Pop into “Nest” and Say Hi.

This week the “Nest” coffee shop in Crosspool is celebrating its 7th anniversary of serving customers coffee roasted in Sheffield, “Teapigs” speciality teas, homemade cakes & lite bites, and would love you to pop in and say hi.

Over the past seven years, the “Nest” has hosted acoustic nights, gin-tasting evenings various community events, and provided takeaways through Covid times.

Glynne and the team are looking forward to the next exciting year and would like to say “Thank You” to all their customers, both past and present, and wish everyone a “”Happy New Year”.

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Carols in Crosspool

Quartet

The Charisma shop in Crosspool,
Now Open Every Monday up to Christmas, has organised a Brass Quartet to play Christmas carols and festive tunes in the precinct between 11am and 1pm this Saturday 4th December.

Observing social distancing at all times, the musicians and Charisma would love you to take this opportunity to enjoy listening to your favourite Christmas Carols with them. 

If you would like a particular carol played please don’t hesitate to approach them with your request

The quartet is looking forward to bringing a bit of cheer to all you lovely people, who, by shopping locally, help keep Crosspool vibrant and inviting.

Crosspool Reopens

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 treats

“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.

Open from April 29th

“Sportsman (ember inn) Crosspool – Ember Inns: Tele: 0114 268 8011

“Crosspool Tavern, Stonehouse”   Tele: 0114 266 2113

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: brenda.nelson@stcolumbacrosspool.org.uk
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

  

Crosspool Calendar 2021

Crosspool Calendars are still available

Whilst doing your Christmas shopping in Crosspool, don’t miss the opportunity, while stocks remain, to pop along to either GT News, Charisma, Enhance or the Pet Shop for your copy of the 2021 Crosspool Calendar

Monies raised from calendar sales go to help the Crosspool Forum fund local events, improve and promote the well-being of the community.

Crosspool Businesses Reopen

From today a host of lockdown restrictions are eased

In line with the UK Government guidelines, from today, Wednesday 2nd December, the following Crosspool Shops & Hairdressers will fully reopen their doors again and with restrictions Churches and Restaurants/Inns.
Local restriction tiers: what you need to know

Fully Open:-

“Charisma” Tele: 0114 263 1003 will reopen from Thursday 3rd December, initially with the following revised opening hours: Monday to Saturday 10am – 5pm & Sundays leading up to Christmas. Home deliveries available every day, except Thursday & Sunday.

“More Posh than Dosh” Tele: 0114 268 4556

“Layers Flooring” Tele: 0114 2669888

“Direct Travel” Tele: 0114 268 7500

“Inspiration Hair Salon” Tele: 0114 266 3996

“Enhance” Tele: 0114 266 5950

Expert Barbers” Tele: 0114 266 1234

“Ronaldo” Tele: 0114 266 2133

Potentially Open For Takeaway Only:-

“Nest Café” Tele: 07977 737232

“Hudson’s kitchen” Tele: 0114 449 5341

Sportsman (ember inn) Crosspool – Ember Inns app: Tele: 0114 268 8011 

“Crosspool Tavern, Stonehouse”   Tele: 0114 266 2113

“Varanasi Inn” Tele: 0114 266 1017

“Papa Ciccios” Tele: 0114 268 4440

Open with Constraints:-

“St Columba’s” Tele: 0114 267 0006

“Stephen Hill Methodist Church” Tele: 0114 230 5676

“Tapton Hill Congregational Church” Tele: 0114 230 8191

“Church of St Francis of Assisi”   Tele: 0114 263 0383

The numbers and time permitted at premises may be limited, so to make your visit smoother and more enjoyable; you are strongly advised to contact the service provider’s either by telephone, website, face book, twitter or email.

To ensure you and their staff are protected and Stay Safe at all times, please wear a mask/face covering, social distance and observe their entry service rules.

Temporary Road Changes Petition

Broomhill parking bay closure.

As a result of the temporary closure of the parking bays in the Broomhill shopping precinct and the potential devastating effect the new pedestrian arrangements and loss of short stay parking will have on local trade, Williamson Hardware has posted a petition on change.org requesting that the Sheffield City Council remove these temporary changes as soon as possible.

Broomhill Temporary Road Changes

To give pedestrians more space for social distancing, The Sheffield City Council has temporarily closed the angled parking bays in the Broomhill shopping precinct, on Fulwood Road.

The footways on Glossop Road, between Fulwood Road and Peel Street and between Peel Street and the end of the pavement opposite Westbourne Road, have also been temporarily extended by 1.5metres, to give additional footway space

As these measures are only intended to be a temporary social distancing measure, the Sheffield City Council would welcome your feedback on them.

If they work well, and local businesses and residents are happy with the changes, the council have suggested that they may possibly consider, if they work well for everyone and after a full consultation process with local businesses and residents, look at making these changes permanent.

Shop Safe

Shops and take away outlets will require customers to don face coverings and face masks from tomorrow Friday July 24.

Guidance Link

The police can issue a £100 fine to anyone flouting the new law. The fine will be reduced to £50 if paid within 14 days.
-Venues such as Pubs and Restaurants are exempt.

Face Coverings: When to Wear One and How to Make Your Own

Wearing a face covering does not mean that we can ignore the other measures that have been so important in slowing the spread of the covid19 virus pandemic.

Follow the rules on social distancing. Avoid touching your face. Where available wash your hands often using soap and water and dry them thoroughly. If outside your home use sanitiser, especially as you enter a building and after you have had contact with surfaces.

Face coverings: when to wear one and how to make your own —–