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  • Celebrating Disability Sport in Sheffield

    Celebrating Disability Sport in Sheffield

    This new video showcases the fantastic range of disability sports opportunities available to people of all ages and abilities across Sheffield. Find out how to get involved in Disability Sports Network meetings.

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  • Within Reach Celebration Event

    Within Reach Celebration Event

    Join in a range of sporting activities at this free fun packed event on 27 March 2018 from 10 to 2.30 at the English Institute of Sport Sheffield, including Wheelchair Basketball, Dance, Racerunning, Cricket, Athletics, Football, Bowling, Golf, Boccia and Curling.

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  • This Girl Can Weekender Events

    This Girl Can Weekender Events

    Try something new! Women and girls with an interest in sport – and of any ability range – are being offered free taster sessions at several Sheffield venues from 6-9 October.

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  • Consultation to Develop the Team Up! Safeguarding Scheme

    Consultation to Develop the Team Up! Safeguarding Scheme

    Give your views on the issues unaccompanied/vulnerable people (children or adults) face when they go to watch sporting events and what you think might be done differently to encourage attendance and make sports grounds safer places, where everyone counts.

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  • Final Call for Special Olympics plus Olympic Fringe Events

    Final Call for Special Olympics plus Olympic Fringe Events

    A final call has just gone out for those who wish to watch or get involved with the Special Olympics GB National Games which are taking place in Sheffield this week. Please do what you can to show your support by coming into the city to enjoy the Games and Fringe activities.

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  • Special Olympics GB National Summer Games Activity Festival

    Special Olympics GB National Summer Games Activity Festival

    The Special Olympics Summer Games are coming to Sheffield from 7 – 11 August. If you’re over 11 and have a learning disability you can try out new sports at this free festival on 9th August but you need to register by Friday 21st July

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  • Whizz-Kidz Sheffield Ambassador Club

    Whizz-Kidz Sheffield Ambassador Club

    Are you a wheelchair user aged 8-25? Would you like to meet new friends and gain new skills? Then join in with this local youth club!

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  • Sheffield Move More Month is Coming!

    Sheffield Move More Month is Coming!

    Move More partners from across Sheffield will play host to activities of all kinds in June to encourage you to get more active. Meet some Move More people for inspiration and check out our Inclusive Exercise factsheet as well.

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  • Para-Swimming Come & Try Session

    Para-Swimming Come & Try Session

    This taster session at Ponds Forge on 29th April is for disabled swimmers wishing to find out more about competitive Para-swimming.

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  • Get Yourself Active and Personal Budgets

    Get Yourself Active and Personal Budgets

    Get Yourself Active Personal Budgets Advisor, Banane Nafeh, tells the story of how she helped Susan secure a Personal Budget for her daughter, Sarah, to take part in outdoor activities including horse riding

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