Earth Day 2012

Sheffield Interfaith invites you

to join in their picnic in the Parkwood Springs Interfaith forest garden.

Sunday 22nd April at 12 Noon

  • Please bring food/drink

  • Come with nothing or your prayers, blessings, songs, poems, readings, music, dance or whatever!

  • Let’s have an enjoyable time with our common mother, planet Earth!

  • Please note there are no public conveniences or facilities for seating on-site so do come prepared. Wear sturdy shoes and come prepared for the weather.


Meet at Parkwood Springs Forest Garden car park (opposite flats104-138), Shirecliffe Road, S5 8XB at 12 noon.


Buses – 33 to Shirecliffe Road/ 47, 48, 75, 76, 88, 97 or 98 to Pitsmoor Road/Barnsley Road (and ten-minute walk).

For more information contact:


  • Nirmal Fernando on 07932 017 929 or email:

  • Tim Shortland, Community Forestry Manager, on 0114 273 4190 or email:

Forest Garden Map
Earth day Picnic
12:00pm to 2:00pm Sunday 22 April 2012

Jointly organised by Sheffield Interfaith, Sheffield City Council, Islamic Society of Great Britain, British Humanist Association, Burngreave Ashram, Hindu Samaj, Pagan Pathways, The Blue Loop, Shirley House Interfaith Centre.

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