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  • Get Down and Winter Party !

    Get Down and Winter Party !

    It’s been a while ! but our spectacular fundraising event is back at Crookes Social Club. A night of live music, dancing and fun with our staff, volunteers ,friends and anyone else who wants to attend will be the perfect way to celebrate the great year we’ve had at Disability Sheffield. We’ll also be saying goodbye to our wonderful CEO Emily and her partner Luke so do please come along to our Winter Party on Sunday 15th January 2022 (6 – 9pm).

  • Thank you , Christmas Party Poppers

    Thank you , Christmas Party Poppers

    Our Christmas Party on 20 December at Crookes Social Club was a fantastic evening and we’d like to say thank you to everyone who came along . We raised just under £400 but more importantly nearly 70 people attended including quite a lot of people who would not normally go to live music events but felt that our event was accessible for them.Special thanks to Morris from Crookes Social Club who is a star and so generous offering us the venue for free; to Pitball Panda and Yo Dymo for offering their time and fab music for free and not forgetting our favourite DJs Tom and Mark, thank you both for helping to make the party so memorable.

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