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2012 was the Queen's Diamond Jubilee year and also London hosted the Olympic Games. Many groups/organisations celebrated the Diamond Jubilee and the Parish Council was pleased to give grants to some local groups. Below are some photos of these celebrations, along with our Chairman of the time, Cllr David Pepper, presenting a Chairman's award to Liz Westby for her torchbearing.

Chapeltown Park Jubilee Celebrations

 

Newgate Close Jubilee Celebrations

Newgate Close Jubilee Celebrations

 

Newgate Close Jubilee Celebrations

Newgate Close Jubilee Celebrations

Newgate Close Jubilee Celebrations

Chairman's Award to Liz Westby

 
Chairman Cllr Howard House received an invitation to judge the Indoor Cooking Competition on Saturday 13 February 2010 at the 82nd Scout Headquarters on Burncross Road in Chapeltown. The Chairman thoroughly enjoyed the event along with his wife Sue House and below are some of the photographs taken at the event. Standards were very high with approximately 60-80 children taking part in groups. The winning group was the 32nd Sheffield Stocksbridge Group.  
Cllr Howard House judging competition
Indoor Cooking Competition
Valentine Meal
Meal prepared by scouts
 
   
Chairman Cllr Howard House receiving an award on behalf of the Friends of Charlton Brook at a recent Northern Community Assembly meeting.  
Friends of Charlton Brook receiving award at Northern Community Assembly meeting  

Lord Mayor Cllr Mr Graham Oxley presents snooker awards

On Saturday 13 March 2010 the Lord Mayor presented awards to young people from the Stephen Harrison Academy a social enterprise aimed at providing mentoring services and learn into work programmes for people with learning difficulties, mental health difficulties, physical difficulties, young people with disabilities, young offenders and individuals not in education, employment or training.

 
Lord Mayor presents snooker awardsLord Mayor presenting awards  
GRENOSIDE IN BLOOM 2011
 
Judging Grenoside in Bloom
Grenoside Memorial    

MACMILLAN MAN - LOOK LOCAL ARTICLE

Local fundraiser John Burkhill recently completed his latest fundraising challenge walking 1,000 miles between branches of Ladbrookes betting shops. Photos below show the Chairman of Ecclesfield Parish Council Cllr Mr Norman Garratt and Cllr Mr Alan Hooper as he set off on his walk from High Green to Sheffield. He was met by the Lord Mayor when he reached Sheffield. In his lifetime he has taken part in around 835 races and has raised around £125,000 for charity including around £40,000 for Macmillan.

 
 
 
HIGH GREEN FUN DAY 2 JULY 2011

On Saturday 2 July 2011 the High Hopes Community Group held a fun day on Angram Bank Recreation Ground. Various activities were organised such as children's rides, sports activities and entertainment, and a grant was given to the group by Ecclesfield Parish Council towards the cost of the event.

 

 
Angram Bank Fun DayAngram Bank Fun Day
Fun Day at Angram Bank
Fun Day 2 July 2011
Ecclesfield Parish Council
Chairman opening the Fun Day
Fun Day 2 July 2011
 
Chairman of Ecclesfield Parish Council Mr Jonathan JonesHigh Green Fun Day      
CHAPELTOWN IN BLOOM 2011
 

Chapeltown in Bloom are a friendly group of local residents who are committed to improving the Chapeltown area and environment, as well as improving community spirit. They meet regularly to tidy up "grot spots", maintain planting, raise funding and work alongside local schools.

Monthly work groups meet to clean up and litter pick or help with planting. The Group have placed wooden planters around the town which were made by the pupils at Ecclesfield School, as you can see from the photographs it give the pupils a sense of ownership and pride in their work.

Much hard work has been carried out over the Spring and Summer period in preparation for the "In Bloom" judging days and it has made such a difference to the appearance of the centre of Chapeltown. They need volunteers to give a spare hour to help with tidying and planting, help with publicity and desiging a website and also fundraising. The group work on Saturday mornings and meet on Thursday evenings - contact either John Housley 0114 2464481 or Howard House on 07813 701679 if you would like to become a member of the group.

 

Chapeltown Park and Millennium Garden

 

 
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