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We meet on the 3rd Monday in the month 7.30-9.00pm. at Cemetery Road Baptist Church. Since its beginning the Society has been promoting the study of local, social and family history in the area, for the benefit and education of the public; help is on hand. The Society has a library held at Sheffield Archives, and a Speaker is present at our monthly meetings, details of which are below -
Sheffield Bach Choir was founded in1950. Around 60 strong, under our conductor Simon Lindley, we have built a reputation for musical excellence with dynamiic performances of modern classics and Baroque masterpieces. The choir regularly performs three of Bach's major choral masterpieces: Mass in B Minor, St Matthew Passion and St John Passion as well as Handel'sMessiah every December.
Sheffield Beekeepers Association exists to promote, support and further the craft of Amateur beekeeping. To raise awareness and educate the general public of the importance of bees and beekeeping to the environment.
Sheffield City Opera is Sheffield’s only amateur operatic company. Over the past few years as well as performing concerts of staged scenes in local venues we have staged full performances of Massenet Cinderella, Gounod Faust, and Mozart Magic Flute. Next Production We are currently…
We are a gospel community choir based in Sheffield, we perform for events all around the country from concerts, backing artist, weddings, funerals, promotions for corporate events etc. If you require a comprehensive quote please contact us via email - email@example.com
Sheffield Concert Band is an adult wind band which regularly performs concerts in and around South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire. We rehearse on Sunday mornings from 10.00 - 12.00 at Croft House Settlement, Garden Street, Sheffield 1.
Sheffield Eurosession is a friendly monthly gathering with live music and dancing for anyone interested in European/traditional roots music and dance. The group have occasional gigs on other days too, please see our website for more details.
We provide gardening and conservation activities for young people and adults with learning disabilities. Activities include planting seeds, transplanting plants, harvesting, picking apples, weeding, making bird boxes, picking flowers and more...
Sheffield Jazz is a charitable company which aims to bring the best of British and international jazz performers to Sheffield though our concert programmes, and raise awareness about jazz music in Sheffield and South Yorkshire. Live performances by top musicians are run in various venues in the city between September…
A series of evening talks on subjects of historical interest.
0114 230 5714
Sheffield Philatelic society is a not-for-profit society that meets three times a month. The society was founded in 1894 and is one of the oldest philatelic societies in the country. The society has a programme of speakers, competitions, and displays and an informal chat and…
An all-viola ensemble for adult players who want to get together to play great music, just for pleasure, in a friendly and supportive group.
Dr Jenny Jackson
The main purpose of Sheffield Wargames Society is to provide a suitable venue for its members to play wargames in the Sheffield area. The club offers an opportunity to play tabletop games in all historical periods as well as non-historical games, role playing games and board games.
Sheffield Yoga for ME/CFS runs gentle specially adapted yoga classes for people with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), Post Viral Fatigue (over 2 months' duration) and similar conditions such as Post Polio Syndrome (PPS) in Sheffield. Classes consist of very gentle yoga, mainly…
Archaeology club for children aged 8-16
0114 2325497 07533544737
Sir John Savile's Household is a medieval re-enactment society based on the Yorkist Savile family.
Intercultural Community Choir, - friendly choir open to all. Lead by Tonderai Phiri from Zimbabwe the choir sings songs in a variety of southern African languages -no auditions and no previous experience required. Just bring your love of singing. Join us at the Quaker Meeting House 10 St James St. S1 2EVV. Monday 7.30pm to 9.15pm (term time only) with extra support for beginners from 7pm.