Walking for Purpose – Looking for Work?

22 Jun

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Are you caring for someone with Dementia? We’d like to hear from you!

22 Jun

Care event

Eid Fest – Sunday 2nd July

19 Jun

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Age Better in Sheffield – Biscuit Club!

19 Jun

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Fun Palaces Workshop at The Crucible

19 Jun

A Fun Palaces Workshop will be on held on Thursday 6th July 2017, from 1.30pm to 4.30pm, at The Crucible and we would love for you to come along! A delicious light lunch will be provided, with refreshments available throughout the afternoon.

This will be an interactive session led by Fun Palaces, a chance to find out about our work, and explore how you can get involved in and contribute to the UK wide campaign for art, science, craft and tech – culture created by, with and for all.  The Fun Palaces movement is based on the belief ‘Everyone an Artist, Everyone a Scientist’ and here at Sheffield Theatres we are excited to be playing such an important role in the campaign, by hosting the Fun Palaces Ambassador role and by throwing open the doors of The Crucible once again this October for our third Fun Palace weekend of free events.


The workshop is for absolutely anyone with an interest in Fun Palaces – workers, volunteers, community leaders, activists, artists, scientists, makers, collaborators and supporters – everyone is welcome and the more the merrier!  This will be an opportunity to throw around ideas, stimulate and generate new ones, meet people, share successes, build links, explore partnerships, find solutions (or try!) and get creative in thinking about how to build stronger communities, with our cultural assets at the core.  We are striving to build and strengthen local networks for art and culture across our communities, and we would love for you to be involved.


Please contact Beverley Nunn (Fun Places Ambassador) at by Thursday 29th June to secure a place and to ensure a seat and sandwich has your name on it.


Fire Safety Information Reminder for Sheffield Council Tenants

15 Jun

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Dear tenant or resident,

Following the recent fire in at Grenfell tower block in London, we wanted to reassure you about how seriously we take fire safety and what you can do to keep you and your home safe.

Safety is our main consideration in the design, build and updating of tower blocks. Since the 1990s, significant investment has taken place to all blocks in Sheffield, and millions of pounds have been spent on measures that minimise fire risk.

Regular Fire Risk assessments take place and each tower block is visited daily to check it is safe. We tackle any issues with tenants, particularly around the removal of waste.

We still don’t know the reasons why the fire spread so quickly in London. We would like to reassure you that once we receive the details, if we need to change any arrangements to keep tenants safe, then we will.


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Commissioner’s Community Grant Scheme – Now Open!

14 Jun

CC Grant Scheme

For more information please contact

Samantha Mawson

Senior Communications Officer

South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner

Carbrook House, Carbrook Hall Road, Sheffield, S9 2EH

Telephone: 0114 296 4154 Internal: 714154

Mobile: 07833 483511


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