Very Tiny Pop-up Folk Orchestra
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Tuesday 5th March

Buswell & Nyberg' Very Tiny Pop-up Folk Orchestra will be playing a mix of new music, unique versions of popular songs and some pancake related tunes at Cafe Number 9 (Nether Edge Rd, Sheffield)

Free entry (donations welcome !)

History Group Open Meeting
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Anyone interested in finding out more about Nether Edge's history is invited to join the NENG history group for an open meeting at the Union Hotel (1 Union Rd, Sheffield, S11 9EF). All welcome.

Visit the history group's pages through the activities tab on this website to find out more or have a look at our home page to read about their latest books....

Nether Edge Festival 2019
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2018's festival was brilliant - so what's next ?

Nether Edge Festival 2019 !



I know that it's only March but behind the scenes preparations are well advanced for this year's festival.We have a very strong team of planners and volunteers but we are always open to new people and ideas. So if you want to get involved or you now someone who wants to help, please get in touch with us....

Richard Taylor, Chair of the organising committee

'Visit my mosque'
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3rd March 2019

Jamia Masjid & Usmania Education Centre in collaboration with the UK Islamic Mission, Sheffield Branch

is whole-heartedly looking forward to inviting everyone* to visit the Jamia Masjid and Usmania Education Centre (22 Leyburn Rd Sheffield, S8 0XA) between 10 am and 4pm.

Light refreshments will be provided, bring family and friends. Guided tours of the Mosque with question and answers will take place throughout the day

* the indigenous non-Muslim community including followers of other faiths and people of no faith are welcomed in particular as part of the National 'Visit my mosque' initiative

Look out for Mi Amigo fly past
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Mi Amigo Memorial Flight
     It’s less than two weeks until Sheffield looks to the skies to see a unique flyover of US and Royal Air Force aircraft – to mark 75 years since the Mi Amigo disaster.
The whole city is rallying behind Tony Foulds, who has been tending the Mi Amigo memorial for many years, with Buses for Sheffield and Stagecoach Supertram offering free travel for service personnel and veterans in honour of the occasion. Now Sheffield City Council is advising people to plan their journeys to Endcliffe Park carefully and in advance so they can arrive in time for the flypast on Friday 22 February, which will be broadcast live by BBC Breakfast to an audience of millions.
While final aircraft participation will be driven by weather and mission requirements, the US Airforce is anticipating a unique variety of aircraft from U.S. Air Force and Royal Air Force installations including RAF Lakenheath, RAF Mildenhall and RAF Coningsby.
Due to airspace regulations, these aircraft will not fly in one combined formation together but will still put on a fantastic show of airpower in tribute to the fallen crew of the Mi Amigo.
The flypast has been inspired by the dedication of Tony Foulds, who has tended the memorial in Endcliffe Park for many years.
On the Friday, a memorial service will take place, starting at approximately 8am, with a Bugler playing one verse of Amazing Grace. There will be a reading from St John’s Gospel by a Royal British Legion and a bugler will play the Last Post and Reveille.
The annual memorial service is on Sunday 24 February at 2pm at St Augustine’s Parish Church, Endcliffe. Prior to the service, at around 1.15pm, a group of USAF personnel, RAFA officers, the Lord Mayor, Lord-Lieutenant, High Sheriff and members of the public will hold a wreath-laying ceremony at the memorial site.
It is believed that the flypast will arrive in Sheffield from the south-east before arriving in Endcliffe Park, although this route may be subject to change. The city has a number of lofty vantage points which might provide a spectacular back drop for the flyover, such as Bolehills Park, Park Hill flats, Skye Edge playing fields and the Botanical Gardens.
The flypast will also be broadcast on BBC Breakfast if you can’t make it into Sheffield on the day.
The council will be launching a photography competition on its social media channels encouraging people to get the best pictures and send them to us at #sheffieldflypast. We will publish the best ones on our website.
The council has set up a dedicated page for Flypast information at We will also post regular updates on Twitter @sheffcouncil and Facebook at Our Sheffield, as well as on our Sheffield Newsroom site.
Since October the council has been working with Mr Foulds to improve access and information at the site in readiness for the 75th anniversary. Trees and bushes around memorial area have been pruned to improve access, the gravel footpath below the memorial has been resurfaced, new flower planters have been placed by the memorial and work to open up site lines around the river bank are due to be completed before the event.
A new interpretation board has been installed which tells the tale of what happened to the Mi Amigo crew on the morning of 22 February, 1944, and following a plea from Mr Foulds the steps leading to the memorial have been freshly tarmacked to make access easier for visitors.


Who Dunnit ? Ecclesall Players' latest
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'Secondary Cause of Death' is the eagerly-anticipated sequel to the hit comedy thriller Murdered To Death. It's now 1939, and storm clouds are gathering over Europe. Having inherited Bagshot House, Colonel Charles Craddock has converted the property into a hotel for he discerning visitor. Soon Inspector Pratt arrives once again at Bagshot House, bearing grim news for Colonel Craddock. But that's just the beginning…

'Raising the Voice of Carers'
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Thursday 7th February, 7.30pm - 10.30pm, S1 4UP

Raising the Voice of Carers 

A campaigning workshop for carers. Free event, but booking is essential. Please call for more details... 

 0114 272 8362

Cycle Maintenance Course
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Cycle Maintenance Course II (Intermediate)

6pm - 8pm (£20)

Regather Works, Sharrow

 0114 273 1258

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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