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  • Have your Say on Housing Strategy

    Have your Say on Housing Strategy

    Sheffield City Council want to hear your views on the future of housing in Sheffield. Earlier this year, they asked you what mattered to you most about housing which helped shape their draft Housing Strategy. Your further input is vital to influence a strategy that meets the needs of our community. The survey is open until 28 July.

  • What's in a Name?

    What's in a Name?

    The name’s the game when it comes to making sure people with long-term health conditions stay as fit as possible – and you can help pick a new moniker for the Sheffield Physical Activity Referrals Scheme (SPARS),one that focuses more on wellbeing. Hurry though as voting closes on Sunday 14th July

  • Proposed bus service changes for Sheffield

    Proposed bus service changes for Sheffield

    Sheffield Transport 4 All has become aware of proposed service changes to some services in Sheffield. The deadline for comments is Friday the 12th of July.

  • General Election Disability Scorecard

    General Election Disability Scorecard

    How do the UK political parties compare on Disabled People’s rights? On the 29th of May 2024, Disability Rights UK sent letters to the UK political parties with the ‘Disability Scorecard’, grading their policies based on the “Disabled People’s Manifesto. See the results.

  • Type 2 Diabetes Survey

    Type 2 Diabetes Survey

    Do you live in South Yorkshire, are between 16-39 years old, and have Type 2 Diabetes? Share your experience on the best way to promote information relating to Type 2 Diabetes and be in with a chance of winning £100 in shopping vouchers.

  • Plan your School Summer Holiday Fun

    Plan your School Summer Holiday Fun

    Sheffield City Council’s Children’s University holds a programme of free taster activities for children and young people, running across the summer holidays. The ‘Festival of Fun’ is set to return for an action-packed 10th edition from 24th July to 30th August. Try something new and perhaps discover a new passion.

  • New Bereavement Support Group

    New Bereavement Support Group

    Compassionate Sheffield and Space to Breathe are working together to create a monthly online bereavement support group, and would love anyone interested in taking part to help shape the group. This follows on from the success of the Sheffield Life, Loss and Death Festival in May.

  • SENDing Voices and Youth Clubs

    SENDing Voices and Youth Clubs

    This new Community Youth Services group is inviting 13 to 24 years olds with a Special Educational Need or Disability to help to make SEND services better for young people in Sheffield. It’s a chance to talk about and share your experiences and ideas with decision makers. meet new people and make new friends. Check out SEND youth clubs as well.

  • Summer Residential for Film Fans

    Summer Residential for Film Fans

    Showroom Cinema are looking for enthusiastic film fans aged 16-19 for their BFI Film Academy Summer Residential! You’ll gain experience and insight into indie cinema through workshops delivered by industry professionals. Plus, you’ll even get to put on your own film festival at Showroom Cinema! Apply by 1st July.

  • Carers Week Events and Campaign

    Carers Week Events and Campaign

    Carers UK aim to ‘put carers on the map’ during Carers Week from 10 – 16 June and is inviting unpaid carers to sign their open letter to the next Prime Minister calling for action including the reform and increase of Carers Allowance, to deliver a Carers strategy and recognise caring as the 10th protected characteristic under the Equality Act 2010. Sheffield Carers Centre events are taking place during the week.

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