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Walking Football for Adults

10 Nov

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Making urgent care work better in Sheffield

10 Nov

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Sheffield Comics Network holds its first micro comic con in Kelham Island

10 Nov

Founded by comic book expert Bambos Georgiou ( in April 2016, Sheffield Comics Network (, a monthly meet-up for comic creatives, is holding the first SHEFFIELD MICRO COMIC CON on Saturday 2nd December 12 to 5 p.m at the popular community run pub The Gardeners Rest, 105 Neepsend Road, Kelham Island, S3 8AT (0114 272 4978).

This SHEFFIELD MICRO COMIC CON will include opportunities to meet comic creatives who have worked on children’s comic strips such as Wallace & Gromit, The Bash Street Kids, Nick Fury Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D and adult strips including Viz Comics’ Felix and His Amazing Underpants and Kim Newman’s Anno Dracula. There will also be a special guest appearance by a Northern artist who has worked for Marvel,  DC and Titan (to be announced next month).

There will be comics for all ages on sale from The Eagle, to Deadline to The Beano as well as comic zines and prints by local emerging talents. Sheffield’s annual art and illustration convention ROBOT is also sponsoring a table. There will be a film show of a Captain America serial (b/w) followed by El Santo  vs The Martian Invasion (b&w subs) playing in the Snug all afternoon.

“Since its inception in 2016 the Sheffield Comics Network has bloomed.” said Bambos. “With the support of Ruskin in Sheffield ( it has delivered highly successful comic drawing workshops for children, most recently for The Big Draw in the Millennium Gallery. This event is our first opportunity to showcase comic books themselves and the comic book talent right here in Sheffield. ”

The event is FREE and children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

See you on the 2nd December!

 Event enquiries :        Bambos Georgiou at

Press enquiries :        Jane North at

Pay your council rent by Direct Debit

8 Nov

Have one less thing to remember . . . . . pay your council rent by Direct Debit and make life easy

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Sheffield Libraries News

7 Nov

History of Magic Season Continued at Sheffield Central Library

The ‘Harry Potter: A History of Magic’ exhibition is now open until Christmas and showcases beautifully illustrated information panels from the British Library alongside treasures from our own library strong rooms; including some items over 400 years old.

The exhibition is free to view at the Central Library during normal opening hours.

Accompanying the exhibition is a programme of events for all ages, including  a series of family-friendly lectures and workshops delivered by the University of Sheffield.

More magical events from the University of Sheffield

Defence Against the Dark Arts and the Battle Against Tooth Decay

Thursday 16th November, 5pm – 6pm
Central Library Carpenter Room

Step into Professor Paul Hatton’s Defence Against the Dark Arts class and learn the secrets of battling tooth decay including the best potions to use and wand skills to master.  A fun, silly and magical themed workshop to help children maintain their oral health.

Suitable for 7 – 11 year olds

Book online today

Anything from the Trolley?  The Chemistry of a Magical Sweetshop

Wednesday 22nd November, 6pm – 7pm
Central Library Carpenter Room

Imagine visiting Honeydukes where magical sweets for all tastes tempt you to part with your Galleons, Sickles and Knuts. At this family friendly talk, Dr Joanna Buckley explores the chemistry behind some of the sweet treats found at this famous wizarding sweet shop!

Book online today

Mudbloods, Muggles & the Magic of Social Integration

Monday 27th November, 6pm – 7pm
Central Library Carpenter Room

The story of Harry Potter is above all else, about fighting prejudice: the prejudice of muggles against wizards; wizards against muggles; and pure-bloods against half-bloods.  In this family friendly talk, Professor Gwilym Pryce explores the causes and consequences of prejudice, and what we can do to win the war against it.

Book online today

Invisible Astronomy

Wednesday 13th December, 6pm – 7pm
Central Library Carpenter Room

For thousands of years, astronomy was conducted using only visible light, but in today’s space age it covers gamma rays to radio, gravitational waves to neutrinos and perhaps even dark matter.  In this family friendly talk, Dr Susan Cartwright explores what we can learn from invisible astronomy.

Book online today

Consultation – CIP and Gambling Service audit

7 Nov

West Street and Devonshire Green are popular parts of the city centre and attract people looking to shop in one of the many boutique or independent retailers, or enjoy the bars and restaurants that have made it a lively part of town.

As part of its ongoing plans to improve the area, and to tackle concerns expressed by local residents and health and welfare groups that too many licensed premises are contributing to more crime and anti-social behaviour, the council is encouraging people to spend a few minutes giving their views.

Please complete the online survey:


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6 Nov

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