Dec
9
Mon
Sporting Chance: for men 50+ only @ Verdon Street Recreation Centre
Dec 9 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance  aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery. Sporting Chance are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Verdon Street Recreation centre – Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.
  • You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.
Dec
11
Wed
Sporting Chance – Chair based exercise @ Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre
Dec 11 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance is running in North Sheffield and Woodhouse, and aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery and currently runs several sessions in community settings such as boxing based circuits, cook and eat sessions, chair based exercise and games groups, with multi sports sessions in the planning too. Most sessions include an hours activity followed by an hours social time with quizzes, games, refreshments and a chat. We are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Woodhouse Library S13   Thurs 10-12, Chair based exercise,quizzes, games.
  • Longley  4G Community Centre S5  Mon 1-3 Boxing Based circuits for every  ability .
  • Longley  4G community Centre- starts 15th Aug for 6 weeks, FREE cook and eat session ( bookable)
  • Stubbin Community Centre Fairthorn Rd S5  Tues 1-3, table top games, cards, dominoes , indoor curling and Boccia ( indoor bowls)
  • Firth Park-Brushes Community Centre, West Quadrant- Chair based exercise- Starts 31st Aug.
  • Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre S5 Chair based exercise- Weds 1.30-3.30- Starts 13th Sept.
  • Verdon St Rec- Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.

You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.

Dec
16
Mon
Sporting Chance: for men 50+ only @ Verdon Street Recreation Centre
Dec 16 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance  aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery. Sporting Chance are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Verdon Street Recreation centre – Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.
  • You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.
Dec
18
Wed
Sporting Chance – Chair based exercise @ Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre
Dec 18 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance is running in North Sheffield and Woodhouse, and aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery and currently runs several sessions in community settings such as boxing based circuits, cook and eat sessions, chair based exercise and games groups, with multi sports sessions in the planning too. Most sessions include an hours activity followed by an hours social time with quizzes, games, refreshments and a chat. We are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Woodhouse Library S13   Thurs 10-12, Chair based exercise,quizzes, games.
  • Longley  4G Community Centre S5  Mon 1-3 Boxing Based circuits for every  ability .
  • Longley  4G community Centre- starts 15th Aug for 6 weeks, FREE cook and eat session ( bookable)
  • Stubbin Community Centre Fairthorn Rd S5  Tues 1-3, table top games, cards, dominoes , indoor curling and Boccia ( indoor bowls)
  • Firth Park-Brushes Community Centre, West Quadrant- Chair based exercise- Starts 31st Aug.
  • Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre S5 Chair based exercise- Weds 1.30-3.30- Starts 13th Sept.
  • Verdon St Rec- Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.

You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.

Dec
23
Mon
Sporting Chance: for men 50+ only @ Verdon Street Recreation Centre
Dec 23 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance  aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery. Sporting Chance are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Verdon Street Recreation centre – Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.
  • You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.
Dec
25
Wed
Sporting Chance – Chair based exercise @ Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre
Dec 25 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance is running in North Sheffield and Woodhouse, and aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery and currently runs several sessions in community settings such as boxing based circuits, cook and eat sessions, chair based exercise and games groups, with multi sports sessions in the planning too. Most sessions include an hours activity followed by an hours social time with quizzes, games, refreshments and a chat. We are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Woodhouse Library S13   Thurs 10-12, Chair based exercise,quizzes, games.
  • Longley  4G Community Centre S5  Mon 1-3 Boxing Based circuits for every  ability .
  • Longley  4G community Centre- starts 15th Aug for 6 weeks, FREE cook and eat session ( bookable)
  • Stubbin Community Centre Fairthorn Rd S5  Tues 1-3, table top games, cards, dominoes , indoor curling and Boccia ( indoor bowls)
  • Firth Park-Brushes Community Centre, West Quadrant- Chair based exercise- Starts 31st Aug.
  • Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre S5 Chair based exercise- Weds 1.30-3.30- Starts 13th Sept.
  • Verdon St Rec- Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.

You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.

Dec
30
Mon
Sporting Chance: for men 50+ only @ Verdon Street Recreation Centre
Dec 30 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance  aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery. Sporting Chance are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Verdon Street Recreation centre – Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.
  • You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.
Jan
1
Wed
Sporting Chance – Chair based exercise @ Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre
Jan 1 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance is running in North Sheffield and Woodhouse, and aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery and currently runs several sessions in community settings such as boxing based circuits, cook and eat sessions, chair based exercise and games groups, with multi sports sessions in the planning too. Most sessions include an hours activity followed by an hours social time with quizzes, games, refreshments and a chat. We are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Woodhouse Library S13   Thurs 10-12, Chair based exercise,quizzes, games.
  • Longley  4G Community Centre S5  Mon 1-3 Boxing Based circuits for every  ability .
  • Longley  4G community Centre- starts 15th Aug for 6 weeks, FREE cook and eat session ( bookable)
  • Stubbin Community Centre Fairthorn Rd S5  Tues 1-3, table top games, cards, dominoes , indoor curling and Boccia ( indoor bowls)
  • Firth Park-Brushes Community Centre, West Quadrant- Chair based exercise- Starts 31st Aug.
  • Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre S5 Chair based exercise- Weds 1.30-3.30- Starts 13th Sept.
  • Verdon St Rec- Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.

You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.

Jan
6
Mon
Sporting Chance: for men 50+ only @ Verdon Street Recreation Centre
Jan 6 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance  aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery. Sporting Chance are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Verdon Street Recreation centre – Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.
  • You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.
Jan
8
Wed
Sporting Chance – Chair based exercise @ Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre
Jan 8 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance is running in North Sheffield and Woodhouse, and aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery and currently runs several sessions in community settings such as boxing based circuits, cook and eat sessions, chair based exercise and games groups, with multi sports sessions in the planning too. Most sessions include an hours activity followed by an hours social time with quizzes, games, refreshments and a chat. We are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Woodhouse Library S13   Thurs 10-12, Chair based exercise,quizzes, games.
  • Longley  4G Community Centre S5  Mon 1-3 Boxing Based circuits for every  ability .
  • Longley  4G community Centre- starts 15th Aug for 6 weeks, FREE cook and eat session ( bookable)
  • Stubbin Community Centre Fairthorn Rd S5  Tues 1-3, table top games, cards, dominoes , indoor curling and Boccia ( indoor bowls)
  • Firth Park-Brushes Community Centre, West Quadrant- Chair based exercise- Starts 31st Aug.
  • Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre S5 Chair based exercise- Weds 1.30-3.30- Starts 13th Sept.
  • Verdon St Rec- Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.

You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.

Jan
13
Mon
Sporting Chance: for men 50+ only @ Verdon Street Recreation Centre
Jan 13 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance  aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery. Sporting Chance are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Verdon Street Recreation centre – Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.
  • You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.
Jan
15
Wed
Sporting Chance – Chair based exercise @ Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre
Jan 15 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance is running in North Sheffield and Woodhouse, and aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery and currently runs several sessions in community settings such as boxing based circuits, cook and eat sessions, chair based exercise and games groups, with multi sports sessions in the planning too. Most sessions include an hours activity followed by an hours social time with quizzes, games, refreshments and a chat. We are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Woodhouse Library S13   Thurs 10-12, Chair based exercise,quizzes, games.
  • Longley  4G Community Centre S5  Mon 1-3 Boxing Based circuits for every  ability .
  • Longley  4G community Centre- starts 15th Aug for 6 weeks, FREE cook and eat session ( bookable)
  • Stubbin Community Centre Fairthorn Rd S5  Tues 1-3, table top games, cards, dominoes , indoor curling and Boccia ( indoor bowls)
  • Firth Park-Brushes Community Centre, West Quadrant- Chair based exercise- Starts 31st Aug.
  • Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre S5 Chair based exercise- Weds 1.30-3.30- Starts 13th Sept.
  • Verdon St Rec- Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.

You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.

Jan
20
Mon
Sporting Chance: for men 50+ only @ Verdon Street Recreation Centre
Jan 20 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance  aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery. Sporting Chance are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Verdon Street Recreation centre – Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.
  • You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.
Jan
22
Wed
Sporting Chance – Chair based exercise @ Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre
Jan 22 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance is running in North Sheffield and Woodhouse, and aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery and currently runs several sessions in community settings such as boxing based circuits, cook and eat sessions, chair based exercise and games groups, with multi sports sessions in the planning too. Most sessions include an hours activity followed by an hours social time with quizzes, games, refreshments and a chat. We are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Woodhouse Library S13   Thurs 10-12, Chair based exercise,quizzes, games.
  • Longley  4G Community Centre S5  Mon 1-3 Boxing Based circuits for every  ability .
  • Longley  4G community Centre- starts 15th Aug for 6 weeks, FREE cook and eat session ( bookable)
  • Stubbin Community Centre Fairthorn Rd S5  Tues 1-3, table top games, cards, dominoes , indoor curling and Boccia ( indoor bowls)
  • Firth Park-Brushes Community Centre, West Quadrant- Chair based exercise- Starts 31st Aug.
  • Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre S5 Chair based exercise- Weds 1.30-3.30- Starts 13th Sept.
  • Verdon St Rec- Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.

You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.

Jan
27
Mon
Sporting Chance: for men 50+ only @ Verdon Street Recreation Centre
Jan 27 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance  aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery. Sporting Chance are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Verdon Street Recreation centre – Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.
  • You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.
Jan
29
Wed
Sporting Chance – Chair based exercise @ Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre
Jan 29 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance is running in North Sheffield and Woodhouse, and aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery and currently runs several sessions in community settings such as boxing based circuits, cook and eat sessions, chair based exercise and games groups, with multi sports sessions in the planning too. Most sessions include an hours activity followed by an hours social time with quizzes, games, refreshments and a chat. We are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Woodhouse Library S13   Thurs 10-12, Chair based exercise,quizzes, games.
  • Longley  4G Community Centre S5  Mon 1-3 Boxing Based circuits for every  ability .
  • Longley  4G community Centre- starts 15th Aug for 6 weeks, FREE cook and eat session ( bookable)
  • Stubbin Community Centre Fairthorn Rd S5  Tues 1-3, table top games, cards, dominoes , indoor curling and Boccia ( indoor bowls)
  • Firth Park-Brushes Community Centre, West Quadrant- Chair based exercise- Starts 31st Aug.
  • Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre S5 Chair based exercise- Weds 1.30-3.30- Starts 13th Sept.
  • Verdon St Rec- Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.

You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.

Feb
3
Mon
Sporting Chance: for men 50+ only @ Verdon Street Recreation Centre
Feb 3 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance  aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery. Sporting Chance are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Verdon Street Recreation centre – Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.
  • You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.
Feb
5
Wed
Sporting Chance – Chair based exercise @ Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre
Feb 5 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance is running in North Sheffield and Woodhouse, and aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery and currently runs several sessions in community settings such as boxing based circuits, cook and eat sessions, chair based exercise and games groups, with multi sports sessions in the planning too. Most sessions include an hours activity followed by an hours social time with quizzes, games, refreshments and a chat. We are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Woodhouse Library S13   Thurs 10-12, Chair based exercise,quizzes, games.
  • Longley  4G Community Centre S5  Mon 1-3 Boxing Based circuits for every  ability .
  • Longley  4G community Centre- starts 15th Aug for 6 weeks, FREE cook and eat session ( bookable)
  • Stubbin Community Centre Fairthorn Rd S5  Tues 1-3, table top games, cards, dominoes , indoor curling and Boccia ( indoor bowls)
  • Firth Park-Brushes Community Centre, West Quadrant- Chair based exercise- Starts 31st Aug.
  • Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre S5 Chair based exercise- Weds 1.30-3.30- Starts 13th Sept.
  • Verdon St Rec- Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.

You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.

Feb
10
Mon
Sporting Chance: for men 50+ only @ Verdon Street Recreation Centre
Feb 10 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance  aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery. Sporting Chance are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Verdon Street Recreation centre – Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.
  • You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.
Feb
12
Wed
Sporting Chance – Chair based exercise @ Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre
Feb 12 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance is running in North Sheffield and Woodhouse, and aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery and currently runs several sessions in community settings such as boxing based circuits, cook and eat sessions, chair based exercise and games groups, with multi sports sessions in the planning too. Most sessions include an hours activity followed by an hours social time with quizzes, games, refreshments and a chat. We are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Woodhouse Library S13   Thurs 10-12, Chair based exercise,quizzes, games.
  • Longley  4G Community Centre S5  Mon 1-3 Boxing Based circuits for every  ability .
  • Longley  4G community Centre- starts 15th Aug for 6 weeks, FREE cook and eat session ( bookable)
  • Stubbin Community Centre Fairthorn Rd S5  Tues 1-3, table top games, cards, dominoes , indoor curling and Boccia ( indoor bowls)
  • Firth Park-Brushes Community Centre, West Quadrant- Chair based exercise- Starts 31st Aug.
  • Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre S5 Chair based exercise- Weds 1.30-3.30- Starts 13th Sept.
  • Verdon St Rec- Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.

You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.

Feb
17
Mon
Sporting Chance: for men 50+ only @ Verdon Street Recreation Centre
Feb 17 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance  aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery. Sporting Chance are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Verdon Street Recreation centre – Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.
  • You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.
Feb
19
Wed
Sporting Chance – Chair based exercise @ Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre
Feb 19 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance is running in North Sheffield and Woodhouse, and aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery and currently runs several sessions in community settings such as boxing based circuits, cook and eat sessions, chair based exercise and games groups, with multi sports sessions in the planning too. Most sessions include an hours activity followed by an hours social time with quizzes, games, refreshments and a chat. We are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Woodhouse Library S13   Thurs 10-12, Chair based exercise,quizzes, games.
  • Longley  4G Community Centre S5  Mon 1-3 Boxing Based circuits for every  ability .
  • Longley  4G community Centre- starts 15th Aug for 6 weeks, FREE cook and eat session ( bookable)
  • Stubbin Community Centre Fairthorn Rd S5  Tues 1-3, table top games, cards, dominoes , indoor curling and Boccia ( indoor bowls)
  • Firth Park-Brushes Community Centre, West Quadrant- Chair based exercise- Starts 31st Aug.
  • Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre S5 Chair based exercise- Weds 1.30-3.30- Starts 13th Sept.
  • Verdon St Rec- Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.

You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.

Feb
24
Mon
Sporting Chance: for men 50+ only @ Verdon Street Recreation Centre
Feb 24 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance  aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery. Sporting Chance are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Verdon Street Recreation centre – Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.
  • You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.
Feb
26
Wed
Sporting Chance – Chair based exercise @ Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre
Feb 26 @ 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance is running in North Sheffield and Woodhouse, and aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery and currently runs several sessions in community settings such as boxing based circuits, cook and eat sessions, chair based exercise and games groups, with multi sports sessions in the planning too. Most sessions include an hours activity followed by an hours social time with quizzes, games, refreshments and a chat. We are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Woodhouse Library S13   Thurs 10-12, Chair based exercise,quizzes, games.
  • Longley  4G Community Centre S5  Mon 1-3 Boxing Based circuits for every  ability .
  • Longley  4G community Centre- starts 15th Aug for 6 weeks, FREE cook and eat session ( bookable)
  • Stubbin Community Centre Fairthorn Rd S5  Tues 1-3, table top games, cards, dominoes , indoor curling and Boccia ( indoor bowls)
  • Firth Park-Brushes Community Centre, West Quadrant- Chair based exercise- Starts 31st Aug.
  • Shiregreen Neighbourhood Centre S5 Chair based exercise- Weds 1.30-3.30- Starts 13th Sept.
  • Verdon St Rec- Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.

You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.

Mar
2
Mon
Sporting Chance: for men 50+ only @ Verdon Street Recreation Centre
Mar 2 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Men in Sheffield are being given the opportunity to discover or re-kindle a love for sport and physical activity with the new Sporting Chance project which launched recently in the city. The project is being run by Volunteering Matters who manage more than 180 volunteering programmes across the country, engaging over 30,000 volunteers along the way.

Sporting Chance  aims to reach men who are 50+ and who are wanting in increase their physical activity, make new friends and widen their social circles, getting fitter and having  fun at the same time. Men are welcome to attend  from all areas of the city.

The project is supported by The Peoples Postcode Lottery. Sporting Chance are also looking for men who might like to volunteer  for the project too, please get in touch if you would like to be involved. Sessions are run by qualified instructors and sessions currently running include;

  • Verdon Street Recreation centre – Burngreave,  Multisports, Mondays 10-12 starting on Sept 11th.
  • You can contact Jamie Crowther, Project Lead on 07841 430165 or Lisa Harman Project coordinator on 0784143 0171 for more information.