Cooming soon – Free courses in Wybourn and Richmond Park

Manor & Castle Development Trust are working in partnership with Great Places Housing Association in the Wybourn and Richmond Park areas. We are looking forward to the opening of the new purpose-built community centre at Wybourn on Manor Oaks Road and toutilising the Richmond Park & Birklands    Tenants Community Centre on Richmond Park Drive [...]

By |2022-06-15T11:09:57+01:0015 June 2022|Uncategorized|0 Comments

What’s going on! Booklet – April 22

You can download a digital version of the What's going on! booklet. - Packed full with activies in the Manor Castle and Arbourthone areas.  It can be used to find where and when ours and other activities are going on in your local area that can help you to be healthy and promote your [...]


Due to the chronic and sustained underfunding of the Early Years Sector, we currently find ourselves in an untenable position. The government’s own financial prediction identified an additional 2 billion pounds would be needed to ensure the delivery of a quality early years’ service. After just £300 million (15%) of investment, we are willing to [...]

By |2022-05-19T09:50:53+01:0010 May 2022|Children & Young People|0 Comments

Your guide to living well in Sheffield – Winter 2021/22

You can download a digital version of the Sheffield City Council's - Gudie to living well in Sheffield from this site.  It can be used to find out what activities are going on in your local area that can help you to be healthy and promote your physical and mental wellbeing. There are health [...]

Supporting children and families in our city to access activities.

In Summer 2020 Sheffield Healthy Holidays launched an initiative.  Supporting children and families in our city to access activities and ideas to stay active during school holidays. For more information about the city wide offer visit https://sheffieldhealthyholidays.org/. The Summer holidays were funded by the Department for Education with an aim to reach 50% of [...]


Called NO WEALTH BUT LIFE? if you follow the link below you will see, what has become a really substantive piece of work, 28 minutes long. In editing the film, the film makers wanted to tell the story through the words of the strongest story tellers, who have all contributed to a very strong and [...]

By |2020-12-09T10:58:26+00:0022 July 2020|Arts and Crafts, Health & Wellbeing|0 Comments

Sheffield Healthy Holidays – Be Active, eat well

WE NEED YOU Can you pack boxes? Can you drive and have access to a car? Sheffield has been given a lump sum by the Department for Education to deliver food to children during the summer holidays. Part of a huge project to make this happen. We will be using the Park Community Centre (S2 [...]

Aiming high and achieving my full potential

I first discovered Manor and Castle Development Trust after being extremely unwell with my mental health.Having struggled with my mental health since my late teens, before being diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder in my late 20's.  I continued to have the highs and lows, which got increasingly worse and I [...]

By |2020-11-20T10:59:49+00:0016 June 2020|Employment, Health & Wellbeing|1 Comment

Design a Den Competition

Parents, are you looking for a creative way to support your home-schooling?  This ‘design a den’ competition challenge is now open to primary school age children in South Yorkshire and Derbyshire/Peak District and offers a fun and constructive way for children to learn more about design, construction and engineering.  There are three age categories; 4-6 [...]

By |2020-04-29T12:59:04+01:0029 April 2020|Arts and Crafts, Children & Young People|0 Comments

Reading to your baby – Best Start Communities Count Too – Blog

It’s never too early to start reading to your baby, they may not understand the words at first, but they will love the sound of your voice nonetheless! In fact, being read to from an early age provides an amazing basis for the development of communication, relationships and language. Throughout their first year, infants [...]

By |2020-01-02T11:21:11+00:0030 October 2019|Children & Young People|0 Comments

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