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A-PLUS DRUMLINE Europe’s first percussion ensemble for adults (16+) with a disability. Learn practical drumming skills in a friendly and relaxed environment. Meets at Autism Plus, Exchange Brewery, Bridge Street, on Tuesdays at 5.00 pm. No experience or equipment required! Please contact for further information.
Access Space, in Sheffield city centre, is for people interested in art, design, computers, recycling, music, electronics, photography and more, to share and develop skills and work on creative, enterprising and technical projects. #FightForYourRightToRepair, a DIY repair day, is every Wednesday, 11am-5pm, (except during August).…
Family days out for families with children with Aspergers - check website or phone for details of forthcoming trips. There will be no staff present on these trips & children remain the responsibility of their parents/carers at all times. These events have been organised for…
When: Alternate Wednesdays Time: 7-9pm A youth club for teenagers with Asperger's Syndrome, activities include arts and craft, snooker/pool, table tennis, football, a computer suite, outdoor activities and a wii. Our aim is for the teenagers to have fun, ‘chill out and make new friends’.
Active Kids holiday camp is a multi-sport and activity camp for children aged 5-14 years which runs over the Easter, May half term and summer holidays. We offer a range of sports and activities including swimming lessons, bouldering, trampolining, football, team sports, arts and crafts and much more
Welcome to Adventures Are Us we offer a wide range of fast fun exciting adventures that are tailor-made to suit either indoors or outdoors at a variety of different locations in Sheffield and the Peak District. Activities include weaselling, orienteering, nature mini beasts, trail, stream scrambling, rock rope assault, snakes & ladders, low & high ropes, boulder dash, orienteering, treasure hunts, river crossing challenge, tandem, trisail and big air abseils, tandem climbs, rock hopping, bouldering, survival, adventure games, fortress, black hawk down, SAS are you tough enough, first aid skills plus many more.
Alive is a fun, safe and relaxed environment for adults with learning / physical disabilities in Sheffield. Our aim is to promote mental and physical wellbeing. We achieve this by developing and maintaining mental and physical skills while being engaged in activities and therapies. Come and meet new people and make lifelong friends.
Interactive personal animal encounter workshops featuring a range of wonderful and friendly creatures from insects, snakes and lizards to bunnies. At the venue of your choice presented by our knowledgeable and caring rangers.
Established by Autism Plus, Beanstalk Gardens is a social enterprise offering a wide range of horticultural sessions ranging from beginners, individuals who require support, intermediate work placements and advanced apprenticeships and paid placements. These groups offer a progression route from supported sessions to meaningful employment.As…
Founded in 1970 by local parents we continue to be a valued part of the community. We provide a warm and loving environment for your child to start their learning journey. We offer care and education for children from 2 years to school age and currently have…
Sheffield-based BodyMindTherapy Clinic provides a range of services to clients. From traditional to cutting edge, we incorporate mindfulness, yoga, counseling, EMDR and Cognitive Behavioural Therapies into a complete package tailored to help you.
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…
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.
CHICKS is a registered charity that provides free respite breaks for disadvantaged children from across the UK. A CHICKS break inspires new confidence and gives these children the chance to have fun, try new things and form positive childhood memories. We live by our own…