A Sheffield older persons’ charity struck by the cancellation of mass fundraising events has come up with a novel way of raising money during the pandemic– park picnics.
Supercar Driver members have swapped their high end supercars for colouring pencils to raise over £2,000 for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.
A family who’ve stayed at home since March to protect their extremely vulnerable 13-year-old son have spoken out about their hopes and fears as shielding comes to an end.
Bluebell Wood’s multi-talented chef has swapped his spatula and frying pan for a pencil and paintbrush to create a children’s book
A team of experts at the University of Sheffield has invited unpaid carers, care workers and those they care for to submit creative work for a digital exhibition that aims to “make care visible”.
Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice is delighted to announce its much-loved Chapeltown charity shop will be reopening on the 8th August.
One of Sheffield’s best loved charity schemes helping isolated older people is to return after a five month break, provided bosses can get hold of enough PPE.
Sheffield based digital marketing agency The SEO Works has been chosen to create a new B2B website and portal for Great Places Housing Group.