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Spread the Word

Last Tuesday, Sylvia from the Dianne Oxberry Trust encouraged SI Sheffield members and their guests, which included the Yorkshire Region’s President Linda, to spread the word about the symptoms of ovarian cancer.  The Trust was formed in memory of Dianne Oxberry, a BBC presenter, who

SoS Students raise over £200

The wonderful Share our Skills students who have been working with the Education Group have raised over £200 with a Bake Sale.  This money will go towards funding our Healthy Hampers Project. The first lot of hampers have already been delivered to clients at Snowdrop

Healthy Hampers

The Education Group, together with the SOS Students from King Edward’s, has been working towards reaching SI’s Sustainable Development Goals and are thrilled that the first of our Healthy Hampers is ready to go.  These contain the food and equipment required to produce a healthy

CEASE

At this month’s virtual Supper Meeting two amazing young women, Keeley and Laura, gave us a talk about their work with CEASE which is an organisation that works with schools, youth groups and young people to raise awareness of abusive relationships. Both came to this

Supporting a Local Food Bank

Several members have donated their time, contributions of food and clothing and money to support a local Food Bank.  As well as offering tinned and packaged goods, the Food Bank provides fresh fruit and vegetables.  In addition there is a clothing resource and holiday activities

Eid Mubarak

Farah has been busy organising gifts for children in refuges to celebrate Eid. She has donated 66 to Ashiyana, 12 to Women’s Aid and 10 to the Refugee’s Council. Thank you Farah!

May is Membership Month

SI Sheffield held a fun and informative Zoom meeting on Tuesday to welcome friends and prospective members.  We began with an outline of some of the important recent Club projects – Eva outlined the very successful plan to make Sheffield the first Toilet Twinned City

Gardens for our times

With Spring definitely on the way, members of SI Sheffield were joined by  members from all over Yorkshire, members from Barry and many friends for Tina Gwynne-Evans’ fascinating talk. Tina encouraged us to explore new gardens, including the RHS garden in Salford which will open

Child Trafficking – What Next?

We were joined by SI members from all over Yorkshire as well as five members of SI Barry to listen to Clare Tudor who is the Director of The Refugee Rights Club and a member of staff at Sheffield Hallam University, talking about the extent