Young Adventurer Activities with YHA at ShAFF
Now entering its 15th year, Sheffield Adventure Film Festival is the largest adventure film festival in the UK. This 3 day annual event brings groups of people and families together to celebrate the wonders of outdoor life and the adventures it offers.
At this year's Sheffield Adventure Film Festival, we will be running a variety of children's activities in the Workstation for the little adventurers to enjoy. Activities include; caving and a mini climbing wall. It's a fun day out not to be missed!
There are two dates for the Young Adventurer Activities:
21st and 22nd March 2020 from 10am till 4pm.
The activities are free to attend.
Tickets for ShAFF are on sale now.
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