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.
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 Email: email@example.com 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.
The Current owners of The Plough Inn, Sandygate Road (Spacepad Construction) has submitted an appeal against the refusal of planning permission for it to be demolished.
In the main, the appeal documents restate the case made in the original application. Some of the key parts of their claims in their submission include:
“That despite the best efforts to secure the site, most of the damage to the site is due to vandalism and fly tipping by the public. “The pub was not supported by the local community and that it is unviable as a pub due to lack of interest and customers”. “That the £50,000 annual rent they advertised was reasonable in comparison to other similar pubs”.
If this part of Sheffield’s heritage is to be saved, the Planning Inspectorate needs to be made aware that the vandalism and fly tipping is NOT the reason that the site became such an eyesore.
Again, the need is to counter this appeal by demonstrating a high level of local support for this building of historic value.
A coordinated response is being compiled by the community campaign ‘Save The Plough’. Please send your, comments and views in a statement about how you or your community group have shown support for the pub, e.g. being willing to invest in community shares, or have observed building rubbish being dumped there, unregistered cars appearing on the site, frequent fires, etc. (Any photos, or knowledge of the rental values of other pubs would be really useful) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to make your own comments directly to the Planning Inspectorate, you can email them: email@example.com Please use reference: APP/J4423/W/21/3267944. Include your name and address (you can ask this is not disclosed) and state clearly whether you are for or against the appeal.
Spacepad Construction has submitted an appeal against the refusal of planning permission to demolish “The Plough” Sandygate Road, Crosspool.
After the Sheffield City Council made their decision to refuse planning permission in August last year, Spacepad Construction lodged an appeal in January this year.
The Planning Inspectorate, (having only just got round to processing the appeal earlier this month), will have copies of all of the comments/objections made on the original application. If you have any new information or additional comments to make, you can email the Planning Inspectorate via: firstname.lastname@example.org In your email, you must include your name and address and this reference number: APP/J4423/W/21/3267944. You can request that this information is not disclosed. The deadline for submissions is August 19th.
Alternatively, you can go to the Planning Inspectorate website via this link: https://acp.planninginspectorate.gov.uk/ In the box ‘Search for a Case’ enter the reference number: 3267944 Then click on ‘Make a Representation’. Again, the deadline is August 19th
DO NOT direct any enquiries to Sheffield Planning Department, all enquiries or comments must go through the Planning Inspectorate. The appeal is being conducted on the basis of ‘written representations’ meaning that no hearings or meetings will be held. The Planning Inspectorate aims to make a decision within eight weeks.
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
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 committee meeting (held virtually), planning permission for the demolition of the Plough Inn and redevelopment of the site on Sandygate Road was refused.