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  • Get Yourself Active at Home – New Timetable

    Get Yourself Active at Home – New Timetable

    With another lockdown taking place at the moment, finding ways of staying fit and healthy while stopping indoors has become imperative. Disability Rights UK has teamed up with Sense and Durham University to produce pre-recorded videos aimed at supporting disabled people to get active at home during the coronavirus outbreak. The new Get Yourself Active at Home timetable – with new workouts released regularly until the end of February – is now available!

  • Storage Facilities Appeal by Sheffield Cycling 4 All

    Storage Facilities Appeal by Sheffield Cycling 4 All

    Sheffield Cycling 4 All, an inclusive cycling project run by Disability Sheffield, has launched a crowdfunding campaign to help pay for the relocation of their cycle storage containers in Hillsborough Park, which is undergoing various improvement projects. A relocation to elsewhere in the park will allow expansion of the project. The appeal hopes to raise £5,000 so please donate if you possibly can.

  • Yoga is 4 All

    Yoga is 4 All

    Have you ever thought about taking up yoga to boost your physical and mental wellbeing? Organised by Sheffield Cycling 4 All and funded by Sport England, our free yoga sessions take place every Tuesday evening between 7-8pm and are specifically designed for people with disabilities and long-term health conditions. Qualified Yoga teacher Jane Collins knows lots of ways to adapt traditional yoga practices, so that everyone taking part can experience all the benefits that yoga offers.

  • What It's Like To Take Part In Move And Chat

    What It's Like To Take Part In Move And Chat

    It’s amazing how much fun you can have with a couple of tins and a towel! These common household items can also help you get fit during the lockdown if you take part in the weekly Move And Chat sessions set up by Sheffield Cycling 4 All a project run by Disability Sheffield. Regular participant John Quinn ‘spills the beans ‘ ( hopefully not out of a tin ! )on what it’s like to take part.

  • SC4A Calls For Your Votes

    SC4A Calls For Your Votes

    Sheffield Cycling 4 All, our accessible and inclusive cycling project, is hoping to have its funding wishes granted – and is looking for your vote to help it achieve this aim. SC4A is thrilled to have been selected for the voting stage of the TransPennine Express Transform Grants which supports community projects that seek to tackle/promote social inclusion and improve the environment. Voting closes at midnight on Sunday 22 March 2020.

  • We Are Undefeatable Campaign

    We Are Undefeatable Campaign

    A major new campaign has been launched to support the 15 million people who live with one or more long-term health conditions in England. ‘We Are Undefeatable’ recognises the unique barriers that people living with health conditions face and shows the emotional stories of men and women living with a variety of conditions getting active in ways that work for them.

  • Sheffield Cycling 4 All Gets New Bikes Boost

    Sheffield Cycling 4 All Gets New Bikes Boost

    Sheffield Cycling 4 All are riding high and would like to say a massive thank you to HTK podcast listeners, who raised almost £2000 to buy four additional bikes and a specialist tricycle for Disability Sheffield’s accessible cycling project.

  • Improve Your Strength By Trying Weightlifting

    Hallam Barbell, an Olympic Weightlifting and Strength Training Club based in Sheffield, is now offering a disability-inclusive programme and has a para power bench which allows disabled people to train competitively. It is an official British Weightlifting affiliated club, with an ambition to make Sheffield stronger: physically, mentally, emotionally and socially.

  • 'Second Wave' of Dance To Health Sessions.

    Take steps to stay as fit as possible in more free dancing sessions taking place at Firvale Community Hub on Wednesdays from 1.15-3.15 and Balfour House, Stocksbridge on Thursdays from 1.30-3.30pm plus female-only sessions on Mondays from 1.30-3.3opm at the U-Mix Centre, Asline Road, Lowfield. Get Dancing!!

  • 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.

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