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Angram Bank Tenants and Residents Association

Angram Bank Tenants and Residents Association pay for & provide services to the community.

Arbourthorne Centre

Monday-Friday 9am-3.30pm (office times); Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 10am-3pm (Internet Cafe), Monday & Friday 10am-12noon (older people's groups), Tuesday 6-8pm (youth club, 8-13years), Monday, Wednesday & Friday 6-8pm (Karate for adults and children), Tuesday 9.30-11.30am (Work Club), Wednesday at 10am (Zumba)
Works to improve the Arbourthorne estate and benefit residents, focusing on social regeneration. Runs an IT suite with computer courses and an internet cafe. Hosts older people's groups, youth club run by youth workers, Karate, Zumba and Job Club. The centre can refer residents to…

Arbourthorne Community Centre - Computer Course Provider

Runs an IT suite with non-accredited, beginners computer courses and an internet café. Internet café and courses are held at Edenhall Road, S2.
0114 249 5309 07736 968168

Birley Adult Learning

We aim to offer courses that learners want and understand that everyone has their own reasons for joining a class. We will try to help whether you are looking for qualifications to improve your job prospects or are looking for a new interest and to meet new people. We offer adult learning in the college here at Birley and also in the local community and Woodhouse.
Denise Milner
0114 239 2531

British Heart Foundation Ecclesall Road

We are a British Heart Foundation charity shop selling a fantastic range of donated and new items: Women's clothes, including dresses from £4.49 and jumpers from £3.29 men's clothes, such as shirts from £2.99 and jackets from £4.99 children's clothes, including t-shirts from £1.25 and…
Amber Croager
01142669582

Broomhill Community Library at Oriel House

Monday 10.30-6.30pm, Tuesday 10.00am-5.30pm, Wednesday and Friday 10am-5.30pm, Thursday closed, Saturday 10am-4pm
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.
enquiries@broomhill-library.org.uk
0114 273 4276

City of Sanctuary Sheffield

City Of Sanctuary is a movement of people and organisations who want to make Sheffield a welcoming place for asylum-seekers and refugees.

Ecclesfield Library

Ecclesfield Library is run entirely by non-paid volunteers. We continue to offer Sheffield City Council Library Services, including loans of books, DVDs etc. We have 2 People's Network computers available. Colour photocopying, printing & scanning is available. Free WiFi. We also run a parallel book loan system (Yellow Sticker system) consisting of books donated by the local community.
www.ecclesfieldlibrary.co.uk
0114 246 3615

Emmaus

A registered charity and international homelessness organisation, providing accommodation and meaningful work for homeless people. Aims to increase self esteem and break the cycle of homelessness. Runs the Companions Sporting Activities Project which is designed to improve clients health, fitness and sense of wellbeing, boost…

Frecheville Library and Learning Centre

Monday 10am--5.30pm, Tuesday & Wednesday closed, Thursday 9.30am-1pm, Friday 9.30am-6.30pm, Saturday 10.ooam -1.00pm (opening times)• 1st Monday in the month 10.00-11.30am (Baby Time, 0-2 years)• Tuesday 9-11am & Wednesday 1-3pm (computer class es run by Birley Community College, please contact for more information)• last Friday in the month at 10.15am (reading group)• 3rd Saturday in the month 11am-12.30pm (Councillor's Surgery)•
This is an associate library which is run independently and is supported by a grant. Stock and facilities include: A3 and A4 photocopier, children's play equipment, talking books, large print books, newspapers, DVDs, language CDs and notice board. Activities include Baby Time, adult reading group…

Free Computer Classes

The Digital Inclusion Project works to tackle the problem of digital exclusion across Sheffield. There are no start or end dates, just ongoing advice and support tailored to the needs of individual learners. The project is funded by Sheffield City Council and delivered by Heeley Trust.
Heeley Development Trust
0114 399 1070

Gleadless Library

Monday 10am-5pm, Tuesday & Thursday closed, Wednesday & Friday 9.30am-5pm, Saturday 9.30am-12.30pm (opening times)• Every Wednesday at 10-11.30am (coffee morning, drop-in), Every Wednesday 2-3pm (Story and craft time for toddlers, term time only), 2nd Wednesday in the month 4.30-5pm (Councillor's Surgery.). Each Monday morning 10-11am there is a Knit/Craft and Natter Group, Monday afternoon there is a Russian speaking group. We now have an NHS Hearing Aid battery service. To make use of this service you need to bring your booklet yo enable your supply of batteries to be recorded.
This is an associate library which is run independently and is supported by a grant. Stock and facilities include: adult and children's books, large print books, ordnance survey maps, photocopier, newspapers, Talking Books on CD, and DVDs. Activities include story and craft time session for…

Jobcentre Plus

Offers a wide range of advice services to job seekers and employers. Administers new and existing claims for benefits such as Jobseeker’s Allowance, Universal Credit, Employment and Support Allowance, Income Support and Incapacity Benefit.

Jordanthorpe Library

Opening hours: Monday 10am-1pm, Wednesday 10am-5pm, Friday 1-5pm, Saturday 10am-1pm (Closed all day on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays)
Jordanthorpe Library is a volunteer-run community library which is run independently by a local registered charity. As well as having a wide selection of books including talking books, we have a range of other activities and services on offer (see below).

Learn for Life Enterprise Ltd - Computer Course Provider

Learn for Life Enterprise Ltd offers free drop-in beginners computer courses for ESOL learners, adults and the over 50s. Also runs a formal class which costs £10 to enrol for 24 weeks.

Libraries - computers

Some library services in Sheffield are delivered by the Council, and some by community groups and volunteers. This page gives details of computer facilities provided by Council run libraries. To use our computers free of charge you need to be a member of the library.
Library reception
0114 273 4712

Lounge Drop in @ Sheffield Jesus Centre

The drop-in offers a comfortable space with friendship and support for people with housing and other social problems. Services include: food and drink, clothing, laundry, showers, post, telephone room, IT access, lockers, games and books. We offer help with budgeting, finding accommodation and looking for…

Parson Cross Community Development Forum

We offer opportunities for the community by providing a range of classes aimed at improving peoples quality of life such as our Dementia Groups – JABADAO and Forget Me Not Memory Cafe, Tai Chi, 50+ Activities, a Lunch Clubs, Women’s Only Health and Discussion Group, Taekwondo, Berry Academy of Dance, Young at Heart exercise class, IT classes and more
Louise Askew
0114 327 9727 0114 327 9737

Shelter Hub Services - Sheffield

We offer a wide range of help and advice on all housing and homelessness issues.  We have a team of advisers and solicitors who may be able to help you with your problem – and if we can’t help, we work with other agencies who can. We have computers and telephones you can use to access the internet for advice, claim benefits, or bid on properties.
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