Glenda Debrouwer receives the 2016 Crosspool Forum Community award from chair Ian Hague
Crosspool Forum is looking for nominations for the 2017 community award, or Crosspool Person of the Year as it is known.
The award was set up in 2013 to acknowledge commitment, accomplishment and achievement by individuals in the neighbourhood.
Nominate someone by filling in the form below.
Previous winners of the award have included retired Lydgate Junior School headteacher Sue Havenhand, Crosspool Forum chair Ian Hague and deputy chair Steve Reynolds.
In 2016 Glenda de Brouwer picked up the award for her leadership of the Beavers group and her work as a teacher at Lydgate Junior School.
2017 Crosspool Person of the Year nomination form
Stephen Hill Methodist Church, Crosspool
Beacon Methodist Church (covering Stephen Hill, Broomhill and Nether Green congregations) is looking for a Property Manager to work part time, starting as soon as possible:
We seek someone to manage the three properties of our busy multi-site church in western Sheffield.
The job involves seeking and co-ordinating lettings; basic maintenance and organising specialists for more advanced maintenance; and administrative duties necessary for the safe and efficient running of our properties.
20 hours per week, mostly midweek but with flexibility for some evening and weekend work. Salary: £15,000 per annum.
For more information please contact: Rev Will Fletcher on 0114 230 5676 or at email@example.com.
Closing date for applications: Friday 21 April 2017.
Cyclists competing in the Magnificent Seven challenge were greeted by local residents and a rainbow as they rode up Hagg Hill on Sunday.
Rainbow over Hagg Hill cyclists (photo: Visit Sheffield)
The crowd on Hagg Hill
New priest-in-charge at St Columba’s church
New leaders were welcomed to St Columba’s church in Crosspool on Wednesday.
Reverend Iain Lothian is the new priest in charge and Reverend Christopher Stebbing is taking on the role of assistant curate.
The licensing and installation service was led by the venerable Malcolm Chamberlain, archdeacon of Sheffield and Rotherham.
After standing as a trustee since 1986 Gillian Drinkwater retired this month. So any queries about the trust and the hire of its premises on Coldwell Lane should go to trustee Dave Bolsover (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the Booking Secretary Liz Flesher (email@example.com).