A great opportunity to start your Christmas shopping
Shem the shepherd has lost his sheep’
He wants to go and see the baby, Jesus, who the angels spoke about, but he must find his sheep first!
He knows that he went into the Shops at Crosspool
Will you help him find his missing sheep?
Each sheep has a name and is hiding in the shops around Crosspool.
When you find them write their names in the boxes on the sheets in the shops or download one here
Take your completed Messy Nativity Sheep Trail sheet to St. Columba’s Church for a PRESENT Monday to Friday 10am – 2:30pm Sunday 10am – 12am. until the 20th of December 2019
Make one of the prettiest precincts in Sheffield the place to start your Christmas
If you are looking for gift inspiration, baubles, foodie treats and presents, then why not visit the Crosspool Precinct where you can delight in the festive display of Christmas tree lights decorating an exciting variety of excellent Shops Cafés and Restaurants, which are on offer to help.
The Winter issue of the Crosspool Clarion is available to download and read below.
Current issue: Volume 16 Issue 4 Winter 2019
Back issues of past editions of the Clarion are also available to download.
To read PDFs on your computer, you may need to download the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Bullet points from the Crosspool Forum AGM-Open Meeting, Thursday, 31st October 2019
St Columba’s Church
Download a bullet points summary from the Open Meeting 31-10-19
The Lord Mayor of Sheffield, Cllr. Tony Downing will be in the Crosspool Shopping precinct at 10am this Saturday, 30th November 2019, to launch the
“Shop Local Buy Local and Win” week.
Free raffle tickets at Participating Crosspool shops, restaurants and businesses.
Prize Draws will take place at 10am on Saturday 7th December 2019.
Lydgate Infant School Association are holding their annual Christmas Fair this
30th November 12Noon – 2.00pm
Lydgate Infant School
Yorkshire Water have now dealt with the burst water main at the Stephen Hill junction with Manchester Road
To allow for the carriageway to be reinstated, the junction is expected to remain CLOSED until the weekend.
Local residents in the surrounding area may have experienced low pressure or no water due to these urgent repairs carried out by Yorkshire Water. The water now restored may be cloudy or discoloured, this will return to normal shortly after and you can help clear this by running your tap for a few minutes.