Social activities at SADACCA

A range of social activities are taking place at SADACCA regularly, at which participants can learn something new as well as make new friends.

Keep Fit

On Mondays from 11am – 12pm, keep fit classes take place, organised by SADACCA's Women's Group. If you are interested in joining in, contact the group on 0114 275 3479.

Sewing Classes

On Monday to Wednesday from 10am – 1pm, sewing classes happen. This is an opportunity to learn how to make your own clothing and meet new people in a friendly atmosphere. If you wish to join in, please contact 0114 275 3479.

IT Drop-in

Five days a week from 10am – 4pm, the SADACCA IT suite is open for people to access the internet, prepare CVs and look for a job. Monday – Friday, 10am – 4pm.

Care in the community

Day care services for elderly and disabled people are open to the community from Monday to Friday, 9am – 4pm. If you wish to use this service, please call 0114 275 3479.

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