Space Chase is Go!

23 Jul

Join the Summer Reading Challenge

This year’s Summer Reading Challenge is an out of this world adventure inspired by the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing.

Children taking part will help our super space family, the Rockets, as they track down books nabbed by mischievous aliens!  Sign up at your local library.

We’ve also lots of space themed activities taking place all summer.

Next week you can build a rocket, make a dreamcatcher, learn circus skills, create alien masks, enjoy family table top gaming and lots more – it’s all happening at Sheffield Libraries!

Find Out More: http://www.sheffield.gov.uk/home/campaigns/Library-Summer-Events.html

Get a library card here: http://www.sheffield.gov.uk/home/campaigns/Library-Summer-Events.html

 

 

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Summer fun at Children’s University Festival

23 Jul

Sheffield Children’s University’s CU Festival of Fun is returning this year, featuring over 40 free activities across the city, designed for children reception-age upwards. 

Find out more at: https://sheffieldnewsroom.co.uk/news/festival-of-fun19/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery

 

Feeling unsafe on a night out? Ask for Angela

23 Jul

Venues across the city centre have backed the Ask for Angela campaign, which supports safe dating and tackles sexual harassment in pubs, bars and clubs.
Staff are trained to help any customer who ‘Asks for Angela’ if they feel that they’re in an unsafe situation. 

Find out more at: https://sheffieldnewsroom.co.uk/news/askforangela/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery

 

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Parks & Countryside – Customer Satisfaction Survey 2019

23 Jul

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Upper Hanover Playground Workday

22 Jul

Local volunteers came together this morning to support the Broomhill & Sharrow Vale ward Councillors, the Sheffield Councils Parks & Countryside’s officers, the City ward Councillors, volunteers from the Jesus Centre and South Yorkshire Police to brighten up the Upper Hanover playground.

Councillor Kaltum Rivers and Andrew Machin (Sheffield Council) had organised the workday where volunteers assisted with the painting of the swings and fences and a litter pick.  Councillor Kaltum Rivers quoted, ‘it is very important for the community to be involved in local activities as such where the area is improved with the support from local people’.

The workday was a success.  The local community can now enjoy using the playground which looks newer, cleaner, and fresher.

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Pride in Sheffield

19 Jul

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Asylum Health Promotion Event

19 Jul

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