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  • Wellbeing Workshops For Young Autistic Women

    Wellbeing Workshops For  Young Autistic Women

    Young women who have autism are invited to take part in a new series of free online sessions starting on June 8th to July 13th designed to improve wellbeing and creativity. The workshops offered by Access Space will help participants explore and practice techniques such as breath work and meditation and will also give the chance to share experience.

  • Take Part In The City's Year Of Reading

    Take Part In The City's Year Of Reading

    We will all be brought to book throughout 2020 – thanks to the launch of Sheffield’s Year Of Reading. The 12 month long event is a citywide celebration of creativity and the written word. Reading is the key that unlocks the door – it helps us feel better, discover more, and unleashes our individual creativity. You can nominate your favourite read and attend events in the ‘ What’s on Guide ‘.

  • Free Digital Creativity Workshops For People with Austism

    Taking place on Friday this and next week at Access Space in Sheffield city centre these workshops are suitable for different levels of ability and will be talking about designing, leading on to laser cutting/engraving to make designs in paper, wood or plastic.

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