Crosspool Forum Open Meeting, Stephen Hill Church, Wednesday 27th October 7pm
As things are slowly getting back to some sort of normality post-pandemic, the Crosspool Forum are pleased to announce that by following present covid guidelines, it is relatively safe to start holding their Open Meetings once again.
With their usual venue (St Columba Church) being presently used for community vaccinations, the Crosspool Forum were kindly offered the nearby Stephen Hill Church , Crosspool, S10 5PL to hold their forthcoming Open Meeting, Wednesday 27th October 7pm. (Unfortunately the Stephen Hill Church is occupied by another group on Thursday, hence the reason for the change from the day previously advertised).
Local councillors and the police will be on hand to listen to your concerns on local issues, and a guest speaker to give a brief update on the vaccination programme at St Columba.
An open invitation and a warm welcome is extended to all residents, and people who empathise with Crosspool, to attend this and all Crosspool Forum Open Meetings.
Coronavirus remains a serious health risk. You should stay cautious to help protect yourself and others.
For everyone’s continued safety, we encourage face coverings and hand sanitizing.
After government lockdown rules were relaxed on April 12th all non-essential retail shops, hair and nail salons, along with outdoor restaurants for table service, reopened in Crosspool. The Sportsman and Crosspool Tavern are planning to reopen for outdoor table service on Thursday April 29th.
The pandemic lockdown has been difficult and damaging for local shops and businesses. To help them return to as near to normal as quickly as possible, it’s important that we continue to take a cautious approach. Social distancing and Face covering are still required for shops until Jun 21, the earliest point at which the country could return fully to normal living.
The full list of non-essential shops that have reopened since closing their doors on January 6th:
“Direct Travel” Tele: 0114 268 7500
“Layers Flooring” Tele: 0114 2669888
“Charisma” Tele: 0114 263 1003
“More Posh than Dosh” Tele: 0114 268 4556
“Inspiration Hair Salon” Tele: 0114 266 3996
“Enhance” Tele: 0114 266 5950
“Expert Barbers” Tele: 0114 266 1234
“Ronaldo” Tele: 0114 266 2133
Peppermint Tele: 0114 327 0410
Open for Takeaway and or outdoor table service:-
“Nest Café” Tele: 07977 737232
“Varanasi Inn” Tele: 0114 266 1017
“Papa Ciccios” Tele: 0114 268 4440
“Hudson’s Kitchen” Tele: 0114 449 5341 Opens next week, after refurbishment, for takeaways, outdoor & garden table service.
“Cuore Siciliano” Tele: 0114 266 9811 At the moment Cuore Siciliano are open Monday to Wednesday from 9am to 2:30pm and Thursday to Saturday from 4pm to 8pm. In the morning they offer panini with our Sicilian sausage or panino caprese or homemade burgers and sandwiches vegetarian and gluten free as well. They do homemade stuffed Focaccia Bread and pizza, homemade cake and Sicilian sweets as cannoli filled with ricotta cheese or cassata siciliana and other delicious treats stuffed with nutella. They will probably add more sweets, and of course they do coffee. They also sell typical homemade Sicilian products; sausage, salame and pancetta.
Churches will fully open as and when Government Guidelines Permit
“St Columba’s” Tele: 0114 267 0006 (Services at Stephen Hill)
“Stephen Hill Methodist Church” Tele: 0114 230 5676 Services resume at Stephen Hill on Sunday, 18th April at 10.30am. However, because of Covid -19 restrictions, and social distancing regulations in Church numbers are limited, so it’s very important that they know how many folk wish to attend the service. email: email@example.com Services will still be accessible via Zoom
“Tapton Hill Congregational Church” Tele: 0114 230 8191 Services are conducted in line with Government guidance on Wednesday evenings and every 2nd & 4th Sunday in the month: taptonchurch.com
“Church of St Francis of Assisi” Tele: 0114 263 0383 Victual parish gatherings: stfrancisrc-sheffield.org.uk
This is what Tapton Hill Congregational Church are doing for Easter
From Palm Sunday (March 28th) the Church garden will have displays illustrating the events of Holy Week.
In a simple way to tell your children the Easter story; the gates will be decorated with palm branches and a cardboard donkey, Rascals after-school club will produce a banner of the Last Supper and the glass doors will have a tissue-paper scene of Easter morning and the empty tomb. Pop along during the week.
Across has been made by Church members and on Easter Sunday they will decorate the cross with cut flowers and you are welcome to pop down and add a stem too.