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Job Vacancy at Hazelhurst CSA

October 31, 2012 by


Hazelhurst Community Supported Agriculture Co-op –  Growing Team Leader Salary:  NJC Scale 4, SCP 18, £17,161 per annum pro rata. Hours of work:  26.25 hours per week with occasional irregular working hours as required, including some evening and weekend commitment. Managed by: She/he will be employed by and have technical and administrative support from Heeley […]

Local food takes another step forward in Sheffield!

September 24, 2012 by


Hazelhurst Community Supported Agriculture Co-operative is now a  thriving organisation. From its idyllic site in the Moss Valley, since  the end of July they have been supplying a weekly bag of fresh organic  vegetables to 35 households in Sheffield, and more to local shops and  restaurants.  Maureen, a customer in Heeley, says: ‘The veg is really […]

Hazelhurst CSA need a Treasurer!

July 12, 2012 by


Hazelhurst CSA  need a treasurer! If you have skills with money, get in touch for more details. or could you offer a little time on a regular day a week to water the polytunnel crops? Contact Stella on 07541209661 Do you have any tools you no longer need? Forks and trowels particularly welcome. Any wellies you […]

Hazelhurst CSA – May 2012 update

May 16, 2012 by


The May 2012 newsletter from Hazelhurst CSA includes an appeal for plastic bottles to make cloches for little plants. They need big pop bottles (not coloured), water bottles, milk bottles (2 litre+ size). At least 10cm diameter. If you have any to donate please drop them off at the front of 147 Albert Road, S8 9QX or […]

Find Out About Hazelhurst CSA

January 16, 2012 by


The launch of shares in Hazelhurst Community Supported Agriculture Co-op.

February 16, 2011 by


Sheffield’s first community supported agriculture project is launching its share option this week. Shares start at £25 each.  The project began as part of Sheffield Transition Towns and aims to bring people together to grow food and pool resources to make local seasonal fresh organic produce more widely available.   The project is based on […]