Latest news

Christmas Closure

02 December 2016

Details of our opening times over the festive season and alternative sources of support while we are closed.

Motoring ahead

08 August 2016

... thanks to Sheffield Vulcan Rotary Club.

Ee by gum, it's Yorkshire Day!

02 August 2016

and a reet good time were 'ad by all

Virgin give us their money

27 July 2016

St Wilf's benefits from the opening of the new Virgin Money Lounge

Kate and Helen's 3 Peaks Challenge

25 July 2016

They made it!

Message from Josie

22 July 2016

A message from our new Director.

Welcome Josie!

18 July 2016

A warm welcome to our new Director.

So long, farewell Kevin

30 June 2016

Clients wish Kevin Bradley a Very Happy Retirement.

Beaten at Pool!

23 May 2016

St Wilfrid's hosts a Pool Tournament during Mental Health Awareness Week

Derby Day Cup

20 May 2016

Owls and Blades battle it out

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Upcoming Events

Events, happenings and ways to support the Centre over the coming months

 

2016

BeVox Concert

Friday 22nd April, 7pm for 7.30pm start

Platinum Suite, Bramall Lane, S2 4SU

You are invited to a great evening featuring BeVox, a contemporary community choir with a reputation for fun, lively performances.  The event will take place at the Platinum Suite, Bramall Lane and will include many favourite musical numbers sung by the choir together with a raffle and an auction run by the one and only Tony Currie, Sheffield United legend! There will be a delicious Pie and Pea supper and the bar will be open late. Please come along and support St Wilfrid’s and help us to provide an even better service to the homeless and vulnerable people who come to our door for help.

Individual tickets available at £22.00. Tables of 10 available for £200, so come along and bring some friends!

Contact the Centre and ask for Helen to book your tickets, or for further information.

 

 
 

Residential Project

Our dream for many years has been to build a residential unit to work in conjunction with the day centre where people would live for up to two years, attending classes at the day centre Monday to Friday to increase their employable and social skills.

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