Try a Park Run !
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If your New Year's Resolution is to get fit, stay fit or get fresh air with friends, why not try a Park Run (or walk) ? THere's one at Endcliffe Park but do visit the Park Run website for more information about the events at Graves Park, Hillsborough Park or other Sheffield events....

What is Sheffield Hallam parkrun?

It is a 5km run - it's you against the clock.

When is it?

Every Saturday at 9:00am.

Where is it?

It's run in Endcliffe Park (Hunters Bar), Sheffield. See Course page for more details.

What does it cost to join in?

Nothing - it's free! but please register before your first run. Only ever register with parkrun once. Don't forget to bring a printed copy of your barcode (request a reminder). If you forget it, you won't get a time.

How fast do I have to be?

Everyone runs for their own enjoyment. Please come along and join in whatever your pace!

Sheffield Hallam parkrun needs you!

It is entirely organised by volunteers - email to help.

It's friendly!

Every week participants grab a post parkrun coffee at Endcliffe Park Café - please come and join in.

Sheffield Repair Café
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Christmas Crackers
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Monday 10th to Saturday 15th December

Christmas Crackers by John Godber

The Times describe John Godber's play as "a festive fairy-tale for grown ups. The quick, one-line questions and answers, tart comments capped with tarter responses are very funny." 

It's Christmas time and early morning outside a hospital A & E department. Security guard Keith sees a cross-section of patients come and go…

See Christmas Crackers at the Lantern Theatre Sheffield, 18 Kenwood Park Road, Nether Edge

The Lantern Theatre is Sheffield's oldest and smallest theatre, and is proud to host new and unique productions from some of the country's boldest theatre companies, as well as live music, comedy, and film. Resident at the Lantern are the Dilys Guite Players who offer up to ten productions a year as well as their New Writing festivals.

Ticket sales are processed by their booking agent - TicketSource. A booking fee is payable on all card transactions made on-line. You can also select to receive either an eTicket (free), mobile ticket (50p) or postal tickets (£1.50).

Telephone (TicketSource - 0333 666 3366):

* Monday to Friday 9am – 7pm

* Saturday 9am – 5pm.

Telephone bookings through TicketSource carry an additional £1.75 service fee and include printed tickets which will be posted out if time allows. 

Wheelchair access: Please contact the venue voicemail on 0114 255 1776 and leave us your contact details. We will get back to you to confirm availability.



Heeley City Farm Winter Fayre
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Heeley City Farm 

Winter Fayre 


On Saturday 8th December (11am - 3pm) Heeley Farm will be having their annual Winter Fayre complete with;

  • Santas Grotto
  • Christmas Craft Activities at the South Yorkshire Energy Centre
  • Gifts, Arts, Crafts & Food Stalls
  • Iron Forging Workshops **UPDATE - ALL SPACES HAVE NOW SOLD OUT**
  • Tea Room, Mulled Wine and Mince Pies

Free Entry (but donations greatly appreciated)
Fun for everyone

For more info email

John Bartrum Quiz Night
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John Bartram Quiz Night

Friday 7th December

Nether Edge Bowling Club

Bar Opening Hours - Monday - Friday 7.30pm - 10.30pm  

Christmas Farmers' market
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Flyer for Christmas Farmers' Market, December 9th Nether Edge

Questions about highway works ?
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Who to contact in a power cut
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Do you know
who to contact in
a power cut?

Visit our power cut map
at or call 105 free of charge


Keeping your power on
Investments in our network mean the chances of power cuts have reduced dramatically in recent years, but in winter, storms, floods and other extreme conditions can sometimes cause damage to your local power network.

Northern Powergrid make sure the electricity you buy from your chosen energy supplier gets to you safely and, if your power supply ever gets interrupted, we're here to fix things 24/7, 365 days a year... whatever the weather.

We keep the lights on, the kettles boiling and the phones charged for 8 million customers across 3.9 million homes in the North East, Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire.


Call 105
Remember, if there's a power cut visit our power cut map or CALL 105 free of charge.

We can help you and keep you informed throughout the power cut.


Do you, or someone you know, need a little
extra support this winter?

If you have any concerns about how you, or someone you care for, would manage during a power cut due to your personal or medical circumstances, please join our free Priority Services Register by calling 0800 169 2996 or registering online at

Current planning applications
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With thanks to Banner Cross Beighbourhood Association- A brief summary of three current planning applications that may be of interest to local residents:


Three planning applications have now come onto the council website. They are:

1.  Gilders application from Primesite. ref: 18/04104/FUL
    18/04104/FUL | Alterations to car showroom and workshop (Use Class Sui Generis) to allow use as two commercial units (A1/A3), gym (D2) and offices (B1), erection of 8 dwellings (C3), provision of associated parking for all uses, landscaping and access works

2.   846 Ecclesall Road (the former Royal Mail sorting office)     ref.  18/04144/FUL
     Change of Use to cafe (Use Class A3) with bread making and coffee roasting facilities, function/event facility and provision 2x retractable canopies to front elevation |

3.   944 Ecclesall Road (former Banner Cross News shop)
      18/04036/CHU | Change of use from retail (Use Class A1) to drinking establishment (Use Class A4)

Muslim-Christian dialogue
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Muslim-Christian dialogue event

Arranged by Islamic Society of Britain 

Tuesday 20 November, 6pm -8pm at St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church

All welcome !

Charity No: 1139239
Company Limited by Guarantee No: 07414080