Archive | May, 2014

Banner Cross Parking Meter, Public Meeting 3rd June

21 May

A Public Meeting will take place on Tuesday 3rd June at Banner Cross Methodist Church

Doors open 6.30pm

Meeting 7-9pm

A discussion will take place about the proposed parking meters in the shopping area at Banner Cross with an oportunity for questions from the public.  The meeting will also be an chance to discuss the residential parking in the surrounding area. for more information contact Cllr






Public meeting to discuss 51 bus route with First on Friday 30 May 2014

19 May

I’ve just been sorting out booking the venue for local councillors to hold a meeting to discuss the 51 bus service.

If you use the service then this is for you as First Bus Commercial Director Adam Timewell will be on hand to address your concerns and answer questions.

This is an open public meeting so anyone can come along.

The meeting takes place on Friday 30 May at St Columba’s church and starts at 7pm.



Springtime Herb and Wild Food Walks on Saturdays in Sheffield and Peak District

12 May

Herb Walks 2014

A good chance to get out and about! I bet it tastes good too!

Led by local Herbalists Bendle and Delphine

Would you like to know more about the local plants that grow around you? On each occasion we will walk slowly and stop frequently to look at, taste and discuss local plants, their botany and folklore, and their culinary and medicinal uses.

Road resurfacing project roadshow arrives in Crosspool on Tuesday

12 May

You’ll have the chance to find out more in Crosspool next week about Streets Ahead, the project to renew the roads, pavements and streetlights of Sheffield.

The Streets Ahead roadshow arrives in Crosspool at The Sportsman pub on Tuesday 13 May from 2-4pm and will then move on to The Florentine 5-7pm.

Resurfacing work is already underway in areas of Tapton Hill and work around Crosspool is scheduled to continue throughout 2014.

This online map allows you to search by postcode to find an approximate date for when the work will take place on your street.

Sandygate area road resurfacing in 2014


9 May

This could be a good one to attend if you are looking to find out more about funding (or even just a chance to do a bit of networking!).

New fitness courses launch at King Edwards Community Sports Centre

9 May

Thought this may be of interest to some of you!

Crosspool News -

New fitness courses launch at King Edwards Community Sports Centre New fitness courses launch at King Edwards Community Sports Centre

A series of fitness courses have launched in Crosspool as part of a fitness, health and wellbeing initiative.

Following successful courses in Stocksbridge, Handsworth, Stannington and Wisewood, ACTIVEHEALTH Sheffield is now using the community sports centre at King Edwards’ school on Darwin Lane to host activities.

Courses coming up in May include Bums, Tums and Pins and Weight Loss programme.

All activities are delivered by qualified instructors who provide professional advice and support throughout.

ACTIVEHEALTH Sheffield Crosspool courses

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9 May

May Bank Holiday 24th-26th.

After a great event in 2013 the Sheffield Food Festival will be returning in 2014 bigger, better and tastier than ever.

A recipe for gluten-free biscuits hand-delivered by a Great British Bake Off star, cooking masterclasses with some of the region’s best chefs and a wartime kitchen are just some of the highlights of this year’s new-look Sheffield Food Festival.
This Sheffield Hallam University-organised festival will stretch from The Moor Market towards the city centre as the University celebrates a new partnership with Sheffield City Council City Centre Management and Major Events team and Scottish Widows Investment Partnership Trust (SWIPT).

Events will be sited at a number of key locations within the City Centre during the course of the Festival, these will include:

The Moor
Home to the Festival Kitchen which will feature a rolling programme of local and celebrity chef demonstrations, competitions and interviews; a huge variety of food traders as part of the food market, street food caterers and a number of exciting promotional exhibitors alongside further family activities.

The Peace Gardens
Home to the Sheffield Breweries Co-Operative mini beer festival, a host of pop-up restaurants from Sheffield’s independent restaurant scene, further artisan market traders and will feature a scheduled programme of live entertainment curated by Young Music.

Town Hall Square
Will see the return of last year’s Festival favourite the allotment, led by Green Estate and supported by Ferndale Garden Centre. Town Hall Square will be transformed into a beautiful, and edible, allotment garden with lots of planting and growing activities and the potting shed to relax in.

Visit the website for a copy of the food festival programme and for more details of this year’s programme.