Pippa tells us what these illnesses are, a little bit about the charity she works for, what they do, how you can find them and how they have helped Pippa in her fight against illness.
Their website https://www.sheffieldmegroup.co.uk/long-covid
Information about Sheffield's annual Migration Matters Festival which in 2022 will be held between the 17th and 25th of June inclusive.
John and Ellen tell us about what and where the festival is, wh
This episode is totally unedited as requested by Ant as he doesn;t like podcasts to seem overly polished and unnatural. Saved me loads of work that did.
Ant talks about how was involved in some "naughty" stuff earlier in his life, how he saw t
A great listen for anyone involved in the writing/reading community of #Sheffield.
We discuss their podcast Prompety Prompt (available on all your usual platforms) where they tell me (The Elf) what they are doing to entertain, promote and enga
We chat about what www.sheffieldforum.co.uk is, what it does and how they plan to use it to do some good stuff for Sheffield.
They can also be found on Twitter @SheffieldFoum
and Instagram @Sheffield_For
The Elf asks Kate what her job role involves, how she's getting on, how the people of Sheffield can help her, how she can help us and we have a nice old chinwag.
Kate can be found on Twitter @KateJosephs
We can be found on Twitter @HelpSheffie
Really enjoyed recording this one with Aaron. Lots of chat about the Steelmekker Magazine that he produces and lots of meandering into all things Sheffield as well as a fair bit of nonsense. Listen out for the bit where Aaron says that Elf is "
Kerre talks about their discount card, what Independent Sheffield is and does, how you and your business can get involved and how we have to buy from independent places to keep the city vibrant and interesting.
They can be found on Twitter @In
An interview with Joy, Stuart and Sophie from The Sheffield Region Brass Network, about what they do, how you can join in and how Covid has affected their goings on.
They can be found on Twitter @SheffieldBrass
Facebook here https://en-gb.face
Here Elf One's interview where Denislav talks about the podcast that he creates, who he speaks to, how it's going and how you can, possibly, help the city of Sheffield.
A link to the podcasts can be found here there and everywhere but here's o
More information and booking options for Kelham Island Walks can be found on their website here
Their Twitter handle is
and their Instangram is
Apologies for the erratic sound quali
Mark has been a member of the JCI, Sheffield for almost 10 years. Here all abut their work and find them on the interweb at
On Face ache
How Lee runs his fitness business and how it has moved mainly online since the pandemic started.
Book of face
FiveTwo Supplies are a Sheffield based foodbank set up and run by husband and wife team Carl and Nicole. This is an interview with Carl about how and why they got this started, how it works and how you can help or benefit from their work.
Dog Friendly Sheffield started in November in 2019 and was going from strength to strength putting out details of dog friendly pubs, restaurants, cafes, shops and other places but then COVID hit. They have had to adapt and change and started in
They can be found here
here on Twitter
here on Facebook
https://m.facebook.com/Sheffield4C/and here on Instagram
We are still @HelpSheffield on Twitter
Pete Burchill can be found on this podcast wearing three different hats. He loves hats does Pete.
Hat 1 is the first part of the interview where he talks about his told as the organiser of Sheffield's Co-op Member Pioneers. Who do lots of grea
The Independent Visitor scheme is run by Sheffield City Council and involves adults being paired up with a young person who is currently living within the care system.
Details here https://sheffnews.com/news/become-an-independent-visitor
Tom French is a man who likes to mess about with numbers and stats and uses them to try and make positive changes to the things around him. i.e. homelessness. To make a greater impact than doing this alone Tom started Sheffield Data for Good wh
Luisa has been working to bring art to the people of Sheffield for over a decade woth the specific aim to make it more accessible in for specific folks so we thought we'd have a little chat with her and see how things are going and what plans s
Leonie and her partner (don't think his true identiity is ever revelaed in the podcast) started Amazelb earlier this year.
They do science experiments, shows, demonstrations for anyone who needs a science experiment, show or demonstration.
A charity that provides individuals with clothing and gets people prepared for job interviews. People who may never have worn a suit before who are referred to the charity by local people.
They can be found on social media at
A wee chat with Mr Mike Tuck about what is going on in the world of basketball in the wonderful city of Sheffield.
Mike can be find on social media at
On this episode, we talk to Daniel from #MentalMate. A group Daniel set up to help others with their mental health through boxing classes and more.
They can be found here:
Twitter: https://twitter.com/UnShutFestival (https://twitter.com/mate