It's official, the Bears of Sheffield are taking to the streets this summer!
There is a new animal in town! We are delighted to confirm that the Bears of Sheffield sculpture trail will take place this summer, raising vital funds for Sheffield Children’s.
Bringing together families and friends, businesses, schools, artists and the community, the trail will begin in July 2021 and support the fundraising drive to build our new Cancer and Leukaemia Ward at Sheffield Children’s.
The trail will comprise of 60 big bears, which are sponsored by local businesses, organisations and families, as well as 100 little bears which have been fundraised for and decorated by schools, nurseries and colleges.
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Every penny raised through the Bears of Sheffield will support our appeal to build a new Cancer and Leukaemia Ward at Sheffield Children's.
The ward provides treatment for cancer and blood disorders in children from babies through to 19-year-olds in South Yorkshire, Derbyshire and Lincolnshire. It also sees patients from across the UK for chemotherapy, operations, and bone marrow transplants.
You can support the Bears of Sheffield this summer by purchasing a trail map, doing your own bear-themed fundraising, making a donation and more. Keep an eye out for lots of exciting ways to get involved.
We hope the Bears will bring some happiness and joy to the city and give us all a reason to celebrate.
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