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Tramlines Festival 2020 lineup announcement

7 Feb

Sheffield’s biggest city-based music festival, Tramlines 2020 lineup has arrived. Headliners have been revealed as Ian Brown, Catfish and the Bottlemen and Madness, plus over 25 more acts have been unveiled. A limited number of weekend and day tickets are still available. Don’t miss out!

Full lineup & ticket info


Exercise for people with dementia

7 Feb

Physical Activity


Community Health Course

5 Feb

Community Health Course

COMAC Ceilidh

17 Jan

Got the Winter Blues?

Fed up with Clubs and Disco’s?

Need to get out more?

Want to bump into lots of new people?

Come along to the COMAC (Bike Refurbishing Project for Asylum Seekers) Fundraising Ceilidh!!

In association with The Fabulous Well Dressed Band.

A fun social and dance, no experience necessary.  (More fun without any?)

Cash Bar provided, but please bring food to share. (do please label ingredients)

Sunday 26th January 2020 Doors 7.00pm – Dancing from 7.30pm

Broomhall Centre, Broomspring Lane, Sheffield S10 2FD

Buy your Tickets online at  : £7 in advance online / £8 on the door Concessions £6  Under 16’s free



Small Grants for Community Groups

18 Dec


Zest – Health Link Worker Job Vacancy

17 Dec

An exciting new opportunity has arisen in our Health Team. They are looking for the right person who will act as a single point of access for patients who are referred through our social prescribing service. The role will involve supporting patients to access services that can enable them to improve their own health and achieve their personal goals.

Please click on the link below to view the job details:

Working for Us

Update on Ponderosa Park

3 Oct

Our Parks and Countryside teams will be on site at Ponderosa Park this week, working to reinstate the area after it was affected by the severe weather conditions at the weekend.

Councillor Mary Lea, Cabinet Member for Culture, Parks and Leisure at Sheffield City Council said:

“Due to severe weather conditions last weekend, we unfortunately had to take the decision to cancel the second the day of Bass in the Park as it became unsafe for visitors.

“We are now working with the event organisers to reinstate Ponderosa Park following the heavy rain that took place there. “We would like to thank residents for their patience whilst we work hard to get the park back to looking its best.”