Crosspool Forum committee are trying to reunite this pouch with the owner. It was lost at the 2016 Summer Fayre at CDYST on Coldwell Lane. The contents are quite special and may have some sentimental value. If you think it is yours, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wanted: dumbells or weights for Crosspool Festival
Does anyone have any dumbells or weights they could loan to be used at Crosspool Festival?
The festival organisers need them for holding down gazebos and stalls at the street market and summer fayre.
Please get in touch using email@example.com or 07713 687 955 if you can help.
Volunteer for Care in Crosspool
Care in Crosspool are looking to welcome more volunteers for befriending in the local community.
You have to be over 18. Their chair will be at the summer fayre with more information or otherwise please contact the office on 0114 267 0045 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Crosspool Summer Fayre, Saturday 1 July 2017
Wanted: volunteers to help run a stall at the Summer Fayre
On Saturday 1 July the annual Summer Fayre takes place on the Coldwell Lane sports field from 1-4pm.
We’re a bit short on volunteers this year so if you can offer to help run a stall then please email email@example.com.
Purse found at Summer Fayre
A young person’s purse was handed in at last Saturday’s busy Summer Fayre on Coldwell Lane.
If you have lost your purse and think it may be yours then please call 0114 266 3473, or contact the Crosspool Forum via firstname.lastname@example.org giving a brief description and we’ll try to return it to its owner.
Also – if anyone has found a child’s pink rain mac that was lost at the Crosspool Summer Fayre on Saturday, please let us know.
2016 Summer Fayre is on Saturday 2 July
Summer Fayre at Alexander Court, Lydgate Lane on Saturday 22 August
Summer Fayre success
Following the torrential thunderstorm in the early hours, it was a murky start to 4 July.
As the low cloud and fine drizzle slowly cleared throughout the morning, the CDYST sports field & hall on Coldwell Lane were gradually transformed, by an army of volunteers, into the setting for the Crosspool Forum Summer Fayre.
The event was officially opened by a lifelong Crosspool lady Faye Buxton, who earlier this year had moved from Sheffield to be nearer her family.
As visitors arrived to enjoy the attractions, stalls and entertainment by local Irish dancers, the Yorkshire Chandelier Clog dancers, Richard Francis Duo and the children’s favourite comedian/magician Barney Baloney, the sun broke through and shone for the whole afternoon.
A truly enjoyable day was had by everyone.
The organisers of the Fayre would like to thank everyone for attending the event and especially the team of dedicated volunteers who helped make the whole event possible.
See you all again next year.
Crosspool Fayre kicks off at 1pm this afternoon
Crosspool’s annual summer fayre takes place this afternoon from 1pm at CDYST fields on Coldwell Lane.
The overnight rain and fog is due to clear and it looks set to be a warm afternoon with some sunshine!