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Carfield School Summer Fair – Sat 14th June

June 6, 2014 by


The Friends of Carfield School will be staging the 2014 Summer Fair between 12noon – 3pm on Saturday, 14th June. The playgrounds and classrooms of the Argyle Road school will be playing host to an array of stalls selling books, clothing, bric-a-brac, plants and toys alongside kid’s shows, games and activities. There will also be […]

A Celebration of the Centenary of the Birth of Dylan Thomas with Poet John Lindley – Bishops House, Sat 10th May 7.30pm

May 6, 2014 by


Born in 1914, Dylan Thomas became one of the most successful yet controversial poets of the twentieth century. Regarded with equal amounts of adoration and suspicion in his lifetime, the extraordinary body of work he left after his death at the age of 39 continues, even after the passage of more than 60 years, to […]

Local Green Homes open their doors

April 17, 2014 by


During April and May there will be a couple of great opportunities to visit several local homes as part of the  Green Homes Sheffield (GHS) project. Green Homes Sheffield is a new way of helping you to make your home more comfortable and more energy efficient. The network brings together people who want to reduce their […]

It’s not just the birds singing in Heeley Park…

March 31, 2014 by


Visitors to Heeley Park on Sunday 6th April will be treated to an acappella singing performance by members of the local Carfield Community Choir.  The group plan to arrive and perform their spring set in the ‘half moon arena’ at around 2.50pm before moving on to deliver a second performance up in the Crow’s Nest.  […]

Curtis Eller’s American Circus (+ support from Sieben) @ Heeley Institute – Sat 5th April – 8pm onwards

March 24, 2014 by


The Big Boulder Rolls On will be bringing Curtis Eller and his American Circus to Heeley on Saturday, April 5th as part of a nation-wide tour also passing through London, Bristol and Manchester. The New York-based banjo playing yodeller is touring the UK with both American and British musicians for the first time, and will […]

Toffee Music @ Bishops House – Wed 19th March 7.30pm – 10.00pm

March 18, 2014 by


Back by popular demand, Toffee Music is Mike Lydiat and Dave Markham. TOFFEE is an acronym for “Two Old Fellas For Evening Entertainment”! Dave has been ‘entertaining the troops’ for more than 40 years and Mike first ‘trod the boards’ in 1962. Between them they have a century of playing experience! TOFFEE perform  classic tunes […]

Acupuncture Awareness Week – £10 taster sessions @ The Treatment Space

February 27, 2014 by


Acupuncture Awareness Week (3rd to 10th March) is supported by the British Acupuncture Council and aims to help better inform people about the practice of acupuncture. With 2.3 million acupuncture treatments carried out each year, acupuncture is one of the most popular complementary therapies practised in the UK today. Yet many people only discover acupuncture […]

next Heeley Voice deadline – 15th Feb 2014

February 7, 2014 by


The next issue of the Heeley Voice magazine will be published at the start of March, if you have news, articles, job vacancies or want to include an advert, then please send the information to Heeley Development Trust by Friday 14th February. Please email or drop off/post at the Trust offices at Ash Tree Yard, 62-68 Thirlwell Road, Heeley, Sheffield, […]

Winter Crafts Workshop @ Heeley Institute – 15th Feb – 12-3pm

February 7, 2014 by


The Heeley Park Team will be holding a Winter Crafts Workshop at the Heeley Institute on Saturday, February 15th. The family-friendly workshop will include kite-making and flying with the Community Kite Project, and winter-themed painting with ‘Artists in the Making’, a locally-based company that provides art and digital photography workshops for kids. There will also […]

Community First Funding available in the Gleadless Valley Ward

January 7, 2014 by


Are you a voluntary, community or faith group based in Gleadless Valley Ward working with deprived communities? Are you looking for small amounts of funding? Does your project meet any of the local priorities?  Working with children and young people Tackling environmental issues Supporting and promoting safer and stronger communities Promoting health and wellbeing (particularly […]

Adult Community Learning in Heeley and Abbeydale – Spring Term – January to April 2014

January 4, 2014 by


A wide range of adult learning courses will be taking place across the Heeley and Abbeydale area this Spring. For more details about any of the classes or to book a place, call Liz, Maxine or Saima on 0114 2500613 or email:

The Bints @ Bishops House – Sat 25th Jan – 7.30pm

January 3, 2014 by


Harmony acapella singers The Bints and friends present an evening of acapella, gentle jazz and poetry. Entrance £5 includes a glass of wine or soft drink. All profits to The Dogs Trust and Bishop’s House. Information / sounds for The Bints can be found at Places are limited so please call Sarah on 0777 277 […]

Brooks Williams (+ support from Paul Littlewood) @ Heeley Institute – Fri 17th Jan – 8pm onwards

January 2, 2014 by


Brooks Williams will be performing at the Heeley Institute on Friday, January 17th as part of the Big Boulder Festival 2014 fundraising nights. Brooks has spent the last 25 years playing American and Blues on stages and at festivals worldwide, and has been described by Dirty Linen as ‘one of America’s musical treasures’. Ranked as one […]

New Heeley Voice – December 2013 – Issue 59

December 17, 2013 by


Here is the December 2013 issue of the New Heeley Voice, bringing interesting news of people and projects nearby… There’s been progress at Sum Studios, with work starting on the remaining 2 derelict buildings, Recycle Bikes have launched a new DIY ‘Bike Kitchen’ in Attercliffe and the Sheffield Antiques Quarter kick off their crowd funding campaign to put the Quarter well […]