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Carpenter Room, The - Venue for hire

Monday - Saturday
The Carpenter Room is situated on the 1st floor of the Art Deco Central Library building in the city centre, and offers a reasonably priced alternative space for hire for community groups, voluntary groups and businesses, whether for a one-off event or regular activity sessions.…

Carterknowle and Millhouses Community Group (CKMCG)

We meet 3-4 times a year, normally March, June, September & December
A community group which aims to work together with statutory and voluntary bodies in the general area of Carterknowle, Millhouses and beyond to improve the environment, provide opportunities for recreation and leisure, advance education and protect health; and support and represent residents of the area in planning issues and local developments.
Mike Hodson
07887 570762
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Carterknowle Junior School

We are a junior school in the south of the city. We are a two form entry school.
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Casey Broadhurst, Childminder

Spaces available with immediate starts We are a busy home from home setting offering lots of new experiences. Following interests of the children.
Casey Broadhurst

Cassinelli's - Venue to hire

We are a cafe situated in Sheffield City centre business district, just a stones throw from Sheffield Cathedral. We offer coffee and a brunch menu and are very proud of all our fresh cakes, coffee and food.
Alice Cassinelli

CAST - Creative Arts Support Team

CAST is part of Recovery Enterprises  and is for people who have lived experience of mental health issues, volunteers and workers who are passionate about arts for mental health and wellbeing. CAST runs regular workshops as part of the Time Builders Programme at St…
Chrissie Hinde
Chrissie Hinde 07592 589167 Neil Simpson 07534106339


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.

Castle Lunch Club (Salvation Army)

Lunch club for older people
Lunch Club Referral Service
0114 2536674

Cath James, Music Tuition

I provide folk fiddle lessons in Walkley. Tuition covers mainly Celtic traditional music from Ireland, Scotland, England and Nova Scotia. I can tutor all levels of students from absolute beginners to advanced, and classical "converters".
Cath James
0114 232 0421 07971 163740

Catherine Marshall, Childminder

Home based Childcare for young children from 9months to 12 years. A caring environment for children to prosper and learn.
Catherine Marshall
0114 221 3871 07790 276668

Catherine Oliver, Childminder

I have been childminding for 4 years and have developed a wealth of experience over that time. I have two children myself,both of school age and so am always out and about doing varied and stimulating activities with my children.   
Catherine Oliver

Catherine Scully, Childminder

I have been registered as a childminder since 2010. I provide a warm, safe, friendly home environment with a family atmosphere in which children feel valued, can play, learn and develop. I provide a routine which will include suitable developmntal experiences appropriate to the age…
Catherine Scully
0114 257 6180 07720 874802

Cavendish Cancer Care - Buddy Scheme

Our Cancer Buddies are a group of trained volunteers who have either had cancer themselves or have cared for someone with cancer who can phone you or meet face to face to offer some additional support. Because they have been in a similar situation, they can understand what it is like to deal with a cancer diagnosis as a patient or as a partner or family member. This support is free.

Cavendish Cancer Care - Children and Young People's Service

Cavendish Cancer Care offers a specialist service to children and young people up to the age of 18 whose lives have been affected by cancer. This includes those who have had cancer themselves as well as those who have been affected by a diagnosis of cancer within their family or friends. This service is free.

Cavendish Cancer Care - General Services

At Cavendish Cancer Care we support local people who are living with cancer. We give them and their families the chance to talk in confidence and offer complementary therapies and counselling. Our service is free. We aim to see people within 5 days.

CCT Community Enablement Team

Supporting individuals to learn skills to maintain their home and lifestyle choices, access the community, education and work placements.

Cellar Space, The

The Cellar Space works with children and young people to promote education through therapeutic interventions. Young people are often referred for therapeutic work when they are at risk of exclusion or have poor attendance at school. Young people attend for half day sessions where they…
Harry Jenkinson
0114 279 9276

Central Childrens and Young Peoples Library

Monday - Saturday
Sheffield Central Children's Library - free book lending facility, computer use, homework zone, events and activities for children of all ages.

Central Elim Pentecostal Church

Pentecostal Church providing activities for all ages. A registered charity.

Central Library Reading Room

Open hours are 9.30am-5.30pm on Monday,Tuesday,Thursday,Friday 1.00pm-8.00pm on Wednesday and 10.00am-4.00pm on Saturday
The Reading Room hosts the Business & IP Centre and the Reception, Reference and Information Services for Sheffield Libraries & Archives

Cerebro Ltd - Autism, ADHD and Learning Difficulties Assessment Service

We offer expert, multidisciplinary assessment for children and young people who may have a neuro-developmental disorder such as Autism (ASD), ADHD or Learning Difficulties. We are also able to offer assessments for adults (over 18).
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Chailey Heritage Foundation

A registered pioneering charity providing education, care and transition services for children, young people and young adults with complex physical difficulties and health needs.
Pam Whiting
01825 724444

Challenge Cancer Through Adventure

Challenge Cancer Through Adventure is a Peak District based charity run entirely by volunteers. We help people who are based in our region who are living with cancer or a life threatening illness to change their outlook, rebuild confidence and regain control of their lives by undertaking an outdoor adventure challenge.
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