Supporting cycling to work (for employers & employees)+ FREE bike check-ups
Thursday, November 4, 2021, 9:00 am
- Harland Works
Come and take full of advantage of this great opportunity where you can meet new people, build relationships and expand your network whilst exploring nature!
Our ‘Sustainability Netwalking’ event is on Thursday 21st October. We will meet at the Victoria Junction Café at Victoria Quays in the City Centre, and begin by introducing ourselves in one sentence followed by walking, mixing and talking along part of the 5 weirs walk. The walk itself will last around 1 hour and finish with a coffee and more chat for those that want to stay for some deeper connecting and networking.
Meeting time: 9:15 at Victoria Junction, Arch 11 Wharf Street, Sheffield, S2 5SY
Walking Start time: 9:30
Distance: 2-3 miles
Parking: available in the city centre and around Victoria Quays
items you might want to bring
• Muddy boots / Wellies / Trainers
• Waterproof jacket
• Walking poles
• Well-behaved dogs and Baby buggies are all welcomed!
*Please ensure to check with your doctor if you have any medication issue, we are not liable for any injuries.*
We are aiming for a collaborative, supportive group taking in fresh air and exercise plus focussing on sustainable business ideas and opportunities, wellbeing and ethical practices. Come along and hear about the new Sheffield Sustainability Network and the Sheffield Social Enterprise Network, and how you can get involved with both.
If you have any question, please email us at [email protected]
This is a partnership event between Sheffield Sustainability Network (www.sheffieldsustainabilitynetwork.org), Social Enterprise Network (www.ssen.org.uk) and Karen Perkins (www.karenperkinslifecoach.co.uk). In signing up to the event, you are agreeing to share your data with all three partners for the purposes of managing the Netwalking and keeping you up to date with future Netwalking events.
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