Fit For Business- Hockey!

21st May 2013

Fancy trying something different? Come and have a go at a new sport, where you'll be guided in the basics, and then be able to have a go.

No pressure, just a chance to have a go at something new. You'll also be able to play on the Olympic pitch. Go on - you might even like it! Sheffield Chamber are delighted to be launching our Fit For Business events programme, giving you the opportunity to try your hand at a new sport or activity, whilst networking with other businesses. The events are for total beginners, or those who did the sports at school, but that was so long ago, you cant remember! This is your chance to try your hand at a new sport or refresh your memory from those school days. The events will be relaxed, informal and fun. Summer 2012 saw us all glued to our screens for the Olympics, finding ourselves deeply engaged with sports that previously had not been of interest. Remember the 'smurf turf' for the hockey? The distinctive blue astro pitch which saw so many wins, so many injuries, and so many exciting games? This is your chance to play on that very same pitch. Sheffield Hockey Club are the proud owners of the smurf turf from the Olympics 2012! Fancy a go? Worried that you've never even picked up a stick before, but you fancy giving it a try? Now's your chance.. sign up to a training session with a coach from Sheffield Hockey Club, followed by a friendly knock about game. Refreshments are provided.

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