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  • Leisure Time Sessions Returning

    Leisure Time Sessions Returning

    A fun and friendly group which organises leisure events for disabled people has restarted and there are hopes for expansion once Covid-19 regulations loosen up. The ‘Leisure Time’ sessions take place at Concord Sports Centre” on Friday mornings from 10.30-12.30 and costs £3.00 (carers free ).

  • Members Wanted for SIV Disability Inclusion Steering Group

    Members Wanted for SIV Disability Inclusion Steering Group

    Disability Sheffield and Sheffield City Trust (SCT) are looking for disabled people to be part of a steering group to support more people with disabilities to get active at SCT venues. We are looking for individuals who are interested in developing a better experience for disabled people using leisure services and offer critical feedback with practical solutions.

  • Get Set to Go at Sheffield Mind

    Get Set to Go at Sheffield Mind

    The Get Set to Go team at Sheffield Mind have been busy thinking about how best to stay active and positive during the pandemic.They know that physical active can enhance your mood and have created some tips on how to stay healthy and keep fit. The team offers a Signposting Service if you would like some help to work out what physical activity to do at home or outside. Their latest COVID-secure activity is with Sheffield Wednesday’s Community Programme at Hillsborough Arena if you wish to apply to take part.

  • Free Fitness Day Pass for Disability Sheffield Users

    Free Fitness Day Pass for Disability Sheffield Users

    Working in partnership with Sheffield International Venues ( SIV ), we are providing FREE fitness passes for our users so that we can improve the fitness experience for disabled people across the city. We need your help to do this! Simply visit “Free Day Pass”, to get your pass and use it! You’ll be asked to provide some feedback through your email to let SIV know about your experience.

  • Tickets for Good

    Tickets for Good

    Would you like to receive a pair of O2 Academy tickets for free? Then please read on……Tickets for Good (T4G) uses ticket sales to create donation programmes within the events industry for charities and social projects. Disability Sheffield are to help explore improving the scheme by holding a Ticket Bank workshop on 9th December 2019 at The Circle, Sheffield. Please let us know if you’re interested in coming along.

  • 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.

  • Getting Fitter is Still Within Reach

    Getting Fitter is Still Within Reach

    Within Reach’s new brochure, designed to engage disabled people of all ages and ability levels to take part in sports and physical activities, is now available. It provides information on local sports clubs and leisure facilities in and around with club details, session times and dates, costs as well as affiliation details.

  • I Can Therapy Centre – ‘Move More, Feel Better’

    I Can Therapy Centre – ‘Move More, Feel Better’

    Operated by independent charity Valley Leisure Ltd, ‘I Can’ provides a “unique movement and exercise experience” designed to mobilise muscles and joints throughout their natural range of movement. The Centre features a circuit of eight specially adapted power assisted exercise equipment machines and one therapy bike – for people of all ages who may be inactive, disabled or living with a long term health condition.

  • Arts & Culture Feature Alongside Invictus UK Trials

    As the Invictus UK Trials take over Sheffield’s sporting venues this month there’s a programme of not to be missed, renowned and befitting art and cultural activities also taking place in the city.

  • Our Leisure Factsheet will Help You to Move More

    Our newly updated Leisure Factsheet is a great place to look if you want to find out about leisure activities for disabled people in Sheffield and live a healthier and more active lifestyle .Perfect for Move More Month this June.

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