Streets Ahead – Stocksbridge, Deepcar & Wharncliffe Remedial Resurfacing Works 29 Nov to 4 Dec 2017

17 Nov

Please find attached flyers regarding remedial resurfacing works in Stocksbridge, Deepcar & Wharncliffe.

B03 Glebelands Rd Remedial Road Resurfacing Flyer

B03 Lilac Av Remedial Road Resurfacing Flyer

B04 Dixon Drive Remedial Road Resurfacing Flyer

B04 Pen Nook Gardens Remedial Road Resurfacing Flyer

B04 Royd Lane Remedial Road Resurfacing FlyerB04 St Margaret Av Remedial Pavement Resurfacing Flyer

These will be short duration works, our working hours will be between 7am and 7pm.

Unless stated we will need to close the road in order to carry out the work safely.

A summary of the works is shown below:

  • Glebelands Road – 29 November for 1 day.  Remedial road resurfacing, 50m section at top of road on left to replace defective material.  Access for residents of Spurley Hey Grove & Askew Court (both cul-de-sacs on the right) will be maintained although there may be a short delay whilst the on-site team arrange this.
  • Lilac Avenue – 29 November for 1 day.  Remedial road resurfacing to re-profile the carriageway to alleviate a standing water issue outside numbers 24 & 37.
  • Pen Nook Gardens – 30 November for 1 day.  Road resurfacing of first cul-de-sac on left (no’s 7 to 31) from Helliwell Lane
  • Royd Lane – 1 December for 1 day.  Remedial road resurfacing to re-profile the carriageway to alleviate a standing water issue outside No. 28.  As the road is wide at this point the road will remain open but we will need to restrict access into the golf club car park at times.  Traffic flow will be managed with stop/go boards or traffic lights.
  • St Margarets Avenue – 1 December for 1 day.  Remedial pavement resurfacing o/s 21 & 23, including root grinding & edging replacement following tree removal.  The road will remain open.  Traffic flow will be managed with stop/go boards or traffic lights.
  • Dixon Drive – 4 December for 1 day.  Remedial road resurfacing to re-profile the carriageway to alleviate a standing water issue outside numbers 26 & 28 on the bend.  Access on to Don Avenue (via first turn off Dixon Drive) won’t be affected.

You can out more about Streets Ahead upgrade work by clicking on this link: http://www.sheffield.gov.uk/content/sheffield/home/roads-pavements/streets-ahead-upgrade-work.html

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Is your child 3 years old? Are you working? You may be eligible for 30 hour of free childcare! — South Sheffield

17 Nov

 

Don’t forget you have to reapply for your 15 hours additional childcare (every 3 months)!

17 Nov

Parents. To keep your 30 hours childcare place next term, make sure your details are up to date https://www.gov.uk/childcareaccount

 

Loxley Silver Bands Festive events and pub carol sings throughout December 2017

15 Nov

loxley silver band

Loxley Silver Band are out and about on the run up to Christmas with festive events and pub carol sings.

For a full list and information of where they are throughout December please visit: http://www.loxleysilverband.org.uk/index.php/concert-list

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Christmas Fayre 25th Nov 2017 in aid of cash for kids – Chapeltown Scout Hut

14 Nov

cash for kids

Stocksbridge and Upper Don TARA General meeting 23rd Nov 2017

13 Nov

Stocksbridge and Upper Don TARA General meeting, 10.30am at Helliwell Court, Helliwell Lane, S36 2QH

23rd Nov 2017

Agenda

  • Welcome
  • Attendance and apologies (committee members)
  • Matters Arising
  • Housing Plus Update – Neighbourhood Officer
  • Community Policing Update – PCSO’s
  • Community Support Worker – Amy May
  • AOB

Next meeting 22nd Nov 2018

 

Job Vacancy – Home Care Service Registered Manager @SYorksHA (closing date 21st Nov 2017)

13 Nov

Job Vacancy – Home Care Service Registered Manager

 

SYHA ‘Doing Care Differently’ Domiciliary Care Registered Manager post is now live!

SYHA are looking for someone with experience in the home care sector with a passion for doing things differently, to set up and lead a new SYHA Home Care Service in Stocksbridge.

This is a unique opportunity to have the autonomy to apply creativity, compassion and entrepreneurial spirit to a new venture which aims to make things better for everyone involved in domiciliary care. There will be the full support, resources and expertise of SYHA in this endeavour including working alongside the Enterprise team, innovation lab and project advisory group to make this business a success

The link to apply is here http://www.syha-careers.co.uk/singlevacancy/56249

The deadline is Tuesday 21st November.

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Free SuperJam Tea Party in Chapeltown 28th Nov 2017 – An afternoon of Friendship & Reminiscence. Special guest – The Lord Mayor of Sheffield

10 Nov

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Have one less thing to remember . . . . . pay your council rent by Direct Debit and make life easy

10 Nov

dog

Direct Debit lets you pay your rent direct from your bank account. There is a choice of monthly dates – the 1st, 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th, or weekly (every Monday, Wednesday and Friday).

This is the most convenient way to pay and will automatically change whenever your rent does (we will write to you beforehand if the amount is going to change).

For further information visit:

https://www.sheffield.gov.uk/content/sheffield/home/council-housing/pay-my-rent.html

Funding available for businesses and community groups in the North of Sheffield

9 Nov

Grants of up to £60k are available for businesses and community groups in the EPIP area for projects which create employment and/or contribute to economic growth.  A series of leaflets summarising the criteria for each priority are available to download here.  Further details on our local priorities can be found here and the latest applicant handbook detailing eligible/ineligible costs can be downloaded here

The application process is two stages; Expression of Interest then a full application form and supporting information.  Further details regarding the process can be found here

Grants are also available for projects under the following priorities (information leaflets are available to download here):

  • Support for micro & small businesses including farm diversification
  • Support to increase farm productivity
  • Support for rural tourism
  • Support for culture & heritage activities
  • Support for rural services
  • Support for increasing forestry productivity

I would appreciate it you could please circulate this information to any relevant contacts.  Funding is only guaranteed until BREXIT, any project activity contracted by then will be honoured. USE IT OR LOSE IT!

If you would like to discuss any potential project ideas or need to check that you fall within the EPIP area please contact the office – email: info@epip.org.uk or tel: 01226 763201.