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We run a wide variety of activities, courses and groups across the South West of Sheffield enabling people to get out and about, find new hobbies, stay active and have fun. This is part of the Sheffield People Keeping Well programme, you can find out more about what the People Keeping Well programme is all about by clicking here.

If you don’t live in the South West of Sheffield but would like to know about activities and groups offered across other areas of Sheffield, you can search and find the People Keeping Well service in your local area on this page

The South West Sheffield PKW Partnership area covers the following areas: Dore, Totley, Bradway, Endcliffe, Fulwood, Ranmoor, Greystones, Nether Edge, Bents Green, Brincliffe, Ecclesall, Whirlow, Abbeydale 

*Please note that most of our current programmes are being run on online platforms such as zoom. If you need assistance in accessing these platforms we have provided a simple guide for you to use below. If you need further help please and someone to guide you through it please don’t hesitate to contact Joanna Woodward on 0114 250 2850 or via email at*

Activities Timetable

To access or book to join any of the sessions below, see who the session is provided by and then contact the relevant team on the these details listed under te timetable 

Chair Aerobics:
1:30pm via Zoom
Provided by CWS
Singing Teapot Choir:
2nd & last Tuesday of every month via Zoom - 10.30am- 11am
Provided by PKW
Dore and Totley Carers Café:
10am via Zoom on the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of every month. Provided by SCC
Short Stories:
2pm via Zoom on the 2nd Thursday of every month. Listen to a story or bring your own to share. Provided by SCC 

Carers Café & Quiz: 10am via Zoom on the 2nd Friday of every month provided by SCC
Monday Coffee Morning: 1st & 3rdMonday of each month via Zoom delivered by specialist staff at SMG.     Virtual Christmas Choir:
7-8pm via Zoom
Fun & inclusive choir for adults with learning disabilities and their carers.
Delivered by SMG
Sporting Chatter:
1st & 3rd Friday of every month a Bradway Community Hall, numbers restricted. Contact PKW to book.
        Gentle Circuit: 12:30pm via Zoom provided by CWS
        Falls Prevention: 1:30pm via Zoom
provided by CWS
        Gardening wih Caroline: 10:30am via Zoom Fridays from Oct 23rd for 6 weeks provided by PKW. Or contact Caroline:
  • Community Wellness Service (CWS): call 0114 5537807
  • The Carers Centre (TCC): email
  • Sheffield Mencap and Gateway’s (SMG): Carers Outreach Project Workers Katie on 07447 391437 or Ellie on 07735 316347 or email: Please note, these sessions are for unpaid carers and the person they care for cared for (created for adults with a mild or moderate learning disability/autism)
  • South West Sheffield People Keeping Well (PKW): Contact or call Age UK Sheffield on 0114 250 2850.

Instructions for Accessing Zoom

Click the pink button that says "Download" to access a PDF document containing instructions for downloading and accessing Zoom so that you can join a variety of online activities delivered via the Zoom video platform.

Community small grants programme

Apply to receive up to £500 to deliver a group or activity as part of the PKW programme in the South West of Sheffield. Find out more about what this means and how to apply by clicking the pink "find out more" button to the right.


We are always looking for volunteers to assist with our activities please get in touch with Age UL Sheffield if you would be interested in supporting any of our groups. Alternatiely, you can see a list of other volunteer roles on our volunteering page by clicking here.

Green Oak Park Green Space and Building Consultation

At this initial stage we would like local residents to have their say on how the buildings, once used for the Bowling Club, could be put to good use, and how the Bowling Green and wider areas, could be better utilised. Once we have consulted with the local community we will approach and work with Sheffield City Council to discuss ways in which we can move forward.

We would welcome any suggestions and would appreciate your input by filling in a questionaire. To complete the questionaire please email who will send you a copy.