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We are Sheffield Snooker Academy for children & young people with additional needs. Please sponsor us and make us smile. All proceeds go to providing more snooker sessions.

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City of York Council & Mencap are all geared up to deliver the UK Snooker Awards. ”Thank you for providing us with a great day's training, yesterday. The course was great and we are all looking forward to developing inclusive snooker in York." Jason White, CYC

The Cue Club delivers Social Engagement through Snooker (SETS) and aims to enable disadvantaged groups and individuals to participate in sport and improve their quality of life.

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Your break! We provide support for young people with special needs. Our research has shown that this is very successful with 100% of the young people enjoying playing snooker and 87% enjoying being part of the group. The young people questioned want to come more often and their parents identifying that the sessions have improved confidence and social skills. Comments from the research with parents included:

“Thanks very much for letting Alfie come, very well run group, everybody helpful and friendly, make it more frequent, more than happy with the service and people involved, very good, wish we could have more sessions.”

“Jack only has snooker and enjoys attending. We would pay for more sessions for Jack. Jack feels really confident when attending this club.”


A service provided by Stephen Harrison Academy for Sheffield City Council

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