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SUFC – Premier League Kicks football coaching on Bingham Park (former tennis courts)

25 Oct

Sheffield United will deliver two coaching sessions on Bingham Park;

Tuesday 29th October 1pm – 3pm

Thursday 31st October 1pm – 3pm

please bring suitable footwear along with kit.

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NEW– COMMUNITY BOXING CIRCUIT CLASS – DORE

23 Jul

Boxing circuit session- fitness class
for all abilities with a boxing theme.
Whether your a champion or new to
boxing, try this fun enjoyable session
This is not an Age UK Sheffield activity—All ages and abilities are welcome.
Where: Dore Church Hall, Townhead Road,
When: Wednesday’s 10.30am-11.30am
(Starting 3rd of July )
Cost: £5 per participant
No booking Is required just come along
Contact /information: joanna.glaves@ageuksheffield.org.uk
NEW– COMMUNITY BOXING CIRCUIT CLASS

Winter Cricket Coaching for Kids

26 Nov

Millhouses Works Cricket Club are putting on winter cricket coaching every Sunday for 12 weeks from January 6th for boys & girls of all abilities. Booking link here! https://goo.gl/forms/Cs1cpCYkqaLCLhaw2

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November’s ‘Whats On’ Guide

1 Nov

The What’s On In November guide is here, compiled and brought to you by the Banner Cross Neighbourhood Group. Email bannercross.ng@gmail.com to sign up for the monthly guide and other local updates including progress on local planning applications.

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Plenty to keep South West Sheffield busy right here….November 18 What’s On

 

Free History Walks in Totley and the City Centre

20 Sep

Drink Wise Age Well have spaces for history walks in Totley and in the City Centre. Spaces are for people aged 50 and over living in Sheffield. Call 0800 032 3723 for more information or to book on.

Sheffield Walking Festival 7-16th September 2018

3 Sep

10 days. 35 walks. 1 amazing city.
Strap on your boots and take in Sheffield on foot as Sheffield Walking Festival returns 7 – 16 September 2018. Over ten days, the festival presents a host of enjoyable walks for a range of abilities, with plenty to see and discover along the way.

The full festival programme for 2018 has now been revealed. All walks are FREE to attend, but you must be registered- follow link for walk details and to book on via eventbrite    http://theoutdoorcity.co.uk/walking-festival/

 

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Chairobics in Crosspool

3 Jul

Crosspool Forum were successful in applying for Ward Pot funding last year to continue the chairobics sessions held every Tuesday at the Scout Hall on Benty Lane from 10:45am to 11:45. The sessions are £3 and available to anyone, focusing on strength, flexibility and balance.

New Ramp access has been made to the Scouts Hall to make the building more accessible. If you’re interested in joining in or know of someone who might benefit from a class and a chat, please contact Ian on 07713687955 or email crosspoolforum@gmail.com

Join Sheffield University for a Walk to Wellbeing, 16th May 2018

4 May

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Mental Health Awareness Week is taking place on 14 – 20 May and in support of this, the Residence Life team would like to invite you to a Walk to Wellbeing!

Walking regularly is a great form of exercise, and it isn’t just good for your body – it’s great for your mind too! Regular exercise will improve your mood and increase feelings of wellbeing – and it can even help relieve feeling of depression. Being outside in the fresh air has been linked to better mental wellbeing and reduced stress. Walking can also be a social activity when done in a group or with friends, so it can help to tackle feelings of isolation or loneliness.

With this in mind, Residence Life wants to invite you to join us on a Walk to Wellbeing on Wednesday 16th May at 2pm meeting at The Edge Piazza on 34 Endcliffe Crescent, Sheffield, S10 3ED. The walk will begin at around 2.15pm following a safety briefing where you will be allocated a group leader.

The first part of the walk will be to Forge Dam where some of you may want to finish your walk.  Then part two of the walk will be from Forge Dam to Fox House and it is advisable that only the strongest walkers join us for this part of the walk. Then we can all catch the bus back to Ecclesall Road and make our own way home!

Click here to register your interest. [ https://goo.gl/forms/328r7WcMMgpEeb0E2 ]

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You must register with a valid email account and telephone number so we can contact you a week before the Walk to Wellbeing with a pre-walk safety briefing note.

Should you wish to contact the Residence Life team before registration, please email residencelife@sheffield.ac.uk leaving your contact telephone number and a member of the team will get back to you.

 

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

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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 bannercrossneighbourhoodgroup@hotmail.co.uk with your name and address.

The Magnificent Seven cycle race – Sunday 11 March 2018

8 Feb

The Magnificent Seven cycle race will have a new base when it returns to Sheffield for the third time on Sunday 11 March.

The event will start and finish in Bradfield – a picturesque Peak District village which sits within the Sheffield boundary just seven miles outside of the city centre – to allow more entries and more space for parking.

The race is one of four headline events of The Outdoor City Weekender, running at locations across Sheffield from 9 to 11 March 2018.

A cross between a sportive and a hill climb, the Magnificent Seven will see 130 cyclists – that’s 30 more than last year – battle up seven of Sheffield’s toughest ascents. The 2018 route, which is slightly more than 26 miles long, presents each rider with over 4,200ft of climbing and inclines ranging from 9 to 23 per cent.

The race begins at 8.30am and takes in Mill Lee Road and Hoar Stones Road, Hagg Hill, Blake Street, Fern Road and Thrush Street, Birch House Avenue and Birks Wood Drive, Back Lane, and the infamous Cote de Bradfield.

This final climb challenged the world-class Tour de France riders at the Yorkshire Grand Depart in 2014 and provides spectacular views over Sheffield from its summit.

Click here to find out how you can take part or watch.

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