Monday 1st August, 11am-4pm, The Moor
Come down to the moor on the 1st of August and join Ignite Imaginations for a day celebrating everything Yorkshire, a high quality family friendly event.
Traditional Sport Games with Activity Sheffield.
Join in our races, giant games and competitions including egg and spoon, skipping, swing ball and giant connect four.
- Make a white rose puppet or brooch to take home,
- Enter your own race with a whippet inspired mask,
- Make bracelets and necklaces using the Yorkshire flag colours
- Add your own Yorkshire phrases to our story board.
- Crafts, prints, jewellery, ceramics and textiles for sale from Lucy Brookfield, Ange Made Ceramics, Helen Moyes and Doodle Monkey.
- Face painting
Free tasters every half an hour from the local shops on the Moor
Including Greggs, Pound Bakery, S & J Pantry, Punch Stores, Wateralls, Granellis, Beer Central, Moor Coffee, Turners and Brew Bean
- Tea, coffee and cakes will be available at Theatre Delicatessen all day
- See our Yorkshire Photo competition winner’s prized photos displayed on the hoardings
- Follow our Moor Market Treasure Hunt (a get a prize!)
And PERFORMANCES from…
11:30 Albery Skiffle Band DISCO / POM DANCE
12:00 Tim & Lesley SKIFFLE BAND
12:30 Sylvaine School Of Dance BALLET / MUSICAL THEATRE
1:00 Abi Prettyman SINGER / ACOUSTIC
1:30 Romano Jilo Dance Group ROMANI DANCE
2:00 Treebeard FOLK MUSIC
2:30 Flamenco in Sheffield FLAMENCO
3:00 Break A Leg FOLK SONG & MUSIC
3:30 Sunrit Cultural Group CLASSICAL INDIAN DANCE – KATHAK
The EN:Able Community Investment Fund will be opening for applications from community projects in Yorkshire and Humber for the fifth year running on Wednesday 17 August 2016.
Building on the fund’s success, and to extend Efficiency North’s support for communities across the region, we’re very pleased to announce that this year the maximum grant has been increased to up to £10,000, which we hope will help projects become even more sustainable over the longer term.
To offer as much assistance as possible to all community groups interested in applying to the fund, Efficiency North is hosting 3 free events in the West, South and East of the region.
Tuesday 16 August 2016 10am-12.30pm
The Glasshoughton Community Centre
Leeds Road, Glasshoughton, WF10 4PF
Wednesday 17 August 2016 10am-12.30pm
The Ivanhoe Centre, Gardens Lane,
Conisbrough, Doncaster, DN12 3JX
Thursday 18 August 2016 2-4pm
Victoria Dock Village Hall, South Bridge Road,
Victoria Dock, Hull, HU9 1TL
These events will:
- showcase what groups have already achieved in their communities with cash received;
- guide project leaders through the application process.
Speakers will include community group leaders and EN’s Social Value Manager Paul Mitchell.
For further information visit: Community Investment Fund
Beanstalk Gardens free course to help design the outside area of Weston Park Museum (for 16-24 yr olds)26 Jul
Are you 16-24 years old and interested in garden design?
There is a free, amazing opportunity in August to design a garden at Weston Park Museum in Sheffield. The course is free and open to disadvantaged 16-24-year-olds.
You will work with garden designers to design a garden space to the Museum’s brief. During the six-session course, over two weeks, you will learn which plants will work best in the space, research other gardens to help you decide what will work well and then have your designs realised with the help of an industry specialist. This is a fantastic opportunity to gain experience in horticulture, design, teamwork, growing and working alongside specialists!
If your design is picked it will then be used to transform the space!
Dates in August 2016 are:
Wednesday 10th, Thursday 11th, Friday 12th, Wednesday 17th, Thursday 18th, Friday 19th
All 10am – 2pm
Places are limited – you can reserve your space on the course through EventBrite.
For further information contact Zoe Cartwright on 0114 384 0265 Mobile 07785 293982 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2016/17 Community Grant Scheme funded by Dr Alan Billings is now open for applications.
Groups and local non-profit organisations are invited to apply for funding to support the Commissioner in providing help to victims, vulnerable people and groups established to help reduce crime and anti-social behaviour.
The funding stream will now be open to applications throughout the financial year, with a new approval process in place. Organisations will now be able to find out quickly if they are eligible to apply without the need to submit lengthy forms.
Applications are sought from organisations to bid for funding of up to £5,000.
Dr Alan Billings said: “Last year I received 118 applications and due to a significantly reduced budget, I was only able to fund 26 projects. This year I would like to help more community groups by offering smaller amounts, with a longer period of time to apply.
“I am hoping that groups looking to help their communities, applying for smaller amounts of funding will take advantages of these changes. Last year I was fortunate to visit many of the successful applicants to see the work they are doing. This enables me to find out about the work of local groups and the issues they are facing in their area..
“The changes in the grant scheme that have been implemented should make the process easier for people to apply and more effective in addressing the priorities set out in my police and crime plan.
“I look forward to reading some of the applications throughout the year and visiting the groups to see the work they do.”
More information and how to apply for the grant scheme can be found at http://www.southyorkshire-pcc.gov.uk/Transparency/GrantsInformation.aspx