23 March 2016
Due to retirement St Wilfrid’s Centre requires a new Director.
18 March 2016
... and join in with karaoke!
26 February 2016
Put the date in your diary and join us for an evening of wonderful music by this fun and lively contemporary community choir.
15 January 2016
To coincide with our Silver Jubilee, we have an exhibition at John Lewis showcasing the activities and services available at the Centre.
07 January 2016
Today we celebrated our Silver Jubilee 1991 - 2016: 25 years of helping homeless and vulnerable people in Sheffield. And Kevin made an announcement...
23 December 2015
Photos from 'the best party in town'!
27 November 2015
Archbishop Monnnini was 'truly inspired' by his visit to the Centre.
20 November 2015
... and brings home Gold!
25 September 2015
Our annual Personal Development Awards took place on Wednesday 23rd September, celebrating the progress and achievements made by clients this year.
14 September 2015
Big thanks to all our 15-mile walkers - they did it!
Welcome to St Wilfrid's Centre, Sheffield!
Welcome to the website of 'Beautiful Downtown' St Wilfrid's and we sincerely hope that you will enjoy browsing through the pages. The Centre has a unique atmosphere and within these pages we hope to bring you just a flavour of what goes on here. St Wilfrid's has probably more services for homeless and vulnerable people under one roof than any other day centre in England.
Everyone is welcomed regardless of disability, race, creed or culture. We really do seem to have found the secret of making people feel better, so why not see for yourselves and sample the unique atmosphere that is truly St Wilfrid’s. Whether you are a prospective client, social worker, support planner or a prospective funder you will all get something from this website experience.
We realise that there is nothing like the real thing so why not email or give us a call and we can fix up for you to come and visit.
With all good wishes, Kevin
Our dream for many years has been to build a residential unit to work in conjunction with the day centre. People would live there for up to 2 years whilst attending classes at the day centre Monday to Friday. This would allow them to increase their employable and social skills. Plans have been approved and the fundraising appeal launched in March 2013. We are now £1.4million closer to our £1.8million target. Click here for the full story...