Common Ground Community Centre
Walking is a good fat burning exercise and being outdoors is a ‘feel good’ activity. Meet other local women and take a stroll up to the Cemetery where we’ll talk about some of its most interesting residents!
Women, buggies and children able to walk at an adult pace welcome.
Kate West email@example.com 07951 510366
Sheffield Citadel Salvation Army
Enjoy a lovely home cooked meal and then listen to Annie Fotheringham singing a range of music.
Pay on the door
St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church
Our annual exhibition of art created by local young people has become a Festival fixture, and is supported by many local primary schools and a number of secondary schools.
Light refreshments are available, plus a craft activity to keep our young visitors busy!
This year also features artwork from young people in Kolkata.
Brincliffe House Common Rooms
An autumnal workshop with felter Sue Rogers. Create a felted piece from a selection of fruits and vegetables!
Beginners to intermediate, age 13+ (children must be accompanied by a paying adult).
Included: Lots of felting tips; equipment and materials.
Refreshments provided. Message us with any dietary requirements on booking.
Marvin Powell is a singer/songwriter from Liverpool. His unique and enigmatic vocals soar and whisper with poetic tales over a backdrop of stylish folk guitar.
Tickets available from Café #9 or online www.cafe9sheffield.co.uk
The Stag’s Head 0114 255 0548
An informal evening of folk dancing and socialising at the Stag’s Head on Psalter Lane. Handsworth Sword, Sheffield City Morris and Yorkshire Chandelier will be there, and other teams are most welcome.
Then please get in touch and let us know. We are always looking to work with people so the festival can grow in success and popularity each year.
Your community is what you make it!