Broomhill Community Library
Broomhill Community Library is holding one of its super (cheap!) book sales at the library 10, Taptonville Road, Sheffield, S10 5BR- starting this Tuesday 30th May and lasting until Saturday.
Do pop along and see what they’ve done to fresh YOUR local library, and support their fundraising.
Tuesday & Saturday, 10.00 – 1.00 pm
Monday, Wednesday & Friday, 10.00 – 5.00 pm
Tel: 0114 273 4276
Car Boot Sale 3rd June 2023
CROSSPOOL SUMMER FAYRE
INVITE TO STALLHOLDERS –
Crosspool Forum would like to invite stallholders to be part of our Summer Fayre, Saturday 8th July 2023.
For further information or to book a 4m x 4m Plot
Please email email@example.com
WANTED FOR THE CROSSPOOL SUMMER FAYRE –
If you have any unwanted books, prizes, new gifts or
bric-a-brac items that you consider suitable for the tombola or one of your other stalls, please get in touch using Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
We can collect if necessary, or they can be dropped off locally
Car Boot Sale -This Saturday 10 Sept 2022
Crosspool Tavern Car Boot Sale
Crosspool Forum, Car Boot Sale,
Saturday, 10th September 2022
8:00 am to 11:30 am
Crosspool Tavern Car Park
To pre-book a £6 pitch
Tele: – 07902 022 950/ 0114 230 6247/ 07713 687 955
It can be extremely therapeutic to have a big clear-out at home and discover items long since forgotten, and it’s even better when you can sell something on so that someone else can enjoy it.
There’s nothing better than venturing out on a sunny Saturday morning with family and friends to hunt for fantastic bargains. Forget eBay and the like … the humble car boot sale offers the perfect platform for meeting like-minded people for exchanging items.
Okay, so we’re not blessed with the best of weather here in the UK. If it does rain, then the area is tarmacked and there’s always good food and drink to enjoy in the Crosspool Tavern.
Come rain or shine, there will always be traders and buyers willing to brave the elements in search of hidden gems that may be lurking on one of the many stalls.
Just remember that even if you no longer need something, another person might – and by the end of the morning, you could have earned a tidy sum of cash for your unwanted items and helped the environment by recycling.
Crosspool 2022 Summer Fayre
After the pandemic restrictions were lifted, we all very much welcomed getting back to some form of normality, so it was a delight to see our wonderful community come together once again to have lots of fun and enjoy the first Crosspool Summer Fayre since July 2019
There’s not a child in Crosspool who hasn’t said ‘Good morning’ to Lydgate Infants School crossing patrol legend Eddy Parton. Every school day up to his last patrol on April 1st, 2021, Eddie, with his reassuring smile, would be on patrol to carefully help children to cross Lydgate Lane safely.
In recognition and appreciation of keeping children safe, Eddie was invited to officially open this year’s Crosspool Summer Fayre on Saturday, July 2nd.
Blessed with good weather, everything from the Bric-a-Brac, Craft, Book, and delicious Food and Drink stalls, to a wide range of fun activities, games, and competitions designed for families to have lots of fun, a superb bouncy castle/slide for the children, and the Holly Hagg Alpacas were kept very busy throughout the afternoon. So much so, that despite the usual indoor entertainment being somewhat curtailed, due to the present spike in Covid, the day was a huge success for the community.
Thank you to the many people and businesses, who donated prizes, bought raffle tickets, donated prizes, and came and supported us on the day. We would also like to thank the many residents, their families, and friends who helped on stalls and who attended or volunteered at this year’s Summer Fayre. A fantastic achievement for all involved, especially Steve and Ian who worked incredibly hard coordinating all aspects of the day to ensure that the event was a great success.
2023 Summer Fayre, Saturday July 1st,
Crosspool Festival Ninth & Penultimate Day
Crosspool Summer Fayre 1.00pm–4.30pm
CDYST, Coldwell Lane Crosspool Sheffield S10 5TL
An Afternoon of Fun, Activities & Musical entertainment for the Whole Family
On the Sports Field a variety of over twenty Stalls along with – Bouncy Castle/Slide; Coconut Shy: Tin-Can: Alley: Splat the Rat: Huck-a-Duck: Pirate and the Princess: Plants & Flowers: Traditional Barrel Organ: Bar: Burger Bar: a Band, and The Holly Hagg Alpaca’s
In the Hall – Tombola: Brica Brac stall: Book stall: Jewellery stall: The Illustrious Belly Dancer, Dee and the children’s favourite entertainer, Barney Baloney with Henry
Entrance:- Adults 50P Children free
Crosspool W. I. Fashion Show
Stephen Hill Church, Manchester Road, Crosspool , 3.00pm – 5.00pm
Tickets £5 (incl. refreshments)
Tickets from Crosspool Pet Supplies or on the Door.
Festival Family Fun
St Columbia’s Church.Manchester Road, Crosspool
Circus Activities and a Film Show
“The Greatest Showman”
Tuck Shop. Suggested Donation £3
Sportsman (ember inn), Benty Lane, Crosspool
Live music with Simon Cottingham 9.00pm -11.00pm
Collection for Festival Charities
Sponsored by Sheffield Girls’ Infant, Junior & Senior School
Cakes & Bakes – Books – Food & Drink – Bouncy Castle – Craft Stalls – Face Painting – Tombola & Raffle – Holly Hagg Alpacas – Local Acts & Performances –
In and around Fulwood Old Chapel 8 Whiteley Lane, Sheffield S10 4GL
Sunday 12th June
1pm – 6pm