Organiser Carol Hanson said: “I have lived on Selborne Road for over 15 years and have never known such a volume of traffic. I am hoping to get some form of traffic calming measure following the tragic accident a few weeks ago. I shall be attending the Open Meeting on 28 July with fellow residents to put my case forward to the councillors etc.”
The petition can be found in many of our local shops, including Bamforths, The Post Office in Spar, GT News, Green Cross chemist, Alex Gage Optometrist and Philip James butcher.
Final preparations are underway for Crosspool’s annual Selborne Road street market on Sunday 29 June.
The event is your opportunity to buy local food, cakes, plants, crafts, jewellery, clothes and books from over 40 stalls and also enjoy music and dance from Jacapella, Lydgate First
School, Tapton School’s wind band and an Irish dance troupe.
Many of our local shops will also open up for the day. Direct Travel is hosting a travel market and family fun day with free face painting and goody bags.
During the market, Crosspool Art Group will be exhibiting in the garden at 55 Selborne Road where tea and picnic facilities will also be available.
Final preparations are underway for Crosspool’s annual Selborne Road street market on Sunday 30 June.
The event is your opportunity to buy local food, cakes, plants, crafts, jewellery, clothes and books and also enjoy music and dance from local schools and groups. Many of our local shops will also open up for the day.
During the market, Crosspool Art Group will be exhibiting in the garden at 55 Selborne Road. Teas will also be available.
And at this year’s market, Crosspool-based entrepreneur Nick Duggan of Sandygate Park Road will be launching his own range of t-shirts featuring Sheffield street names. The collection includes Carsick Hill Road, Mushroom Lane, Button Hill, Freedom Road and Commonside.
People from all over Sheffield flocked to buy local food, drink, gifts and crafts at Sunday’s Crosspool street market on Selborne Road.
The beautiful weather meant that visitors could make an afternoon of it and also enjoy music and dance performances from Lydgate school pupils. Many of the local shops also got behind the event and opened up for the day.
Photos are below in both gallery and slideshow form.