Information Shop: Drop-in sessions

Health Information

Every Monday 11am–2pm

Come and join the healthy eating sessions; find out about the regular health walks or just pick up an information leaflet (available in many community languages).

You will also be able to discuss your health concerns and needs with Community Development & Health Workers Fatima Musa and Norah Brown Fatima and Norah will be able to support your group in organising your own health events.

The sessions are friendly, informal and fun. Come along and have a chat.

For more information contact: Norah Brown, Community Development and Health Worker. Ivy Lodge Clinic, 234 Rutland Road, Sheffield S3. Tel: 0114 271 6978 or 07970 287 390

Modern Apprenticeships for All

Every Tuesday 1pm–3pm

Apprenticeships for All provides employment and training opportunities to residents of Burngreave, aged 16 – 60, who are looking for work. We have a wide range of Apprenticeship employment opportunities, covering many different areas of work (e.g. administration & IT, construction, catering, printing, plus many more).

The Apprenticeship programme includes work experience or an employment opportunity, and the option to study towards a vocational qualification. All employment opportunities and training will be directly relevant to the Apprentice's chosen area of work.

Contact details: M. Jhangir Ali (Project Co-ordinator) Forum House, 35 Spital Hill, Sheffield S4 7UD. Telephone: 0114 272 2743 Fax: 0114 272 2745.


Opening Times: 9am–5pm, Monday to Friday

Small Grants Fund

Every Wednesday 2:00pm–4:00pm

If you have an idea for an activity or event that will benefit the local community call in to discuss your idea with Chris Dignam, Small Grants Co-ordinator. No appointment necessary. Grants of up to £5,000 are available, although larger projects may be considered.

For an informal discussion call Chris on 0114 292 0460

Emotional Health and Wellbeing

Every Wednesday 2:30pm–4:00pm

The emotional wellbeing outreach service is a confidential service for Yemeni men and Pakistani women living in Burngreave. If you fall in to either of those groups and sometimes suffer from low moods; are scared or confused; have difficulty sleeping or eating and feel unable to cope with day to day life call in on Wednesday afternoon for a chat. Contact details: North day Service, 259 Pitsmoor Road, Sheffield S3 9AQ.

Telephone: 0114 226 2669

Burngreave Literacy Campaign

Every Thursday & Friday 2.00pm until 4.00pm

Learners from the campaign on hand to supporting residents to improve literacy and recruiting and supporting adults to participate in learning, while undertaking training to improve their own skills and increase their long term employment prospects.

Contact details: Forum House, 35 Spital Hill, Sheffield, S4 7LD Tel: 0114 279 4960



Burngreave Advocacy Now

Every Friday 2.30pm–4.00pm

Burngreave Advocacy Now is a free, independent, generic, culturally appropriate community advocacy, whether that is help reading letters or someone to go with you to appointments.

For more information you can contact Fouzia Ali at:

Floor 3, SADACCA, 48 Wicker, Sheffield, S3 8JB.

Telephone 0114 275 0249


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