Aladdin Crosspool youth pantomime: tickets available now
This year marks the 50th year that a pantomime has taking place at Stephen Hill Methodist Church.
Tickets are now on sale for the 2018 production of Aladdin.
The show will be presented from Wednesday 21 Feb to Saturday 24 Feb (half term week) at 7.30pm.
Tickets cost £5 or £4 for under 12yrs and can be obtained from Bob Hodges on 0114 230 3207 or email@example.com.
Have you found a gold necklace in Crosspool?
An elderly gentleman has been in touch to say his wife has lost her gold necklace either on Lydgate Hall Crescent or between St. Columba’s Church and Stephen Hill on the evening of Saturday 24 March 2017.
If you have found it, please can you get in touch with Crosspool Forum Chairman Ian Hague using firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 07713 687 955.
Hagg Hill/Stephen Hill included in bike challenge
Hagg Hill/Stephen Hill are one of seven hills selected to be selected as part of this year’s Magnificent Seven bike challenge on Sunday 19 March.
The Magnificent Seven is a unique cycling event, the first of its kind in Sheffield. Not for the fainthearted, the race is a cross between a sportive and a hill climb, that invites participants to face seven of the city’s toughest hills.
The route, which is nearly 27 miles, presents each rider with over 3,800ft of climbing, with inclines ranging from 9 to 23 per cent.
It’s expected that the roads in this area will be closed for around 30 minutes around the estimated times of 10:50-11:20am. Residents living nearby should have received a letter.
You’re encouraged to turn out on the day to support the riders.
Salvation Army Brass Band Christmas 2016 concert in Crosspool
The Salvation Army Brass Band will lead a traditional Christmas concert of carols and Christmas music at Stephen Hill Methodist Church at 7.45pm on Wednesday 14 December.
There is no admission charge but a minimum donation of £5 is suggested. All the money raised goes to support the work of the Salvation Army.
Get involved in the 2017 Stephen Hill Youth pantomime
Tickets available for Crosspool The Little Mermaid panto next week
You’re invited to come and support the young people of Crosspool as they perform the 48th annual youth pantomime at Stephen Hill Church next week, The Little Mermaid.
The show promises to be perfect half term holiday fun and includes lots of traditional pantomime laughs – custard pies, comedy sketches, singing, dancing and plenty of audience participation. This is your chance to support the fantastic effort put in by the young people living in and around Crosspool.
Tickets are still available for the Wednesday night show (10 Feb), Thursday night show (11 Feb) and Friday night show (12 Feb) – curtain up at 7.30pm!
Tickets are £5 (£4 for those aged 11 and below) and are available online or from or Bob Hodges on 0114 2303 207.
Salvation Army Brass Band Christmas concert in Crosspool
The Salvation Army Brass Band will lead a traditional Christmas concert of carols and Christmas music at Stephen Hill Methodist Church at 7.45pm on Wednesday 16 December.
There is no admission charge but a minimum donation of £5 is suggested. All the money raised goes to support the work of the Salvation Army among the destitute and lonely.
Crosspool Festival starts this Friday!
The 2015 Crosspool Festival starts on Friday. Have you planned which events you’re going to? Make sure you get any tickets soon to make sure you don’t miss out!
The festival runs 26 June-5 July and as you’ll see below, there are events for all ages. This year’s programme includes:
- Street market
- Summer Fayre
- Well dressing
- Open Gardens
- Picnic with the alpacas
- Crosspool Chocolate Factory
- Pub quiz
- Hillside Harvest open day
- Stories of Sheffield blitz
- Treasure hunt
- History walk
- Pre-school sing-a-long
- Guides coffee evening
- Music concert
- Gardeners Question Time
- Fun run
- Rock climbing talk
- Pipe organ recital
- Abba night
- Folk picnic in the park featuring Bamford Village Singers
- Celebrate creation
View the full Crosspool Festival 2015 programme
Residents urged to be vigilant after reports of Crosspool burglaries
Volunteers from a local neighbourhood watch scheme are warning Crosspool residents to be extra vigilant after a spate of break-ins over the last few days.
There were reports of burglaries on Den Bank Close and others in the Stephen Hill area, all taking place between 1pm and 3pm.
Dransfield Road Neighbourhood Watch is suggesting residents check their homes and vehicles are secure and work with their neighbours to stay safe.
If you see anything suspicious, call 101. If you see a crime taking place, call 999.