Community Day

14 May 2007 / News

Come and join us for a great family day out and a fun packed celebration of football at Bramall Lane, Sheffield, this Sunday, 20th May, from 1pm until 4pm. Entry is free to the Community Day run by Football Unites, Racism Divides in partnership with Sheffield United. Dozens of invited young people will have the opportunity to play on the pitch in small-sided tournaments. Other entertainment will include a bouncy castle, and inside the John Street executive suites will be break dancing, kickboxing, a magic show, Indian dancer, Indian drummer, Gordon the clown, henna painting, face painting, head massage, nail art and more! Also visit the stalls in the executive suite to find out  about organisations working to make the local area a better place, see an exhibition by Sheffield Libraries and Archives about Sheffield's connections to the slave trade and its abolition, and enjoy some food from local providers. Entrance to the event is via Cherry Street - to the left of  the main car park.