Come Join in the fun at one of the biggest fund raisers in South Yorkshire on Bank Holiday Sunday 30th August 2015 - Jubilee Sports Club - Claywheels Lane - S6 1LZ

Sunday 30th August 2015 - Jubilee Sports Club S6 1LZ

Have a great day with your family without breaking the bank.

Have a great day with your family without breaking the bank.

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Family Fun

Have an amazing day with your family without breaking the bank!


Variety of Activities on the day such as rock climbing and football.

Live Band

Exciting talented entertainer band will perform live on our stage.


Enter our raffle prize draw and be in with a chance to win some fabulous prizes to take home!


See our list of contributors helping towards a great cause

   Branching out Dancing

Branching Out Dancing have been established for nearly 25 years, classes are held on Saturday mornings at Wharncliffe Side Community Centre and cover ages 3 – 30!  Our dance style is “Commercial Street” but our main aims are fun, fitness and friendship.  The children perform at community galas in the North of Sheffield throughout the summer – they don’t need an excuse to “strut their stuff”.  Hundreds of pounds have been raised over the years for charities including, Cavendish Cancer Care, Sheffield Children’s Hospital, RSPCA, Sheffield EDA and Bluebell Wood.  For full information visit our website or join us on facebook Branching Out Dancing.





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  Dan Magness

World Class Football Freestyler World Record holding Dan Magness will be attending Big Daves Fun Day.

His impeccable tricks and energy-filled presenting has led him to hundreds of different countries to perform for royalty, work with Celebrities, film TV shows and give his time to numerous charities.
Football skills and numerous Guinness World Records aside, Magness is a familiar face on TV screens worldwide after filming dozens of commercials, numerous documentaries and his own TV series, “Football Freestyler” where he was flown to 12 different countries to interview the greatest performers of our current time.