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6th February - 21st April


GO SPRING

PROGRAMME 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 beginners’ 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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1. CHOOSE AN ACTIVITY YOU WANT TO DO 2. BUY YOUR TICKET IN ADVANCE FROM THE STUDENTS’ UNION BOX OFFICE OR ONLINE WWW. SHEFFIELDSU.COM/ EVENTS 3. TURN UP ON THE DAY WITH YOUR TICKET AND ‘GIVE IT A GO’

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NATIONAL STUDENT MONDAY WEEK

Taekwondo for Beginners Womens Basketball Aikido Beginners Session Group Run Tap Dance Boys Ballet Irish Dancing Burlesque

Mixed Self Defence Make your own Patchwork Cushion Ballet Pilates Ashtanga Yoga Intro to Model UN Interactive Culinary Sessions

WEDNESDAY NATIONAL STUDENT MONDAY WEEK REFRESHERS FESTIVAL Group Run Modern Dance Marhaba Night Valentines Speed Dating The Cookery School

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Taekwondo for Beginners Life saving Skills Taster Session Find and Frame a Poem Zumba Bellydance Swing Dance Street Jazz Contemporary Dance Lishi Tai Chi Intro to Model UN Valentine's Day LGBT+ Speed Dating and Meeting French 5 Week Language Course Spanish 5 Week Language Course

Aikido Beginners Session Watercolour Class How to Run a Cinema

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

SATURDAY Taekwondo for Beginners Samba Drumming Capoeira Beginner Classes Let’s Dance Salsa Wom Com Presents: Yoga Introductions Hot Yoga Ice Skating One Pot Cooking Intro to Bahasa Indonesia Harrogate Day Trip River Don Champion

SUNDAY Try Dives Quidditch Medieval Sword Fighting Farfasha Night Cadbury World and Birmingham

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MONDAY Taekwondo for Beginners Lifesaving sport taster session Samba Drumming Body Language Session Nutrition and Healthy Eating

MONDAY Aikido Beginners Session Advanced Solidworks CAD Modelling 5 Week Course Arabic Lessons

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TUESDAY Beading Valentine’s Day Special Sheffield Ghost Walk Sign Language 5 Week Course Orchard Planting at High Hazels Park

TUESDAY DJ Soc - Give it a Spin Interactive Culinary Sessions Sign Language 5 Week Course

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Self Defence 5 Week course K-Pop Choreography Kundalini Yoga Minded Yoga First Aid Taster Session The Cookery School Financial Trading for Beginners

Taekwondo for Beginners Olympic Weightlifting Lishi Tai Chi Swedish Back Massage Cake and Campaigning French 5 Week Language Course Spanish 5 Week Language Course

Aikido Beginners Session Pottery class Filming, Presenting and Editing Workshop French 5 Week Language Course Introduction to Catalan Language Refugee Conversation Club

Taekwondo for Beginners Capoeira Beginner Classes BME Take the Lead Cambridge Day Trip

Olympic Weightlifting Ladies Rugby Quidditch Farfasha Night Warwick Castle

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FRIDAY

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

Self Defence 5 Week course Shisha and Quiz Night The Cookery School Solidworks Beginners 5 Week Course Animal Day with RSPCA

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Pound Fit Deep Talk 5 Week Course ANSYS Essentials 5 Week Course French 5 Week Language Course Spanish 5 Week Language Course February Farm Day

THURSDAY

Aikido Beginners Session Fencing Radio taster session Holistic Face Massage How to Run a Cinema MATLAB Essentials 5 Week Course Photoshop Essentials 6hr Course French 5 Week Language Course

FRIDAY

HEALTHY CAMPUS WEEK

HEALTHY CAMPUS WEEK

HEALTHY CAMPUS WEEK

HEALTHY CAMPUS WEEK

HEALTHY CAMPUS WEEK

Reiki Workshop Advanced Solidworks CAD Modelling 5 Week Course Arabic Lessons

Make your own cuddle bees Interactive Culinary Sessions Sign Language 5 Week Course

Self Defence 5 Week course Chocolate Lock In The Cookery School Solidworks Beginners 5 Week Course Iron Age Preservation

Deep Talk 5 Week Course Vinyasa Yoga Indian Head Massage ANSYS Essentials 5 Week Course French 5 Week Language Course Spanish 5 Week Language Course

Tarot Card Reading MATLAB Essentials 5 Week Course Photoshop Essentials 6hr Course 24hr Filmmaking Challenge French 5 Week Language Course

Capoeira Beginner Classes Argentine Tango Kizomba Bachata Introduction to AutoCAD Liverpool Day Trip

SATURDAY Capoeira Beginner Classes Let’s Dance Salsa Introduction to AutoCAD 24hr Filmmaking Challenge

Farfasha Night Manchester United Stadium Tour

SUNDAY Farfasha Night Shakespeare’s Houses

Emergency First Aid Course Oxford Day Trip

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Palmistry Advanced Solidworks CAD Modelling 5 Week Course Arabic Lessons

MONDAY Zumba, Fitness and Toning Advanced Solidworks CAD Modelling 5 Week Course Arabic Lessons

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TUESDAY Interactive Culinary Sessions Sign Language 5 Week Course

TUESDAY Historical Crime and Murder Tour Interactive Culinary Sessions Sign Language 5 Week Course

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WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

Self Defence 5 Week course The Cookery School Solidworks Beginners 5 Week Course Greening up Sheffield

SU OFFICER ELECTIONS VOTING CLOSES

Fencing How to Run a Cinema

Deep Talk 5 Week Course ANSYS Essentials 5 Week Course French 5 Week Language Course Spanish 5 Week Language Course Turkish Language Lessons

MATLAB Essentials 5 Week Course Photoshop Essentials 6hr Course French 5 Week Language Course

WEDNESDAY Self Defence 5 Week course Solidworks Beginners 5 Week Course Musical Memories

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SOCIETY ELECTION FORTNIGHT

SOCIETY ELECTION FORTNIGHT

SOCIETY ELECTION FORTNIGHT

Advanced Solidworks CAD Modelling 5 Week Course Arabic Lessons

Interactive Culinary Sessions

K-Pop Choreography Solidworks Beginners 5 Week Course Animal Day with RSPCA

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TUESDAY

SOCIETY ELECTION FORTNIGHT

SOCIETY ELECTION FORTNIGHT

Gardening Assistance

Casanova - A Ballet by Kenneth Tindall Interactive Culinary Sessions

WEDNESDAY SOCIETY ELECTION FORTNIGHT

THURSDAY Deep Talk 5 Week Course ANSYS Essentials 5 Week Course Turkish Language Lessons

THURSDAY

FRIDAY Little Mix Dance Class MATLAB Essentials 5 Week Course French 5 Week Language Course Charity Shop Clearout

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SATURDAY Capoeira Beginner Classes

DJ Soc - Give it a Spin

Mental Health Matters do Basketball Poster Design 4hr Course One Pot Cooking Weekend German Language Course Chester Day Trip

Farfasha Night Weekend German Language Course Angel of the North and Newcastle

SATURDAY Bath Day Trip Building a Forest School

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SOCIETY ELECTION FORTNIGHT

SOCIETY ELECTION FORTNIGHT

Deep Talk 5 Week Course ANSYS Essentials 5 Week Course

How to Run a Cinema MATLAB Essentials 5 Week Course

Peak District Walk Derwent Valley Let’s Dance Salsa Padley Gorge Walk Robin Hoods Bay and Whitby Park Bench Builders

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SATURDAY

THURSDAY SOCIETY ELECTION FORTNIGHT

SOCIETY ELECTION FORTNIGHT

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Yorkshire Lavender Fields and York

SUNDAY Harry Potter Studios Tour

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SUNDAY Hadrian’s Wall and Carlisle

Angklung Playing

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WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

EASTER VACATION

EASTER VACATION

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Trip 1: Bummit Charity Hitch Hike

Intensive Italian 3 Day Course

EASTER VACATION

Intensive Italian 3 Day Course Renishaw Gardens Day Trip Trip 2: Bummit Charity Hitch Hike

Intensive Italian 3 Day Course

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EASTER VACATION

MONDAY EASTER VACATION EASTER MONDAY - SU CLOSED

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EASTER VACATION SU CLOSED

WEDNESDAY EASTER VACATION

The Give it a Go Spring Programme is your chance to try out lots of different events and activities here at the Students’ Union that range from society sessions, sports, local attraction visits and day trips. There is really something for everyone!

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Enter our photo competition this term for your chance to win a prize!

Share your pictures with us on social media with the hashtag #igaveitago to enter. Good luck!

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Inside Sheffield Students' Union (SU) Level 6 Student Support Services Level 5 Inox Dine Level 4 Gallery Rooms Media Hub The View Deli Uni Central

Level 3 Activities & Sports Zone

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SPORT

TAEKWONDO FOR BEGINNERS

SAT: 4TH, 11TH, 18TH FEB 1-4PM MON: 6TH, 13TH FEB 6-8PM THUR: 9TH, 16TH FEB 6-8PM All session in Stephenson Hall. Wear suitable shoes and clothes. Bring water. Give It A Go is an initiative set up by the SU to get people to try new sports and activities. Although these sessions aren't much different from our normal classes, you'll often find more people who are new to the sport will attend them. These sessions, like all our regular classes, are suitable for people of all abilities, whether you're new to Taekwondo or you're already a black belt! So why not come along?!

£3 £1 RESLIFE

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

AIKIDO BEGINNER SESSION

GROUP RUN

MON 6TH AND 20TH FEB 4.45-6PM STEPHENSON HALL FRI 10TH, 17TH AND 24TH FEB MEET AT GLOSSOP ROAD AT 4.30PM Wear suitable shoes clothes. Bring water.

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Aikido is a Japanese martial art that uses an opponent’s strength and force against them. It utilises locks, throws and pins. It does not teach how to punch and kick, but teaches how to defend against such attacks and much more. Our club practices Shodokan Aikido, which is sometimes referred to as ""Sport Aikido"" because it includes competition. This beginner session is an opportunity to try out Aikido and see what our training sessions are like, so please do come along and Give it a Go. No previous experience is required!

MONDAY 6TH OR WEDNESDAY 8TH FEBRUARY 6-7PM Meet in Goodwin Cafe. Wear trainers and suitable clothes to run in. If you are interested in getting to know more people while improving your fitness and running ability, then the group run is perfect for you. We have a choice of a 3 mile or 6 mile run on the day. Both are led by two Run England leaders who are trained to cater for a range of abilities. The run will be a fun introduction to the Athletics and Cross Country Club.

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MIXED SELF DEFENCE CLASS

LIFESAVING SKILLS TASTER SESSION

TUESDAY 7TH FEBRUARY 4-6PM

THURSDAY 9TH FEBRUARY 6-7PM

Studio @ SU. Wear comfy clothing and shoes. Bring water.

Goodwin Swimming Pool. No experience necessary, though you must be able to swim.

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.

Lifesaving is a multidisciplinary sport designed to develop speed, teamwork, and skills like first aid. In this session we'll be teaching lifesaving skills such as rescuing casualties, and practising some simulated emergency scenarios.

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

GIALG

FREE

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MONDAY 6TH FEBRUARY 4-5.30PM

Goodwin Sports Centre. Wear suitable shoes and clothes. Bring water. Come and try out basketball with our friendly women's team! All abilities welcome!

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TRY DIVES

SUNDAY 12TH FEBRUARY 12-3PM Goodwin Swimming Pool. Bring swimwear, t-shirt and towel. You must be able to swim at least 25m. Fancy giving scuba diving a go? Come along to our Try Dive event! Includes full briefing beforehand and 1-to-1 instruction in the pool with one of our experienced instructors, plus a certificate and try dive pack with a 'Go Diving UK’ DVD, letter and booklet on learning to dive with BSAC.

£8 £6 RESLIFE

LIFESAVING SPORT TASTER SESSION

MONDAY 13TH FEBRUARY 7.30-9PM

Goodwin Swimming Pool. No experience necessary, though you must be able to swim at least 25m. Bring swimwear and towel. Lifesaving is a multidisciplinary sport designed to develop speed, teamwork, and skills like first aid and pool rescue. In this sport focussed session we'll be teaching the skills needed for speed events in competitions - rope throw, manikin carry, swim and tow, and more.

GIALG

FREE

SELF DEFENCE 5 WEEK COURSE WEDNESDAYS FOR 5 WEEKS: 15TH FEBRUARY - 15TH MARCH 5-7PM (PLEASE NOTE THE SESSION ON 1ST MARCH IS 6-8PM AND IN FOUNDRY @ SU)

Studio @ SU. Wear sensible clothing and footwear. Bring water. This course will give a solid introduction to the concepts of self-defence including: psychology, situational awareness, avoiding confrontation, defusing confrontation and the actual physical act of defending yourself. Over the five weeks you will learn basic blocking techniques, defences to common grabs and strangles, how to effectively strike your opponents as well as vulnerable points to attack when in trouble. To supplement this, some basic combat anatomy will be discussed, enabling you to learn locks and pins to overpower people much stronger than yourself. This will culminate in a practical exam that will test and prove your knowledge. Should you pass, you will be issued with an award certificate.

£15 £13 RESLIFE

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OLYMPIC FENCING WEIGHTLIFTING FRIDAY 24TH FEBRUARY OR

THURSDAY 16TH FEBRUARY 4.30-5.30PM OR SUNDAY 19TH FEBRUARY 9.30 - 11.30AM

Activity Room 2 @ Goodwin. Meet at Goodwin Reception. Wear sports clothes and bring water. Learn Olympic Weightlifting. Taught by student coaches. No experience needed. Intermediates that would like a refresher welcome.

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Ever fancied trying Ladies' rugby? Here's your chance! This will be a fun filled session to introduce the basics of rugby, no experience required! Just bring yourself, clothes that you don't mind getting a bit dirty and a bottle of water. Be ready to have some fun!

GIALG

High Tor 2 @ The Edge Endcliffe. Wear comfortable clothing that you’d wear for exercise and trainers. No jeans or skirts. Bring plenty of water! Come and give Fencing a try! One of only five 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 RESLIFE

SUNDAY 19TH FEBRUARY 10AM -12PM Meet outside Broomhill.

10TH MARCH 7-9PM

FREE

PEAK DISTRICT WALK DERWENT VALLEY

SATURDAY 25TH MARCH 9.30AM - 5PM

Meet at Sheffield Train Station - under the departure board. Please wear appropriate footwear (no canvas shoes) and no jeans. Bring waterproofs if needed! Participants will also need to bring money for train, lunch, water and any snacks for the day. On Saturday the 25th March we will be walking along the Derwent Valley, both along the river itself and up Froggatt Edge which will offer spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. The walk will be 12km (7.5 miles) long. Please wear appropriate footwear and clothing for the conditions on the day and be prepared if they change. We recommend you bring a waterproof jacket and trousers (not jeans) along with sun cream if necessary. Please also bring plenty of water and a packed lunch as we shall be stopping for lunch along the way. We will be catching the train to the start which will cost £4.60 (or £3.05 if you have a railcard and not included in the ticket price). Only those with tickets will be allowed on the walk due to safety.

£3 £1 RESLIFE

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MAKE YOUR OWN PATCHWORK CUSHION

WATERCOLOUR FEMINIST CLASS BUNTING MAKING FRIDAY 10TH FEBRUARY 5-7PM

TUESDAY 7TH FEBRUARY 5.30-7.30PM

Meeting Room 2 @Octagon

Activities and Sports Zone @ SU

Art Society is putting on a watercolour session! Whether you’re a newbie or an experienced artist, come along. There will be a painting demonstration by local professional artist, Brian Smith. Art Society will provide all the materials, but if you have specific watercolours that you would like to bring please feel free. Hope to see you all there!

Come along and make your own patchwork cushion. We have a variety of materials so you can design it to match your style – or even to match the colours of your bedroom!

£4 £2 RESLIFE

FIND AND FRAME A POEM

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£3 £1 RESLIFE

THURSDAY 9TH FEBRUARY 6-7.30PM

Activities and Sports Zone @ SU Come try your hand at found poetry - a style loved by poets from Beth Ayer to Dave Gorman! Perfect if you're not convinced you could come up with a whole poem by yourself, here we take words and phrases from other works and stitch them together to make beautiful poetry. Also great fun as a different approach for those who are already well-versed. And, when you've composed your masterpiece, you can stick it in a personalised frame, to take home and show off.

FRIDAY 17TH FEBRUARY 5-7PM Activities and Sports Zone @ SU. Come and craft with the Women's Committee! We'll be making bunting with empowering feminist slogans. They'll be t shirts and tote bags to decorate if bunting isn't your thing. Materials will be provided but feel free to bring your own materials if you'd like. All genders are welcome!

£2.50 50P RESLIFE

POTTERY CLASS

FRIDAY 17TH FEBRUARY 5-7PM

BEADING

TUESDAY 14TH FEBRUARY 5.30-7.30PM Activities and Sports Zone @ SU Come and create your own beading masterpiece. We have a variety of patterns for you to follow from jewellery to decorations, or you can feel free to find your own pattern and bring it along.

£4 £2 RESLIFE

Meeting Room 2 @ Octagon Come and give pottery ago! Art society is putting on a pottery Give it a Go for everyone – please come even if you are a beginner! It will be a very casual session where attendees can really take the time to create something out of clay.

£15 £13 RESLIFE

INTRO TO WAYANG (SHADOW PUPPETS)

RADIO TASTER SESSION

LIFE DRAWING

FRIDAY 24TH FEBRUARY 5-7PM

FRIDAY 24TH FEBRUARY 2-4PM

Media Hub @ SU. experience necessary.

SATURDAY 18TH FEBRUARY 12-2PM Fusion @ SU The Indonesian Society is introducing a traditional art performance, wayang. Wayang has been a medium of storytelling in the Javanese heartland for hundreds of years. The theatrical performances involve the usage of shadow puppets to tell traditional tales and Indian epics such as the Ramayana. Join our newest session to learn about wayang and its characters, and give it a try at drawing them!

£2

Galley Room 4 @ SU No

Ever wanted to try your hand at radio presenting? If the answer is yes then come along. We'll show everything you need to know about radio presenting and you'll have the chance to present your very own radio show! This is a great opportunity to get a feel for what student radio is like and we will even help you to create your very own show! We will show you the basics of radio presenting and also how to record news bulletins/sports reports. After the session we will send you an MP3 of your show so you can listen back to it. This is a fantastic chance to see if student radio is for you and see if you'd like to join Forge Radio with your own show! We will work all the tech and help you to plan your show, you just need to come along with a few ideas! It is also a great chance to see what we do before our busiest time of the year with Officer Elections and Varsity to see if you'd like to get involved with those too. Any questions please email Will - radio. training@forgetoday.com"

Give life drawing a Go! A perfect way to study the human form, by drawing from a live model. A qualified life drawing tutor will be at this event, teaching and demonstrating to us all the skills of life drawing. Art Society will provide all materials, but please feel free to bring your own if you’d prefer.

£4 £2 RESLIFE

MAKE YOUR OWN CUDDLE BEES!

TUESDAY 28TH FEBRUARY 5.30-7.30PM

Activities and Sports Zone @ SU Come along and take part in our Give it a Go collaboration between Stitch Soc and the Beekeeping society. We’ll be making and decorating cuddly bees!

£4 £2 RESLIFE

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MUSIC & DANC

TAP DANCE

IRISH DANCING BURLESQUE

ZUMBA

SWING DANCE

MONDAY 6TH FEBRUARY 6-7PM

MONDAY 6TH FEBRUARY 6-7PM

MONDAY 6TH FEBRUARY 6.30-7.30PM

TUESDAY 7TH FEBRUARY 6-7PM

THURSDAY 9TH FEBRUARY 6-7PM

THURSDAY 9TH FEBRUARY 7-9PM

Studio @ SU

Meet outside the IC at 5:45pm. Please bring plenty of water, wear comfortable clothes for exercise. No dance shoes necessary (but if you have them feel free to bring them along), trainers or socks will be fine.

High Tor 2 @ The Edge Endcliffe

Endcliffe Studio

Meet at King Edwards VII high school sports entrance. Please bring a water bottle and wear sports clothes and footwear.

Uni Central @ SU. Bring water and wear comfortable shoes and clothes!

Ever wanted to learn how to tap? Come along to Dance Soc’s Give it a Go Tap class and learn! We’ll cover all the basics to help you start from scratch. Don’t worry about tap shoes – you can tap in any comfortable shoes!

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

BOYS BALLET

MONDAY 6TH FEBRUARY 6-7PM

Want to try something new? Want a fun way to make friends? Why not come and try Irish dancing. Anyone from total beginner to expert are welcome! It's never too late to get jiggy.

Have you ever wanted to try burlesque? Come along and unleash your inner Dita Von Teese, men and women welcome!

£3 £1 RESLIFE

£3 £1 RESLIFE

Come try Ballet. Whether you’ve never done it before, or not danced it since you were younger – everyone is welcome! Wear something loose – no need for leotards and ballet tights. Hope to see you there!

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

MODERN DANCE

WEDNESDAY 8TH FEBRUARY 5.30-6.30PM

No.66

Studio @ SU

Strength, balance and fitness are just three things Ballet and Football have in common – come to ‘Ballet for Boys’ and see for yourself. No previous experience of ballet is required – just come along and give it a try.

Come along to Dance Soc’s Give it a Go Modern – come and dance to all your favourite songs. Modern dance is a mixture of jazz and several other styles. This class will work on fitness, technique and performance.

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

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BALLET

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

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Ditch the workout and join the party! 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 and no skill is required so all abilities are welcome!

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

BELLYDANCE

THURSDAY 9TH FEBRUARY 7-8PM Meeting Room 3 @ Octagon - If you don't know where the venue is, meet at the welcome desk at 6.50pm. Wear comfortable clothes and bring some water. Ever wanted to try bellydance? Be the next Shakira? Then come along! There’s no need to get your belly out! Come and learn this wonderful middle eastern style of dance which uses all parts of the body with specific focus on isolated hip and abdominal movements.

Would you like to try out an exciting and beautifully vintage style of dance? Or maybe you'd like to start a new hobby and make new friends? If so, then join us at our Swing Dance Give it a Go session. It doesn't matter whether you've danced before or not - Everyone is welcome!

£5 £3 RESLIFE

STREET JAZZ

THURSDAY 9TH FEBRUARY 7.30-8.30PM Studio @ SU This is a combination of commercial jazz, hip-hop and street dance. This is a class aimed at all abilities and will work through different routines incorporating all three styles.

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

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DANCE

THURSDAY 9TH FEBRUARY 8.30-10PM No. 66 This is a class aimed at both beginners and those who have danced before. It will involve a warm-up, some technique before moving onto learning the styles of contemporary dance.

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

SAMBA DRUMMING

SATURDAY 11TH 12-2PM OR MONDAY 13TH FEBRUARY 5.15-7PM No. 66 or meet outside the SU Enjoy live energetic music? Come to one of our Give it a Go events to experience performing Brazilian music as part of our band. No experience or equipment needed!

GIALG

FREE

CAPOEIRA BEGINNER CLASSES

SATURDAYS: 11TH, 18TH, 25TH FEBRUARY, 4TH OR 11TH MARCH 3-5PM Activity Room 1 @ Goodwin. Please bring water and wear clothes suitable for exercise, there are also facilities to have a shower after training if wanted. 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. So why don’t you come and join us to find out more about this exciting and unique martial art? Everyone is welcome and we’ll be going for some food and a drink after the session. You can’t miss out!

£3 £1 RESLIFE

LET’S DANCE SALSA!

SATURDAY 11TH FEBRUARY , 4TH OR 25TH MARCH 5-7PM Studio @ SU (25th March in Uni Central) Dancing in clubs, it's okay. But where's the style? Where's the… Romance? You need something a bit different, a bit Latin: Salsa! Let Salsa Society teach you some moves! Whether you are a beginner or an expert, learn how to twirl at ALL LEVELS. The price is for two lessons of one hour each. The first lesson is Salsa and the second varies each week, including Kizomba, Bachata and Merengue.

£4 £2 RESLIFE

K-POP

CHOREOGRAPHY WEDNESDAY 15TH FEBRUARY 5.30-7PM IN NO.66 OR WEDNESDAY 22ND MARCH 4-6PM IN STUDIO @ SU Please bring comfortable clothes, shoes, and hydration. A fan of K-pop? Love to dance or just interested in starting? Come to one of our dance sessions and learn choreographies as performed by both classic and rising K-pop. All ability levels are welcome.

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

DJ SOC - GIVE IT A SPIN

FRIDAY 24TH FEBRUARY OR TUESDAY 17TH MARCH 6-9PM

POUND FIT

THURSDAY 23RD FEBRUARY 4.30-5.30PM No.66. Bring water. Wear comfy clothing and shoes.

Fusion @ SU Ever fancied learning to DJ? Join DJSoc for a crash-course in all things mixing, with oneon-one tuition and a special appearance from Tuesday Club resident DJ, Andy H! You’ll be treated to a live showcase from Andy H, before hitting the decks yourselves to have a go at mixing and scratching on our industrystandard setups, including modern Pioneer CDJs and traditional Vinyl Turntables!

£4 £2 RESLIFE

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

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

ARGENTINE TANGO

SATURDAY 25TH FEBRUARY 11AM - 12PM No.66. Please wear comfy shoes. CUrITa Society will introduce the basic steps and moves of Tango to give you a taste of this elegant partner dance! You don’t need a partner or any previous experience. Come and join us in an energetic and welcoming dance class.

50P

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KIZOMBA

SATURDAY 25TH FEBRUARY 12-1PM No.66. Please wear comfy shoes. CUrITa Society will introduce the basic steps and moves of Kizomba to give you a taste of this partner dance of African origin! You don’t need a partner or any previous experience. Come and join us in an energetic and welcoming dance class.

50P

BACHATA

SATURDAY 25TH FEBRUARY 1- 2PM No.66. Please wear comfy shoes. CUrITa Society will introduce the basic steps and moves of Bachata to give you a taste of this dance! Everyone is welcome to join; you don’t need a partner or previous experience!

50P

ZUMBA, FITNESS AND TONING

MONDAY 13TH MARCH 6- 7.30PM

King Edwards VII high school sports entrance (past Hallamshire hospital and before the Rutland hotel). Please bring a water bottle and wear sports clothes and footwear. Ditch the workout and join the party! 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 and no skill is required so all abilities are welcome!

ANGKLUNG PLAYING

FRIDAY 31ST MARCH 3-4PM Fusion @ SU

Angklung is a traditional musical instrument originating from West Java, Indonesia. Each instrument has their own distinct note, requiring the players to coordinate (like in an orchestra!). No experience is needed! Come and try out this unique instrument, while enhancing your teamwork skills at the same time!

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LITTLE MIX DANCE CLASS

FRIDAY 17TH MARCH 4.30-5.45PM

Studio @ SU. Bring water. Wear comfy clothing and shoes. Want that Black Magic? Want to learn to Salute? Then come along to dance like Perrie, Leigh-Anne, Jade and Jessie in our brand new ‘Little Mix Dance Class.’

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

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MIND & BOD PILATES

TUESDAY 7TH FEBRUARY 6-7PM Studio @ SU. Please wear comfortable gym clothes and bring water. Designed for all abilities 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 when completed properly help to strengthen the mind and body.

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

ASHTANGA YOGA

TUESDAY 7TH FEBRUARY 7.15-8.15PM Studio @ SU. Please 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. This class is suitable for beginners (with no strength or flexibility required just enthusiasm!)

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Healthy Campus Week

Make sure you look for the ‘Green Apple’ Icon throughout the programme this term. This is to highlight Healthy Campus Week which runs from the 27th Feb - 3rd March. Healthy Campus Week is here to promote a healthy and balanced lifestyle at university, from sexual and mental health, to getting active. For more information please visit www.sheffieldsu.com/ healthycampus

LISHI TAI CHI- MOVING MEDITATION

Come and try out a meditative exercise system that improves fitness, well-being, confidence and, most importantly, relaxation! A wide variety of exercises (yoga, breathing, tai chi, qi gong, soft kung fu) teach you physical bodily principles as well as mental, emotional and spiritual principles: Alignment, core strength, suppleness, focus, positivity, feeling connected and going with the flow. An ancient Daoist system that is highly relevant in navigating through the fast paced modern world. For complete beginners!

£2

SATURDAY 11TH FEBRUARY 12.15 - 1.30PM Meet outside the SU. Don't eat in the 2-3 hours before the class and drink lots of water! Please wear suitable clothes and remember to bring water and a towel. Suitable for beginners. Join the Sheffield Yoga and Pilates Society on a trip to Hot Yoga Sheffield! This 60 minute class is carried out at 30-40 degrees Celsius and is designed to build strength, flexibility and a still mind as well as being a great way to get a soothing and long lasting relaxation.

£7.50 £5.50 RESLIFE

THURSDAY 9H FEBRUARY OR 16TH FEBRUARY 5.15-6.45PM Uni Central or Raynor Lounge @ SU

HOT YOGA

WOMCOM PRESENTS: YOGA INTRODUCTION

SATURDAY 11TH FEBRUARY 10-11AM No. 66

This event will be held by a member of Women's Committee who is a trained yoga teacher. It will be a relaxed and easy session to help you chill out and give your body some self care. Open to self defining women and those with a complex gender identity that contains woman.

50P

BODY LANGUAGE SESSION

MONDAY 13TH FEBRUARY 5-7PM Gallery Room 4 @ SU You’ll find out how to read the inner emotions and physical clues to the people around you, and learn the other 80% of language that goes on all around you. Use the techniques in this workshop to help you gain confidence when speaking, help you with what colours to wear, and have your inner thoughts revealed to you.

NUTRITION AND HEALTHY EATING WORKSHOP

MONDAY 13TH FEBRUARY 5-7PM Gallery Room 3 @ SU

What is a healthy diet? Want to learn how to improve yours? Come along to this workshop and find out more about dietary analysis. We’ll identify if you have any missing nutrients and discuss which foods are the best source of nutrition for you to help improve your eating patterns. We’ll also look at BMI (Body Mass Index) and how quickly blood sugar levels rise after eating particular types of food.

KUNDALINI YOGA

WEDNESDAY 15TH FEBRUARY 6-7PM Meet outside The Edge (Endcliffe) at 5.45pm or in Endcliffe Studio. Please wear suitable clothing and bring a bottle of water. Note; classes will be taken bare foot. Kundalini Yoga incorporates movement, the breath, meditation and chanting mantras in a dynamic blend of spiritual and physical yoga. Kundalini is more movement-based than some types of yoga and places focus on awareness and consciousness. This class is suitable for beginners (with no strength or flexibility requiredjust enthusiasm!)

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

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£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

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MINDED YOGA

WEDNESDAY 15TH FEBRUARY 7.15-8.15PM Meet outside The Edge (Endcliffe) at 7pm or in Endcliffe Studio. Please wear suitable clothing and bring a bottle of water. Note; classes will be taken bare foot. 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 This class is suitable for beginners (with no strength or flexibility required- just enthusiasm!)

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

SWEDISH BACK MASSAGE

AROMATHERAPY WORKSHOP

HOLISTIC FACE MASSAGE

REIKI WORKSHOP

THURSDAY 16TH FEBRUARY 6-8PM

MONDAY 20TH FEBRUARY 5-7PM

FRIDAY 24TH FEBRUARY 5-7PM

MONDAY 27TH FEBRUARY 5-7PM

Gallery Room 3 @ SU. Involves pair work. Bring a towel.

Gallery Room 4 @ SU

Gallery Room 3 @ SU

Gallery Room 4 @ SU

Aromatherapy uses plant materials and aromatic plant oils, including essential oils and other aroma compounds for the purpose of altering mood, cognitive, psychological or physical well-being. Come along to this session to learn how to use aromatic oils for to help you.

Learn techniques and theory to enable you to perform a rejuvenating holistic face massage. You will learn about facial analysis and massage techniques for cleansing, toning, moisturising and water drainage. Great for improving skin tone, reducing tension and bringing nourishment. You will practice massage and use pressure points to leave the face looking healthy and glowing. This workshop involves lots of practical pair work, so come along with a friend and pamper yourselves rotten with this relaxing facial treat!

Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It is administered by "laying on hands" and is based on the idea that an unseen "life force energy" flows through us and is what causes us to be alive. If one's "life force energy" is low, then we are more likely to get sick or feel stress, and if it is high, we are more capable of being happy and healthy. Come along to this workshop to learn more about Reiki and try it out for yourself; helping you to keep calm and focused.

Massage has been practiced in varying forms for centuries by the Eastern Asians and has long established histories. This two hour workshop will introduce you to a simple form of Swedish massage. You’ll learn techniques that will leave you totally relaxed and with a new-found talent for destressing family and friends. Please bring a bath towel with you. This workshop involves pair work.

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

DEEP TALK 5 WEEK COURSE

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

THURSDAYS FOR 5 WEEKS: 23RD FEBRUARY - 23RD MARCH 12-1PM Octagon Activity Room, L8. Deep Talk is a 5 week course: 5 sessions of 1 hour. It is important to come to attend all sessions. Jeremy Clines (Anglican chaplain) guides the group, via storytelling, to help you explore and think about your purpose and, to look at what is happening and any changes you want to see in your life. Deep Talk participants give very positive feedback: saying it: • “gave me new insights and perspectives”; • “helped me develop a greater awareness of my everyday life”; • “clears the mind [with] a lot of laughing and lively debate”.

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VINYASA YOGA

THURSDAY 2ND MARCH 6-7PM

Raynor Lounge @ SU. Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a bottle of water. Note classes will be taken bare foot. Vinyasa yoga combines movement with breath so that poses flow from one to the next. It can help build lean muscle and increase flexibility, as well as reduce stress and can even help you sleep better! Beginners welcomeno core strength or flexibility required!

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

INDIAN HEAD MASSAGE WORKSHOP

THURSDAY 2ND MARCH 6.30-8.30PM

Monsal Dale @ The Ridge Ranmoor

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This ancient therapy uses Ayurvedic healing techniques to reduce stress. Bringing body, mind and spirit in harmony by working on the head and chakras. In this session you will learn the theory and practical skills to carry out basic head, shoulder and face massage on yourself and on each other.

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

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TAROT CARD READING WORKSHOP

FRIDAY 3RD MARCH 5-7PM

Gallery Room 4 @ SU. Come with an open mind. Learn what tarot card reading is really all about in this two hour workshop. Dispel the myths, discover different types of cards and what tarot can be used for. Learn how to interpret the cards and gain an insight into the possible future. Many believe the tarot cards are guided by a spiritual force, so come along to these sessions and find out for yourself.

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

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PALMISTRY

MONDAY 13TH MARCH 5-7PM Gallery Room 4 @ SU. Come with an open mind. 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.

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS DO BASKETBALL!

Minded Yoga

SATURDAY 19TH MARCH 12-1.30PM

Meet outside Morrisons, Broomhill at 11.30am. Wear suitable clothes and footwear, and bring water!

EBRUARY F H T 5 1 WED 15-8.15PM 7.

Come along for a friendly session of basketball with MHM! We'll be learning the basics and having lots of fun in the meantime. No experience is necessary, everyone is welcome to join! All proceeds made will go to Sheffield Mind.

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OTHER FUN STUF

QUIDDITCH

INTRO TO MODEL UN

SUNDAY 5TH, 12TH OR 19TH FEBRUARY 2.30-5PM Meet outside the SU at 2pm. We recommend you wear warm comfortable sports clothes and bring a water bottle. It's likely to be muddy so if you have studs, bring them too. Join our facebook group, Sheffield Quidditch, for more information about training and socials. Quidditch is a new, fast growing, inclusive sport with something to offer everyone. All sporting abilities and previous experiences welcome, so if you want to try something new and get some exercise come down and join us!

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MARHABA NIGHT VOL. 2

TUESDAY 7TH OR THURSDAY 9TH FEBRUARY 6-7.30PM Council Chambers @ Octagon or F41 Hicks. Interested in world politics? Fan of International Relations? Or simply love debating? Come along to the intro session of the Sheffield Model United Nations Society’s event to get a taste of debating Model UN style! The event will be an introduction to what the society does, what UN and Model UN are and then we will go on to have a simulation of a Model UN conference. You will have the opportunity to pick a UN member country you want to represent and then debate on issues of global importance. No previous experience necessary!

MEDIEVAL SWORD FIGHTING

VALENTINE'S DAY LGBT+ SPEED DATING & MEETING

WEDNESDAY 8TH FEBRUARY 6-9PM

THURSDAY 9TH FEBRUARY 6.30-9.30PM

Coffee Revolution and Activities Zone @ SU. Members should ask a committee member for a £1 discount at the event itself.

Bar One @ SU. Nightline are running the event and it's open to anyone, whatever their gender or sexuality, who is looking to platonically or romantically meet people.

Introducing PART 2! Marhaba Night is back again and even better! We welcome you all back to one of our most successful events last semester. Come along to enjoy a fabulous night in store with many social activities the ArabSoc team have prepared for you! Our cultural middle eastern food will also be served to make the mood perfect for you. Be quick and buy your tickets!

Looking for a fun way to meet people this Valentine’s Day? Interested in romantic speed dates or platonic speed matches with a range of interesting people? Nightline have organised a lovely evening where you can chat with fellow students in a relaxed and comfortable environment. This great opportunity is open to people of all genders and sexualities, and neither will determine who you meet throughout the evening. Enjoy quick chats with potential friends and Valentines, and take the opportunity for a more casual conversation during the drinks break. Make friends, find love, and have a wonderful evening! All money goes towards Nightline, a confidential listening and information service open from 8pm-8am during term-time.

FRIDAY 10TH, 24TH FEBRUARY, 10TH OR 24TH MARCH 6.15-10PM

WEDNESDAY 8TH FEBRUARY 6.30-9.30PM

Bar One @SU. Nightline are running the event, and it's for anyone (straight or bisexual) looking to meet people of the opposite gender. Looking for a fun way to meet people this Valentine’s Day? Nightline have organised a lovely evening where you can chat to fellow singles in a relaxed and comfortable environment. Whether you’re straight or bisexual, this is a great opportunity to meet people of the opposite gender. Enjoy quick chats with potential Valentines, and take the opportunity for a more casual conversation during the drinks break. Make friends, find love, and have a wonderful evening! All money goes towards Nightline, a confidential listening and information service open from 8pm-8am during term-time.

£3 £1 RESLIFE

Come along and try sword and spear fighting, making medieval clothing or just learning about history. Everyone is welcome.

£3 £1 RESLIFE

FARFASHA NIGHT

HOW TO RUN A CINEMA

VALENTINES SPEED DATING

No.66. Wear sensible clothes and sturdy shoes. Give it a Go Membership deal- Membership only a pound if bought on the day.

£3 £1 RESLIFE

£4 £2 RESLIFE

£1

SUNDAY 12TH FEBRUARY 1-5PM

Nelson Mandela Auditorium. The price includes the ticket to see the film. 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!

£2.50 50P RESLIFE

ICE SKATING

SATURDAY 11TH FEBRUARY 7-10PM Meet at the IC Tram Stop. Bring water, thick socks, and gloves! Requires payment on the door at Ice Sheffield (£7.80 plus skate hire £1.75). Bring money for tram fare. Come join the Ice Skating Society's first Give it a Go session, over at iceSheffield. Casual skating for anyone and everyone!

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FREE

SUNDAY 12TH, 19TH, 26TH FEBRUARY, 5TH OR 12TH MARCH 5-7PM Meet at Corporation Club Main Entrance. Members should ask for a 50p refund from one of the committee members at the event. Join us for our weekly chilled but fun (farfasha) night with the Arab society. If you enjoy/ miss or want to learn more about Arabian card games then come along. PS4 fifa tournament is to be run during the event as well. You will be provided with free refreshments and unlimited amount of arabian drinks (mint tea, coffee, etc)

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VALENTINE'S DAY SPECIAL SHEFFIELD GHOST WALK

CAKE AND CAMPAIGNING

THURSDAY 16TH FEBRUARY 3-7PM

WEDNESDAY 22ND FEBRUARY 6-9PM

TUESDAY 14TH FEBRUARY 7.30-9.30PM

Council Chambers @ Octagon

Meet on the Town Hall Steps. Wear warm clothing and comfy shoes. Bring an umbrella in case it rains.

Our Give it a Go event will be split between skills based improvements and having fun, whilst raising awareness of key educational issues. Skills based improvement will primarily consist of improving people’s campaigning skills, crafting posters, banners and giving debating tips. Food will also be a huge part of this event! There will be plenty of cakes and cookies, which can be decorated as part of raising awareness for educational inequality and will give you something to take home! By the end of this event, you'll have a full belly, and be able to take improved skills and food home with you!

Meet in front of the SU at 5.30pm. Members should ask the committee members for £1 refund at the event.

Fancy an alternative way to spend Valentine's day? Let us entertain you and your date with our Valentine's Special Ghost Walk. 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... from scandals and murders to some very bizarre occurrences! Yikes! (Valentine date not required, come on your own, with a date or a group of mates you'll still have an amazing night)

£4.50 £2.50 RESLIFE

FIRST AID TASTER SESSION

Gallery Room 4 @ SU. No experience necessary. Lifesaving is a multidisciplinary sport designed to develop speed, teamwork, and skills like first aid and pool rescue. In this class, we'll be teaching some basic first aid.

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FREE

BME TAKE THE LEAD

FREE

After a quite successful shisha night last semester, ArabSoc are happy to introduce Shisha and quiz night! Yes! Not one, but two nights combined! Join us at the wonderful TBR (The Bull’s Rage) to enjoy a night of Middle Eastern mood and test out your knowledge in our custom-made quiz. YOU might be our lucky winner, with a prize awaiting! Certainly a night to look forward to, we encourage you all to buy your tickets ASAP!

£1

CHOCOLATE LOCK IN

WEDNESDAY 1ST MARCH 5.30-9PM

Meet outside the SU. Ticket includes entry to Cocoa Wonderland, unlimited treats and drinks, and a GIAG guide.

SATURDAY 18TH FEBRUARY 9.30AM - 1.30PM Discovery Rooms @ SU

WEDNESDAY 15TH FEBRUARY 2-4PM

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SHISHA AND QUIZ NIGHT

A leadership conference for black and minority ethnic students, exploring how you can become an effective leader. The term 'BME' represents students of African, Middle-Eastern, Asian, Afro-Caribbean, Indigenous American and Indigenous South Pacific Islander descent. This event counts towards your HEAR. Light refreshments provided.

£1

Join us for an evening of indulgence as we take you to a Chocolate Lock In at Cocoa Wonderland. The evening includes unlimited tea, coffee, cordials; a hot chocolate with all the trimmings; brownies, sweets and chocolates! And what you can't finish, you can take home in a party bag! We will also have a chocolate quiz so you can learn about the art of chocolate as you eat it.

£20 £18 RESLIFE

CASANOVA - A BALLET BY KENNETH TINDALL TUESDAY 28TH MARCH 7.45-10PM

Meet at the Lyceum Theatre. GIAG recommends you arrive at 7.30pm. ‘Be the flame, not the moth’ Throw caution to the wind. Be led into temptation. Unmask Casanova with Northern Ballet. Consumed by his desires, Casanova lived every minute in a whirlwind of scandal and excess. But there’s more to the man. This original ballet will expose a story so sensational you won’t believe it’s real. This spinetingling spectacle of 18th century decadence will flood your senses and take your breath away.

HISTORICAL CRIME AND MURDER TOUR

TUESDAY 14TH MARCH 7.30-9.30PM

Meet in front of Sheffield Cathedral. Wrap up warm and bring an umbrella in case it rains. 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. Learn about the hardships and deeds that took place in the back alleys and courtyards of Sheffield, the murders, riots, prostitution, petty theft and racketeering.

£4.50 £2.50 RESLIFE

PADLEY GORGE WALK

£12 £10 RESLIFE

SATURDAY 25TH MARCH 10.40AM - 3PM

Meet at the SU Main Entrance. Please bring your Ucard. Wear warm, waterproof clothing and sturdy shoes. All transport costs are included in the ticket price. Join SUBS as we head for a leisurely stroll along Padley Gorge. Hopefully we will catch a glimpse of some great birds like Dippers, Blackcaps and Grey Wagtails. We will be meeting outside the main entrance of the SU at 10:40am. We will then take a train to Grindleford and walk through Padley Gorge; ending at The Fox House pub. We plan to eat lunch at the pub before taking the bus back to Sheffield. We will be arriving back to Ecclesall road at 3pm. Costs for the bus and the train are included in the ticket price of £6. If you would like to buy food and drink at the pub please bring money with you. Please also bring your Ucard for the bus. The weather may be cold so please bring warm waterproof clothing and wear sturdy shoes. If you would like to borrow binoculars please email subs@sheffield.ac.uk by the evening of Wednesday 22nd March.

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KILLS & TRAININ 34

THE COOKERY SCHOOL

FIRST AID SKILLS

4.45-7PM

Uni Central @ 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! In each class, you will be given a recipe and shown how to make a delicious dish before having a go yourself. All equipment and ingredients will be provided; you will be able to make about 4 portions from your ingredients meaning you will have enough to either freeze or, if you’re feeling really generous, share with your housemates! The classes will be as follows:

WEDNESDAY 8TH FEBRUARY One Pot Moroccan Chicken

WEDNESDAY 15TH FEBRUARY

WEDNESDAY 22ND FEBRUARY WEDNESDAY 1ST MARCH

Cottage Garden Pie with Rosti

TUESDAY 7TH FEBRUARY 6-8PM

Knife Skills and plating presentation skills (learn all the tricks to plating amazing looking food)

TUESDAY 21ST FEBRUARY 6-8.30PM

Barista Training – An introduction to coffee making using barista machines

TUESDAY 28TH FEBRUARY 6-8.30PM

All things saucy - Learn how to make a variety of sauces.

TUESDAY 7TH MARCH 6-8.30PM

An Introduction to Vegan cooking and use of Aquafaba.

TUESDAY 14TH MARCH 6-8.30PM Learn how to make a roast dinner

TUESDAY 21ST MARCH 6-8.30PM

FREE

1:45-4PM

WEDNESDAY 8TH MARCH

All events are interactive sessions hosted by the INOX team. You will have 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.

At Sheffield LINKS we are a society that teach students first aid skills. This session is a taster of the first aid knowledge we provide and our fun and interactive sessions, which occur every Monday in the Hicks Building LT4, covering basic first aid skills.

ONE POT COOKING

Sticky Toffee Pudding

Double Chocolate Chip Cookies

Dovedale, Ridge Ranmoor

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Lentil and Spinach Balti with Pilau Rice

INTERACTIVE CULINARY SESSIONS

SATURDAY 11TH FEBRUARY 1-3PM

Edge Cafe @ Endcliffe

£4 £2 RESLIFE

Give it a Go has teamed up with some of our best chefs across the University to bring you a brand new cooking class experience with our ‘One Pot Cooking.’ In each class, you will be given a recipe and shown how to make a delicious dish before having a go yourself. All equipment and ingredients will be provided. One Pot Cooking is a great class if you want to know how to make an easy, no hassle dish!

SATURDAY 11TH FEBRUARY

Salmon, Peppers and Prawns in Creamy Tomato and Pesto Sauce

SATURDAY 4TH MARCH

An introduction to gluten free cooking

TUESDAY 28TH MARCH 6-8.30PM

Cocktail Making – How to make two classic cocktails

£7.50 £5.50 RESLIFE

Lamb Meatballs with Jewelled Cous Cous

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FINANCIAL TRADING FOR BEGINNERS!

WEDNESDAY 15TH FEBRUARY 3.30-5PM Room G25, Hicks Building Ever wondered how hedge funds, investment banks and financial institutions make money by trading stocks, currencies or commodities? Then this is your chance to learn the basics of financial markets in an open and friendly environment! We will help you set up demo-trading accounts using virtual money, teach you some basics of trading and explain some guiding principles to generate consistent profits. Looking forward to seeing you there!

FILMING, PRESENTING AND EDITING WORKSHOP

£1

FRIDAY 17TH FEBRUARY 2-4.30PM

View Room 4 @ SU. All equipment will be provided but please feel free to bring any you do have along. We will begin in the Union but the edit workshop will take place in the Diamond. Are you an aspiring David Attenborough or Tim Burton, or maybe just interested in film and TV? Then come along to Forge TV's filming workshop to learn more. The session will begin with story-boarding and planning, then shooting of footage followed by an edit session and de-briefing.

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FREE

ADVANCED SOLIDWORKS CAD MODELLING 5 WEEK COURSE

MONDAYS FOR 5 WEEKS: 20TH FEBRUARY - 20TH MARCH 6-8PM Diamond Computer Room 4. All participants should have a good foundation skill in Solidworks, this course is not for beginners. Being confident in using Solidworks after having the basic lessons in your course? Want to know more about it? In this course, we teach students professional skills of using Solidworks in a more advanced, technical way, for example, drawing complex 3D models by different methods, making animations and creating 2D engineering drawings. In addition, we will tell you some industrial format and requirements in the drawing, to prepare you on your way to be a professional CAD technician. In the end of the course, you will be able to complete a whole assembly of a racing car model. Having taken this course, you will be proficient in Solidworks and able to make aesthetic and practical designs.

£25 £23 RESLIFE

SOLIDWORKS BEGINNERS 5 WEEK COURSE

ANSYS ESSENTIALS 5 WEEK COURSE

WEDNESDAY FOR 5 WEEKS: 22ND FEBRUARY - 22ND MARCH 6-8PM

THURSDAYS FOR 5 WEEKS: 23RD FEBRUARY - 23RD MARCH 6-8PM

Diamond Computer Room 2

Diamond Computer Room 4

Want to learn Solidworks but don’t know how to start? Want to make a 3D CAD model for your group project? In this course you will learn the interface and basic methods of sketching, dimensioning and constraining sketches in Solidworks, a very useful CAD tool for 3D models. You will learn how to convert 2D into 3D, working with different techniques such as Extrusion, Revolving and Sweeps. Modelling parts form engineering drawings; you will learn how to read engineering drawings going from easy to more complex. Towards the end of the course you will be able to model a component and test its capabilities using CAD. This is an excellent course for those doing engineering, or interested in 3D modelling and 3D printing.

Do you want to simulate and study the effect of force applying on objects, like a person sitting on a chair and study the stress concentration in the chair? If yes, take this course and learn how to do simulation in real world physics. Ansys is a popular engineering simulation software in many different industries to simulate real world physics such train crashes, airflow dynamics of a car and thermal expansion of fluids in engines. In this course, you will learn how to model different structural components, work on Finite Element Analysis (FEA) method to study the force and moments applying on complex structure. Also, you will also learn to use Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to simulate flow behaviour in pipes and thermal analysis of them in order to understand the physical mechanics behind them. This simulation software is definitely helpful for engineering students, especially mechanical, civil structuring and aerospace engineering, for understanding the modules and projects.

£25 £23 RESLIFE

MATLAB ESSENTIALS 5 WEEK COURSE

PHOTOSHOP ESSENTIALS 6HR COURSE

Diamond Computer Room 2

Diamond Computer Room 4

Matrix Laboratory (MATLAB) is a technical programming software used in Engineering, Finance, Architecture and many other industries due to its ability to sort and filter data, calculate new variables and plotting 2D and 3D diagrams. This course will teach you over 5 weeks the fundamentals of MATLAB scripting to enable powerful data manipulation easily.

All content in this course is DIFFERENT from the ‘Poster Designing Course’ When you open Photoshop for the first time, it's easy to click around in confusion for a minute. Trust us, you will be able to edit your picture, adding stars, change colour like a pro after this. We will teach you the basic concepts and get you using of all the tools.

FRIDAYS FOR 5 WEEKS: 24TH FEBRUARY - 24TH MARCH 6-8PM

£25 £23 RESLIFE

FRIDAY 24TH FEBRUARY, 3RD AND 10TH MARCH 6-8PM

£15 £13 RESLIFE

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INTRODUCTION TO AUTOCAD

SATURDAY 25TH AND 4TH MARCH 11AM - 2PM

Diamond Computer Room 4. There will be a short break during the course. Feeling clumsy with Paint or Microsoft Word to draw diagrams? If yes, it is the time to join our 6-hour course and learn the basics of creating eye-catching drawings. AutoCAD is one of the most popular design softwares being used in the engineering and construction industries. This course provides students with a basic knowledge of AutoCAD's interface, menu options, toolbars and operational commands, including some tips and useful shortcuts. Having taken this course, you will acquire all the skills required to create your own designs and drawings. This is an excellent course for those doing engineering, or interested in learning 2D professional engineering drawings.

£15 £13 RESLIFE

24HR FILMMAKING CHALLENGE

FRIDAY 3RD AND SATURDAY 4TH MARCH 7PM - 7PM Gallery Room 4 @ SU. 24hr of filmming not required, you have a day to make our film over a 24hr period. Ever wanted to make a film? Then join us as we throw caution to the wind, along with the weeks of planning that usually accompanies a film shoot, to create an original 5-minute film, completely from scratch, in just 24 hours! All equipment is provided and each group will be supported by our knowledgeable committee members, so no experience is necessary. Come along to learn more about the filmmaking process and have a great time!

£3 £1 RESLIFE

EMERGENCY FIRST AID COURSE

SATURDAY 4TH MARCH 10AM - 4.30PM

High Tor 3, Edge Endcliffe. Wear trainers and loose comfy clothing.

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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. This course is taught by professionals from Emergency Response Training Ltd, and could help you save somebody’s life!

£40 £38 RESLIFE

POSTER DESIGN 4HR SESSION SATURDAY 11TH MARCH 2-6PM

Diamond Computer Room 4 All content in this course is DIFFERENT from the essential course. This section is focused on poster, and text effect. Layers concept and filter effects are covered. You will be able to produce a fancy promotion leaflet in just 6 hours. Photoshop is a universal tool used by commercial company's, and doing this course will help take you a step ahead in this career.

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LANGUAGE

FRENCH 5 WEEK BEGINNER LANGUAGE COURSE

SPANISH 5 WEEK INTRO TO BEGINNER BAHASA LANGUAGE INDONESIA COURSE SATURDAY 11TH FEBRUARY

THURSDAYS FOR 5 WEEKS: 9TH FEBRUARY - 9TH MARCH 4.30-6.30PM

THURSDAYS FOR 5 WEEKS: 9TH FEBRUARY - 9TH MARCH 7.15-9.15PM

FRIDAYS FOR 5 WEEKS: 17TH FEBRUARY - 17TH MARCH 6.308.30PM

Gallery Room 4 @ SU. Email giveitago@sheffield.ac.uk to pre register. A certificate will be given for full attendance.

Gallery Room 4 @ SU or

Monsal Dale @ Ranmoor

Email giveitago@sheffield. ac.uk to pre register. A certificate will be given for full attendance. Bonjour! Join us as we learn French in a five-week beginners’ course. French is the second-most widespread language worldwide after English, as only these two languages are spoken on all 5 continents! This course is aimed at students who have no knowledge of the French language but wish to learn the basics of reading, writing, listening and speaking.

£22 £20 RESLIFE

This is a 5 week beginners' Spanish language 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 RESLIFE

SIGN LANGUAGE ARABIC 5 WEEK LESSONS BEGINNER MONDAYS: 20TH, 27TH FEBRUARY, 6TH, 13TH AND 20TH COURSE MARCH

2-3PM

View Room 6 @ SU. Members should ask a committee member for a £1 discount at the event itself. Bahasa Indonesia is one of the most spoken languages in the world with around 200 million speakers. While influenced from a diverse variety of cultures and languages ranging from Malay, Arabic, Chinese to Dutch, the language has a surprisingly simple spelling and a flexible grammar. Join us and learn the basics of Bahasa Indonesia!

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TUESDAYS FOR 5 WEEKS: 14TH FEBRUARY - 14TH MARCH 5.15-7.15PM

Raynor Lounge @ SU. Email giveitago@sheffield.ac.uk to pre register. A certificate will be given for full attendance. This is a five week beginners’ course aimed at students who wish to learn the basics of British Sign Language. Suitable for absolute beginners, you will learn: salutations, finger spelling, and basic dialogue, and learn about the deaf culture.

£22 £20 RESLIFE

INTRODUCTION TO THE CATALAN LANGUAGE

6-8PM

Meet outside Richard Roberts Building at 5:55pm. Richard Roberts A85. This is a society led session. Are you interested in learning a new language? What about a language spoken by 420 million and has been in usage for around 1500 years. The Arab society is proud to announce that we are running five Arabic lessons for people with no exposure for Arabic whatsoever. We are giving you a head start in using Arabic where you can continue independently to learn more.

TURKISH LANGUAGE LESSONS

THURSDAY 9TH AND 16TH MARCH 6-8PM Gallery Room 3 @ SU. This is a society led session. In this two week course you can learn basic Turkish language structure. We will go over fundamental language information when you go to Turkey i.e. numbers, greetings, pronunciations, questions and sentence structure, and vocabulary.

£6 £4 RESLIFE

£3 £1 RESLIFE EACH OR £12 FOR ALL 5 WEEKS

FRIDAY 17TH FEBRUARY 5-7PM

Gallery Room 4 @ SU. Run by a Catalonia tutor. Come along to our special Introduction to the Catalan Language session! In two hours you will be taught basics in the alphabet, numbers, nouns, adjectives and verbs and be able to introduce yourself, say where you are from, where you live and what you study.

£3.50 £1.50 RESLIFE

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WEEKEND GERMAN LANGUAGE COURSE

SAT 11TH AND SUN 12TH MARCH 10AM - 5PM

High Tor 3 @ Endcliffe. Email giveitago@ sheffield.ac.uk to pre register. A certificate will be given for full attendance. Our weekend intensive German course is aimed at students who have no knowledge of the German language but wish to learn the basics of reading, writing, listening and speaking. German is now one of the most popular languages spoken across Europe, so this course is perfect if you’re planning to travel study or work in Europe. You’ll be able to order a bratwurst in no time!

£22 £20 RESLIFE

INTENSIVE ITALIAN 3 DAY LANGUAGE COURSE

TUES 4TH, WED 5TH AND THURS 6TH APRIL 12 - 5PM

Gallery Room 4 @ SU. Email giveitago@ sheffield.ac.uk to pre register. A certificate will be given for full attendance. Ciao! You are invited to learn Italian in our intensive three day beginner’s course. You will learn how to speak, read and write the basics of Italian and find out about this influencing language and culture. This course is longer than our normal courses so will go into more detail beyond our beginner 5 week courses; great to scrub up on your Italian for a vacation or study abroad scheme.

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DAY TRIP

If you have a Residence Life card, you can get £5 off all of our Day Trips! For our 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!* In the event of snow or other adverse weather conditions, please meet at the pickup point specified on your ticket at the time allocated. A decision will be made on the day by the coach company. If a trip is cancelled due to adverse weather conditions a full refund will be given on the next working day. *maximum offer for up to 2 adults and 3 children

HARROGATE DAY TRIP

SAT 11TH FEBRUARY 8AM - 5.30PM

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One or Oakholme Road. Coach departs Harrogate at 5.30pm. Travel time is approx. 1.5 hours. Harrogate is a beautiful spa town in the heart of North Yorkshire. In the 18th century, the town became known as “The English Spa”, after the waters were discovered to contain healing properties such as iron and sulphur. Today there are many stunning and unusual sights to see, with many historic buildings, impressive architecture, as well as the natural springs. Learn more about the town’s history at one of the local museums or galleries. Make sure you stop for tea and cake at the world famous Betty’s Tearooms – a quintessentially English experience.

CADBURY WORLD AND BIRMINGHAM

SUN 12TH FEBRUARY 8.30AM - 5PM

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One. Coach departs Birmingham at 5pm. Travel time is approx. 1.5 hours. Ticket includes return travel and entry to Cadbury World. You will have free time in Birmingham. Uncover a world of chocolate delights and enjoy a fascinating, fun-packed day out at Cadbury World! You’ll discover the history, the making and the magic of Cadbury confectionery and experience the sights, smells and tastes of the place where chocolate really comes to life. After our tour, we board the coach again and get dropped off in Birmingham city centre. From museums, attractions, shopping centres and restaurants, there is something for everyone in Birmingham.

£33 £28 RESLIFE FAMILY OF 3: £96, OF 4: £126, OF 5: £156, SINGLE CHILD TICKET £31

CAMBRIDGE DAY TRIP

WARWICK CASTLE

SAT 18TH FEBRUARY 8AM - 5.30PM

SUN 19TH FEBRUARY 8AM - 5PM

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One or Oakholme Road. Coach departs Cambridge at 5.30pm. Ticket includes return travel. You will have free time in Cambridge. Travel time is approx. 2.5 hours.

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One. Coach departs Warwick Castle at 5pm. Ticket includes return travel and entry to Warwick Castle. Travel time is approx. 2 hours.

The picturesque city of 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, a very popular Cambridge activity and a great way to see the sights. 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 the County Folk Museum.

Warwick Castle is regarded as Britain's ultimate castle and will surround you with jaw dropping history, myths and adventure! On this trip, you can experience more than 1,100 years of jawdropping history! Dazzling shows and attractions, heaps of gruesome history and awesome birds of prey. All set in 64 acres of beautiful grounds and gardens make Warwick Castle a fun, action packed and unforgettable day out for everyone!

£30 £25 RESLIFE

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

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LIVERPOOL

SAT 25TH FEBRUARY 8AM - 5.30PM

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One or Oakholme Road. Coach departs Liverpool at 5.30pm. Ticket includes return travel. You will have free time in Liverpool. Travel time is approx. 2.5 hours. 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. Back in the city centre; look out for more Beatles landmarks like the Cavern Club and a variety of other galleries and museums. Or else just shop till you drop in the impressive Liverpool ONE and the city centre.

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

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MANCHESTER UNITED STADIUM TOUR

SUN 26TH FEBRUARY 8AM - 5PM

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One. Coach departs Manchester at 5pm. Ticket includes return travel and a tour of Manchester United Football Club. You will have free time in Manchester after the tour. Travel time is approx. 1.5 hours. Come with us as we take a look behind the scenes at Old Trafford, the famous home of the mighty Manchester United Football Club. Follow in the steps of some of Man U’s greatest legends such as David Beckham, Bobby Charlton and Ronaldo on this guided tour, which includes a walk through the player’s tunnel and a visit to the dressing room. You can also explore the fascinating museum and trophy room. The rest of the afternoon will be spent in Manchester itself. Manchester is a haven for shoppers and has fantastic museums and art galleries.

£34 £29 RESLIFE

OXFORD

SAT 4TH MARCH 8AM - 5.30PM

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One or Oakholme Road. Coach departs Oxford at 5.30pm. You will have free time in Oxford. Travel time is approx. 3 hours. Come with us as we uncover the hidden treasures that Oxford has to offer. 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 with their pinnacle towers and soaring spires, museums and galleries, to quiet parks, boat trips and lively cafes. Climb to the top of Oxford Tower and take in the breath-taking views that inspired writers such as J.R.R Tolkein, or enjoy a peaceful punting ride down the river.

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

SHAKESPEARE’S HOUSES

SUN 5TH MARCH 8AM - 5PM

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One. Coach departs StratfordUpon-Avon at 5pm. Ticket includes return travel and entry to three houses. You will have free time in StratfordUpon-Avon after the houses. Travel time is approx. 2 hours. This trip will take you to visit three of Shakespeare’s houses. First stop is Anne Hathaway’s Cottage; here you will discover where the young William Shakespeare courted his future bride, Anne, at her picturesque family home. We then visit Shakespeare’s birthplace where you will gain access to see where Shakespeare grew up, played and spent his first five years of married life with Anne. Our final stop is Hall’s Croft, the elegant home of Susanna Shakespeare (Shakespeare’s daughter) and her husband, Dr John Hall. You’ll then have free time to explore the picturesque town of StratfordUpon-Avon, which is rich in culture and history.

£35 £30 RESLIFE

CHESTER

SAT 11TH MARCH 8AM - 5.30PM

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One. Coach departs Chester at 5.30pm. You will have free time in Chester. Travel time is approx. 1.5 hours. Chester’s beauty and unique atmosphere make it one of Britain’s most popular places to visit. Chester has the most complete city walls, the oldest racecourse, and largest Roman Amphitheatre in Britain, plus a 1,000 year old cathedral, 700 year old unique shopping rows, and Chester Zoo. Explore the city aboard open top or heritage buses, take a guided walking tour of the city or enjoy a leisurely sail up the river on one of Chester’s pleasure cruises.

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

ANGEL OF THE NORTH AND NEWCASTLE

SUN 12TH MARCH 8AM - 5PM

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One or Oakholme Road. Coach departs Newcastle at 5pm. Ticket includes return travel and a stop at the Angel of the North. You will have free time in Newcastle. Travel time is approx. 1.5 hours. Newcastle, the largest city in the northeast, is famous for the River Tyne which was at the heart of the shipbuilding industry. With so many different areas each offering new sights, sounds and experiences, you’ll be amazed at how much is on offer whatever your tastes. World-class culture, awardwinning dining, inspiring heritage, fantastic shopping and acclaimed architecture are linked here, as nowhere else, by the famous Geordie spirit. On our way to Newcastle we will make a stop to see the magnificent ‘Angel of the North,’ which is a contemporary art sculpture made from steel standing 20 meters tall.

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

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HARRY POTTER STUDIOS TOUR

SUN 19TH MARCH 8AM - 5PM

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One or Oakholme Road. Coach departs the Studios at 5pm. Ticket includes return travel and entry to the Studios, Shop and Backlot. Travel time is approx 2 hours. 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 breath-taking special effects. Step inside the Great Hall, walk along Diagon Alley, board the Knight Bus, enjoy a Butterbeer, push your trolley into Platform 9 ¾ and be blown away on a magical broom ride around Hogwarts and capture the memories in a photograph. The studio shop has a wide range of Harry Potter goodies, including authentic Hogwarts Jumpers that are made by the same company who created them for the cast. Now a part of British heritage, don’t miss your chance to join us on this fantastic and hugely popular trip!

£55 £50 RESLIFE FAMILY TICKETS ARE ON SALE, BUT DUE TO THE HIGH COST OF THE TRIP NO CHILD DISCOUNT IS AVAILABLE (NORMALLY £2).

BATH

SAT 18TH MARCH 7.30AM - 5PM Glossop Road entrance to Bar One or Oakholme Road . Coach departs Bath at 5pm. Ticket includes return travel. You will have free time in Bath. Travel time is approx. 3.5 hours. Bath is a town set in the rolling countryside of southwest England, most famously known for its natural hot springs and 18th-century Georgian architecture. Many of the buildings are made with Bath Stone, including Bath Abbey which is noted for its fan-vaulting tower and large stained glass windows. Bath is best explored on foot with many main attractions within a short walk of each other. Today, why not visit the Royal Crescent and take in the magnificent Circus on the way; on the way back to the centre head to Pulteney Bridge and take in the dramatic views. Or why not spend an hour exploring the remains of the greatest spas of the antigenic world; The Roman Baths. There are plenty of shops and museums to explore too.

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ROBIN HOODS BAY AND WHITBY

SAT 25TH MARCH 8AM - 5.30PM

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One. Coach departs Whitby at 5.30pm. Ticket includes return travel and stop in Robin Hoods Bay and Whitby. You will have free time in each destination. Travel time is approx. 2.5 hours. Our first stop on this Yorkshire Coast trip is to Robin Hoods Bay. The bay is a small fishing village located within the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. Millions of years ago, the land upon which Robin Hood’s Bay is situated was once a deep sea. The sea animals of the time, buried in the mud, became fossilised, providing one of the best sources in Britain for the fossil hunter! Many of which are on display in the town's Museum. Our next top is Whitby, which is a seaside town full of history and myths including the famous Whitby Abbey. An array of unique shops can be found along the cobbled streets, offering local crafts, famous Whitby Jet jewellery, maritime memorabilia and antiques. 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.

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YORKSHIRE LAVENDER FIELDS AND YORK

SAT 1ST APRIL 8.30AM - 6PM

EASTER VACATION

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One. Coach departs York at 6pm. Ticket includes return travel, entry to Yorkshire Lavender with complimentary tea/coffee and lavender shortbiscuit, tour of Yorkshire Lavender and free time in York. Travel time is approx. 1.5 hours. We start our day visiting The Yorkshire Lavender Fields. Over 60 acres of outstanding natural beauty are set in the Howardian Hulls which look over the Vale of York. Our visit includes a tour of the Lavender fields, tea/coffee and lavender biscuits and you will get free time in the plant nursery and gift shop. We then head to the city of York. 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.

£20 £15 RESLIFE FAMILY OF 3: £57, OF 4: £74, OF 5: £91, SINGLE CHILD TICKET

HADRIAN'S WALL AND CARLISLE

SUN 2ND APRIL 7.30AM - 5PM

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One. Coach departs Carlisle at 5pm. Ticket includes return travel and entry to Housesteads Roman Fort. You will have free time in Carlisle after Hadrian’s Wall. Travel time is approx. 3 hours. Please wear walking boots/shoes and bring waterproof clothing; there is a 10-minute gradient walk from the Car Park to the wall. Hadrian’s Wall is the most popular tourist attraction in Northern England and is listed as a World Heritage site. The wall was built in 122 AD by the Roman Emperor Hadrian as a form of defence from other invading countries. The wall once stretched across the whole of Northern England from East to West, just over 117km and included military forts and signal towers which symbolised Roman power in both Britain and Rome. Today, only parts of the wall still remain and on this trip we will be visiting Housesteads Roman Fort which is the best preserved part of the wall. The afternoon will be spent in the nearby town of Carlisle which too was a Roman settlement. Here you will have free time to explore. You could check out the Citadel tower, the city's’ cathedral or wander around the shops.

EASTER VACATION

RENISHAW GARDENS

WED 5TH APRIL 10AM - 3PM

EASTER VACATION

Glossop Road entrance to Bar One. Coach departs Renishaw at 3pm. Ticket includes return travel and entry to Renishaw Hall Gardens. You will have free time to explore the gardens, cafe and shop Travel time is approx. 1.5 hours. Renishaw Hall is a country house on the border of Sheffield and Derbyshire. The Hall is a Grade 1 listed building, over 400 years old and a truly beautiful place to visit. Today we get access to the House's Italianate gardens. The stunning Italianate gardens were laid out in the late 19th Century by Sir George Sitwell. He was the brilliantly eccentric great-grandfather of the current owner Alexandra Sitwell. Walk around the formal garden enjoying the lawns and borders. Take a stroll down the lime avenue to see “The Angel of Fame”. Relax on one of the benches taking time to take in the beauty and tranquility of the gardens. Venture further afield through the woodland and down to the lakes. Make use of the map to see “the classical temple” and other areas of interest on the way. The lakes are a haven for wildlife, look out for butterflies, dragonflies, and birds. Throughout the season there are many garden highlights such as bluebells, delphiniums, camellias and roses. There is a café for you to buy your lunch from and a gift shop to look around.

£20 £15 RESLIFE FAMILY OF 3: £57, OF 4: £74, OF 5: £91, SINGLE CHILD TICKET £18

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RIVER DON CHAMPION

ANIMAL DAY WITH RSPCA

GREENING UP SHEFFIELD

BUILDING A FOREST SCHOOL

SATURDAY 11TH FEBRUARY, 9:30AM – 1:30PM

WEDNESDAY 22ND FEBRUARY, 8.30AM – 4.20PM OR WEDNESDAY 22ND MARCH, 8.30AM – 4.20PM

WEDNESDAY 8TH MARCH, 9:30AM – 3PM

SATURDAY 18TH MARCH, 10:30AM–5:30PM

Help out The River Stewardship Company with practical conservation tasks on Sheffield’s waterways. Volunteers will be involved in outdoor work improving our city’s river corridors by assisting with footpath maintenance, vegetation management, debris removal and more.

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 52

ORCHARD PLANTING AT HIGH HAZELS PARK TUESDAY 14TH FEBRUARY, 9AM – 2:45PM Friends of High Hazels are a volunteer-led conservation group that care for High Hazels Park. Volunteers are needed to assist this group in maintaining the ornamental orchard by cutting back weeds and clearing brambles. This is to encourage native birds to return to the region for their nesting season.

REFUGEE CONVERSATION CLUB FRIDAY 17TH FEBRUARY, 12:30PM – 4:30PM Spend an afternoon meeting new people at this friendly conversation club. Chat to refugees and asylum seekers who are looking to improve their English and learn a bit more about British culture. This is an amazing opportunity to get to know people from across the world.

Spend the day with Sheffield RSPCA looking after cats and dogs. You’ll spend half the day helping to clean the site for the animals in need. The other half of the day will be spent walking, grooming and socialising with the cats and dogs. This opportunity is ideal for any pet enthusiast!

FEBRUARY FARM DAY THURSDAY 23RD FEBRUARY, 9:20AM - 1:30PM THURSDAY 23RD FEBRUARY, 12:20PM - 4:30PM Hop along to Whirlow Hall Farm for their Lambing Open Days! Help with children’s activities including arts and crafts activities, running food stalls, and stewarding in the car park and serving refreshments to customers. If you’re lucky you might get to see a lamb being born!

IRON AGE FORT PRESERVATION WEDNESDAY 1ST MARCH, 11:15AM – 4:45PM Help improve biodiversity on the site of a 1st Century Iron Age Fort in the Northeast of Sheffield. Volunteers are needed to assist with environmental tasks such as scrub bashing, tree clearance, and heath preservation to help improve the growth of desired plant life and animal life.

Green City Action are an environmental charity that are loyal to Sheffield’s environment. They work to raise awareness of a number of causes and to make a hands-on difference to these animal habitats. Volunteer help is needed to clear weeds, pick fruit, and prepare plots at a local community allotment.

CHARITY SHOP CLEAROUT FRIDAY 10TH MARCH, 9:30AM – 5PM Lend a helping hand in the Oxfam Charity Shop for the day and get to grips with what it takes to run this student bargain paradise! Oxfam work to raise awareness and to tackle famine across the world and can only do so with the money they make in their charity shops.

MUSICAL MEMORIES WEDNESDAY 15TH MARCH, 1:30PM – 4:30PM Lost Chord are a charity that go to local care homes for elderly people to deliver musical sessions for people with dementia. The aim of these musical sessions is to stimulate a response from residents and to improve their quality of life by raising selfesteem and promoting wellbeing. Volunteers can help by either playing percussion, singing, or even dancing!

St. Marie’s Primary School are working hard to develop our outdoor spaces for learning and play opportunities for their children. They need volunteers to help turn their woodland space into a Forest School by cutting back overgrown trees and bushes, removing deadwood and other rubble, and helping to build a fire pit.

PARK BENCH BUILDERS SATURDAY 25TH MARCH, 9:15AM – 3:45PM Come down to Ecclesfield Park and help spruce up this community green space by building some benches! Volunteers are needed to assist with bench building, shrub planting, and general foliage clearance to get the parks woodland area ready for the summer.

GARDENING ASSISTANCE MONDAY 27TH MARCH, 9AM – 1PM Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind have their own community garden in Meersbrook. They use this space as a resource for their visually impaired participants to tend the garden and enjoy this green space. Volunteers are needed to assist the visually impaired service users with weed clearance, digging, and seed planting.

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Bummit Charity Hitch-hike to Riga (EASTER VACATION) TRIP 1 SET-OFF: 3RD APRIL TRIP 2 SET-OFF: 5TH APRIL

Tickets £75 from Students’ Union Box Office then register at www.bummit. co.uk Minimum sponsorship £250. Join the biggest (and best) studentled charity hitchhike in the world as we head for Riga, Latvia. Those lucky enough to be involved will find a hostel, restaurant, and a big night out waiting for them in Riga, as well as a hostel and night out at a secret half-way point, not to mention the exclusive Bummit T-shirt, goody bag and bible full of hints and tips for hitching, suggestions for things to do in cities you might end up in and handy translations in a whole host of languages www.bummit.co.uk

RAG STANDS FOR ‘RAISING AND GIVING’ – WE’RE HERE TO SUPPORT STUDENT FUNDRAISING AND TO PUT ON FUNDRAISING EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES THAT 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 to raise thousands of pounds for different charities and support hundreds of student-led events.

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RAG Reps & Bummit Ambassadors present…Rat Race FEBRUARY Tickets tbc from Students’ Union Box Office (includes night out and coach back from destination). Minimum sponsorship £25. Want a challenge and to do something a bit different? Ever thought about hitchhiking? Come and join us on a wild and wonderful sponsored hitchhike to a buzzing northern city to be announced! You’ll be completing a series of daring challenges along the way to win some excellent prizes and then celebrating with a night out before coach pick-up back to Sheffield- all included in the ticket price.

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ing 2017 with a brand new event- the RAG Masqurade ball! More details about this sure fire night to remember will be announced on their social media and around the union so keep up to date at www. facebook.com/SheffieldRAG

Treasure Hunt Europe

12TH-17TH JUNE, TICKET PRICE AND MINIMUM SPONSORSHIP: COMING SOON Treasure Hunt Europe is a week-long interrailing adventure in a European country that involves solving clues and riddles to get to some of the most incredible treasures that travelling as to offer. Whilst travelling teams of students will complete challenges to acquire points. At the end of the week everyone will get to party at our destination city, where the team with the most points will win the grand prize. Treasure Hunt Europe is a fantastic opportunity to travel with friends; sharing amazing memories, experiencing a new culture and raising money for local charities at the same time. Our destination country will be announced in the new year at www.facebook. com/SheffieldRAG

No.2and Clubseties: Soci opt a Ad rity Cha No.3uals id Indiv

RAG’s ‘Adopt a Charity’ scheme works with clubs, societies and individuals to help you fundraise for charities of your choice. You can also claim back up to 50% of your fundraising for your club or society too! We can help you run your own activities and events and assist with things like planning, budgeting, marketing, risk assessment, resources and legal stuff. E-mail adoptacharity@ sheffieldrag.com

You can ‘Adopt a Charity’ too and benefit from all the support of the ‘Adopt a Charity’ team and staff members. Or you can become a RAG Rep, learn C.V-enhancing events and fundraising skills, gain HEAR recognition, make new friends and put on your own fundraising activities with groups of like-minded individuals. We’ll also be holding Rag Reps workshops in March where you can learn how to run your very own fundraising event- for more details e-mail ragreps@sheffieldrag.com

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Waste not, want not If you are great with money and willing to share your top tips we want to hear from you!

On the flip side, are you struggling to manage your money? Should you be spending less? Are you accessing all of the funding you’re eligible for? Are money worries keeping you awake at night? Are you having issues with Student Finance? Is it time to get a part-time job? If any of the above apply to you there’s help at hand - National Student Money Week is back so you can take control of your finances. The Financial Support Team and Student Advice Centre are working with colleagues and partners to give you loads of opportunities to win prizes, enter competitions and chat to experts about all things money! Come and see us in and around the Students’ Union throughout the week to find out how we can help you take control of your finances.

Things to look out for: Hundreds of freebies

Everyday we’ll be giving away hundreds of free prizes to help you save money and reduce waste. Prizes include piggy banks, vouchers, discounts and reusable coffee cups and water bottles.

Cash prizes

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Throughout the week we’re running competitions to give you the chance to win cash prizes. Give us your best money saving tip or tweet us a picture of your piggy bank and you could win a cash prize.

Win free food in the Student Advice Centre

Fancy yourself as a bit of a Supermarket Sweep pro? Visit the Advice Centre and put your skills to the test; guess the price difference between the two baskets of food and win the lot! While you’re there, why not speak to one of the

advisers who can help you get your finances in order and make sure you receive all of the funding you’re eligible for.

Grab a free hot chocolate on us!

On Wednesday we’ll be on the Concourse warming your cockles with free hot chocolate and money saving tips.

Swap Shop with the People and Planet Society On Friday we’re teaming up with People and Planet to run a special Money Week Swap Shop. Come to the activities zone and grab yourself some new clobber.

Part-time work

We’ll have the Jobshop’s top 5 vacancies every day. Part-time work is a great way to increase your income and your employability.

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YOGA 8.30-9.30PM

HOCKEY 8-9PM

T DEN ! STU SIONS SES

YOGA 8.15-9.15PM

WOMEN’S BOXING FITNESS 7-8PM ZUMBA 7.30-8.30PM

YOGA 7.45-8.45PM

FITNESS CLASS 7-8PM

WOMEN’S SELF DEFENCE 6-7PM

TOUCH RUGBY 6-7PM

ROWING FITNESS 5.30-6.30PM

ULTIMATE FRISBEE 5-6PM

LACROSSE 5-6PM

WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL 6.30-7.30PM

TABLE TENNIS 6-7.30PM

HIGH INTENSITY FITNESS 7.15-8.15PM

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

WALKING CLUB

EQUIP P R OV M E N T IDED!

PEARSON BUILDING, SHEFFIELD HALLAM ENDCLIFFE STEPHENSON HALL

BOXING FITNESS 7.30-8.30PM

ALLEN COURT / CITY

YOGA 7-8PM

MEN’S FOOTBALL 6-7PM

SPINNING 5.30-6.30PM

BEGINNER’S TENNIS 7-8PM ZUMBA 7-8PM

SWIMMING 4-5PM

‘SABRE-LITE’ FENCING 6-7PM BOOTCAMP 5-6PM HANDBALL 5-6PM

BEGINNER TO 5K RUNNING 3-3.30PM

SQUASH & RACKETBALL 2.40-4.00PM

NETBALL 4-5PM

WOMEN’S MOUNTAIN BIKING 2PM

ROUNDERS 6-7PM

QUIDDITCH 5-6PM

PAY & PLAY FOOTBALL 3-4PM

THURSDAY

WEDNESDAY

SQUASH & RACKETBALL 4.40-6.00PM

LEARN TO CYCLE 5-8PM

RESIDENCE GYM 9-11AM

PILATES 7.30-8.30PM

RANMOOR

GOODWIN SPORTS CENTRE

VENUES

FREE TO ALL

PRICES VARY. SEE WEBSITE FOR DETAILS

EXCLUSIVE TO RESIDENCE LIFE MEMBERS FREE OF CHARGE

£2 PER SESSION OR FREE TO RESIDENCE LIFE MEMBERS

£2 PER SESSION

TUESDAY

MONDAY

SUNDAY

MEN’S FOOTBALL 5-6PM

WOMEN’S FOOTBALL 4-5PM

CARDIO TENNIS FITNESS 2.30-4PM

BADMINTON 12-2PM

ARCHERY 11AM-1PM

SAFE CITY CYCLING 10.30-1PM

MEN’S BASKETBALL 10AM-12PM

IS K I N GI A L ! O O B ENT ESS

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

SPORT EVERYWHERE

Charity UV badminton in support of Macmillan Friday 10th March, £2 pp, The Octagon Centre Booking available in person and online

BOOKIN AVAILA G B DAYS B LE 6 EFORE SESSIO N!

WOMEN’S ONLY SWIM 4-5PM

FUTSAL 3-4PM

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 1.30-3PM

DODGEBALL 12-1.30PM

MOUNTAIN BIKING 10AM

PARKRUN 9AM

SATURDAY

GLOW IN THE DARK BADMINTON

THAI BOXING 7.30-9PM

SQUASH 7.20-10PM

BOULDERING 7.20-10PM

SWIMMING 6-8PM

BOULDERING 6-7.20PM

VOLLEYBALL 5-6PM

YOGA 4.30-5.30PM

FRIDAY

Weekly sessions during term time, starting from Monday 6th February 2017


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.

ROOM LOCATIONS

Unsure of where to go? Go to the map on page 10 and 11 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.

Like Us on Facebook 'Giveitagoshef ’

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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