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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. The funding has been awarded from HealthRich, one of 51 Community Interest Companies raising money to address health inequalities across England, Scotland and Wales through The Health Lottery.

We are launching the season on Thursday 23rd March from 10am to 3pm in Hillsborough Park. Do come and join us. Sessions will run every Thursday from 10am-3pm until the end of October, and then from 10am to 12noon throughout the Winter. Thanks to the funding it’s now only £3 to ride a bike and we plan to start a 2nd session each week too. We are also able to arrange Disability Group Specific Sessions.See press release . Please contact us for more information on ( 0114 )2536750 or email info@disabilitysheffield.org.uk .


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