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19th May 2022 / 12:15 pm - 6:30 pm

Property & Construction Retro Sports Day

FireFit Youth and Community Hub, 115 Upper Warwick Street, Toxteth, Liverpool, L8 8HD. Arrival 12.15pm - 12.45pm, Retro Sports Event ends at 4.30pm, After Party at Baltic Triangle venue 5pm – 6.30pm

Free (Members)

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By: Torus

The Retro Sports Day has been created in partnership with sponsors from Sutcliffe, Steven Hunt and Associates, Markhams, Paddock Johnson and Accountable Recruitment with the purpose of raising funds to support young people from across Liverpool to access special educational youth provision and access the Duke of Edinburgh programme, that would otherwise be inaccessible to some of the young people who attend FireFit Youth and Community Hub.

FireFit Youth and Community Hub forms part of Torus Foundation, the charitable arm of growth and regeneration group Torus, which aims to grow stronger communities. As part of its wider programme of support, FireFit Youth and Community Hub does an incredible job in ensuring young people living in deprived neighbourhoods have access to support and opportunities to thrive in a fun and safe environment.

What can you expect?

An action-packed afternoon full of classic school sports day activities, with some twists thrown in to keep things interesting. 24 companies from across the property and construction industry will compete for the winning Retro Sports Day Trophy, which will be presented to them at the aftersports-day-party at a local venue.

How much does it cost and what does my ticket include?

Tickets can be purchased (by way of donation) via the Retro Sports Day Event Page on Just Giving. If you would prefer to make payment in a different way, please contact

Find out more from the Retro Sport’s Day FAQ’s document below

The event provides an opportunity to fundraise in a fun environment while promoting team building and networking opportunities. We aim to raise a minimum of £4,000, which will be ringfenced to provide opportunities and activities for young people with special educational needs who do not currently receive any funding and for young people who would like to take part in the Duke of Edinburgh programme, but are unable to afford the registration fee, essential equipment costs or expedition costs.

What happens next?

Once ticket(s) have been purchased, we will be in touch with a registration form. This will request names/contact details of participants from your organisation. We will send regular briefings with revised FAQs as the event draws closer, which will include an Event Programme Agenda and further information about the evening celebration event. Finally, we will contact each attendee before the event with a short questionnaire to understand dietary needs and provide further information about how best to prepare for the activities.