Sheffield Classical Weekend

As part of the Sheffield Classical Weekend, the Hallam Choral Society together with Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus and Orchestra and Hallam Sinfonia will be performing Mahler’s 2nd Symphony;
Resurrection at the Sheffield City Hall at 7.00 pm, Sunday 19th March 2023



Alpaca life drawing, tomorrow Saturday 23rd April, 14:00 ‚Äď 15:30

Alpaca Drawing

Come down for an afternoon of Alpaca life drawing at Holly Hagg Community Farm of Alpacas. It’s the perfect setting to get creative and look at the lovely view of Rivelin Valley!
Drawing materials will be supplied but please bring your own if you can.
All drawing abilities and children are welcome to this session; you will be gently guided and given some fun techniques to try.
*Bring a blanket/chair or coat to sit on! We have a few spares if you forget though!
PLEASE NOTE! – If you look outside and it’s raining then please check our website we will have to postpone the event….we can’t draw when it’s soggy ūüė¶
If you have any questions contact or call 07504744758


Wanted: books, bric-a-brac & tombola prizes for the Crosspool Summer Fayre

Summer Fayre 2015
Summer Fayre, Crosspool S10 5TJ,

Do you have any unwanted books, prizes, gifts, or bric-a-brac that might be suitable for the Crosspool Summer Fayre tombola or one of the stalls?

If so, please get in touch with Gillian on

We can collect them if necessary, or you can drop them off locally.

Art in the Gardens

The largest outdoor art market in the north of England!

The 2020 Sheffield City Council annual Art in the Gardens event in the Sheffield Botanical Gardens.

Saturday 5th September and Sunday 6th September
Two sessions each day 10.30am -14:00pm and 14:00pm -17:30pm.

Admission tickets for over 16 years £5.00, under 16 years free.

Get your tickets here:


This year‚Äôs Crosspool festival well- dressing on the theme of ‚ÄúTIME‚ÄĚ, was produced over a period of a week by the Petalers seen stood to the left of the display, but has been in the planning since the beginning of the year.

Well Blessing 2019
2019 Well Blessing

Using only natural materials, it has taken a total of 400 working hours to produce this year’s traditional well-dressing.

Some of the materials used were:-  Clay, Hydrangea, various leaves, Chrysanthemum, Magnolia seed pods, Parsley, Fern, Bamboo, Burberis, Ornamental grass, Magnolias, Feverfew, Pine cones, Peppercorns, string, grit and many many more. Can you spot any more?





Saturday’s ceilidh cancelled – ticket refunds available

The ceilidh, due to take place on Saturday at St Columba’s Church, has been cancelled due to poor ticket sales. Ticket refunds are available at Nest cafe, or wherever you purchased your ticket.

The rest of the 2018 Crosspool Festival events continue as planned.

A quick reminder that the Open Mic night at Nest cafe on Friday 6 July starts at 7.30pm, not 8pm as stated in the printed programme.