Category Archives: crosspool

Flood Risk Surfaces

How are different types of front garden surfaces contributing to a flood risk? Jessica, a Sheffield Hallam University student, is currently doing research for a postgraduate degree. Her research focuses on the different types of front garden surfaces across Sheffield, … Continue reading

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Broomhill Temporary Changes to Roads and Foot-ways

Keeping people safe and socially distanced To enable pedestrians to maintain the correct social distance between themselves and others, the council will be making temporary changes to the road and footway layout on Fulwood Road and Glossop Road in Broomhill. … Continue reading

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Plough- Planning Permission Refused

Application No. 19/02130s /FUL -The Plough Inn, 288 Sandygate Rd, Sheffield, S10 5SE As a result of five councillors voting for and five against and the subsequent chair’s status quo vote, at this afternoons Sheffield City Council’s planning and highways … Continue reading

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Support Local Eating Establishments

The Eat Out to Help Out Scheme opens tomorrow 3rd August 2020. Under the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme, every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, between the 3rd and 31st August 2020, the government will pay 50% of the bill, … Continue reading

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Another Piece of History is set to Disappear

Planning officers are recommending that the application to demolish the Plough Inn, Sandygate Road is approved; we are calling on our elected councillors to overturn that decision. Please let your local councillor know, before next Tuesday, August 4th, that our … Continue reading

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Churches Tentative Reopening

Churches in Crosspool are taking a measured approach to coming out of the present pandemic lockdown. St Columba’s Church, is now open for prayer and short weekday services.As part of their gradual coming out of lockdown, from tomorrow, Monday 27th … Continue reading

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Community Quilt Final Call

This is your one last chance to have your own memorable square as part of the Community Quilt  The 31st July is the last day for you to contribute your sewn, painted, printed, knitted, and crocheted or drawn on square … Continue reading

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Shop Safe

Shops and take away outlets will require customers to don face coverings and face masks from tomorrow Friday July 24. The police can issue a £100 fine to anyone flouting the new law. The fine will be reduced to £50 … Continue reading

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More Local Businesses Reopen

Tomorrow is Service Saturday when a host of lockdown restrictions are to be eased. In line with the UK Government guidelines, from tomorrow, Saturday 4th July, the following Local Churches, Hairdressers and Restaurants/Inns will be reopening their doors. Sportsman (ember … Continue reading

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Crosspool Optometrist to Reopen

Alex Gage welcomes back patients to have safe eye care from tomorrow 1st July, They still have some staff who need to keep safe at home, so will be operating slightly reduced opening hours, 9.30 -5.30 Mon to Fri and … Continue reading

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