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  • Buddy Up to Get Active

    Buddy Up to Get Active

    Our Get Active buddying scheme is a pilot project to support people to attend a physical activity in their local community. if you’d like to help people with a learning disability, severe mental illness or autistic people get more active and can volunteer for a few hours a week on a Monday or Tuesday to attend an activity with a disabled person, we would love to hear from you!

  • Sheffield Move More Month is Coming!

    Move More partners from across Sheffield will play host to activities of all kinds in June to encourage you to get more active. Meet some Move More people for inspiration and check out our Inclusive Exercise factsheet as well.

  • Para-Swimming Come & Try Session

    This taster session at Ponds Forge on 29th April is for disabled swimmers wishing to find out more about competitive Para-swimming.

  • Free Health and Heritage Walks

    Sheffield Mind in partnership with Sheffield United Community Foundation want you to explore and discover Sheffield with a local historian in these free walking groups starting from 25th April.

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