Arbouthorne TARA AGM Friday 18th May 2018 at Arbourthorne Social Centre on East Bank Road

15 May

Arbourthorne Agm


Building a Stronger Britain Together – Funding Opportunity, Deadline is 16th Feb 2018 at 5pm.

19 Jan

The next round of the Building a Stronger Britain Together (BSBT) programme is now open.

The programme supports groups who work to create more resilient communities, stand up to extremism in all its forms and offer vulnerable individuals a positive alternative, regardless of race, faith, sexuality, age and gender. Grants up to £50,000 are available.

Grants are available across the country; locally they will be processed by South Yorkshire’s Community Foundation. An information event for Sheffield groups is being held in the Town Hall on Friday 26th January at 11am. If you’d like to come, contact Andrew Male on or 07884252150 to book a place.


Guidance and link to the application form here . The deadline is 5pm on 16th February 2018


Volunteering Fair is on Thursday 1st March 2018 at Sheffield Town Hall

19 Jan

Volunteering fair

Our next Volunteering Fair is on Thursday 1st March at Sheffield Town Hall, and you can book a stall for your organisation here.

The event will be held on Thursday 1st March from 10am-4pm in the Reception Rooms

at the Town Hall, which are on the first floor and wheelchair accessible with lift access.

Business Sheffield – Information sessions Jan – March 2018

19 Jan


Business Information Sessions January – March 2018

Business information sessions, all of which are free of charge.  To reserve yourself a place or for more information please call our Gateway on 0800 043 55 22 or 0114 224 5000.  Our sessions are very popular so places are limited to one person per company/organisation.  In the event of a session being fully booked, we will offer you the option to go on a shortlist in case we have any cancellations.


Health & Wellbeing Day 6th Feb 2018 at 10.30am – 1pm at Ponds Forge International Sports Centre

10 Jan

health poster

Dancing in the Skyline 22nd Feb 2018 @Ponds Forge

10 Jan

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19 Dec

Sheffielders are being asked to give their views on council services and where money should be allocated as part of Sheffield City Council’s budget conversation.

The council faces increasing demand for services, including adults’ and children’s social care, on top of cuts from central Government following seven years of austerity. Its plans include adding a three per cent social care precept to next year’s council tax bills, as 95 per cent of councils did this year. This will equate to an extra 52p per week for most households – however, even with this additional funding, this will not cover all of the extra demand for social care.

From Monday 11 December, people are asked to complete a survey online. A printed version of the budget survey is also available on request by emailing or phoning 0114 293 0239. Public events will also be held across the city in the New Year where people can find out more and have their say.

Councillor Olivia Blake, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Finance at Sheffield City Council, said: “Next year we’re expecting to have to make further savings of more than £30 million. At the same time, demand for our services is increasing.

“We want to make sure people have the chance to tell us their priorities and where they think the opportunities are to invest or save more.

“We’ve been put in financial stranglehold by the Government cuts and need to continue to provide essential services, including to the most vulnerable in our city.

“Please get involved and have your say.”

People can take the survey online at  Information about the public events will be publicised in January.

Sheffield City Council’s final budget for 2018/19 will be agreed in March 2018, including decisions about council tax levels.

About Sheffield City Council’s budget:

2018/19 will be the 8th year of Government budget cuts to local councils.

Between 2011/12 and 2017/18 Sheffield City Council has had to save £390 million. Over the same period, the council has seen a 45 per cent reduction in grant funding.

The council will spend 1,343 million in 2017 to 2018. Visit  to find how this money is spent and where it comes from.