Covid-19 response

Darnall Well Being have taken the difficult decision to suspend all face-to-face group and individual activities and services in response to Covid-19. This is to protect the most vulnerable members of the community and safeguard the health and wellbeing of everyone.

Our team have put in place alternative services where possible, e.g. telephone appointments and reaching out to people who might welcome staying in touch.

Darnall Well Being are also operating as a Community Hub during this time. Please see here for more details about what we can offer. Our Community Hub contact details are:

Email or Phone: 0114 249 6315 or Text/Call: 07946 320 808.

Please follow our social media for updates on our services.

Darnall Well Being

Darnall Well Being is a local, not-for-profit, community health organisation working to help the people of Darnall, Tinsley and neighbouring areas stay healthy.

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Families enjoying a school holiday event at EIS, run by DWB and SIV

We offer a combination of activities, 1 to 1 support and volunteering opportunities, as well as delivering local health campaigns, health events, brief-intervention training and talks.
Our greatest asset is the empathy of our local infrastructure of volunteers and staff – support from next door, which we’ve built in the 20 years that we have been active in the area.

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DWB AGM attendees holding a timeline to show the length of their involvement with DWB.

Through our integrated programme of activities and services, we aim to reduce health inequalities by helping people build their knowledge and resilience to manage their own health and wellbeing.

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Staff and volunteers having fun at a family event in the park

We’re located at the Darnall Primary Care Centre on Main Road in Darnall. Our Welcome Desk in the waiting area is always stocked with plenty of information and leaflets about our activities. There is usually someone available on the desk to speak to on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings – or you can contact us any time by email or phone!

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14 hours ago
So many different online activities available at the Virtual Village Hall! #GetInvolved
16 hours ago
#JustGetTheJab for your child to protect them from flu.
NHS Sheffield CCG @NHSSheffieldCCG
Just the flu? There is no just about it. If your child was aged 2 or 3 on the 31 August, protect them and those around them with a free flu vaccine. It’s just a quick nasal spray. To find out more speak to your GP today. #getyourflujab
16 hours ago
New 'Leading Through Health and Wellbeing' programme from @SHU_AWRC! 👏
16 hours ago
Could you share any ideas for this Sheffield low-sugar cookery book? #TuesdayTips
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Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park @OLPSheffield
Ideas wanted for new Sheffield low-sugar cook book - @sweetenoughshef is inviting people to share ideas & homemade recipes for a new low-sugar food book as part of a citywide initiative to reduce sugar levels in our diets. Ideas must be sent by Fri 27 Nov.

We receive funding from:

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