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  • Every Body Moves In Sheffield

    Every Body Moves In Sheffield

    Every Body Moves is a fresh campaign to connect disabled people with more opportunities to get active . At the launch more than 150 disabled people took part in a ‘come and try’ session for different sports and activities from archery and dance, to wheelchair basketball and table tennis, at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield. The everybodymoves.org.uk platform features more than 7,000 inclusive sessions and a range of virtual workouts, hints and tips and has been co-produced with disabled people.

  • Move More Big Health Event

    Move More Big Health Event

    Speakup Rotherham are holding their annual Keeping Healthy event in Sheffield with partners at the English Institute of Sport Sheffield on 12th September from 10am to 2.30pm.They have 100 spaces for adults with learning disabilities and autistic people from across Sheffield, Rotherham, Doncaster and Barnsley, to try sporting activities and attend workshops. If you want to go you need to book.

  • Achieving Fairness in Sport and Physical Activity

    Achieving Fairness in Sport and Physical Activity

    New findings published by national charity Activity Alliance reveal the growing adverse impact of the pandemic on disabled people This comes as Activity Alliance launches their new strategy report “‘Achieving Fairness’setting out a clear ambition to close the fairness gap between disabled and non-disabled people within a generation.

  • Sheffield Cycling 4 All Launch Trike Loan Scheme

    Sheffield Cycling 4 All Launch Trike Loan Scheme

    Sheffield City Region have very kindly given our disability cycling project, Sheffield Cycling 4 All ( SC4A ), 4 electric assist tricycles which are available for anyone who can’t ride a two wheeled bike to loan for up to 3 months (depending on demand). We hope that this scheme will enable people to experience pedal power as a viable mode of disability transport.

  • Keeping Physically Active at Home

    Keeping Physically Active at Home

    Our Coronavirus information and Support page contains tips for disabled people to continue exercising at home. Just click on the Physical Health and Exercise link at the top of the page. This includes chair based workouts from Get Yourself Active and SIV home workouts now that the venues are closed and the Exercise Referral Scheme has been postponed.

  • 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.

  • Who Says?

    Who Says?

    For far too long disabled people have faced misconceptions and presumptions on what is and isn’t possible, including in sport. A new exciting campaign from “Activity Alliance” is calling time on negative perceptions about disability, inclusion and sport and asks – who says? Post your own experiences using #WhoSays?

  • 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.

  • Move More Metro: May Edition

    Move More Metro is the organisation’s online newspaper, keeping readers up to date with sports and health news and events throughout Sheffield.Sheffield’s Move More Month is coming up in June!

  • Move More Celebrates Inclusive Sport

    Having any type of impairment can make it even more difficult to be physically active. That’s why Move More has organised a special event celebrating inclusive sport on Thursday March 28th at the English Institute of Sport, on Coleridge Road, Sheffield, S9 5DA . People of all ages are welcome and admission is free for anyone with a disability.

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