If you live in Dore & Totley and are looking for local activities, this is the place for you
Sporting Chatter Group
Football. Tennis. Swimming. Cricket. Basketball…The Olympics. The World Cup. Wimbledon...Muhammad Ali. David Hirst. Jessica Ennis. Chris Waddle. Billie Jean King. What’s your passion? Who are your heroes? Come and share your memories and memorabilia in Totley Library fortnightly on Fridays 10-12noon. Sessions are 4th and 18th of January, 1st and 15th of February and 1st,15th,29th of March.We have films, quizzes, book reviews and talks. And open to new ideas. All welcome.
Earlier this year we visited the National Football Museum in Manchester! If you’re interested call 0114 250 2850 or email email@example.com
Exercise to Music Class
BettaLives Wellness sessions are delivered by highly specialised, sympathetic instructors helping to improve health, strength, balance and flexibility. All levels of fitness and disability welcome. These classes are a lot of fun with tea, coffee and a chat afterwards! Mondays 2-3pm @ Totley United Reformed Church,Totley Brook Road, Totley Brook.
NEW- Body Conditioning Class
BettaLives Wellness sessions are delivered by highly specialised, sympathetic instructors helping to improve, health,strength, balance and flexibilty. All levels of fitness and disability are welcome. These classes include using everyday household implements such as brooms, cans of beans and shopping bags! as always lots of fun with tea,coffee and a chat afterwards! Thursdays 2-30pm-3.30pm@Totley United Reformed Church,Totley Brook Road, Totley Brook.
Fancy flexing your table tennis skills or are you a total beginner and would like to try the game? All welcome, no need to book. Bradway Community Hall. Fridays 7-9pm.
Could you help with a team of litter pickers in the Dore and Totley area? Call 0114 250 2850 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Apply for a £500 small grants for a local group.
Does or could your local group in Totley provide activities for older people? Could you set up a new activity? Coffee mornings or lunch clubs; nature walks, bowls, fishing, films, history, art or dance, as long as your activity helps to get older people out of the house you can apply to Age UK Sheffield for a grant of up to £500
Age UK Sheffield is working with local community partners to expand opportunities for older people, supported by funding from Sheffield City Council.
To download a funding application form, click on the link at the bottom of this page. Or phone us on (0114) 250 2850 and we’ll send one out to you.
We are always looking for new volunteers to help deliver our newsletter or assist with our activities. Please contact joanna.glaves@ageuksheffield for details of how to become a volunteer.
Community small grants programme
Up to £500 for local groups providing activities for older people