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  • Temporary Changes to Footpaths and Highways in Sheffield

    Temporary Changes to Footpaths and Highways in Sheffield

    Sheffield City Council have announced details on temporary changes to footpaths and highways in Sheffield as lockdown eases and people begin to return to the city.One of the main priorities of the changes is to make sure that Sheffield City Council do what they can to help prevent the spread of Covid-19 and help lessen the chances of a ‘second peak.’

  • Sheffield's Outdoor City Survey 2020

    Sheffield's Outdoor City Survey 2020

    Sheffield City Council are asking everyone to help them to understand how important our local outdoor spaces are to you – from city parks to the Peak District – and what you like to do when you’re out and about.

  • It's not Time to Relax - It's Not over Yet

    It's not Time to Relax - It's Not over Yet

    Greg Fell, Director of Public Health at Sheffield City Council, explains the importance of continuing to follow the official guidance, after the latest relaxation of lockdown restrictions, to avoid a second wave of infection. People with learning disabilities can also ‘spread the news’ with Easy Read information from Speakup.

  • Have your Say on Sheffield's Inclusion Strategy: Survey for Parents and Carers

    Have your Say on Sheffield's Inclusion Strategy: Survey for Parents and Carers

    If you are a parent or carer of a child with a Special Educational Need and/or Disability (SEND) then Sheffield City Council would like your help to develop their new Inclusion Strategy for Sheffield. The survey is open until Sunday 22 September 2019

  • People Keeping Well in their Community

    ‘People Keeping Well in their Community’ is a community-based prevention activity in Sheffield that can help to prevent and delay people needing to access health and social care services.

  • Sheffield Council Want your Views on Post 16 and Home to School Travel and Transport Policies

    This is your chance to give your views on both Sheffield City Council’s new Home to School policy and the Post-16 policy. Please note the different deadlines for feedback.

  • Sheffield's New 'Care at Night' Service

    The new ‘Care at Night’ service developed collaboratively between Sheffield City Council and the Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) launches on May 6th. The collaboration aims to deliver person centred care through a jointly funded service.

  • Share your Experiences of Accessing Mental Health Services in Sheffield

    Have you had recent experiences of accessing or trying to access Mental Health Services in Sheffield in the last 2 years? If so, you are invited to take part in a survey as part of a call for evidence for the Joint Scrutiny Review of Mental Health Services. This survey closes on 8th March 2019.

  • Local Assistance Scheme : Grants from Sheffield City Council

    Following the abolition of some parts of the Department for Work and Pensions Social Fund (Community Care Grants and Crisis Loans), Sheffield City Council launched the Local Assistance Scheme in June to support independent living in the community and Sheffield residents in crisis situations.

  • You Can Leave Your Patch On...

    Sheffield City Council have given a cheeky nod to The Full Monty in their new campaign to encourage giving up smoking with this video set to a cover of Tom Jones’ classic tune.

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