EVENT, 6 September 2014 - MCDT Zumbathon
Come and join the burn on 6 September at our 2nd Annual Zumbathon lead by Kellyanne Sharman. This year's will be a Jane Fonda fancy dress themed event plus there will be smoothie tasters to try out. More…
Manor and Castle Development Trust is a community based charity that was set up in 1997 to work with local people to regenerate the neighbourhoods in the Manor and Castle ward. We have worked with our partners and local people to make a real difference to people's lives. Our core work is community development and we continue to work with local people to address the issues that matter to the local community.
Some of the services we offer include training, help to find work, health, support for families and activities for children and young people. You can find out more about what we offer on this website or by contacting us directly. A lot has been achieved since 1997, but there is still more to be done to make and sustain really long lasting changes. The Trust will carry on working with the community and partners to continue to improve the lives of people who live and work in our area. We want you to get involved and be part of Making the Difference.
16th July 2014
Nominated earlier in the year by Paul Blomfield MP for the Bevan Prize for Health and Wellbeing 2014. MCDT's CEO Debbie Mathews along with a Group from the Health Team attended The Bevan Foundation's Award Ceremony that took place last night (Tuesday, 15 July 2014) at Portcullis House in Westminster London.
14th July 2014
Sheffield Mind, SOAR, Manor and Castle Development Trust and St Marys Community Church are involved in the running of 3 social cafes. These are aimed at people who are suffering from a range of issues including: social isolation, low mood, anxiety and depression and offer a safe and friendly environment in which to meet new people, gain confidence, self esteem and to try new things.
Upcoming major change in voter registration. This change could mean unless you take action to ensure you are on the new electoral register, you can't vote in elections and referendums in the future and will therefore have less of a voice in the way things are run. Register at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote More…