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Winter Cricket Coaching for Kids

26 Nov

Millhouses Works Cricket Club are putting on winter cricket coaching every Sunday for 12 weeks from January 6th for boys & girls of all abilities. Booking link here! https://goo.gl/forms/Cs1cpCYkqaLCLhaw2

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Wellness Exercise Sessions in Millhouses and Crookes

14 Nov

Do you want to improve your health but are new to fitness or have a condition that restricts. The Betta Lives Wellness sessions are designed for all abilities and run by specialised instructors. There are weekly classes in Crookes and in Millhouses – see details on posters.

 

Free History Walks in Totley and the City Centre

20 Sep

Drink Wise Age Well have spaces for history walks in Totley and in the City Centre. Spaces are for people aged 50 and over living in Sheffield. Call 0800 032 3723 for more information or to book on.

Sheffield Walking Festival 7-16th September 2018

3 Sep

10 days. 35 walks. 1 amazing city.
Strap on your boots and take in Sheffield on foot as Sheffield Walking Festival returns 7 – 16 September 2018. Over ten days, the festival presents a host of enjoyable walks for a range of abilities, with plenty to see and discover along the way.

The full festival programme for 2018 has now been revealed. All walks are FREE to attend, but you must be registered- follow link for walk details and to book on via eventbrite    http://theoutdoorcity.co.uk/walking-festival/

 

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What Makes Your Neighbourhood Great and What More Could it Offer?

24 Aug

Local Knowledge needed!

Invitation to asset mapping - Porter Valley

Over 50’s Walking Football in Crosspool

14 Aug

12 weeks of walking football in Crosspool begins on Thursday 4th October 2018! A great opportunity for staying healthy and active. Call 0800 0323723 to book your place.

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Samaritans Lend an Ear at Well Being Roadshow in Sheffield

9 Aug

Samaritans volunteers and Sheffield City Council staff will be meeting local residents on Thursday 16 August. The charity will be running a roadshow, sharing wellbeing tips and highlighting the support available to anyone in the community who may not be coping.

The roadshow will run from 10am to 5pm, with Samaritans volunteers providing emotional support in the We Listen trailer in Barkers Pool, Sheffield.

Local mental health charities, Sheffield Mind and Sheffield Flourish are also setting up a stall to raise awareness of their local support and advice services.

 

Read the full story here http://www.sheffieldnewsroom.co.uk/samaritans/

Anyone can contact Samaritans any time, for free, from any phone on 116 123, even a mobile without credit. The number will not show up on your phone bill. You can also email jo@samaritans.org or go to www.samaritans.org to find details of your nearest branch where you can talk to one of our trained volunteers face to face.

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