For information about the different events and activities organised by the branch in order to provide support, raise awareness, and fundraise on behalf of people living with MND, please use the tabs below or contact us.
symndanewsletter0317 Our quarterly newsletter lists all our meeting dates. It can be sent out electronically or posted directly to you. Contact Chris Naylor 0114 265 3774 firstname.lastname@example.org
Jane Evans our Regional Care Development Advisor attends all our local meetings. email@example.com 0114 258 5235
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Sunday 11th June 7.30pm Stannington Brass Band.
An Evening of Movie Music and More. Playing again at Niagara Sheffield. S6 1LU. Tickets £6.00. Contact Trevor Peacock 0114 2422956/ Mick Isles 0114 2517559.
Sunday 2nd July Doncaster Walk to D’Feet 1.5K See Events for details. Contact Dave Booker firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 29th July Walk to D’Feet Extreme Morecambe Bay Sands Walk. see Events for details
Saturday 28th October: Themed Fundraising Dinner Dance: See Events for full details.
Sheffield Half Marathon 2017: Thanks to all our runners and supporters. See the Photos on our Flickr gallery.
To donate directly to the South Yorkshire branch Just Giving page please follow the link below
To join your own Just Giving fundraising page to our branch team members page please use the link below and click join the team
The South Yorkshire branch holds regular support meetings in Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham and Sheffield. We also have regular meetings for past carers on the second Sunday of the second month
Successful mytube website launch
People living with MND, Carers, Health Professionals and Branch representatives all gathered at SITraN in March for the launch of the mytube website. This new website, with videos about every aspect of tube feeding relating to MND was developed here in Sheffield by people attending the care centre and is an excellent resource. The team involved in the creation of the site explained how and why they got involved and discussed how to share this important information. The successful publicity began with the local Calendar News featuring a piece during their evening broadcast. http://mytube.mymnd.org.uk/