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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
Garden waste collections will resume from today, Monday 2nd August.
After being temporarily suspended for two weeks, due to the impact of COVID-19 on Veolia staffing levels , Sheffield City Council have announced an end to the temporary suspension of garden waste collections for Sheffield residents,
The weather was fine and kind for yesterday’s Crosspool Forum Community Christmas tree recycling event outside Direct Travel.
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.
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.
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.