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The Special Needs Inclusion Playcare service has been running in the Woodthorpe area for a number of years as the Saturday Club. Here is a brief case study of our service.
We aim to provide the highest possible standards and quality of service to all of our customers and stakeholders. We welcome feedback on our approach and are committed to continuous improvement
Woodthorpe Development Trust Service Users Charter of Participation Welcome to Woodthorpe Development Trusts (WDT) service users charter. This charter has been created by services users, and is an agreement between Woodthorpe Development Trusts and its service users. We want to ensure that all our service users have a positive experience...
The government is wanting to put more power into the hands of people and communities when it comes down to what happens in the places we live.  Part of the government's plan is to introduce something called Neighbourhood Planning. Neighbourhood planning is a new way for communities to shape the future of the places they...
Did you know that Sheffield is one of three cities in the UK to be singled out by the government in relation their Olympic Legacy Programme?The Olympic Legacy programme aims, as the name suggests is about making sure that after the 2012 Olymic Games, there is a lasting effect which can be felt by communities across the city over the next...
Click on the link below to download your digital copy of 'Together' the East Community Assembly Winter Newsletter and find out all about what's going on in our local area.
The February half-term play scheme will run from 13th to 17th February and will cost £25 per day, booking for this is essential. For more information or to book, please contact Heather Knight at Woodthorpe Development Trust on 0114 2654165 or email heather@woodthorpedt.co.uk
The East Community Assembly Winter Newsletter for 2012 
A citywide campaign has been launched aimed at giving crime prevention advice to residents and homeowners to help them beat the burglar during the winter months. It’s that time of year, when the clocks have gone back, and the evenings get dark earlier, South Yorkshire Police (SYP) are encouraging people to think about home security and...
Woodthorpe Development Trust has dedicated Learning Champions who can offer advice on adult education and training opportunities. They support people looking to learn new skills or brush up on what they already know, with their aim being to remove any barriers that prevent people from gaining new skills. They have details of courses...