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Do you like Gardening? would you like to volunteer to help others? Volunteers needed for a new gardening club in Chapelgreen working alongside adults with dementia

15 May

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Indoor Car Boot 18th May 2019 at The Venue @thevenueS36

15 May

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Memory Time Cafe “Musical Memories, The Rock and Roll Years” at the Venue 17th May 2019 @thevenueS36

15 May

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“Once Upon a Library” for young budding authors/illustrators at Ecclesfield Library 18th May 2019

14 May

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COPe Roadshows May 2019 at Ecclesfield Library and Stocksbridge Leisure Centre – information and support for young carers

14 May

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Sheffield Mencap and Gateway are a local charity that provides support for over 600 adults and children with learning disabilities and their families and carers in Sheffield.

They have recently been awarded Big Lottery Money to set up a new service called COPe, Carers Outreach Project. This project is to support Carers to get some respite with no cost to themselves.

The team are holding roadshows across the city with information about the COPe project.

Ecclesfield Library are hosting a roadshow on 15th May 2019, 1.30pm – 3.30pm.

Stocksbridge Leisure Centre are hosting a roadshow on 30th May 2019, 10am – 1pm.

Details of other roadshows can be found here: https://www.sheffieldmencap.org.uk/cope-roadshow-dates-announced/

French Conversation Group (Bolsterstone) – Every Tuesday at 10am, All Welcome

9 May

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If interested, please email: frenchconversation@outlook.com

Sheffield City Councils Cohesion Fund is now open

8 May

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Introduction

Sheffield City Council is pleased to relaunch the Cohesion Fund for the financial year 19/20 to support community cohesion in the city.

The fund is for existing or new activity that helps enhance and promote community relations and brings people together in a community.

The purpose of the fund is to help partnerships and community groups in the city with their community cohesion work.

Fund Priorities

  1. Support community infrastructure to enhance community cohesion in the city
  2. Support groups who want to look through the cohesion lens (ie thinking of how to bring different people together first before planning an activity) when delivering their activity and services.
  3. Promote positive community cohesion stories and activities

There are two forms, a shorter form for applications from £250 – £2,000 (Small Grants form) and a longer form for applications from £2,000 – £30,000 (Big Grants form).

Forms are attached, and should be on the Council website very soon as well.

001 Cohesion Fund Small Grants Application Form 19-20

002 Cohesion Fund Big Grants Application Form 19-200

03 Cohesion Fund Guidance Notes 19-200

04 Cohesion Fund Signature and Conditions Form 19-20

Any questions please ask, email us at cohesion@sheffield.gov.uk or ring us on 01142930055.

Please feel free to share this with community groups and your networks in Sheffield.

“Pop In” Police Station at Stannington 9th May 2018

8 May

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For details of YOUR Neighbourhood Policing team visit: www.southyorkshire.police.uk

http://www.facebook.com/southyorkshirepolice – Sheffield Central & Northwest NHP

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Remember for Non-Emergencies Dial 101

High Green Miners Welfare Community Hall has room hire available -large hall and kitchen with cooking facilities, onsite parking (suitable for large or small activities)

2 May

High Green Miners Welfare Community Hall, 47 Greno View Road, Sheffield, S35 4GX

There are spaces available for hire at the High Green Miners Welfare Community Hall on Greno View Road.

The hall is currently used by a wide range of community groups and exercise groups from a Local Choir to Martial arts and a variety of exercise classes including Zumba.

High Green is in desperate need of a lunch club and the High Green Miners Welfare has all the facilities to host one –  if you would be interested in setting up a lunch club or volunteering at one then please contact Teresa Bond.

The building consists of a large room with a stage, a spacious kitchen area with cooking facilities and an onsite parking .

If you are looking for a large space for a community event, regular community activities, exercise classes or even to meet for a chat and a cuppa then the High Green Miners Welfare Community Hall may be just what you need.

For the room hire prices and bookings contact:-

Telephone: 0114 273 5621
Email: PFMContactCentre@sheffield.gov.uk

 

Or for more information contact Teresa Bond on 0114 205 3598 or email: Teresa.bond@sheffield.gov.uk

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Lonely? Fed Up? Want to socialise and meet people? All Welcome to the Friendship Lunch at The Blue Ball on 20th May 2019 (Wharncliffe Side)

24 Apr

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