Young Carers Interactive Showcase and 20th anniversary Annual General Meeting

17th October 2017

Thursday 2nd November 2017 1pm 3pm at Sheffield City College Granville Rd, Sheffield S2 2RL Join us and celebrate the lives of young carers in Sheffield Meet Lord Mayor, Cllr Anne Murphy who will open our AGM Find out about what we have been doing in the last year Join in .

  with an interactive exhibition designed by young carers to find out more about how caring affects their lives Plan for event: 1.00pm:    SYC Annual General Meeting 1.30pm:    Interactive Showcase move your way round our young carers' exhibits and shows (and a chance to eat cake!) Places for this event are limited.  Please RSVP to Denise Anderson at denise@sheffieldyoungcarers.org.uk or call (0114) 258 4595 SYC would like to thank Sheffield City College for their support. Sheffield Young Carers Project (SYC) is a registered charity that supports young people aged 8-25 who help to look after someone at home who has a physical illness, a disability, a mental health problem, and/or a substance misuse issue. For more details please see our website: www.sheffieldyoungcarers.org.uk

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