A local community organisation working to improve the quality of life for people living in Tinsley.
Holds quarterly meetings and produces Tinsley Tribune, local newsletter delivered door-to-door (normally quarterly)
The Forum manages the One Stop Shop, develops local projects such as training, education, improving the environment, health and supporting local groups and will respond to local issues.
Youth Provision one day per week (Thursday until March)
Links to local and citywide organisations.
Currently hosts the Social Prescribing Project and provides desk space for the Community Stop Smoking Worker and Health Trainers.
Tinsley Community Allotment is based at the rear of the building
Project Manager : Graham Whitfield
email@example.com Tinsley Social Prescriber: Martin Poole
(Monday 9 am -1 pm)
firstname.lastname@example.org Finance and Monitoring Officer: Vicky Allen
email@example.com Administrator: Vicky Allen
firstname.lastname@example.org Arshad Hussain (one day a week)
Support in looking for apprenticeships for business
Tinsley Green Children’s Centre
34a Norbourgh Road
Sheffield S9 1SG
Provide childcare for children from birth to 4+ year olds and range of health and family support services including direct work and groups support mainly based at the Tinsley Green Centre.
Children’s Centre workers run group activities which include women and health, cook and eats sessions and Community Clinic etc,
Also Woman’s gym session once a week
The Surestart Team based at Tinsley Green give support to local parents and families
Gail Norman: Family Resource Team Manager Tel 0114 2039307
email@example.com Hilda Mulcahy Parental Involvement Worker Tel 0114 2448899
firstname.lastname@example.org Fiona Noteman: Out reach coordinator
Tel 0114 2841808
email@example.com Alix Groves: Parental involvement Worker Tel 0114 2448899
firstname.lastname@example.org Paula Poole: Family resource Worker Tel 0114 2841802
email@example.com Shada Karim: Family resource worker Tel 0114 2841802
This free service is available to older adults in Tinsley in need of support to maintain their independence. It can also accept referrals from the Community Mental Health Team for adults over the age of 50 with mental health problems. Age Concern Sheffield support workers can:
Accompany you to appointments
Accompany you to the shops
Accompany you to town
Be a regular visitor
Change bed linen
Some Support Workers are bi-lingual to meet the particular needs of older Pakistani people in Tinsley.