Steel Inn

A community building owned by Manor and Castle Development Trust.

The building is used by a variety of organisations and groups to offer services and activities to the community including:-

  • Manor & Castle Development Trust Steel Inn Project provide learning opportunities for young people.
  •  MASKK provide Childcare, Respite, Junior Clubs and Parent Groups. See http://www.maskk.org.uk.
  • Manor & Castle Development Trust Over 50’s Project provide movie afternoons in the community cinema.

Manor & Castle Development Trust have secured funding from Land Aid to develop the grounds behind the building and create a community garden that can be accessed by everyone.

On here you will find details about the progress of the work and how you can get involved.

 

Contact Us

If you would like to talk to someone about literacy, numeracy, employability skills, personal and family issues, independent living skills, and any other barriers to progression just call in at Steel Inn or just give us a call:

Steel Inn
135 Harborough Avenue
Sheffield
S2 1QR

T: 0114 2648056

 

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