Crosspool Forum Open Meeting this Thursday 27th January 7pm at St Columba’s Church Hall, Manchester Road.
Local councillors and the police will be on hand to listen to your concerns on local issues. Guest Speakers:- St Columba’s Church and King Edwards School.
The government has announced that the measures put in place under plan B in England will be lifted on Thursday 27th January. To protect ourselves and others in crowded and indoor spaces, where we may come into contact with people we do not normally meet, it is suggested that we continue to sanitize and wear a face mask.
A proposal for the erection of a 20m high phone mast and associated ancillary works on the Crosspool District Youth Sports Trust Sports Field, Coldwell Lane, Sheffield, S10 5TJ has been refused. Yesterday, 17th January the Local Planning Authority REFUSED the Approval for the above-mentioned development. The Local Planning Authority considered that owing to the siting, height, detailing, and bulk of the proposed mast and associated equipment, the development represented an overly prominent and obtrusive feature which would be out of scale and character with the open space area in which it was to be sited. Consequently, the proposal would have been harmful to the visual amenities of the locality and contrary to Unitary Development Plan Policies, the Core Strategy Policy, and National Planning Policy Framework.
Despite the Local Planning Authority wishing to work with the applicant in a positive and proactive manner, the application was considered contrary to policy requirements, and, there being no perceived amendments that would address these shortcomings without compromising the fundamental intention of the scheme the Local Planning Authority had no alternative but to refuse consent.
Recently featured in the Sheffield Star, the 3000 members strong local Facebook history group, “S10 & Surrounding Areas Over the Years”, is, when normality returns, looking to start meet-ups and expand to share their documented stories, photos, and memories with even more like-minded people.
Although a private group, and therefore having to request to join, applicants are very rarely refused membership, so why not take a look at the Group’s Facebook Page and take a trip down memory lane,
Just Four More Days left to enjoy the experience of traveling on the inexpensive and convenient X57 bus route over the picturesque Snake Pass to Manchester.
The SnakeX57 service, operated by Hulleys of Baslow, provided a useful link from Sheffield – Crosspool – Ladybower – Derwent – Glossop – Hyde and on to Manchester. Sadly this socially friendly and efficient service will no longer run after this Saturday 8th January 2022
Whilst shopping in Crosspool, don’t miss the opportunity, to pop along to GT News, Charisma, Enhance, or the Pet Shop for your 2022 Crosspool Calendar. Many of the photos in the calendar were taken by local residents.
Monies raised from calendar sales go to help the Crosspool Forum fund local events, improve and promote the well-being of the community.
A reminder that the X57bus service to Manchester is due to stop running after the last day of operation on Saturday 8 January 2022
The X57 Snake route, operated by Hulleys of Baslow, has for the past 18 months, provided a useful link from Sheffield over the Snake Pass through Glossop and onto Manchester.
Sadly, despite the service receiving a positive reception at its launch, the lack of passenger numbers has prompted a decision for the service to be withdrawn.
Hulleys Managing Director; “For a small operator such as ourselves launching such a high-profile service connecting two cities over a tortuous road was always going to be challenging, but we gave it our very best day after day, in spite of the weather, road closures, temporary traffic lights and so on.” “If buses could run on goodwill then who knows; a huge thank you to those who supported it, either on-board or just cheering from the roadside.
Tomorrow Saturday 18th December, 11.00am to 12noon. With a gentle breeze and very little chance of rain, just wrap up warm, bring your neighbours & friends, grab a takeaway drink from a local Crosspool café and enjoy Christmas Carolling with a Brass Quartet playing in the Crosspool Precinct.
The Musicians all play in different brass bands and love getting together at Christmas for carolling. They will have a collection bucket and voluntary donations are very much appreciated which will go towards the running costs of their bands.
Apparently, 23 other sites were looked at and dismissed due to their close proximity to residential property and schools.
The Crosspool District Youth Sports Trust (C.D.Y.S.T.) is a non-profit making charitable trust set up to benefit the local community in providing sporting and recreational facilities in a hall and on outside grounds.
These facilities are in constant use by the youth of the community. Every year hundreds of children use these facilities for, dance classes, playgroups, children’s parties, Makenki Karate, girls’ & boys’ football teams, and many other youth activities.
Planning and development. Regenerating Sheffield, ensuring all new development is sustainable, raising design quality and launching a new City Plan. www.sheffield.gov.uk