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SAYiT Open Day

21 Nov

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World Aids Day

21 Nov

World Aids Day

Improvements to your bin collections

13 Jul

Coming soon – your new brown bin

We are making changes to improve your recycling service and in the next few weeks you will receive a new brown bin.  These changes will make it easier for you to recycle, and save money for the city.

How will your new recycling service work?

  • Week 1 black bin
  • Week 2 brown bin (glass bottles and jars, plastic bottles and cans)
  • Week 3 black bin
  • Week 4 blue bin (paper and card)

When will your new service start?

If you live in the north of Sheffield you will receive your new brown bins in August or September.

If you live in the south of Sheffield you will receive your new brown bin in September or October

When we deliver your brown bin, we will put a leaflet with your new collection calendar through your letterbox.

What do I need to do now?

Please keep using your blue bin and blue box as normal.

We will put a sticker on your blue bin when it is time for you to start using your blue bin for paper and card and your brown bin for glass, cans and plastic bottles.

Look out for a leaflet explaining the changes which will be delivered through your letterbox next week.

You can find more information on the Sheffield City Council and Veolia websites

To subscribe to bin collection updates click here and add in your email address.

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Warp Films Seek Young People To Star In New Film

21 Jun

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Activities at Shipshape June 2018

1 Jun

Shipshape June Activities

To access a full list of activities please click on the following link: ShipShape Activities Sheet June 2018

Memorial Charity Evening

23 Apr

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If you would like to attend, please book ASAP.

Tickets can be purchased here https://www.nickwrightmemorial.space/

Introducing a new local history walking tour app

20 Apr

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Did you know Sheffield is the birthplace of association football?  Download the app to your smartphone and discover the places and people that shaped football as we know it today.

The route begins in Heeley and visits the city centre before concluding at Highfield Library.

The app includes audio commentary so you can listen as you walk the 4.7 mile route and is full of historic photographs and maps giving you a sense of Sheffield as a place in the 19th century.

As you reach key points along the walk, content in the app will be triggered automatically, explaining Sheffield’s unique role in the creation of the world’s most popular sport.

Alternatively download at home and enjoy in your armchair.

Visit www.sheffield.gov.uk/homeoffootball to get started