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Alzheimer's Society holds regular dementia cafés across Sheffield. The aim of the cafés is to provide a relaxed meeting place for people who have dementia, their carers and families to come together with staff working in local dementia services. Whether you are worried about your…
Performances cover all types of light and classical music, involving musicians with local and national reputations. In 2018: Sheku & Isata Kanneh-Mason, Camerata RCO (of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam), Onyx Brass, Jennifer Pike (violin), London Tango Quintet (with Craig Ogden, guitar), Gould Piano Trio, Albion Choir.
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.
Sheffield Central Children's Library - free book lending facility, computer use, homework zone, events and activities for children of all ages.
The Reading Room hosts the Business & IP Centre and the Reception, Reference and Information Services for Sheffield Libraries & Archives
The café is a great starting point for those who want to meet others , build confidence and self-esteem.
0114 213 4075
COMMUNITY HUB A non profit organisation, where we organise Activity classes, day trips and holidays for people with learning and physical disabilities. We specialise in providing services for adults with physical & learning disabilities. Our philosophy is simple - everyone needs enjoyable and interesting activities, and just…
Want to speak to your local councillor?The Library has councillors surgeries for you to drop in and speak to one. Labour party representative will be at the Library on the 2nd Saturday of the month 12pm - 1pm Green Party representative will be at…
Crystal Peaks Library
On the last Monday of every month at midday, we screen a film from our regular programme in an environment designed to suit the needs of people living with dementia. The lights are left on low and the sound is turned down to make our…
Free weekly groups for adults over the age of 50 take place every Wednesday at Ecclesall Library. If you love watching, playing or talking about sport come along to this group. Share your memories or watching or playing sport. Bring along sporting memorabilia to share…
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.
Library re-opening soon. Part of Sheffield Libraries, Archives and Information. Stock and facilities include: Talking Books, journals and magazines, language course materials, CDs, fax service, DVDs, meeting room for hire (see separate entry), A3 and A4 photocopier, community language material available in Arabic, Farsi, Polish, Somali and Urdu.
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…
Join in at a relaxed and social evening of board gaming. Each month we play games with a different theme. It doesn�t matter if you�re an experience gamer or a complete beginner, we�ll have someone on hand to guide you through the rules.
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…
Museums Sheffield: Graves Gallery takes you on a journey through the city's visual art collections, spanning the 16th to the 21st century and including works by famous names such as: JMW Turner, Paul Cezanne, Edward Coley Burne-Jones, Bridget Riley, Marc Quinn and Sam Taylor-Wood. The…
Part of Sheffield Libraries, Archives and Information. Stock and facilities include an A3 & A4 photocopier. Offers DVDs (film and factual), talking books on CD, large print books, community language books, community information, graphic novels and FREE WiFi. Free E-Library service included e-books, e-audiobooks, e-magazines and e-graphic…
The Home Library Service is a FREE service available to any Sheffield resident who has problems accessing their local library due to health or mobility difficulties. We can also offer a temporary service to anyone who might be recovering from illness or surgery. Each month staff will…
0114 273 4277 0114 273 4724
Inspirations offers a bespoke person centred service for individuals with a learning disability who receive direct payments/indicative budget. The service is aimed at people who wish to lead a fulfilling life, pursuing activities and interests which they enjoy. We have a good work ethos around…
Susan Dimler/Angela Cockerill/Richard Wagland
07709800752 - Susan 07980333242 - Angela 07709800951 - Richard
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).