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Sporting Memories

Monday 11am-12pm
A relaxed social event aimed at older men, especially those living with dementia,although anyone in need of company is welcome
Helen Peck
0114 2039533

Befriending service

Share a cuppa and a chat with one of our friendly volunteers. Open to anyone over 18 in Foxhill, Parson Cross, Southey Green and Grenoside. We do home visits or can meet you in a comfortable location such as a local coffee shop.
Rosalind Gibb
0114 231 5522

Remember When... A cafe for Body and Mind

Serving healthy food and sweet treats, in a cosy venue with stunning views, we provide an ambiance and activities to stimulate memories and conversation. We serve home cooked food, all made from the freshest of ingredients which have been  locally sourced where possible.  We aim to combat loneliness and social…


b:friend is a charity aiming to reduce loneliness and social isolation in people aged 65 and over. We receive referrals via our website from anyone who may identify a person who would benefit from extra company. Volunteer befrienders visit socially isolated neighbours for an hour a week, hoping to reduce loneliness and make the life of our older neighbours a little happier.
Rayella Broomhead
0114 2210 270 07542 006912

Hillsborough (Trinity) Community Lunch Club

Our Lunch club is friendly and welcoming and aims to reduce isolation in older people within our local community by offering an opportunity once a fortnight to meet with others to share good food, enjoy interesting activities and make new and lasting friendships.

Tuesday Social Club

Drop-in social club
James Saunders Mon-Fri 11am-2.30pm
07523 199014 (Mon-Fri 11am-4pm)

Stocksbridge Community Care Group

Stocksbridge Community Care Group works to combat the loneliness and isolation of older people in the area and helps people to live well with dementia
Dave Cooper
0114 283 0141

Social Prescribing in South East Sheffield

Social Prescribing Link Workers are based within the community to help reduce health inequalities and support individuals to lead a healthier lifestyle, connect with the community and access services/activities to help improve health and wellbeing.
Lucy Beal/ Matilda Moulam/ Lori Lorenz
07948905071 07950844081 07940352364

Stand Alone

We support people who are estranged from their family or children. We aim to break down the stigma around estrangement and support estranged people in their daily lives. Stand Alone offers support services to prevent estranged adults becoming vulnerable. We talk openly about the experience of…

Greenhill Methodist Church Coffee mornings

Safe, clean and open space to come and make new friends and catch up with old ones.

Porter Valley in Touch

The service is delivered by Age UK Sheffield in partnership with the Porter Valley Primary Care Network, through a team of volunteers and staff. Its aim is to support older people who live in the Porter Valley Primary Care Network area to gain a greater sense of health and wellbeing, through being supported to regain or retain their independence and become less socially isolated.

Churches Together in Broomhill and Broomhall, Community Worker with older people

to reduce the isolation and loneliness of older people within the communities of Broomhill and Broomhall. Offering support with appointments, benefits, outings and social events or just by listening and offering a helping hand.
Claire Brooks
0114 2680976 answerphone only 07765553216 Monday to Wednesday and Thursday morning

Versus Arthritis

We’re 10 million people living with arthritis. We’re healthcare professionals, researchers, carers and supporters. All of us Versus Arthritis.
Helpline: 0800 5200 520 (freephone Monday-Friday 9.00am-8.00pm) General Enquiries: 0300 790 0400

Steel Inn Community Workshop

Volunteering in the workshop may especially benefit older men who want to be productive, feel useful. and work together with others.

Grief Counselling

We all experience loss. Losing someone or something we cared about brings pain and grief. We can feel overwhelmed, isolated, confused or simply stuck. Grief Counselling can help you to accept your grief and heal the pain of loss.
Tobias Oliver
0114 267 9614 07816133151

Hope Community Allotment

Sessions run on Monday & Thursday from 9:30am – 12:30pm. A Saturday sessions runs from 10am until 1pm.
We are a small not-for profit organisation with charitable status run by volunteers. We offer a supportive space where people with learning disabilities, autism, physical or mental ill-health have the opportunity to participate in the range of gardening activities.
Sheena Clarke

Regard - National Organisation of Disabled LGBTQI People

Regard is a national organisation of disabled lesbians, gay men, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex people

LiveWell at Home

LiveWell at Home is a free service for anyone aged 55 or over who lives in Sheffield. Our aim is to enable older people in Sheffield to live independently in their own home. We offer a range of flexible support on anything related to housing or health, including: support following discharge from hospital; advice on how to maximise income, apply for grants and benefits, and manage debt; finding a new home, including help to move; a 17-point ‘Home Check’; mental health; loneliness and isolation, help to quit smoking and cut down on alcohol.
James Allen, Project Lead, 07814 458699 Lucy Harper, Project Lead, 07493 868153 Office Number 0114 2908 359

Sheffield Play Association

Sheffield Play Association is intended to begin to rebuild the playwork infrastructure in Sheffield and combat the isolation and lack of support that many play providers and playworkers experience. The Association was initially set up by 4 local organisations: Pitsmoor Adventure Playground, MASKK, Friends of…
Yanina Koszalinski
0114 273 7121

Fitness Fanatics

Fitness Fanatics is a learning disability and autism friendly fitness and healthy eating class held at Sheffield Mencap and Gateway
Kirsty Worstenholm
0114 276 7757 0114 275 8879 07928 384020

Sheffield Mencap & Gateway: Fitness Fanatics

Fitness Fanatics is a fitness group that runs on a Thursday evening for adults and young people with a learning disability.

Circus Minis (early years)

Fun circus skills classes for early years (3 - 6 years old & 5 - 8 years old)
Trudi Patient / Natalie Allistone
01142 4488 28

SPARKS - Connecting people with art and culture.

an Age Better in Sheffield project funded to engage and support people aged 50 and over to take part in arts and culture events in our city.

Belmont House Care & Nursing Home

Belmont House Care & Nursing Home provides residential, nursing and specialist dementia care in the heart of Stocksbridge.


Mermaids are passionate about supporting children, young people, and their families to achieve a happier life in the face of great adversity. We work to raise awareness about gender nonconformity in children and young people amongst professionals and the general public. We campaign for the recognition of gender dysphoria in young people and call for improvements in professional services.
0808 801 0400(landline) 0808 801 0400 (mobile)
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