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SAYiT Fruitbowl is for 11-17 year olds who are LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, questioning+) or questioning their gender or sexuality. The group is run by the LGBT+ charity SAYiT.

Fruitbowl is run by SAYiT youth workers who work to ensure the groups reflect the wants and needs of their members. In the past they have had people come in to deliver sessions such as; spoken word and drama workshops, animals come to visit the groups, made tie-dye tops, music sessions, sports and also educational session around autism, trans awareness, LGBT+ history and self care.

The group is split into 2 age groups who meet separately at different times:

  • Younger Group (11-14) – Every Thursday 4pm – 5.30pm
  • Older Group (15-17) – Every Thursday 6pm – 7.30pm

If you are a young person interested in Fruitbowl, contact them and they will arrange an initial meeting to see if it will be the right fit for you: E: or T: 0114 201 2633.

If you are referring a young person from another organisation please check the referral information on their website

You can find out more on their website.

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Organised by SAYiT

SAYiT is a local charity providing support and social opportunities to LGBTQ+ young people in Sheffield.  SAYiT is for anyone who identifies as LGBTQ+ or are questioning their gender and/or sexuality, and those who care for and support them.

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