TOMORROW! Book & Bric-A-Brac Sale

Grab a Bargain Early

Sale of Second-Hand Books & Bric-a-Brac

Grab the Best Bargains !!!,
The Scout Hall, Benty Lane
9am, Tomorrow, Saturday 31st July

Choose From a Huge Selection of Used Books!
*Fiction, Crime & Thrillers
*Religion, Travel, History, Physical & Mental Health
*Autobiographies & Biographies
*DIY, Cookery, Food, Gardening & Nature and other Hobbies
*Younger & Older children’s books
*Toddlers, Pre-school Infants, Junior &Teenage titles

Bric-a-Brac :- A wide range of second-hand Bric-a-Brac
*Retro & Vintage
*Ceramics & Glass
*Curios & Keepsakes

Garden Waste Collections Suspended

Green Bin Collections

Due to COVID-19 impacting staffing levels, garden waste collections are suspended for two weeks.

.The situation continues to be review and the service will resume as soon as possible. In the meantime, please keep your green bin on your property until collections restart. 

Where possible, please keep your garden waste at your home until the service recommences. If this is not possible, you can take your garden waste to your local Household Waste Recycling Centre.

Details relating to refunds or additional collections will be confirmed once the level of disruption has been assessed.

Resources are being prioritised to make sure black bin and recycling collections can operate as normal.

Service updates are also shared on the Veolia alerts page and at Recycle4Shef on Twitter

BOOK AND BRIC-A-BRAC SALE

Second-Hand Books

Sale of Second-Hand Books & Bric-a-Brac in the
Scout Hall, Benty Lane, Crosspool

Saturday 31st July
9am—2pm

Come and Grab a Bargain!!

Books:- Choose From a Huge Selection Of Used Books!
DIY, Gardening, Cooking & Leisure – Poetry, Plays & Prose – History, Fiction, Classic & Children’s Titles

Bric-a-Brac :- A wide range of second-hand Bric-a-Brac, retro and vintage –ceramics and glass – curios and keepsakes.

Help Us Keep Crosspool Clean

If you would like to be part of Helping to Keep Our Neighbourhood Clean, be outside Archers Estate Agents in the Crosspool Shopping Precinct this Saturday 1st May 2021. 9:45am for a 10am start.

For more information email: ghoulton4@gmail.com

Crosspool Litter Pickers

Local Christmas Trees Recycled

The weather was fine and kind for yesterday’s Crosspool Forum Community Christmas tree recycling event outside Direct Travel.

Christmas Tree Recycling 2021

The Forum Volunteer Marshalls efficiently  helped ensure that everything ran smoothly and thanked everyone for their cooperation  with  the request  to wear a Face Covering, observe Social Distancing, waiting  patiently in the one-way queue to Drop off  a Christmas Tree and  for not  hanging around  or  gathering Socially. Everyone’s support and willingness to help everybody keep safe during the tree recycling was really appreciated.

Every recycled Christmas tree helped protect the environment, providing chippings to be used locally as Mulch in the flower beds and woodland areas of Lydgate green. 

Social Distance Queuing

The Crosspool Forum was extremely grateful for everyone’s understanding of the strict safety guidelines which had been taken to keep safe our Community Volunteers and attendees during these unprecedented times and everyone  for getting rid of their Christmas tree in the most environmentally-friendly way.






Crosspool Christmas Tree Recycling Update

Having now been officially advised that trips for waste management and Community work/volunteering are permitted during the current lock down, in the interest of protecting the environment, the Crosspool Forum  has taken the decision to go ahead with the Christmas Tree Recycling this Sunday, 10th January 2021 –(10am to 11.30am).

To ensure that everything runs smoothly and STRICT SAFETY GUIDELINES are observed, the following steps will be taken to help keep everyone safe during the tree recycling.

Everyone will be required to:-

  • Observe Social Distancing –
  • Wear a Face Covering –
  • Follow the Guidance of the Forum Volunteer Marshals, who will be on hand all morning to supervise socially distanced one-way queuing during a drop and go approach.
  • (NO Hanging around or Gathering Socially).

Thank you for your interest in protecting the environment by recycling your Christmas  tree and for your understanding that these steps have had to be taken to help keep our Volunteers and attendees safe during these unprecedented times.

To find out more about the virus and how you can do your bit, visit the NHS, and National Lockdown Guidance. Gov.uk websites.

Christmas Tree Recycling Reminder

Please! Please!, respect the environment and everyone’s Safety,  make recycling your Christmas tree a real family occasion by disposing of your tree sensibly on Sunday Morning, 10th January, between 10am & 11.30am,  

Can we respectfully ask that you DON’T drop your tree off before this date and time.

Crosspool Christmas Tree Recycling

Crosspool Forum love shredding real Christmas and encourages you, for a small donation, to recycle your discarded Christmas tree.

Andrew Clayton, a Local tree specialist, will provide Christmas tree recycling for the Community of Crosspool between 10am & 11.30am on Sunday 10th January 2021.

The Crosspool forum would like to take this opportunity to give a  big thank you to
”Direct Travel”, for allowing us to use the space in front of their premises.

Please observe social distancing when dropping off your tree and suggested donation.

Your Garden Waste

Green Bin – final collection in the Crosspool area – Tuesday 1st December.

To ensure your green bin is emptied prior to next years’ service, please put your Green Bin out by 7am this Tuesday.

Garden Waste Alert

Garden Waste (green bin) Service Suspended

Due to the impact of the Coronavirus on staffing levels, all green bin (garden waste) collections have been suspended until further notice.

Residents are advised to keep their green bin on their property (not on the pavement) and where possible, store their garden waste at home until collections restart.

Once the full impact of the Coronavirus on the green bin service is known, customers will be informed of arrangements to rectify any collections missed.

Black bin and recycling collections are operating as normal.

HWRC Opening Times

Opening hours of Sheffield’s five “Household Waste Recycling Centres,” will continue to be, 9am to 5pm, 7 days a week.

In order to ensure the safety of staff and the public during the COVID-19 Pandemic, social distancing measures continue to be in place, limiting the number of vehicles allowed on site at any one time.  The demand for the sites combined with the vehicle limits has resulted in significant queues. By continuing to remain open 7 days a week, allows more people to visit and should reduce queuing times.

Read the full article at Sheffield City council’s Newsroom here