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  • Tuesday Cycling Sessions Starting from 25th April

    Tuesday Cycling Sessions Starting from 25th April

    Thanks to a great response to our appeal for volunteers, Sheffield Cycling 4 All are starting cycling sessions on a Tuesday from 25th April from 10 to 3pm (term time only) alongside the Thursday sessions which run during the school holidays too. We’re still seeking volunteers to join the Tuesday team so do please get in touch if you’re interested.

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  • Sheffield Opening Doors for Disabled People and Carers

    Sheffield Opening Doors for Disabled People and Carers

    Disability Sheffield has teamed up with Sheffield City Council and Nimbus to offer the new “Access Card” for disabled people and a “Carers Card” to anyone caring for someone in Sheffield. As part of the “Accessible Sheffield” project the aim is to make life easier for people. A group of young carers tried out their cards at Quasar.

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  • Tuesday Cycling Session Volunteers Needed

    Tuesday Cycling Session Volunteers Needed

    After a very successful and rewarding 2016 delivering our Sheffield Cycling4All sessions in Hillsborough Park on Thursdays, we are seeking volunteers to join our new Tuesday team.

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  • HealthRich Funding for Sheffield Cycling 4 All

    HealthRich Funding for Sheffield Cycling 4 All

    We are very excited that Sheffield Cycling 4 All, part of Disability Sheffield, has been awarded £46,000 over 2 years which will enable more disabled people to use the accessible bikes through providing more cycle sessions at a reduced cost.

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  • Disability Sheffield's Cycling 4 All featured on BBC's DIY SOS:The Big Build

    Disability Sheffield's Cycling 4 All featured on BBC's DIY SOS:The Big Build

    Nick Knowles accompanied Terry Guest as he visits Sheffield Cycling 4 All, Disability Sheffield’s inclusive cycling project, in this recent episode of the long running BBC DIY programme.

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  • Hate Crime Task Group Report

    Hate Crime Task Group Report

    Aiming to understand the different ways hate crime can be reported in Sheffield, identifying things that are working well and any areas where improvements could be made, the Task Group have now drafted their report, which outlines their findings and recommendations.

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  • Get Yourself Active January Newsletter

    Get Yourself Active January Newsletter

    Disability Sheffield is one of four Disabled People’s User Led Organisations (DPULOs), working together to develop better opportunities for disabled people to get active. Read the partnership’s latest news.

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  • Sheffield Autism Partnership Survey

    Sheffield Autism Partnership Survey

    If you’re affected by autism there’s still a chance to give your views on the new Autism Partnership being set up in the city to improve opportunities and services for people with autism. The closing date for their online survey is 13 February 2017.

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  • Successful fundraising gig raised over £1100

    Successful fundraising gig raised over £1100

    Thank you to everyone who took time to come to our charity fundraiser on Saturday night at Crookes Working Mens Club. It was an awesome evening that someone has described as ‘only in Sheffield could that have happened’ night.

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  • Sheffield Voices Meet and Greet

    Sheffield Voices Meet and Greet

    Sheffield Voices are holding a series of coffee mornings starting on Thursday 9 February from 10am to 12.30pm at Virgin Money Shop for people with learning disabilities and carers.

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