Dog Show
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Young Artists' Exhibition
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We have some very creative and talented young artists in Nether Edge !

young artists exhibition

 St Andrew's Psalter Lane Church in SHEFFIELD

 Wednesday 20th - Thursday 21st September 2017

 3:15pm til 6:00pm (last entry 3:00pm)

 No age restrictions

Come and see our art exhibition which has work from several local schools.

St Andrews Music Festival
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 November, 2017

St Andrew's Psalter Lane Church, S11 8YL



 Friday 10th November*: The Hecla Chamber ensemble

Saturday 11th November*: Shu Jiang: a concert of Chinese music 

Sunday 12th November: Neil McSweeney


Tuesday 14th November*: Dodworth Colliery Brass Band


Thursday 16th November: Sheffield Young Singers

Friday 17th November: Sheffield Music Academy

Saturday 18th November*: The Allegri String Quartet

Sunday 19th November*: Nik and Jon Gjylaci: violin and guitar

All concert times are 7pm - 9pm   except Tuesday 14th with a 7.30 pm start


Ticket Prices: Standard*

£10 on the door

£8.80 prebooked online

£5 pensioners, students, children, unemployed: on the door

Exceptions: Sunday 12th no concessionary tickets available

Thursday 16th: all tickets £5 at the door

Friday 17th free entry, donations welcome


Book tickets via the website

Bannerdale School Site
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Bannerdale School site
Most people anywhere near Carter Knowle Road will already be well aware that work has started to prepare the site for the new school. Piles are being driven into the ground in the area which was formerly a waste tip on top of which a solid platform will be constructed to act as the base for the new school. 
There is still some anxiety about the release of gases from the site once the building is completed although assurances have been given that these have been addressed. 
Our friends in the Carter Knowle & Millhouses Community Group are keeping the closest eye on this development. If you have any observations or comments or questions about it, please contact them directly by emailing the Secretary, Mike Hodson, on:
To see how extensive the works are a video has been put online showing aerial views of the site. It can be found at:
The password is: Bann3R321.
Farmers' Market Message
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NETHER EDGE FARMERS’ MARKET : Sunday 17th September 2017, 12 noon – 4pm 

Our Autumn Festival Market is raising money for: 

Sheffield Parent Carer Forum and Sheffield Carer’s Centre 


ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME (*subject to change) 

*Salvation Army Band *Sheffield Harmony *Endcliffe Brass 

*The Ad Hoc Quintet *Ellesmere Musical Theatre Company 



Nether Edge Rd & Glen Rd will be closed to traffic from 9am - 5pm. Please avoid parking on these roads. 

For traders, we will be operating a one-way system before and after the market. 

The kind support of local residents has helped us raise much needed money for local charities. 




· Thank all volunteers, traders, entertainers, visitors & local residents who help make the market such a success. 

· Encourage more people to join our Market Committee. There is much to do and only a very small team to do it. · You can help us in many ways with an hour or so of your time. Contact David 281 9414 or email 



Sunday 3rd December 2017 11am - 3pm (N.B. Earlier start and finish times) 

To book a stall at December’s market, please email or tel. Deni 07874 198696 We couldn’t do it without your support – Thank You!

September Farmers' Market
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Poster for Nether Edge Farmers' Market (September 2017)

Heeley City Farm Autumn Show
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News from Heeley City Farm ....


"Our Autumn Show on the 10th September 12noon till 4pm comes with our Annual Produce Show!!

Along with live music, Djs, and a bar. Arts, Crafts and food stalls along with vintage and local produce stalls, animal activities, kids activities, tea room and all the usual fun and activities! Our Heritage Department office is going to be opened as a ‘Museum of Heeley’ as part of Sheffield’s Heritage Open Days. Hopefully the Heeley History Group will be joining us as well.

Produce for the Produce show needs to be in before 12noon (after 11am) so that it can be judged and ready for the awards ceremony during the Autumn Show!

For information about the show or to book a stall space contact Heather on


JUST CONFIRMED for the Autumn Show ...

We will have food from Fancy An Indian, Go Get Stuffed, Ape About Pizza, Wah Wahs, and Tornado Potatoes. We will have Frazer's Coffee in addition to our cafe being open as usual selling our food and drink. We will have our Farm Bar open on the music field too. We will be having live music from Salt Pinchers, Leon Lockley, Susie M-W, as well as DJs from 'Mads n' Da Bads DJs'."

Nether Edge Newsagent
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Nether Edge News and its proprietor Steve have been a feature of local life for many years. Local residents may have noticed that the shop has recently closed and everyone at NENG now sends Steve best wishes for his retirement. 

Holiday magic, stories and action in Ecclesall Woods
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Explore The Stories In The Woods

Fun, creative, outdoor holiday activities for kids

For kids who are creative, adventurous and enjoy exploring outdoors. Growtheatre is running its fun-packed, creative outdoor family sessions in Ecclesall Woods again - every Thursday in August. 

Hosted by a range of extraordinary and enchanting characters, you will be invited to join him or her on a journey or quest and help them out! These family sessions promise to be full of entertainment, adventure, theatre, making and building, games and Forest School skills. They also encourage the adults to have fun with their children at their own pace! 

J.G. Graves Discovery Centre is at the Ecclesall Woods Sawmill Site on Abbey Lane and was opened in 2012. Part of Growtheatre’s remit is to make work that is inspired by local spaces and as such, the venue and the surrounding picturesque woodland is the perfect indoor – outdoor place. It is hoped that the kids and their adults will relish exploring this wonderful location. 


Family Sessions Details 

· Woodland Discovery Centre in Ecclesall Woods, Abbey Lane, Sheffield S7 2QZ 

· Suitable for families with children of all ages, £5.00 per child (under 2s are free with a sibling) · Booking Essential, to book please fill in a booking form at · For more details, please contact Rachel Newman 07745 465 391 or 


Can We Build It? Yes We Can! Thursday 03 August 10.00 – 12.00 or 1.30 – 3.30 

Join us for an EPIC SURVIVAL ADVENTURE! Come and build things together using the power of knots, sticks and branches! It may just save your life! 


The Enchanted Wood Thursday 10 August 10.00 – 12.00 or 1.30 – 3.30 

Discover the secrets of the Enchanted Wood – whittle woodland sprites, create protective amulets and unlock the magic of the trees in the ancient woods… 


What Can You Do With A Stick? Thursday 17 August 10.00 – 12.00 or 1.30 – 3.30 

Roll up, roll up! Join us for the wonderful woodland STICK OLYMPICS… is there anything we can’t do with a stick?! Making music, building structures, whittling, creating team games and making awesome things! 


Pirates! Thursday 24 August 10.00 – 12.00 or 1.30 – 3.30 

Seeking fearless, treasure-hungry, pirates to join the crew of the Black Doubloon. Join Captain Gallus Mag on her quest to rule the Seven Seas and find the lost treasure of Rowan. Dress as a pirate – if you wish! 


Secret Of The Stones Thursday 31 August 10.00 – 12.00 or 1.30 – 3.30 

Could you survive the stone age? step back in time and find out! Bow and arrows, woolly mammoth target practice, stone age art and uncovering the secret of the stones!

Vehicle Idling Consultation
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Vehicle Idling Consultation
New guidance from health experts at the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) suggests that those who are very sensitive to harm from air pollution should be protected from the effects of air pollution.
This may include the creation and/or enforcement of byelaws asking people to switch their engine off, for example, when dropping off and picking up children outside schools. This is called “no vehicle idling” and could extend to a number of locations across the city and a number of vehicles including private vehicles, buses including school buses, taxis, public service vehicles and private fleets.
Since July 2017, traffic marshals in Westminster City Council have issued on-the-spot fines for those idling in “no idling” zones.
The Highway Code (Rule 123) already advises that drivers must not leave a stationary vehicle’s engine running unnecessarily on a public road.  If a vehicle is likely to remain stationary for more than a couple of minutes, drivers should apply the parking brake and switch off the engine to reduce vehicle emissions and noise pollution.
However, if Sheffield City Council were to undertake enforcement and issue fines we would need to progress a local byelaw.
This consultation asks your views on whether Sheffield City Council should introduce and enforce new byelaws as suggested by NICE for “no vehicle idling” outside Sheffield schools, hospitals, care homes and other locations within Sheffield. This consultation also asks whether educational or enforcement approaches (fines) should be used.
There will be further public consultation events where you can give more detailed comments, and you can give comments on air quality at any time by e-mailing:
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