June 6 - June 13 2013
Summer Bag Workshop: make and take item - one bag, with possibly a corsage or bag organizer if you already have sewing experience, aAll materials provided, Sew in the City , Nichols Building, Shalesmoor, Saturday, , 11.15am-4pm (£48 per person, 07982 494399, www.sewinthecity.co.uk).
Christians & Sheffield Schools: first annual conference with international children’s storyteller and author Bob Hartman keynote speaker who will also lead workshops, chance for educators, youth and church leaders, parents and any Christians involved in schools to gain new skills, resources and contacts, Wilson Carlile Centre, Cavendish Street, Saturday, 10am-3pm. (£20 includes lunch and three workshops, www.cass-su.org.uk or email email@example.com or text 07812 855332).
The Zodiac in Movement.: course given by Andrea Damico Gibson.on Eurythmy and its Zodiac movements. (Eurythmy is a harmonious art of movement) No experience required, Freeman College, 88, Arundel Street, Sunday, 11am-6pm (£28/ £25 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, 07805 304254).
Digital Wildlife Photography for Beginners: four-day WEA course (practical outdoor and classroom-based) designed to help provide a sound foundation of the necessary field and digital camera skills to photograph a range of wildlife, provide your own digital camera and equipment, St Oswald’s Parish Church, Bannerdale Road, from Wednesday, 9.30am (£78, free for those in receipt of means tested benefits, contact Richard Ashbee, 07779302881 for further details).
Dressmakers Workshop: enrolling for the following 10-week classes - Dressmaking & Creative Development, Speed Tailoring, Textile Art, Design & Pattern Cutting.,Tuesday evenings, Wednesdays and Friday morning, and new class on Saturdays; to suit all, from beginners to advanced, students, Dressmakers Workshop, Wortley Road, Saturdays, 2pm-4pm (2846868, email email@example.com).
Career Circles: Inova Consultancy offer fully-funded career coaching to help those out of work or in education build up their soft skills to enter the labour market successfully. Limited opportunities available now in Sheffield (book a place: firstname.lastname@example.org, 2799091, www.inovaconsult.com).
Creative Techniques (Ceramics): new City & Guilds course at Hope Valley College, Wednesdays, 1.30pm - 4.30 pm ( 01433 620662 or email email@example.com).
VHF RADIO COURSE: One day VHF-DSC course for yachtsmen, to satisfy the RYA and Marine Radio Operators Short Range Certificate of Competence (call Bill Clay on 2214304 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details).
.ART WORKSHOPS: given throughout the year by Hazel Lale, acrylics, watercolour, mixed media, in all subjects (email@example.com or www.hazellale.co.uk).
Creative Edge Phase 2 Adult Learning Courses: project that champions inclusion and community within the city centre through the creative arts with free courses ranging from Creative Writing, African Dance Fusion, Photography to Creative Writing and Drumming. All abilities and backgrounds welcome, Sheffield Cathedral (full programme details, www.sheffieldcathedral.org).
Forget Me Not: introductory workshop designed to guide and motivate you in writing your own life story, Fulwood Inn, Fridays, 10.30am-12.30pm (£10 a week, Angela 2851325, email firstname.lastname@example.org).
Your Art:, space where beginners and those who are more experienced can meet in a relaxed environment and enjoy the pleasure of art, paint and paper supplied, advice given on request, Hanover Hall, Jesus Centre, Broomspring Lane, Broomhall, Wednesday and Thursday, 1pm-3pm.
Stained Glass Classes: learn traditional and Tiffany stained glass. New 10 and 12-week courses at Crosspool home studio of tutor Martin McAssey and are available daytime and evening. Each class as a maximum of four students. Also available introduction one day workshops in traditional and Tiffany stained glass (www.martinmcassey.co.uk, 2668382 or email@example.com).
Sketch on your iPad: course aimed at beginners who want to create digital drawings (like David Hockney does) on their iPad. Friendly half day course in small groups with coffee and cake included (email firstname.lastname@example.org, 0781 2181169).
Jewellery Day Workshop / Evening Classes: learn how to make lovely silver jewellery using traditional techniques, either t introduction or refresher course with maximum of six students allowing lots of one-to-one support (for more information and dates contact: Victoria on 07973 679 062 or 01142525880 or email@example.com).
Vintage Cupcake Decorating: course presented by Rachey’s Cupcakes and Bakes will include baking six vanilla cupcakes, making buttercream frosting, and decorating using different styles of frosting and icing ready to take home in a gift box with ribbon, all materials provided, Penistone Grammar School Advanced Learning Centre, Tuesday, June 18, 6pm-8pm (£25 for one adult and one accompanying child or £2 one adult, details and booking Esther Parnham, 01226 760871).
Bread Making: course for beginners and those who wish to improve their bread making skills to include making white bread dough for pizza and bread rolls and making soda bread, suitable for 14+, Penistone Grammar School Advanced Learning Centre, Thursday, June 20, 5.30pm-8.30pm (£18 includes all materials, book a place on 01226 760871).
Pastry Making: course for beginners and improvers to include sweet and savoury pastry and baking blind to make a French style apple tart, a quiche and a filled tart, suitable for 14+, Penistone Grammar School Advanced Learning Centre, Thursday, July 11, 5.30pm-8.30pm (£20 includes all materials, book a place on 01226 760871).
Managing Change: workshop for over 50s looking for help to make positives changes in their life and achieve their r goals, City Centre location, June 17 (more info:firstname.lastname@example.org or call 2799091).
Art Classes for Beginners and Advanced: courses are held in a studio setting and offer an introduction to a variety of materials and techniques and guidance with individual projects, daytime and evening classes of two hours duration, materials supplied (£85 per term, contact Stephen Barnell, 120 Upperthorpe, 2330356 or email email@example.com).
Running with Scissors: workshops for crafty individuals, Intro to Screen Printing, Saturday June 15, , Freestyle Machine Embroidery, Saturday June 22, Make your own Lampshade, Saturday June 22. , Beginners Crochet / Granny Squares, Saturday June 29. Bring your own sewing machine, or book one to use at the sewing workshops. Private tuition, craft parties for private groups and hen parties are also available. Workshops are held at Harland Works, John Street, off Bramall Lane (www.rwssheffield.co.uk or www.facebook.com/rwssheffield or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org twitter: @rwssheffield).
Making a Bag with Optional Corsage: for those new to sewing, make a tote bag, for those with some sewing experience make a patchwork or gusseted bag, High Storrs School, Sunday, June 23, 2pm - 6pm (£32, all materials, refreshments and friendly supportive teaching included, booking essential, Helen, 0796 711 9591).
Summer Entertaining: two half day workshops, High Storrs School, Saturday, June 29 - Bunting and other summer decoration making, 10am-1pm (£32); Baking and Decorating cupcakes and creating a vintage teacup floral arrangement 1.30pm – 5pm (£36, or £63 for both, all materials, refreshments and friendly supportive teaching included, booking essential, Helen, 0796 711 9591).
Paper Making: make a frame (that you will be able to take home) and experiment with different additions to the pulp, creating your own unique handcrafted paper, High Storrs School, Saturday, 10am-3pm (£34, all materials, refreshments and friendly supportive teaching included, booking essential, Helen, 0796 711 9591).
Digital Photography and Internet Workshops: at High Storrs School, Introduction to digital photography and photo-editing, Sunday, June 23 (afternoon), Introduction to digital photography, Saturday, June 29 (morning) Going further with photo editing, Saturday, June 29 (afternoon); Bugs and Bad Guys, Saturday, July 6 (morning), Try different ways to use the internet, Saturday, July 6 (afternoon). For more information and to book a place, phone Nick on 266 2114 or email email@example.com
Chicken Keeping for Beginners: informative and practical course will cover everything you need to become a competent back garden hen keeper, Bank View Farm, Totley, Sunday, June 23, 10am to 12.30pm (Rachel Wall 07889 791164,, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org , www.bankviewfarm.co.uk).
Stained Glass Workshop: no previous experience or artistic background required; all levels welcome, tools, equipment and materials available, Walkley Community Centre, Fir Street (off South Road), Walkley, Mondays, 8pm-9.30pm, Tuesday mornings, Wednesdays, 7.30pm-9.30pm (Natasha Sorrell, 07726963827).
Aspect Training: free courses in Health & Social Care including inductions, diplomas, apprenticeships and statutory training. Now enrolling for Diploma in Health & Social Care. Funding available (www.aspect-training.co.uk, 2472772, or email email@example.com)
The Academy SPACE (Sheffield Psychotherapy and Counselling Education): Places available for September 2013 for Diploma in Counselling (to BACP standards); Foundations of Counselling; Taster Modules; all courses delivered by experienced, qualified tutor practitioners. Open Afternoon, Saturday June 8, 2pm-4pm (www.counsellingacademy.org)..
DIY for Women: learn how to fix to walls, put up shelves, fit locks and make your own project, Women’s Workshop, Sheffield College, Granville Road, Wednesdays, 1pm-4pm (2602029, www.sheffcol.ac.uk).
A First Look at Chinese Literature: Age Concern course for anyone with an interest in reading, small friendly group, Wednesday mornings, city centre (Jenny King, 2366225).
Dressmaking Classes: suitable for all abilities. Learn how to make a pattern fit you and create an exclusive garment. Run by Jo Owen a tutor with considerable experience in garment construction, Stitched up and Fleeced studio, 49 Nethergreen Road, Tuesday 7-9 pm Thursdays 2-4 pm Tel. 0114 2303030 firstname.lastname@example.org
Digital Photography: evening course, ten-week course based at Silverdale School now book, 1 to 1 digital photography lessons also available (www.greenfoxphotography.co.uk, email@example.com, 07758193741).
Esol Classes: learn basic English, with qualified teachers and supporters, gain help with speaking, listening and writing, make new friends, Hanover Hall, Sheffield Jesus Centre, Broomspring Lane, Broomhall, Mondays, 10am until noon and 1pm until 3pm.
Introduction to Cheesemaking Course: one-day course with expert cheesemaker Chris Ashby during which participants will make a camembert style cheese, a mozzarella and a soft lemon cheese, Hartingtons School of Food, Bakewell, various dates throughout the year, (www.hartingtons.com, 01629 888 586).
Artisan Breadmaking: range of courses with master bakers during the week and at weekends including Introduction to Breadmaking, Sourdough Breadmaking and French Breadmaking, Hartingtons School of Food, Bakewell, (www.hartingtons.com, 01629 888586).
Integrating The Mind and Heart: year-long Anthroposophy foundation course consisting of talks, conversations and creative exercises in thinking and observation, learning to be
attentive to our own experiences, 78 Cherry Tree Road, Nether Edge, Mondays, 7.30-9.30pm (£5/ £3 per session, or give what you can afford, 0797 4906421, www.sheffieldsteinergroup.co.uk).
Art Over 50s: Relaxed, friendly group, all ability levels, beginners welcome, experienced tutor, Jordanthorpe Community Centre, Monday mornings (first session free, contact Dennis 2481433).
History Classes: with tutor Lloyd Powell resume at Queen Heads pub, Mondays: Local History, 10.15am-12.15pm, British History, 1.15pm-3.15pm; Thursdays Egyptology, 10.15am-12.15pm, History of Ancient Palestine, 1.15pm-3.15pm (£5 each session, all welcome, 2334744).
City and Guilds Feltmaking Level 2: experiments and developments through traditional and contemporary processes to design and make 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional items in felt, Stitched Up and Fleeced Studio, Nethergreen, Thursdays, 9am to noon (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com).
Cathie’s Classes: daytime sewing classes for all skill levels. Small friendly classes where you can adapt patterns to your own design, fit clothes to your bodyshape and learn sewing techniques, bring your own dressmaking project and be guided through the process. Hagglers Corner, Queens Road, Mondays and Thursdays, 10am - 12, 12.30pm -2.30pm (booking essential, 07905 250826, firstname.lastname@example.org)..
Adults Drawing & Painting Class: small, friendly class run by artist Gill Gathercole for anyone who wants to develop their drawing and painting skills. Still-life, portraiture, and landscape are the subjects explored, along with a variety of medium: pencil, charcoal, pen&ink, pastel and acrylic, Planet Pot, Hangingwater Road, Nethergreen, Mondays, 7.30pm-9.30pm run in six week blocks throughout the year (£48 per six week, Gill on 2818835 or 07941 013307).
Watercolour Painting and Drawing Classes: new four-week taster sessions for maximum of 10 students, individual attention and demonstrations by prize-winning local artist Pamela Marshall with more than 30 years teaching experience, one to one tuition also available (2748635).
Watercolour course for beginners: nine weeks expert tuition with professional artist and experienced tutor Brian Smith, Old School, Dore, 7pm-9.30pm, further courses available to continue development (visit www.briansmithartist.co.uk for full course itinerary. To book Tel; 0771 4262139 or e-mail: email@example.com).
Glass Fusing Workshops: one day taster workshop giving an introduction and overview of the art form with encouragement to experiment with various materials and techniques to produce stunning effects on glass, making dichroic glass jewellery, coasters, dishes or freestanding sculptures, all glass and materials provided, held in Nether Edge studio (£55 includes three course lunc, maximum of six participants, contact Alison Zwaard on 07947002527 for dates and booking, www.handmadeinnetheredge.co.uk).
Precious Metal Clay Workshops: learn how to design and create silver jewellery in just a day using Precious Metal Clay (PMC), learning the basic techniques of handling, shaping, texturing, stone setting, firing and finishing jewellery to a professional standard, (£55 includes three course lunch, plus charge for PMC, all other materials included, contact Alison Zwaard on 07947002527 for dates and booking, www.handmadeinnetheredge.co.uk).
Get Ready for English: introductory course to enable participants to find the right starting point, gain confidence and skills and decide the right individual progression route, tutor Lesley Browett, Creative Textile Classes: led by textile artist/designer Helen Sadler at which participants can experiment and have fun working with a range of materials, fabrics and threads, Ecclesall Parish Rooms, Ringinglow Road, Thursdays. 1pm-3pm (£6 per session, 2962752 or email helensadler47 @hotmail.co.uk).
Social Media Confidence: 1 to 1 courses tailored to help you use Twitter, Linked In and more for business or career profiles (Karen Perkins 07971 881251).
Nutrition Courses: suitable for all, learning how to improve health, increase energy and vitality and achieve the right individual weight, eight three-hour modules over four weeks, no previous knowledge or homework is required, small group, maximum of eight, evening and afternoon dates now available (£250, www.newlifenutrition.co.uk, 07860 788537).
Computer Sessions for Beginners: learn how to send emails, access the Internet, etc, Sharrow Community Forum, South View Road, Sharrow, Wednesdays, 9am-4pm, Fridays, 9am-1pm (2500613/ 2508384).
Printmaking Classes: taught by award winning artist and educator Peter York, Monday and Wednesday evenings, all day Thursday and Friday (2580110/ 07749216291, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.peterpainterprintmaker.com).
Free Beginners Computer Training: introducing computers and word processing and the Internet at free courses designed for anyone who has no knowledge of using computers, BBC Sheffield, Shoreham Street, Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays all day, 9.30am to 5pm, half days Wednesdays and Thursdays, 9.30am to 12. Enrolments at 9.15am.
Puppy School Courses: fun, informal, positive and educational six-week training courses for puppies from 11-20 weeks of age, children welcome, qualified and Accredited instructor and behaviourist, member of the APDT. Kennel Club Listed and approved by vets and rescue centres (Victoria 2747665, www.peopleanddogs.co.uk).
Maths Tuition: experienced teacher offers help to adults and young people who struggle with Maths or want to improve their grades. Basic numeracy through to A’level (Rosie 07981004326).
Art Courses: regular six week courses for beginners and competent amateurs taking them on an exciting road to explore the wonderful watercolour medium at studio in Ecclesall, follow-up membership groups for those who wish to continue, individual tuition available (Stephen Coates 07887 900918, email@example.com. www.coatesart.co.uk).
Clay Club at Planet Pot: learn how to sculpt clay and make soap dishes, flower pots, dip and fruit bowls and lots more, at Hangingwater Road, Nether Green, and Machon Bank Road, Nether Edge (£48 for six-week course including all materials, 2306479/ 2587402, email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, www.planetpot.co.uk).
Craft Club: knitting, stitching and crochet in a relaxed creative atmosphere, suitable for all ages and abilities, Millennium Gallery, Mondays, 10.30am–12.30pm (free, no need to book).
NCT Antenatal Courses: in Central, North, West and South East Sheffield to help explore choices around labour, birth and parenting in small, interactive classes where new parents can share experiences, find out about local maternity services, learn practice skills for labour and parenting. Also now running new Relax, Stretch and Breathe classes in Sheffield (0844 243 6852, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, www.nct.org.uk/confidence).
Lip Reading classes: St Mary’s Church, South Road, Walkley, Mondays, 10am-12; Stocksbridge Library, Thursdays, 9.30am-11.30am and 12.15pm-2.15pm (07717742483).
Adult Drama Classes: for young and old, beginner or experienced; have fun, learn new skills and work towards a small production Easy Street Academy of Performing Arts, Little London Road, Saturdays, 12.30pm-2.30pm (£12 per session, payable half-termly, 07788594133).
Want to learn Dutch?: experienced, qualified tutor, native Dutch speaker, offers courses at all levels, daytime or evening (email email@example.com, 2680312).
Creative Textile Classes, experiment and have fun with a range of materials, fabrics and threads, Ecclesall Parish Rooms, Ringinglow Road, Thursdays 1pm-3pm (£6 per session, 2962752 or email firstname.lastname@example.org).
Sheffield School of Pilates, pilates carefully taught at all levels. Builds core strength, improves flexibility and promotes well-being of mind and body, Millhouses area (2364006).
Spanish this Summer? student centred groups, daytime or evening: at all levels, with fully qualified and experienced tutor, e-mail email@example.com state level or phone 2331355.
Textiles Classes in Sharrow, weekly classes in contemporary crochet and contemporary embroidery and applique, specialist and introductory, Saturday: introduction to Afghan blanket crochet stitch, (email firstname.lastname@example.org or 07842757379, www.ruthiefordworkshops.blogspot.com).
City and Guilds Fashion Wear Level 2, learn to make garments to a high standard, for beginners and students with some experience, with tutor Jo Owen to guide you through many dressmaking techniques and associated information on dressmaking, including a design for craft module, Stitched Up and Fleeced Studio, Nethergreen, Tuesdays, 6pm-9pm or Thursdays, 1pm-4pm from September (email@example.com).
Maths Tuition up to GCSE level, with qualified, experienced and very patient teacher who specialises in building confidence in young people and adults who worry about maths (Rosie 07735 065733, first session free with no obligation to continue).
German Language Tuition, from native speaker, all ages and abilities, conversation and business level available, one-to-one and group tuition (2587047 or 07805981343 or email firstname.lastname@example.org).
Drystone Walling for Beginners, one and two-day courses in groups of four with Will Husband, DSWA-approved instructor, walling tools, work gloves and safety goggles provided, Blackbrook Farm, off A57, Rivelin Valley, Saturdays, 9.45am-4.30pm, see website for dates (2304530, www.peakwalling.co.uk).
Feltmaking and Textiles, now booking for weekend, evening and private workshops, Studio 2, The Butcher Works, Arundel Street, also weekday Creative Craft workshops specialising in a variety of art, craft and design based activities for people with learning disabilities, physical and sensory impairments (www.textileworkshops.co.uk or email email@example.com).
Drawing for Beginners, learn the five basic skills to create realistic drawings and develop creativity in a fun and supportive class, Planet Pot, Hangingwater Road, Nether Green (2306479) or Machon Bank Road, Nether Edge (2587402), Mondays 6.30pm-8pm (£40 for five-week course, materials included, www.planetpot.co.uk email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com).
Boney Fido Dog Training, 1-2-1 training and courses: Perfect Pups; Basic obedience (indoor & follow-on outdoor); Agility; Clicker, & Retrieving. Venues: Trinity Church, S11 Wednesdays; St Augustine’s, S11 Fridays; Sportsman Inn, S10, Saturdays (booking essential, call Liz 2517148, www.boneyfidodogs.co.uk. Self Protection classes, Ronin Self Protection Systems, BCA (British Combat Association) affiliated club, The Source, near Meadowhall, Tuesday and Friday, 7.15pm to 8.45pm (£6 per lesson/ reduced block booking rates, first lesson is free, then firstname.lastname@example.org).
Relationship Help, qualified and experienced Relationship and Sex Therapist (Carol on 07773 844 864 or email email@example.com (£50 per one hour session).
Printmaking and paper art workshop, lessons with Jean Cherry, experienced multi media printmaker and paper artist, have fun in Jean Cherry’s attic studio making colourful, innovative prints experimenting with the following: linocut, monoprint, collagraph, chine colle, rubber stamps, found materials, also make diverse paper structures, where sheet is changed into form, times flexible and by mutual agreement (maximum 2 students, £30 per person per 3 hour session, tel: 2366885, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Be The Change You Want To See In The World: forum in which everyone has a chance to contribute asks how we can change, 78 Cherry Tree Road, Nether Edge, Sunday, 7.30pm-9pm (voluntary donations invited, 0797 4906421).
Pints of View: this month’s topic for discussion is Made in Sheffield - The role of manufacturing in 21st century society, The Greystones, Greystones Road, Tuesday, 8pm (£10 ).
Sheffield Management Lecture: Sir George Buckley, former chairman, president and CEO of Fortune 500 company 3M returns to his home city to talk on Value Creation In Public Companies - How Do You Improve Growth And Competitiveness?, Pennine Lecture Theatre, City Campus, Sheffield Hallam University, Wednesday, 7pm (free with ticket obtained by email email@example.com).
Building our Response to the Climate Challenge: public meeting co-organised by Sheffield Climate Alliance and Sheffield City Council, with guest speakers Dr. John Broderick from Tyndall Climate Centre at Manchester University and Prof. Andrew Gouldson: from The Centre for Low Carbon, Sheffield University Mappin Hall, Sir Frederick Mappin Building, Mappin Street,Thursday, June 13, 7pm to 9 pm
Sheffield Poetry Festival
Continues to June 9 Tickets available at www.sheffieldpoetryfestival.com or on the door
Cusp – The Event: with Geraldine Monk and Alan Halsey, Bank Street Arts, Thursday, June 6, 6.30pm-7.30pm (£4).
Fifty Shades Of The Most Intense Colours Ever: poems about sexual love with Elizabeth Barrett and John Sewell
Thursday, 6th June - 8.00 to 9.00pm : Bank Street Arts Centre, Bank Street Arts, Thursday, June 6, 8pm-9pm (£4).
Punctuate!: performance celebrating the vagaries and delights of punctuation, syntax and grammar with Heeley Women WritersintheCity, Northchurch Business Centre, Queen Street, Friday, 10am to noon (£4).
The Colour Wheel: reading by the Hex poets, Bank Street Arts, Friday, 6.30pm-7.30pm (£4).
Kathy Towers and Ian Duhig: Bank Street Arts, Friday, 8pm-9pm (£4).
Waving and Drowning : a workshop writing from archive footage of Scarborough with the Cutting Edge Poets, Bank Street Arts, Saturday, 10.30am to 12.30pm (£4)
Michael Symmons Roberts: The Hubs, Paternoster Row, Saturday, 12-1pm (£7).
Things of Substance and Versions of the North: with Liz Cashdan and David Cooke, The Hubs, Saturday, 1.30pm to 2.30pm (£4).
Suzannah Evans, Cliff Yates and Jonathan Davidson: The Hubs, Saturday, 3pm-4pm (£7).
Conor O’Collaghan and AB Jackson: The Hubs, Saturday, 4.30pm to 5.30pm (£7).
Matthew Clegg and Gearóid Mac Lochlainn: The Hubs, Saturday, 6.30pm to 7.30pm (£7).
Helen Mort and Sinead Morrissey: The Hubs, Saturday, 8pm to 9pm (£7).
The A to Z of Prose Poetry: workshop with Donna Stonecipher, Bank Street Arts, Bank Street, Sunday, 1.30pm to 3.30pm (£4, book in advance).
Prose Poetry and Afternoon Tea: reading and Q&A with Donna Stonecipher and Jane Monson, Harland Cafe, John Street, Sunday, 4pm to 5.30pm (£4).
Sticky Bun Club: Liz Cashdan reads from her New and Selected Poems and talks about this and her other books, Quaker Meeting House, Tuesday, 7.30pm (all welcome, entry £3).
Are You a Frustrated Poet?: for those who would like to develop skills and confidence and get useful and supportive feedback on what they are writing or else would like to learn to write, or learn more about poetry and poets, in a community-based daytime group (firstname.lastname@example.org, 2331355).
Sheffield Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Group: Old Queens Head, Pond Street, first and third Monday, 7.30pm.
Sheffield Writers Resource Centre: information and advice, Main Lending Library, Surrey Street, Wednesdays, 5.15pm-7.30pm (2734711).
Sheffield Writers’ Club: fortnightly informal meetings where visitors are welcome to join poets, novelists, short story writers, etc around the table and read their own work or just listen to what others have produced, receive helpful advice and feedback from like minded people, Quaker Meeting House, St James’ Street, alternate Mondays 2pm to 4pm, (£2 per session including refreshments, 2668641).
Baby-friendly Book Group: reading group for grown-ups where babies are welcome meeting in the Hunter’s Bar/Greystones area every 4-6 weeks for a relaxed and informal discussion about a book chosen by members of the group. (Rachel on 07941 454195 or at email@example.com).