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Humber Street Sesh Tote

by sesheventsuk

Humber Street Sesh Tote

by sesheventsuk



This campaign ended on 09/07/2020
It was with sadness that we've had to cancel this year's Humber Street Sesh festival.

For those that purchased tickets for this years event we thank you for your support but with the festival gone for a year, it inevitably leaves us in a tough financial position and we'd love your support where possible. We're creating merch as a way to continue to support Humber Street Sesh during this time.

Plus £1.20 from every totebag to the Goodwin Youth Arts Takeover

Look after each other and stay safe and we'll see you in August 2021!

Design by Joseph Cox

"Goodwin’s Youth Arts Takeover were involved behind the scenes in some of the production of Humber Street Sesh last year and loved it so much that we were planning to come back bigger this year!

In the meantime we are supporting all our creative people with a host of virtual Arts and Creative endeavours – check our Facebook page YAT Creative Isolation."

Clive Darnell - Head Of Development - Goodwin Development Trust

"Humber Street Sesh was set up in 2012 as a community festival to celebrate the creative brilliance of the city. The work that the Goodwin Trust do within our community is unparalleled, and we’re very keen to support them in their aim to improve the lives of young people through creativity, collaboration and and connectivity. ”

Mark Page - Festival Director - Humber Street Sesh

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