October 2013 news

Halloween Party at Firth Park Clock Tower

Details of the Friends of Firth Park Halloween Party.

Sheffield Community Heritage Forum

The Sheffield Community Heritage Forum will be hosted in the Community Room in Abbeyfield House on Saturday 26th October.

FREE Breakfast Club for families

Breakfast club every morning at ADIRA, Trinity Methodist Church, Fir Vale. Clothing Bank offering inexpensive clothing.

Half Term Mushroom Walk

A walk searching for mushrooms in Burngreave Cemetery on Monday 28th Otober

Beacons Event postponed

The Beacons event – due to take place on Saturday 19th October – has been postponed

Burngreave Library Meeting: Saturday 19th October 11.45 am

How to keep Burngreave Library open.

Work started on Spital Hill and Ellesmere Green

A one-way traffic system has been agreed, with traffic going up Spital Hill (similar to what was done when Tesco was being built, as well as the Relief Road).

Future of Library Services: consultation has started

Have your say on the future of Library Services in Sheffield

We want to hear your views about the future of library services in Sheffield.

We want to hear from everyone, whether or not you use library services.

George Buckley interview

Sir George Buckley retired this year as Chairman, President and Chief Executive of American company 3M, who manufacture a wide range of products but perhaps most famously Scotch Tape and post-it notes. (Fuller version of the article from our August 2013 issue)

Black History Month 2013

Sheffield and District African Caribbean community Association (SADDACCA), in conjunction with other community organisations will be holding a series of events mark and celebrate Black History Month throughout October 2013

Healthy Living With Diabetes Workshop

A healthy living with diabetes workshop on Monday 11th November 2013 12.30 – 2.30pm at Vestry Hall.

Friends of Parkwood Springs Meeting

The next Friends of Parkwood Springs Group meeting, will be held on Thursday October 24th at 7pm at St. Catherine's School.

Feeling good on Verdon Street

The Verdon Recreation Centre is holding Coffee mornings on Wednesdays and monthly cook and eat sessions at The Furnival. Both of which are located on Verdon Street.

3D Software Course

A 10 week 3D design software course for beginners. The course will cover many aspects such as: project planning and development, modelling, texturing, lighting, animation and render.

Community Bicycling

Learn to ride a bike and enjoy some exercise in a friendly, informal environment

CU LIVE! Chess Master Class for children

Improve your chess-playing skills with interactive tuition from two of Sheffield’s best players at Fir Vale school

Ellesmere Youth Project - Annual General Meeting

Ellesmere Youth Project AGM – Tuesday 29th October 2013

Multifaith Forest Garden October 19th

Monthly workday at the Parkwood Springs Forest Garden. Please note the date has changed and is now on 19th Ocober 2013

Course: Understanding Community Interpreting

This WEA course provides an introduction to the work of a community interpreter and the role played within the community and public services. Applications must be returned by 11 October 2013

Volunteer with South Yorkshire Refugee Law and Justice

Volunteer opportunities with South Yorkshire Refugee Law and Justice.

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