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The People's Palace of Possibility

Danum Gallery, Library and Museum (DGLAM), Waterdale, centre of Doncaster DN1 3BZ
Utopian scheming and rageful dreaming brought to us by The Bare Project. The People’s Palace of Possibility asks how we find energy for change, despite fear and anger about the future. It’s about our desire to escape, and the urgent need to do something radically different. The Palace travels around the country (this year it’s at Doncaster and the Isle…
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Pinknic

Peace Gardens, central Sheffield
Sheffield Pinknic is a yearly FREE event held at the Peace Gardens, run by the committee of LGBTSheffield and 2024 is the 10th Anniversary of this fantastic event. There will be a Unity Walk before the start of the event starting off at the Barkers Pool monument (outside the City Hall) and heading down to the Peace Gardens, to be…
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Regather farm

Regather Farm Open Day

Regather Farm, Lightwood Lane/Hazlehurst Lane, Moss Valley, Sheffield S8 8BG
Regather Farm Open Day runs from 11am – 3pm. It’s a Soil Association Organic Certified farm that provides fresh produce to the Regather Box Scheme for home deliveries. It has developed amazingly over the last few years. Located in the beautiful Moss Valley, the farm is next to ancient woodland with wildlife including barn owls. The market garden and polytunnels…
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What is the Future of Local Democracy in Sheffield?

Central United Reformed Church, 60 Norfolk Street S1 2JB (corner of Chapel Walk and Norfolk St.)
A public meeting about democracy, following the General Election where new Voter ID laws may have prevented 400,000 from voting (3.2% turned away from voting stations), according to a Guardian report. Over the last fifteen years the scope and ability of local government and local communities to influence and shape the cities in which they live has become increasingly restricted…
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Free Community Meal

Outside SADACCA, 48 The Wicker, Sheffield, S3 8JB
Sheffield Radical Mutual Aid Network offer a free community meal on the last Saturday of every month, outside SADACCA (Sheffield And District African/Caribbean centre) at 48 The Wicker, Sheffield, S3 8JB. Food is usually served until about 3pm, stay for a chat if you wish. Pay whatever you can. (In solidarity, not charity.) Meals, drinks and roadside seating provided!
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