This is intended to inform, rather than alarm. The welfare of all shop assistants and shoppers is of paramount importance.
After closely monitoring all available information relating to the continued spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), we would expect that all shops and shoppers to comply with the latest Government and most up to date NHS guidance
This can be found on the NHS Website or by calling NHS 24 (111) for advice.
Local shops selling the basic necessities are still open for business in Crosspool. Please remember to adhere to the Government/NHS Coronavirus social distancing advice at all times.
Below is some helpful information from our local businesses as of 24th March 2020:-
- Hudson’s Kitchen:
Remains open for Deliveries only!
Due to the current situation and people being told to stay at home, we will continue to provide freshly cooked food for S10 and surrounding areas via a contactless delivery service only. We will now only take contactless payments for food & drink ordered/ pre-ordered and paid for via the www.hudsonskitchen.com/ order page or by telephone: 0114 4495 341.
To show our gratitude to our brave NHS workers, we will also be offering a 20% discount to NHS staff members (Telephone orders only).
Our serving hours are 8:30am – 3pm Monday – Friday and 9am – 2pm on Saturdays.
Al the very best Chris
- Cuore Siciliano: Sandygate Road
Due to the current situation with Coronavirus, we remain open for takeaway deliveries only!
For a menu of our homemade authentic Sicilian food and desserts, visit our website: https://www.cuoresicilianosheffield.co.uk/ or telephone: 0114 266 9811
- Philip James Butchers Sandygate Road
We are fully open from 8:00pm Monday to Saturday. We offer a free delivery service for those self-isolating. Visit our website philipjamesbutchers.co.uk or telephone 0114 266 9530
- GT News Sandygate Road
We remain open as usual, 6am on weekdays, 7am weekends. email: www.gtnews.co.uk/ Tele: 0114 266 118
- Varanasi Inn Sandygate Road
Although the restaurant is closed to the public, we are still open for takeaways and deliveries. To place an order visit our website: www.varanasiinn.co.uk or call us on 0114 266 1017
- Flower Design Sandygate Road
We are still open for local floral deliveries, please Telephone 0114 2686 930
- Crosspool Pet Supplies Sandygate Road
We have temporarily closed the shop BUT we are currently offering a home delivery service while stocks are available. Please telephone 0114 2687 322
- Bamforth’s Fruit Shop Sandygate Road
Still open and we may be able to deliver Fruit and Vegetables locally.
For further details please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If we receive anything further from either of these or any other shops and businesses in Crosspool, this information will be updated.
In remembrance of those whom we knew, those whose memory we treasure and for all who lived and died in the service of their country and mankind, the people of Crosspool raised sufficient funds to purchase a Memorial that belongs to all.
This unique memorial, to those whose life was touched by conflict, was recently installed in the grounds of Tapton Congregational Church on Manchester Road.
A short service of dedication, quiet contemplation and reflection, will be held (hopefully outside) at a date to be announced.
We’re hoping you are doing okay at this incredibly challenging time.
Firstly, we want to let you know that we are here for you.
As always, if it is an emergency, please call 999.
At challenging times like this, we see the community spirit of South Yorkshire people demonstrated in many ways. We know that groups are setting up all over the county to offer support to people who are isolating. Whilst in the vast majority of these cases, the individuals will be well intentioned, there may be some who see this as an opportunity for their own criminal gain.
People carrying out shopping on your behalf, will at some point need to be paid. If you give them cash, how do you know they will come back with the goods? If you give them your bank cards, they have access to all of your funds.
Action Fraud and Age UK worked together to create this film on doorstep fraud which we think will help set out our concerns and offers you some helpful steps on ways in which you can protect yourself.
They suggest this easy way of remembering how best to protect yourself and your loved ones if someone comes to your door offering help.
- Stop – never do anything you don’t want to or make any decisions on the spot.
- Check – Check for ID but remember most of these are community volunteers so wouldn’t necessarily have ID. There is no way of knowing whether they are legitimate.
- Ask – Ask someone you trust for a second opinion, or ask them if they can provide the support you need.
- Mine – If they ask for your card or your pin, remember this is very personal information that should not be shared.
- Share – If you come across a scam, share your experience with others, if possible, to prevent them from being scammed.
Doorstep fraud is a crime. It happens to a wide range of people with all sorts of backgrounds. Please report it if it happens to you.
We also encourage you to share this information with your loved ones.
South Yorkshire Police
If you contacted us to say you are happy and would like to volunteer to Help Vulnerable people through this difficult and unprecedented time, during the isolation period for the Corvid 19 Virus,
Here is the Update for Crosspool:
St Columba’s and Crosspool Care are the Voluntary Action Sheffield (VAS) Hub.
St Columba’s contact number is: 0114 267 0006
St Columba’s will be registering people who would like to volunteer or help.
They will be signing people up for various jobs depending on whether they are DBS checked or not, they will then be triaging people to the many, voluntary, faith and community groups in the Crosspool area.
Community Support Staff are only taking Emergency calls on 0114 2057120, for people over 70yrs who need help with Gas, Electric or Food.
Voluntary Action Sheffield is Co-ordinating all the Hubs in Sheffield and providing free DBS checks and training for Volunteers through the local Hubs.
For any medical needs, you should contact 111 or your GP surgery.
There are already scams going around so please go through your local Hub and register to keep you and the people you want to Help Safeguarded.
Thanks and Take Care.
Cllr. Anne Murphy
All waste and recycling services are currently operating as normal.
However, If and when a reduction in the workforce means all waste services cannot be provided, black bin and clinical waste collections will be prioritised.
The best place to find up to date information about your bin collections is on the :
King Edward VII School will partially close on Thursday 19 and Friday 20 March 2020 because there is insufficient staff on-site to teach students and to keep children and young people safe due to the Coronavirus.
Year 7, Year 11 and Year 13 students must attend school as normal on Thursday 19 and Friday 20 March 2020.
Year 7 students must go to the Upper School site on Glossop Road.
Year 8, Year 9, Year 10 and Year 12 students must stay at home until further notice. Students must continue with their studies and learning while away from School by accessing work via the MLE, Show My Homework and other School online learning platforms.