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Business ‘Start-Up Day’ Thurs 20th Sept. 2018

3 Sep

Do you have a business idea and are wondering how to turn it into a reality? Then come to the BIPC Start-up Day, it is just for you. Join us for a packed programme of FREE workshops, meet experts and hear inspirational talks that will give you a head-start!

business and IP Centre


All events are FREE! Book one ticket for the day or separate tickets for individual workshops via  or Telephone 0114 273 4712

  • 9:30 Doors open
  • 9:45 Welcome and Introduction to the day
  • 10-11 Top tips when starting a business by Business Sheffield, Working through from business idea, test trading and registering with HMRC.
  • 11:15-12:45 Meet the Experts we have gathered together a mixture of Business Advisers and Start-up stars who can give you help and advice on how to start your business!
  • 1:00-2:00 The Sky’s NOT the Limit-WE ARE! Sue Curr will talk about her mission to inspire you to become the best version of yourself that you can possibly be by reprogramming the way you think & in doing so empower you to achieve the results you seek
  • 2:15-3:00 Inside Innovation Roger Tipple, Our Innovator in Residence, sharing his experience of how to get your idea to market!
  • 3:15-4:00 How to showcase your business using Mailchimp to reach existing and new customers! Emma Taylor, our social media expert from girlaboutshef
  • 4:15-5:00 Visual Thinking Skills to get things done! Laura Evans from Nifty Fox Creative gives an alternative picture on planning 

What’s On in May, 2018 – The Banner Cross Neighbourhood Group’s Must See Guide

4 May

This guide really is indispensable, thank you to Banner Cross Neighbourhood Group for pulling together and producing this monthly guide to whats on in the area. You’d be hard pushed not to find an activity, talk or event that doesn’t appeal to you. There’s so much going on in your area and this guide saves you time by pulling together a calendar each month of local goings on. Check out this guide here >> May 18 Whats On


If you would like to join the Banner Cross Neighbourhood Group, BXNG, and receive this monthly calendar as well as other local information, or if you have an event that you’d like publicised, please contact the Secretary either on 0114 2557198 or by email at with your name and address.

Keep Your Mind and Memory Active – 6 Week Course in Crookes for the over 50’s

14 Feb

Attention Crookes! Drink Wise Age Well are delivering a 6 week activity course for the over 50s beginning  20th March 2018 to help keep your mind and memory active. Activities around Memory, mindfulness, mental dexterity and creativity will be offered. Please get in touch with them directly if you would like to book a place or express an interest in future courses. 0800 0323723



Friends of Gillfield Wood – Talk on Sheffield’s Forests, Woodlands & Coutryside, Past and Future. Monday 4th December 2017

28 Nov

Monday 4th December

Welcome to a talk by Dave Aspinall the Countryside Manager for the Countryside and Environment section of Sheffield City Council. Dave will consider the rich history and current management of Sheffield City Council’s 1615 Hectares of Forests, Woodlands and Countryside, and share something of the emerging Trees and Woodlands Strategy.

Totley Library, Baslow Road, 7:30pm

Free to members, £3 contribution from non members

Note – this is not related to Street Trees


Food Hygiene Course at Tapton Hill Congregational Church 26th October 2017

11 Oct

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Tapton Hill Congregational Church is holding a short food hygiene course on Thursday 26 October from 10am-2pm.

It is suitable for any voluntary organisation that does occasional catering e.g. buffets/coffee mornings etc. The cost is £30 per person.

Email Suzanne Nockels to book your place at

Tapton Hill Congregational Church

Basic First Aid For Sport

9 May

Basic First Aid For Sport – South Yorkshire Sport

Tue, 10 May 2016 – Tue, 24 May 2016 (18:00 – 21:00)

This course will run over three evening dates at Sheffield & Hallamshire County FA Offices, Sheffield:

10th May, 6-9pm
17th May, 6-9pm
24th May, 6-9pm

The FA Basic Sports First Aid course is a foundation sports first aid course aimed at ‘lay first aiders’, specifically coaches, teachers, parents and volunteers, who are responsible for the provision of first aid when supporting sports activities.

Course Aims & Objectives Aims:

– To provide the student with an understanding of the general duties, responsibilities and treatment principles of first aid. – To provide students with the basic knowledge, skills and attitude necessary to recognise and differentiate major from minor injury and the ability to offer basic first aid and injury/illness management and advice to a participant who has sustained illness/injury when engaged in sports activity, or in sports environments.


On completion of the course, the student should be able to:
– Describe the duties, responsibilities, general treatment principles and priorities of emergency care provision. – Describe the elements of pre-event preparation in relation to emergency care provision. – Demonstrate an understanding of basic anatomy and physiology in relation to first aid. – Conduct the logical ‘on-field’ assessment (SALTAPS) of a participant and apply principles of infection control. – Recognise and respond to the signs and symptoms of common injuries. – Recognise and respond to the signs and symptoms of common illnesses.


More Information:

This link takes you from the South Yorkshire Sport website to another domain. Although we make every effort to ensure these links are accurate, we cannot take responsibility for pages maintained by external providers.

Heeley Development Trust – Adult Learning Courses

13 Aug

Please find attached flyers for courses starting in September 2015.

Others adult learning classes.pdf

South West adult learning Sept 2015.pdf

This Girl Can – Sept 2015.pdf

What is Health – Heeley – Sept 2015.pdf