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Grow Sheffield 2018 is a citywide campaign to promote community food growing projects and volunteering.
Hallam Art Group is a section of the Hallam Community and Youth Association based in the Lodge Moor area on the Western edge of Sheffield. It is well established art group with some 70 active members. There is no selection process to join and all…
we are a Community based art group for adults. We enjoy drawing and painting in a relaxed and friendly group environment, doing our own thing and sharing handy tips and ideas with each other. No art experience is necessary - beginners and more experienced are very welcome.
Films from 1930s to early 1950s
I do a variety of talks on local history and poetry readings. History talks include: "In The Footsteps Of My Grandfather" The story of what happened to my grandfather, who was from Kiveton Park, between August 1914 and February 1915 in WW1. "Chambers Family History…
Holistic Day Opportunities is an organisation which aims to benefit and cater to adults with physical disabilities, learning difficulties and mental health difficulties. We provide tailored activities designed to promote the well-being and comfort of our users.
We are a small not-for profit organisation, which has recently attained charitable status Established in 2004, We offer a supportive space where people with social barriers, including: learning disabilities, autism, physical or mental ill-health, isolation, long-term unemployment and associated issues, the opportunity to participate in the range of activities involved...
A 6 week course, no experience needed, led by Sheffield Artist Jo Snee, at The Drawing Room, 58, Broad Lane S1 4BT. Thursday evenings, 7-9pm. Price £60 for 6 sessions. Starting January 9th 2020.
I am a speaker giving talks/presentations of 16th century social history, and always in appropriate costume. I have 17 different talks to chose from. As well as being informative, I try to amuse, someone described my talks as 'horrible histories for adults', they can be funny, gruesome and sometimes disgusting. In among those talks are some which deal with personalities and local areas.