Tapton Hill church
On Saturday 31 March at 10.30am Tapton Hill Congregational Church is hosting a Easter-themed Lego event.
Children and their parents/carers can come and take part in a Lego egg challenge. Every child will have a book and a chocolate egg to take home. Donations are welcome.
Harry, Amy and Paul from Look North are taking a sofa on tour. They’re visiting 50 locations around Yorkshire over eight days to raise money for Sport Relief.
On Tuesday 20 March they’re passing through Crosspool. Spectators are most welcome to cheer them along the way! They’re expected at Sandygate around 10.30am.
BBC Look North Sofa Challenge
Sheffield to Hathersage route for 20 March
Donations wanted for Crosspool Summer Fair
Do you have any unwanted books, prizes, gifts or bric-a-brac that might be suitable for the Crosspool Forum Summer Fayre tombola or one of the stalls?
If so, please get in touch with Gillian on email@example.com or 0114 229 5670. We can collect if necessary, or they can be dropped off locally.
Stephen Hill Methodist Church, Crosspool
Care in Crosspool will be holding their annual general meeting at the Beacon Church at Stephen Hill church on Wednesday 21 March 2018 at 2.30 pm.
Guest speaker at the meeting will be the Chair of The Talbot Trust. Reshments will be available after the meeting.
All are welcome.
Rainbow over Hagg Hill cyclists (photo: Visit Sheffield)
Cycists will take on the steep inclines of Hagg Hill and Stephen Hill on Sunday 11 March as part of the Magnificent Seven challenge.
In 2017, competitors were greeted by local residents and a rainbow as they rode up Hagg Hill.
The 2018 route, which is just over 26 miles long, presents each rider with over 4,200ft of climbing, with inclines ranging from 9 to 23 per cent. Spectators are welcome.
Some roads are expected to be temporarily closed for the event.
Magnificent Seven challenge
Crosspool Clarion Spring 2018 Volume 15, Issue 1
The new issue of the Crosspool Clarion is available to download and read below.
Current issue: Spring 2018, Volume 15, Issue 1 (PDF, 4.4MB)
Some back issues of past editions of the Clarion are also available to download.
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