Easter fun at Farmers' Market
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Join in for Easter Bonnet making, Easter Egg Hunt and Easter Parade at the Nether Edge Easter Farmers' Market

Prizes for everyone completing the trail....

Snow - cancellation notices
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Because of all this snow and potential ice:

St Andrews Beavers, Cubs and Scouts groups will not be meeting tonight (1 March)

The St Andrews parents & babies group will not be opening tomorrow (2 March)

Do keep warm, take care and enjoy the snow !

Good Friday Vigil
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Good Friday Vigil: 

A service of music and meditation, with readings, poems and reflections and music by Bach, Piazzolla, Vivaldi and Kerll played by the Black Velvet Clarinet Quartet. 12.00 noon – 3.00 pm on Friday 30th March, at St Andrew's Psalter Lane Church, 31 Psalter Lane S11 8YL

Nether Edge Folk Club
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Nether Edge Folk Club: Luke Daniels 

Nether Edge Bowling Club

28th February, 8.30pm 

Luke is an award-winning singer and composer brings his solo show which uses an original 19th century Polyphon machine as part of the performance. 

Tickets in advance £7 from www.netheredgefolk.club or £9 on the door if any remain.

History Talk - Sheffield's Anti-slavery movement
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Friends of Bishop’s House:

Suzanne Bingham: ‘The Anti-Slavery Movement in Sheffield’

Bishop’s House, Norton Lees Lane, February 26th 7.30pm 

How the movement took off in Sheffield, the crucial role that local women played, and the movement’s contribution towards the radical reputation of the city.

Mi Amigo anniversary service
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Mi Amigo Day 

25th February, 2pm

Endcliffe Park and St. Augustine’s Church, Brocco Bank

Ten US airmen died when their B-17 bomber crashed in Endcliffe Park, avoiding the surrounding residential areas, on 22nd February 1944. A special service is held on the nearest Sunday to the anniversary date. The service starts at the site of the crash, the monument in Endcliffe Park, and concludes at the church.

Pony & Farm Playscheme (Whirlow)
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Pony and Farm February Half-Term Playscheme 

22nd Whirlow Hall Farm 

Join the team at Whirlow for a day of new experiences. Activities include: Pony riding and grooming, Exercising Frankie, our Shetland pony, Tack cleaning and mucking out, Pony quizzes and games, Feeding rabbits, goats and guinea-pigs, Collecting eggs from the chickens. 

1 day - £38 per child, 2 or more children - £30 per day per child. Full supervision is provided by our trained team. Suitable for 6-11 years. Pre booking only! 

Remember to bring warm waterproof clothing and appropriate footwear. 

To check availability please contact the education team on (0114) 2360096 or email educationenquiries@whirlowhallfarm.org.

Stories by the Fireside
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Stories by the Fireside 

Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet, Manager’s House 

Wednesday 21st February, 10am & 11am

Join us for the story of the adventurous little mouse who visits Abbeydale for the first time and uses his senses to explore!

£1 per child (please pay at reception)    

Normal adult admission applies (Adults £4, Concessions £3)

Further details will appear on the website or email: ask@simt.co.uk

Kids Wild Play - Ecclesall Woods
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Ecclesall Woods: Wild Play 

20th/21st February

Woodland Discovery Centre, Abbey Lane Tues 10.00am–12noon & 1.00-3.00pm; Wed 10.00am-12noon 

Wild Play sessions are hosted by the Trust's outdoor learning team and are designed for families with young children who want to get out and explore the woods! 

Booking is essential: £3 members, £5 non-members, under 2s free with a booking sibling 

Booking and details online at: www.wildsheffield.com/whats-on

Reporting Anti-social behaviour
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Changes In Reporting Anti Social Behaviour in Sheffield

On Thursday 1 February, there will be important changes to the way Sheffield residents report antisocial behaviour issues.

From this date, you will need to report certain antisocial behaviour issues, such as noise nuisance, non-hate crime related graffiti and lost, stray or barking dogs, to Sheffield City Council, not to South Yorkshire Police. You can do this by calling 0114 2734567 or visiting sheffield.gov.uk/asb

A full breakdown of antisocial behaviour issues and whose responsibility these are can be found below:

South Yorkshire Police


Sheffield City Council




Abandoned vehicles / parking issues


Dealing/taking drugs & drinking alcohol in the street


Dead animals


Gangs and youths drinking in parks


Dog fouling


Harassment or intimidation


Fly posting


Fly-tipping (seen happening now)


Dumped, fly-tipped waste

(nobody present)


Hate Crime related graffiti (motivated by prejudice or intolerance towards an individual’s nationality, ethnicity, religion, gender, identity, sexual orientation or disability)


Graffiti (General Not Hate Crime related)


Misuse of fireworks


Syringes or needles


Dangerous, out of control dogs


Lost, stray or barking dogs


Threatening or violent neighbour disputes


Noise disputes, nuisance or

DIY related noise


Prostitution and indecent behaviour


Syringes or needles






Suspicious vehicles




Hoax calls to emergency services





From 1 February, if you call the Council 0114 2734567 number out of standard office hours to report concerns for vulnerable adults and children, and matters relating to homeless people, you will be dealt with by a Sheffield City Council call-handler, not a Police call-handler.

For more information on reporting antisocial behaviour issues, and the responsibility of Sheffield City Council and South Yorkshire Police from 1 February, please visit sheffield.gov.uk/asb or southyorks.police.uk/101



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