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  • Voices on the Cost of Living will be Heard

    Voices on the Cost of Living will be Heard

    Following a successful funding application for South Yorkshire’s Community Foundation Cost of Living Grant, Sheffield Voices, will be facilitating two Cost of Living outreach sessions in the North and South of the city and four group sessions in community spaces .The sessions will focus on listening to concerns, producing accessible resources and helping people save money on food, heating and other bills during Winter 2023/24.

  • Your Voice, Your Experience, Your Change

    Your Voice, Your Experience, Your Change

    Sheffield Health and Social Care want to improve community mental health services for people with serious mental illness, holding engagement events with service users, their families and carers on 17 & 19 January. An online survey also seeks your views on Sheffield’s physical health strategy for people living with SMI, people with learning disabilities and autistic people.

  • It's a Dice Thing but not Dicey!

    It's a Dice Thing but not Dicey!

    Dice Enterprise is a Doncaster based community organisation that provides a great range of events and activities for disabled people, mainly adults. In 2022 they have over 350 events and regular weekly activities planned and a Covid Safe Policy in place to keep safe and have fun.

  • Anger Over 'Ban' on 'Clinically Vulnerable' at Events

    Anger Over 'Ban' on 'Clinically Vulnerable' at Events

    Disability rights campaigners are accusing the Government of discrimination because people who are “clinically extremely vulnerable” to COVID-19 are seemingly banned from venues being used to host ‘test’ events in allowing crowds to return to venues. These include the World Snooker Championship currently talking place in Sheffield.

  • Rediscover Sheffield and Beat the Street

    Rediscover Sheffield and Beat the Street

    Now that we’re officially easing out of lockdown, Sheffield’s ‘Make Yourself at Home’ is a collection of stories and updates showcasing what Sheffield has to offer over Spring, including events, making the most of our outdoor city, drinks and dining places and local delivery providers.Plus Beat the Street is coming soon to transform Sheffield into a giant game which you can play from 16 June – 28 July.

  • Free Events at Libraries

    Free Events at Libraries

    As we head into December Sheffield Libraries are hosting a number of events including a talk on Managing Sheffield’s Wildlife, the ‘History Of Sheffield Allotments, Exploring Historic Maps and Secret Soviet Sheffield. Look out for their new booklet planned for next year.

  • Sheffield’s First Dementia Conversation Event

    Sheffield Dementia Action Alliance is holding its first Dementia Conversation event on Thursday 13 June 2019 from 9.30am to 3pm at St Mary’s Conference Centre, Bramall Lane, Sheffield, S2 4QZ. The event is open to people living with dementia and their families and carers, members of Sheffield Dementia Action Alliance and organisations working in Sheffield to become more dementia friendly.

  • Free Magical Workshop for Young People

    Changing Faces, which aims to support the 1.3 million people in the UK with a visible difference – a mark, scar or condition that makes them look out of the ordinary – have teamed up with children’s writing and mentoring centre Grimm and Co to hold a magical workshop between 4 and 6pm on Friday 4th June for 10 to 14 year olds living in the Yorkshire and The Humber area. It will take participants on a creative story-telling adventure, helping the young people to increase their resilience, confidence and self-esteem.

  • Do You Have Plans For Disabled Access Day?

    Check out “What’s On” during Disabled Access Day which takes place on Saturday 16th March . The event – the fourth – is designed to celebrate those places which have made the effort to ensure that everyone can visit them and use the facilities.Disabled Access Day has quadrupled in size since the first one and has major attractions such as Buckingham Palace and St Paul’s Cathedral signed up to it as well as many museums, galleries, other attractions and businesses.

  • Look After Your Eyes : Eye Health Week Event

    Half of sight loss is preventable with early detection. Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind (SRSB) will be offering non-medical vision screening for visitors plus information on their support services at Virgin Money Lounge, Fargate, from Monday 24 until Thursday 27th September during National Eye Health Week.

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