Activities for asylum-seekers and refugees

04 Mar 2013 / News

FURD is currently offering the following activities at the U-Mix Centre, which are free for refugees and asylum-seekers as part of our research project, ’Football: A Shared Sense of Belonging?’ Alongside the activities will be optional opportunities to take part in the research and voluntary work.

Women-only dance sessions, 10.30am-12.00 each Wednesday in March initially, with an experienced teacher– see flyer for more details.

Gym sessions (mixed): Wednesdays and Fridays, 10am-11am, with a multilingual qualified instructor. See flyer for more details.

Football sessions as part of an Asylum-Seekers and Refugees Club on Wednesdays between 11am-1.00pm.

Participants formed a friendly team which won a mini tournament at the U-Mix Centre on 21st February, playing against teams from the Minds Over Football project run by St Wilfred’s Centre in partnership with FURD.

If you or anyone you know is interested in joining any of these sessions, come along or contact Tracy at FURD for more information on 0114 2589601/2587787 or 07583 295610.

Other activities may be offered on request – let us know what you’d like to do.