Losing a child is very isolating and it makes such a difference to spend time with other parents in a safe supportive environment. On Saturday 10thJune, to raise awareness for anyone local, the “Care for the Family” national charity is holding a support day at St Marks Church, Grenoside Sheffield S35 8PR for parents who have lost a child of any age or in any circumstance.
The CDYST on Coldwell Lane S10 5TJ is looking for someone to clean/monitor the hall. It’s a few hours per week, very flexible with some weekend work. It would suit someone local & maybe someone who has an interest in the local community. Further details please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hallam Chase Fell Race is the oldest continuously run Fell Race in the world.
This annually run race over a 3¼ mile-long course with 800 feet of climb, organised by Hallamshire Harriers and hosted by Hallam Cricket Club, takes place this Tuesday, 30th May.
Runners set off from Hallam Football/Cricket Club’s Sandygate ground at 8 pm, go down Coldwell Lane, Den Bank through the Rivelin Valley, and up Tofts Lane to Stannington Church gates, before returning by the same route.
This heritage-related event goes back as far as 1862. The current record time of 19 minutes 42 seconds was set in 1968 by Trevor Wright. Find out more on the Hallam Chase and Hallamshire Harriers website.
The Snake Pass will be closed for 5 days from tomorrow Monday 22nd May.
To allow for extensive urgent repairs and resurfacing works to be carried out on the narrow width of single carriageway at Gillot Hey and the landslip at Wood Cottage, the A57, from the turning for the Upper Derwent Fairholmes visitor centre, to the summit of the Snake Pass, will be closed in both directions to all traffic including pedestrians and cyclists.