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Maureen Taylor MA @Talking History

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.

Meersbrook Park Church Operatic Society

MPCOS is a friendly operatic society, performing Gilbert and Sullivan comic operettas. No auditions required to join the chorus. Everyone from the age of 14 updates welcome.

The Meeting Place

Community sessions for the post-retired. A place to learn new skills, build friendships and stay active.
Suzanne Morton
0114 2378363 07505475940

Mike Hodgkins, Speaker

I give talks around a wide area as in venues supplied by my clients
I am a speaker for meetings. I am a retired fire officer and have published two novels about my experiences. My subjects are:• My novels "Better Red than Dead" and "Jake's Tale"• Life in the fire service• How to avoid or survive a fire• The Peak…
Mike Hodgkins
01246 567319

Minerva Women's Acapella Chorus

We are a friendly group of women who love close harmony unaccompanied singing.  We welcome women of all ages -  no need to read music as we provide tracks to help learn the songs.  We rehearse in Walton Chesterfield every Monday evening 7.30 - 9.30pm…

Mosaics for the Garden with Diana Storey

Saturday 8th June 2019 10.00am-3.00pm
Students will learn a mosaicing technique which involves putting glass, ceramics and found objects into cement.

Ms Jude Warrender, Speaker

Any time or day considered
Speaker to local community and business organisations
Jude Warrender
0114 234 8202

Natural movement Yoga

Feeling stiff and creaky? These classes might be perfect for you.The word yoga means different things to different people…My approach to yoga is very different from a traditional or conventional class. All classes are oriented around mindful strength development, functional movement, mobilisation of joints and…
Lesley Parkin
01142307704 07888681274

Nick Robinson - Origami Artist

Nick has been folding paper since the early 80's and has been a member of the British Origami Society for over 30 years. He has served on their council for over 25 years. He is editor of their bimonthly magazine and maintains their web site.…
Nick Robinson
0751 686 1262

Over 50s needed for a study on reading and well-being

We are looking for volunteers aged 50+ to help with our exciting research on reading and well-being. Volunteers will get the chance to listen to a free audiobook (from a choice of 4) and will be provided with a £10 Love2Shop voucher as a thank…
Dr Giulia Poerio
0114 222 6544

Painted Landscape Vessels

Thursdays 28th February-4th April 2019 (6 weeks)
Using slips and underglazes, you'll have the chance to paint a landscape and explore mark making to produce plaques for slab constructed vessels.

Painting Botanicals

Monday 29th April 2019
In celebration of spring, participants will learn painting techniques specifically suited to painting flowers in watercolour and gouache.

Penistone FM Community Radio

Not for profit, volunteer-led local Community Radio station broadcasting on 95.7FM and online to Penistone and the surrounding area. We promote local Community events and groups and play music from the 50's to the current day.
studio@penistonefm.co.uk
01226764646

Pilates Plus - Pilates studio in Chapeltown S35

Pilates sessions with the benefit of a playgroup - you exercise while your child plays in the same room, alongside your mat. Pilates strengthens your core which in turn improves flexibility, gait and kinesthetic awareness, while reducing any lower back pain you may have. Adaptations available for injuries, pregnancy, and diastasis recti. Member of the Register for Exercise Professionals (REPs)

Portraiture: Drawing and Painting Techniques with Flora Menager

Mondays 1st April- 3rd April
Using mixed media (charcoal, pastel, acrylic), participants will learn portraiture techniques, proportions and tips to better draw and paint people through the practice of self-portraiture.

Printmaking: Leaves

Saturday 4th May
In this workshop, we will experiment with printmaking onto paper and fabric using leaves and leaf motif printing blocks. We will start by printing with real leaves onto paper, then experiment with block printing onto fabrics (cotton, voile etc) using permanent textile inks, then make our own leaf printing blocks.

Raise The Roof

2nd Thursday in the month at 8.30pm (except Aug)
Raise the Roof is a folk singing club where everyone gets the opportunity to lead a song they know, regardless of experience. Raise the Roof is not a music session. Everyone is welcome. The songs are interesting with lots of choruses and harmonies to join…
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Ralph Dawson, Music Tuition

Beginners welcome! All ages and abilities up to and beyond post graduate levels. I am an experienced professional performer and teacher. Reasonable rates, flexible and understanding. Individual tuition all ages. Central location, 5 minute walk from Sheffield Railway station.
Ralph Dawson
07884 230673

Reading Group Hillsborough Library

Library based reading group for adults
Sue Taylor
2039529

Roger England, Speaker

Presentation aimed at the general public
Roger England
0114 268 0951

Royal Scottish Country Dance Society, Sheffield Branch

Monday 7.30-9.45pm (intermediate and beginners, term-time only, please contact for dates)
Come and join a friendly group who meet at 7.30 pm on Monday evenings at Silverdale School, Sheffield. Qualified RSCDS teachers. No partner required. Beginners especially welcome! For more information see our website.

The Royle Art Group

In late Autumn, Winter & Early Spring, the Group meet at St Chads' Church House, 56 Abbey Lane, S8 0BP. These meetings are held fortnightly on Monday evenings from 7.40pm - 9.40pm with a break for refreshments.   Themes are programmed for each evening but…
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