Posted by: southadmin | 23/05/2013

Sheffield for Democracy

Sheffield for Democracy

What next after the Community Assemblies?

 The City Council is currently consulting on its plans

 “Sheffield for Democracy” is hosting an event

for people to have their say.

  

Thursday 30 May

7.15pm

 Quaker Meeting House, by the side of the Cathedral.

 info@sheffieldfordemocracy.org.uk 

 You are cordially invited to come and share your views with us.

We will then be making our own submission.

 

The City Council’s consultation ends on 3rd June.

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Posted by: southadmin | 21/05/2013

Computers 4 Communication

Starting this Friday there is an opportunity for you to learn how to use a computer!

To find out more please open the poster attached Computers 4 Communication poster

You must live or work in Lowedges, Baremoor or Jordanthrope to be eligible for this FREE course.

 

Posted by: southadmin | 21/05/2013

Easy Street – CATS publicity

In South Sheffield just of Chesterfield Road we have a youth theatre company called Easy Street.  The young people that attend this company are aged between 6 and 21years. Easy street is a very vibrant, and positive place for young people who are interested in performing arts.  The company is run by a group of 8 volunteers including young people and there parents.These volunteers work extremely hard to ensure that the young people can put on at least 4 performances a year.  Which means allot of fundraising and hard work backstage too from our volunteers.

 

In July 2013 the 11-21 yr. old members will be performing “CATS” the musical at the

Montgomery Theater , Surry STreet

                10th -13th  July

           7.15pm

Tickets cost £12 adults and Concession £10 (there is also a discount for group booking of 20 = £9.00 per ticket)

 

I think its the purrrrfect opportunity to  support for some of the city’s creative and talented young people, 

 invite your friends,family or community groups to see the show and support a local community organisation.

 

Ticket hotline 07542131449

Posted by: southadmin | 20/05/2013

Recognised Provider List

Recognised Provider List

 If you are looking for an organisation to provide you with:

  • home support (cleaning cooking, laundry, shopping)
  • befrienders or personal assistants
  • medication support
  • personal care (bathing, washing, dressing)
  • advice services and help with household budgeting
  • respite care or sitting services
  • supporting planning for Self-Directed Support / Personal Budget
  • day centres, social, cultural or learning groups

you may wish to choose one of the care and support providers on Sheffield City Council’s Recognised Provider List. 

These organisations have received the Council’s quality standard mark because they have met our standards, will be checked by us on a regular basis, and will aim to give you a quality service. 

You can find the full Recognised Provider List (RPL) on www.sheffieldhelpyourself.org.uk/rpl. All care and support organisations that have achieved Recognised Provider status have the Recognised Provider logo next to their entry on www.sheffieldhelpyourself.org.uk, which is a searchable database.  If you need help to access Sheffield Help Yourself please telephone 0114 273 4763.

 If you are a care and support provider in Sheffield who would like to apply to be a Recognised Provider please visit www.sheffield.gov.uk/rpl.  The applications process has ongoing deadline dates of 31 May and 30 November every year.

The inclusion of any organisation on the Recognised Provider List is not intended to be and shall not constitute a recommendation by Sheffield City Council. No representation, express or implied, is or will be made and no liability or responsibility is or will be accepted by Sheffield City Council in respect of any organisation included on the Recognised Provider List and in respect of, or in any way arising out of the provision of, or failure to provide services by any organisation. It is important that you satisfy yourself that any organisation on the Recognised Provider List is suitable for your own requirements.

Recognised Provider List Poster

The Consultation

The Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy for Sheffield is a plan to ensure the services in Sheffield meet the health and wellbeing needs of Sheffield people.

In summer 2012 we carried out an initial consultation on our Strategy, and, after changing some elements of the Strategy following on from the consultation, it was approved by Sheffield’s Clinical Commissioning Group and Cabinet. In March we held a series of events around the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) which focused on the outcomes in the Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy. The information from the JSNA and the previous consultation has been used to define further areas that the Health and Wellbeing Board would like to talk to people about.

Tell Us What You Think

From now until 21st June 2013 we will be consulting widely with the public, professionals and stakeholder organisations on the next stage of the strategy’s development. We’d like to hear from you about:

  • How the changes to welfare benefits are affecting you, and what would help.
  • What would help you to have better access to healthcare.
  • What would help you or someone you know to stay well and/or live independently at home.
  • How you or your children could have a healthier lifestyle.
  • What would help you to stay happy and well.

You can tell us what you think by completing our online questionnaire, or if you prefer, you can download a copy of the questionnaire and send it to us by email or post (full details are on the questionnaire).

More information, and the questionnaire are available on our consultation web pages.

If you belong to a group or organisation and would like to hold a discussion or focus group with your members to make a collective response, I attach some guidance on how to go about this which you may find useful. Please contact us if you’d like any more information or support to respond to this consultation.

Health Wellbeing Consultation Questions Final  pdf

Health Wellbeing Consultation Questions Final word doc.

Public Consultation Flyer Final

Focus Group Guidance

 

Launch of the Sheffield 50+ Membership Survey Report

Thursday May 16, 2013, 10.30 am – 12.30 pm

The Showroom Cinema and Café, 15 Paternoster Row,

Sheffield, S1 2BX (Flyer and programme attached)

 

You are invited to join us at the launch of the Sheffield 50+ Membership Survey report on May 16, 10.30 am to 12.30 pm, flyer attached.  Flyer for 50 plus 16 May event

We do hope you will be able to attend to listen to the findings and pick up a copy of the summary report.

The survey, funded by the cooperative, is one of the largest ever carried out to gather opinions and attitudes to living in Sheffield as an older person and is a useful tool for anyone working with or making decisions on behalf of older people.  There will also be a showing of the 1970’s publicity film made by Sheffield City Council ‘A City on the Move’.

If you can join us please confirm your attendance by:

Telephoning Julie Berrisford on 0114 273 5426

or emailing juliesheffield50plus@yahoo.co.uk

Please click on the link to access a copy of the Job Advert Advert Administrative Officer April 2013

Posted by: southadmin | 02/05/2013

Gleadless Valley Community Forum – VACANCY

 

Gleadless Valley Community Forum (GVCF)

 VACANCY

 Part time Finance Coordinator

 Purpose of Role: To coordinate all financial functions and office management tasks within the Forum.

 Hours: 14 hours per week. (Days of work negotiable)

 Location: One4All Community Hub, Sheffield, S14 1TD

 Salary: £18,250 pro rata

 Accountable to: General Manager/CEO

 Length of contract: Until March 31st 2014 initially. Dependant on funding   the post may be extended

 Deadline for receipt of applications: 12noon 10th May 2013

Interviews: Wednesday 22nd May 2013

 

For full application pack or an informal chat about the post, contact Steve Rundell at the Forum Office on: 0114 2649446 or email steve.rundell@gvcf.org.uk

Posted by: southadmin | 26/04/2013

Dawn Chorus Bird Walk

Dawn chorus at Heeely City Farm, Sunday 19th May, 5.30 - 7.30 a.m.

Posted by: southadmin | 26/04/2013

Children’s Craft Sessions – Heeley City Farm

Saturday craft sessions at Heeley City Farm from May 2013

Posted by: southadmin | 26/04/2013

Ewe to You – Heeley City Farm

Ewe to you at Heeley City Farm with Hallamshire Guild of Spinners, Weavers and Dyers, Sunday and Monday, 5th and 6th May

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