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Sheffield Photo Scavenger Hunt

Sheffield-based charity invites families to explore the city centre while raising vital funds for survivors of human trafficking.

Snowdrop Fundraiser Photo Hunt

Running out of ideas for things to do with the kids during the school holidays? Fear not, The Snowdrop Project has created a fun photo scavenger hunt for you to do at your own pace, in your own time.

Starting at the train station, take your little adventurers to explore the city centre on a trail that stretches just under two miles. There are 18 landmarks to find, but if that's a bit much for little legs, you can spread your adventure over a few days during the summer holidays.

Wear fancy dress, take photos of the landmarks and tag them on social media with #SnowdropScavenger. The most creative fancy dress kids (or canines!) will be awarded a special prize.

All funds raised will go towards The Snowdrop Project’s vital work in providing urgent and much-needed support to survivors of trafficking.

Just email to request a copy of the Sheffield Photo Scavenger Hunt for your little adventurers. The suggested minimum donation is £10 and you can donate here.

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