St Columba and Stephen Hill Church have opened their New Godly Play Recourse Centre on the stage at St Columba’s Church, 10am till 12pm every Monday and Friday in term time. A warm welcome awaits everyone who pops by to borrow a Godly Play Story, stays to enjoy a Godly play story being told, or just to have a chat and a drink.
All are welcome to drop in at St Columba’s church to enjoy pancakes on Pancake Day, Tuesday 21st February, from 3.00pm to 4.30pm. Bring your own topping.
Stephen Hill Church is having a Family Fun Friday early Easter celebration on 3rd March, 6.30pm. All are welcome to come and enjoy lots of Easter activities and an Easter Film.
St Columba welcomes all to join them for their Special All Age Cafe Church starts at 10.30am on the 5th of March with a guest visitor from `Compassion UK’ speaking at this service about how we can help children in other countries.
Easter Egg Hunt around Crosspool from the 1st to the 10th of April. Pick up your activity sheets from St Columba and Stephen Hill Church from the 13th of March. For more information contact Tara firstname.lastname@example.org
Householders who own unregistered appliances could be putting themselves and their loved ones at risk of serious injury and death, warns leading accident prevention charity, the Royal Society of Accident Prevention and the Association of Manufacturers of Domestic Appliances.
The alert comes during Register My Appliance Week which runs from the 23rd to the 27th of January. By registering a domestic appliance with the manufacturer, people can be informed of any recalls or safety issues as quickly as possible and reduce the risk of tragic incidents like fires and explosions.
Ashleigh Martin, Public Health Advisor at the Royal Society of the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA):
“With such busy lives, it’s only natural not to have domestic safety at the top of our to-do lists. But a simple action like registering your appliance as soon as you’ve purchased it can help prevent against unnecessary tragedies. By registering your appliances in a timely manner, you can be among the first to hear when there is a potentially life-saving product recall.”
AMDEA CEO Paul Hide, said: “We urge anyone with unregistered appliances – whether brand-new, a pre-used buy or installed a while ago – to register all their appliances so they can be contacted in case of any safety notifications, repairs or recalls. Most manufacturers accept registrations of machines up to 12 years old, and there’s no need for proof of purchase. It’s completely free and easy to do – it’s a win-win for keeping your home safe and possibly increasing the life span of your machine.”
Cavendish Cancer Care Are Holding Their Very Own Christmas Market.
Supporting local families, a variety of local businesses will get your Christmas shopping well and truly underway. on Wednesday 7th December at Tapton Hall, Shore Lane, Sheffield S10 3BU 5:30pm – 8:30pm Follow this link to buy your tickets or give Hayley a call on Tele: 114 275 4070.
A £7 Ticket, includes a mulled wine or hot chocolate with a mince pie or yule log Feeling peckish? Pre-order your Festive High Tea (£19.95) or Hot Turkey Sandwich (£6.95) by emailing email@example.com with your name and order.
A perfect evening to start celebrating the Christmas period!
This weekend Saturday, October 1st, and Sunday 2nd, Pumpkins & Presents will be hosting their sixth annual event with a brand NEW venue at Whirlow Hall Farm.
A feast for the eyes and senses awaits and ADMISSION is FREE to the huge Lambing Barn which has been transformed into a spectacular Autumnal gathering of makers and sellers with an emphasis on seasonality at this lovely time of year.
Over 25 handpicked traders will showcase HOME, GARDEN, LIFESTYLE, FOOD, and FEEL GOOD, indeed there will be something for everyone to enjoy a great weekend.
As well as supporting the fantastic work of Whirlow Hall Farm Trust, an important part of the event will be again fundraising for the DOG’S TRUST – so please bring along your four legged friends to join in the fun. Get creative and bring your carved Pumpkins to win a prize, or choose from a fantastic selection of locally grown pumpkins and purchase one or more to help raise money for this worthwhile charity.
Although everything takes place under cover in the large barn, there could be an Autumn chill in the air so don’t forget to wrap up warm.
Doors open at 11am and close at 4pm on both days.
The popular ‘Barn Cafe’ at Whirlow Hall Farm will be open all weekend as usual serving delicious hot and cold food and drinks, alongside a Bar and Hog Roast.
Pumpkins & Presents are looking forward to welcoming old Pumpkin friends as well as making many new ones.
Could you look after a life-saving assistance dog of the future?
Sheffield-based national charity “Support Dogs” is urgently looking for volunteers to look after its puppies and young dogs before and during their training.
“Support Dogs”, whose training centre is in Brightside, trains assistance dogs for children with autism and adults with epilepsy and a range of serious medical conditions, enabling them to lead safer, more independent lives.
None of its puppies or dogs-in-training ever spends a night in kennels but stay with local dog-loving families in and around Sheffield. Due to high demands for its services, which are provided free of charge, the charity now needs more people to volunteer as puppy socialisers – who look after pups aged between eight weeks and 15 months – and foster carers – who look after young dogs in training, in the evenings and at weekends. Lots of support is provided, including holiday cover, and regular puppy classes.
Calling all dog lovers to the Peaks PawFest doggie charity fun day on the green behind “The Sportsman” Lodge Moor, Saturday 17th September 2022, 12noon till 4 pm.
Peaks PawFest, along with their independent maker doggie “barket”, selling dog-related products, is holding the activity fun Dog Show to help raise money in aid of the Sheffield-based charity, Support Dogs.
Support Dogs help to transform the lives of people living with autism, epilepsy and physical disabilities, by offering them the support of an assistance dog. A Support Dog can help enrich a person’s life allowing them to live more confidently and independently.