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Get on ya bikes and take in the sights

4 Jul

Get on ya bikes and take in the sights

Back in our beautiful Endcliffe Park and taking over the roads of Sheffield city centre, HSBC UK and British Cycling once again bring their free family cycling festival, Let’s Ride to Sheffield.

On Sunday 14 July from 11am – 3pm riders are free to do as much or as little of the route as they please.

With roads along the route closed to traffic, the route is suitable for people of all ages and abilities.

If you fancy whizzing by the Winter Garden, gliding around the city centre and speeding along Eccy Road, then…

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Let's Ride Sheffield route map cycling

The range of attractions along the route and at the festival zone – which opens at 10am – include live music, a Great Britain Cycling Team display area, street food, a Sheffield United skills zone, stunt show and coaches from HSBC UK Go-Ride.

Let's Ride Sheffield cycling

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CAA4 Central – Road Surfacing Works (NIGHTS & WEEKENDS) – Bramall Lane – July 2019

26 Jun

Please click on the link below to access the information:

CA4 Central – Bramall Lane CW Works – July 19

CAA4 Central – Road Surfacing Works (NIGHTS) – Carver Lane & Division Street – July 2019

26 Jun

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2019 CW – CA4 Central – Division Street & Carver Lane

West St or Portobello St – which is quicker?

23 May

We’ve recently announced an extension to the Portobello Street cycle route – see our recent news release about the extension – and we went out on our bikes to do a side-by-side comparision to the West Street route.

Part of this route (between Western Bank and Mappin Street) has been completed in partnership with University of Sheffield.

The next phase introduces a 700-metre walking and cycling route along Portobello Street, Trippet Lane and Pinfold Street.

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Come along and bang your drum!

8 May

Come along and Bang your Drum at our Musical Pocket Park demo in Sheffield City Centre.

Wednesday 15th May 2019 at 11am to 2pm, Fountain Square Park, Barker’s Pool near John Lewis

Free demonstration

Come and play a range of musical percussion instruments to see the idea being promoted for a musical pocket park in our city centre.

Perfect for toddlers, students, relieving stress, budding musicians, all kinds of disabilities, group therapy, or just looking for fun!

Try out ten percussion musical instruments played using attached padded drumsticks, making music similar to wind chimes designed to blend together and create a harmonious sound. This offers fully inclusive musical enjoyment for all ages, abilities and disabilities. These high-quality harmonising instruments are UK made

An idea being tested by ChangingSheff  to add enjoyment to Sheffield City Centre

We hope to see you there,

The Changing Sheff Committee (formerly SCCRAG)

Between The Lines Music Festival

25 Mar

New flyer

Find out more at:

Website: www.betweenthelinesfestival.com

Facebook: Between the Lines Festival / @BTLFestival

Twitter: @BTLFestival

Instagram: @betweenthelinesfest

 

Kelham Island and Neepsend Neighbourhood Planning Area and Forum Designations

13 Mar

The Interim Head of Planning designated the Kelham Island and Neepsend Neighbourhood Area and Forum on the 28 February 2019.  This is the first stage in the neighbourhood planning process and allows the new forum to commence development of a neighbourhood plan.

Further information is available from www.sheffield.gov.uk/home/planning-development/neighbourhood-planning