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  • Bread for Sheffield Provides You with Flour and Families with Food

    Bread for Sheffield Provides You with Flour and Families with Food

    The Coronavirus crisis has caused hardship for many families already struggling for food. St Mary’s Church and Community Centre has started the ‘Bread for Sheffield’ scheme so you can purchase flour ( and yeast ) from a range of top quality flours from Huskins at cost price and get baking again. Customers are asked to make a donation on top of the cost of the flour, 50% of which will go to the St Mary’s food box delivery scheme, and 50% will go to support local food banks.

  • New Support for Relationship Matters

    New Support for Relationship Matters

    Relationship Matters is a new partnership between 15 Local Authorities across Yorkshire and the Humber Region helping families who may be having relationship difficulties. The new website offers families information, tips and support to stay calm and work out what needs to happen and signposts to further help.

  • Accessible Days Out For All The Family

    Accessible Days Out For All The Family

    A Sheffield mother of two Naomi Cooper became a wheelchair/mobility scooter user earlier this year and has set up a blog based on her experiences so that other families can enjoy accessible days out.

  • Living Wages For Carers Petition

    A Sheffield organisation which supports relatives of adults with learning disabilities or autism has launched a petition calling for all employed carers to be paid the living wage.
    Families Lobbying And Advising Sheffield hopes to be able to gain the 10,000 signatures required for the petition to be responded to by the Government then the 100,000 for it to be discussed in Parliament.

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