Road entrance to Bar One. Includes travel and entry to Flamingo Land Theme Park and Zoo End the academic year on a thrill as we head to Yorkshire’s Ultimate Theme Park, which houses the UK’s most visited Zoo! Journey through The Lost Kingdom’s vast African plains, the clear blue skies of Swoosh! and the wet and wacky world of Splosh! and we’re sure you’ll discover that this Theme Park has something for all ages to enjoy. If you’re looking for adrenaline-fuelled thrills, then eight extreme rides are waiting just for you, including the record-breaking Mumbo Jumbo, featuring the world’s steepest drop!

£35 £30 RESIDENCE LIFE FAMILY OF 3 £102 FAMILY OF 4 £134 FAMILY OF 5 £166 CHILD TICKET £33

PhD life can be tough and sometimes overwhelming (been there). Don't panic and come to our session, we have prepared very useful tips to never give up! Keep calm and Give it a Go!

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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 onlinesheffieldsu.com/ events 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.

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ROOM LOCATIONS

Unsure of where to go? Go to the map on page 3 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 self-defining women.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

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20/03/2017 10:42

Summer Give it a Go  

Our summer programme is here! We have lots of day trips for you to go on, plus the usual fun activities and sports. We are off to Flamingo L...

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