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.
A Reminder that this evenings Crosspool Forum Open Meeting in St Columba’s Church, is Cancelled.
As we’re sure you’re already aware, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has meant that it’s now, more than ever, vital to limit social contact and avoid gatherings. For that reason and to help keep everyone safe, the difficult decision was made to cancel this evening’s Open Meeting. While we know this is disappointing, we hope you can understand our reasoning for making this decision.
If restrictions allow, it’s very much hope that the next Open Meeting will go ahead in St Columba’s Church at 7pm, on Thursday 28th January, 2021.
To find out more about the virus and how you can do your bit, visit the NHS Website.
Coronavirus – Helping the Vulnerable and Self-isolating
Cllr Anne Murphy met with the leaders of the Crosspool Forum and other Crookes and Crosspool groups today.
Adult health and social care workers, housing officers, community wellbeing staff, Crosspool Care and other members of the Voluntary Community Forum sector were present at the meetings
As a result of those meetings a very clear message came out that we want to give to everyone:
This is an update to all those kind people wanting to be Volunteers and give support to local vulnerable and self-isolating people in their local areas and roads.
Please DON’T send letters out to people asking them to respond to you if they need help, you may be putting yourself and others at risk.
Please DON’T do any work with vulnerable people without the knowledge and appropriate protection of the relevant leaders in your area from the above groups who are co-ordinating volunteers and staff for people in your area.
VAS is meeting tomorrow 17th March 2pm at the Town Hall Jill Malcolm is co-ordinating attendants please contact her for any information or if you intend to go to the meeting.
Public Health Sheffield along with VAS is also able to give out help and advice
Phone 111 if you require any NHS advice and support
Please contact Cllr Anne Murphy with any issues you feel you don’t have access to advice on. Tel: 07788917981
Crosspool Forum’s next Open Meeting/this Thursday 30th January 2020, 7pm, St Columba’s Church, Manchester Road, Crosspool S10 5PL.
Come along and express your concerns on local issues to local councillors, guest speakers and the police.