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Air Quality Team - Sheffield City Council

Monday-Friday 9am-4pm
The Air Quality team is the section of Sheffield City Council responsible for air quality in Sheffield.

Art Works

Not for profit Creative Arts Organisation for Adults and Young People with Learning Disabilities and Autism.
Kayleigh
0776 570 5932 0754 013 3622

Beauchief Environment Group

A Working Group meets on Monday mornings (not holidays); whole membership working mornings, one Saturday a month.
The group undertakes practical work to help conserve the natural beauty of the local environment. It is open to anyone sharing interest in the natural and historic environment of Beauchief and supportive of the work done. Work includes:  Undertaking practical conservation tasks eg path construction…
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Blue Loop, The

9am-5pm (project activities include evenings and weekends)
Friends of the Blue Loop is a volunteer group run by volunteers who deliver regular volunteer sessions on the Lower Don Valley to help maintain the Five Wiers Walk, Canal Towpath and river channel and banks

Carterknowle and Millhouses Community Group (CKMCG)

We meet 3-4 times a year, normally March, June, September & December
A community group which aims to work together with statutory and voluntary bodies in the general area of Carterknowle, Millhouses and beyond to improve the environment, provide opportunities for recreation and leisure, advance education and protect health; and support and represent residents of the area in planning issues and local developments.
Mike Hodson
07887 570762

Community First Yorkshire

Community First Yorkshire works with villages and smaller rural communities throughout North, West and South Yorkshire to help improve the quality of life of the people who live and work there. By encouraging whole community involvement, Community First Yorkshire aims to empower local people and foster their…

Crookes Evening Townswomens Guild (CETG)

3rd Thursday of every month at 2.00 pm Nov - March / 7.30 pm April - October
Crookes Evening Townswomens Guild aims to advance the education of women, improve their conditions and promote their social welfare.
Ann Hawksworth
0114 266 4481

Crookesmoor Community Forum

Informal community group for anyone living or working in the Crookesmoor area

Dore Probus Club - Dore Methodist Church Hall

2nd & 4th Thursday in the month at 10.15am
Dore Probus Club is a social organisation for retired men of all walks of life, who meet together in fellowship, make friends and enjoy a wide range of stimulating talks.
Alan York
07531193680

Ecclesfield Conservation and Local History Group

We meet at 7pm in the Lounge Bar of "The Stocks" on most 4th Tuesdays in the month. Email us if you want to be put on our mailing list.
Ecclesfield Conservation Group aims to preserve what is best about the village of Ecclesfield. They meet to review and occasionally comment on planning applications in the Ecclesfield Conservation Area and beyond, as well as preserving a small archive of local historical photographs and other documents.…

Equality Hub Network Sheffield

The Network is open to all who are interested in equality, diversity and fairness. It enables communities to make the city’s decision makers aware of the issues that have a direct impact on them and influence policy, strategy and services.
Sheffield City Council Equalities & Involvement Team
0114 2735861

Event Space

Offers a range of meeting rooms and halls to suit a variety of needs and purposes. Whether you’re holding  meetings, craft fayres, workshops or open days, you’ll find a suitable space.  
Chris Butler
0114 250 8384

Food and Climate Group

We raise public awareness of the contribution our food makes to climate change and offer talks to all kinds of community groups.

FoodCycle

Come and enjoy a hot lunch prepared by volunteers.  The food has been donated from local supermarkets and each week fresh meals are prepared.  Join us at 12 noon every Wednesday.  Donate as you feel for your meal.  Come along to eat, volunteer or just…
Sheffield FoodCycle
078122441334

Friends of Bishops House

Open to the general public Saturdays and Sunday 10am to 4pm, please check website in case of closure due to weddings
Friends of Bishops House is a voluntary organisation managing Bishop's House on behalf of Sheffield City Council. The group is dedicated to: • Maintaining and developing public access to the house• Protecting and conserving the building for future generations to enjoy• Developing Bishop's House as…

Friends of Chapeltown Park

Chapeltown Park is open all year round. There are no closing times.Open meetings held on the 4rd Wednesday of alternate months at 7pm, please contact for details
We are volunteers who promote Chapeltown Park by holding events and fundraising for equipment.
Mrs. Doris Denton
0114 246 7483 07985 175 268

Friends of Ecclesfield Park

The Community Garden is open on Wednesday & Saturday mornings 10am to 12pm
Friends of Ecclesfield Park aim to revitalise the park, creating a focal point for the village and ensuring a safe, tranquil and fun environment

Friends of Firth Park

3rd Thursday in the month at 6.30pm, except Dec
A local Green Spaces group for the park in Firth Park area of Sheffield
Jayne Taylor

Friends of Greenhill Park, The

4 meetings per year, please contact for details . Meetings on a Thursday at 5pm
Friends of Greenhill Park aims to maintain and improve the greenspace known as Greenhill Park. Facilities available in the park include children's playground, public bowling green, wheels park (skateboard and BMX, see separate entry). The group organises the annual Lowedges Festival in the Greenhill Park…
Harry Hunter
0114 236 4492

Friends of High Hazels Park

Meetings arranged at AGM, please contact for further details
Volunteering to maintain and develop High Hazels Park.
Paul Campbell
0114 2656900 0114 2442803

Friends of Hillsborough Park

Each Tuesday from 10am for regular gardening activities in the Walled Garden, Occasionally other days. Any other activities in the park will start in the Walled Garden. Please contact fohp@btconnect.com for further details. We also have a social/planning meeting on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 7.30pm in the Gardeners Rest.
Working together to make the Park a better place.

Friends of Sheffield Manor Lodge

Friday 10.30am-2.30pm plus the third weekend of each month (Saturday and Sunday) open for groups at other times by prior arrangement, please contact for details
Friends of Sheffield Manor Lodge is a registered charity which is working to bring the historical site back into use as a visitor attraction. The group organises speaker events and coach outings.
David Templeman
01246 415497

Fulwood Townswomens Guild

1st Thursday in the month at 2pm
We are a friendly group of women belonging to a Townswomen’s Guild.
Pauline Wragg
01142305995

Global Justice Sheffield

7pm-9pm, 1st Thursday in the month. Please see website for up-to-date details of venue and other events.
We are a democratic social justice organisation working as part of a global movement to challenge the powerful and create a more just and equal world.

Heeley City Farm

For individuals who are of primary and secondary school age, the Heeley City Farm educational team is able to offer a wide range of activities as part of the alternative provision route. Our team are experienced in working with both adults and young people with…
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