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Sheffield Community Equipment Service. In partnership with the Sheffield City Council and CCG, the British Red Cross Sheffield CES provide the loan of Aids for Daily Living throughout the Sheffield community. Loans are prescribed by a medical clinician to allow clients to rehabilitate in their…
The British Sugarcraft Guild is a non-profit-making organisation dedicated to the art of sugarcraft. We have demonstrators & workshops. Annual membership costs £45 and includes membership of the National Sugarcraft Guild and the Sheffield branch. Visitors are welcome for £4 per visit. (Please check these…
The British Tinnitus Association is an independent charity supporting thousands of people who experience tinnitus, educating their families, the wider public and advising medical professionals from across the world. We aim to encourage Tinnitus prevention through our educational programme and to seek effective treatment for…
Works with local people to provide leisure and educational activities and classes. Community Cinema (see separate entry). Classes include: keep fit, crafts, life drawing, various youth groups, women's group, yoga, samba drumming, Iraqi Community, a homework club for secondary school children and community development based…
Broomhall Life Drawing Group offers a weekly drop-in session, please note this is not a taught class. Each art session costs £5 (£4.50 for concessions) and includes refreshments and drawing materials. This price is provided by Broomhall Life Drawing Group, please check it yourself for…
Broomhall Woman's Chairobics is open to women living in Sheffield. The group meets for holistic health activities such as chairobics, exercise class, and healthy eating. Small cost charged for the session. Meets in S10.
Broomhill Library is staffed by volunteers who provide the library service in partnership with Sheffield City Council. The library offers Wi-Fi and the use of computers free to library members. Document scanning and copying is available together with local newspapers, jigsaw puzzles, audio books, CDs, DVDs and language tapes alongside traditional book lending. The library also offers ex-stock and donated books for sale.
A Tenants and Residents Association (TARA), is an unincorporated organisation of the tenants and residents within a defined area who represent their Levy Payers on Housing matters and other matters of concern in their community. They also take forward projects to improve well-being.
0114 243 1605
Buckwood View is a care home with nursing offering 18 beds mainly aimed at people under 65 years. The home caters for people with learning disabilities who need a secure environment and also have medical problems which require the attention of trained nursing staff. The…
The Building Bonds Project is designed to help families and their children to be close, especially in times of crisis, need or trouble. We believe that every child should have the chance to enjoy close and loving contact with their primary caregiver. A comfortable, well fitting hands-free carrier will enable these essential bonds to form, building a happy brain.
Housing Area Offices around Sheffield can answer your enquiries if you are a council tenant, relating to your rent, tenancy, repairs etc.
0114 205 3333 0114 293 0000
The Burngreave Messenger is an independent community newspaper, delivered free, six times per year (8 times per year starting 2017), to over 9000 households in the Burngreave area of Sheffield. The Messenger was first printed in 1999 and is a not-for-profit limited company, and a…
With ten homes across the city of Sheffield, Sheffcare a leading charity, serves the needs of more than 1000 older people and is strongly committed to providing high quality, compassionate care which enhances quality of life. Whatever help you need in making your decision, please don't hesitate to ask. You are welcome to visit any of the Sheffcare homes anytime and we will look forward to meeting you.
The Burton Street Foundation is a not-for-profit community organisation, based in Hillsborough. Around 2500 people use the site every week, for work and for play. They host countless events each year. 14 local businesses are based there, and around 35 charities and community groups use their facilities each week. They run and maintain 5 buildings across 3 sites, including the area's largest indoor community space. This varied activity makes for a vibrant community hub, and a fantastic backdrop to a wide range of day services for people with learning disabilities. Learning disability services have long been an integral part of Burton Street’s work. The organisation’s ethos is to embrace the things people can do, rather than focusing on what they can’t.
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