Quite a big day for us today, as 12.30pm saw the official formation of the Burton Street Learning Difficulties Board.
This week, organisations like ours are coming together from across the UK to support Mencap’s Learning Disability Week.
We’re a month into 2017, its cold outside and I’m sure most of us are already planning our holidays and Burton Street is no different. We started off January by planning our 2017 Anglesey holidays!
Last week we were joined by the Lord Mayor of Sheffield Councillor Anne Murphy, who kindly agreed to judge our 2017 Christmas card competition.
Burton Street’s sensory garden is a wonderfully tranquil space, over the years it has provided sensory experiences for Burton Street clients and a calm place for anyone on site to simply enjoy.
Due to increasing requests, Burton Street is investigating the possibility of developing a respite care service. You can help us...
On Tuesday 28th November 2017, 15 clients and 7 staff took a trip to Barnsley. The Trip was made up from the Sky’s the Limit, Get Out There and the Allotment groups. A week later the crew got back together to reflect on their day. Here's what they said...
Over the past week or so a group of our clients have been working on a pretty cool multimedia project, and we thought you'd like to see it.
February 14th, a day of love for many and for Burton Street is was no different. This year we spent the day doing what we love best, dancing and singing with our friends.
We’re just one week away from officially opening our art exhibition on Friday 31st March!