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  • March Equality Hub Newsletter

    March Equality Hub Newsletter

    We support Sheffield City Council to produce their monthly newsletter containing news and events from the Equality Hub Network. Catch up with all their latest news this March.

  • The Talent Hub is looking for Dancers

    The Talent Hub is looking for Dancers

    TIN Arts and Yorkshire Dance, in association with Inclusion North have launched The Talent Hub which is offering a great training opportunity to ten dance artists with a learning disability, autism or both from the North East of England and Yorkshire. The closing date for applications is Friday 27th April.

  • End 15 minute Care Calls

    End 15 minute Care Calls

    ‘Flying’ visits continue despite statutory guidance within the Care Act 2014 stating ‘short home-care visits of 15 minutes or less are not appropriate for people who need support with intimate care needs’. See how many people get 15 minute visits in your area and ask Jeremy Hunt to demand more is done.

  • 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.

  • Consultation Plans On Transport 'up North'

    Consultation Plans On Transport 'up North'

    Transport for the North (TfN) has recently launched their draft Strategic Transport Plan, which sets out how they want to drive economic growth and create a more successful North through improving transport connections. Give your views on the plan in the online consultation and at events planned across the region, including at Doncaster Sheffield Airport, on Wednesday March 21st between 4-7pm.

  • DAWS Gives Us All A Sporting Chance

    DAWS Gives Us All A Sporting Chance

    Disability Awareness With Sport (DAWS) is a non-profit organisation based in south-east Sheffield which aims to make exercise accessible to everyone, especially those who may experience isolation within their community. As well as providing fitness training, provided by a fully-qualified instructor and tailored to individuals’ needs DAWS also organises social get-togethers.

  • Prepare for 'Arctic' Weather

    Prepare for 'Arctic' Weather

    We thought we’d try to help you prepare for the predicted Arctic weather conditions and snow forecast for Sheffield over the next few days by sending you this helpful advice and tips from Sheffield City Council and the Streets Ahead Team. Make sure you keep warm, well and safe.

  • Healthwatch Sheffield Newsletter

    Healthwatch Sheffield Newsletter

    Catch up with February/March News from Healthwatch Sheffield, your local consumer watchdog for health and social care services.

  • Free Parkinson's UK Self Management Programme

    Free Parkinson's UK Self Management Programme

    A ‘Path Through Parkinson’s’ is a free self-management programme starting in Sheffield in April for people with
    Parkinson’s, their partners and carers. The aim is to share experiences and discuss the practical and emotional impact of Parkinson’s.

  • Support Dogs Information Day

    Support Dogs Information Day

    Do you live with a physical disability and have a pet dog that has the potential to be your canine carer? If so, Sheffield based national charity Support Dogs would like to hear from you and invite you to their Open Day in mid March.

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