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Foodhall leaving Brown Street (Food Delivery Project & Christmas continue!)

With a challenging financial situation Foodhall has taken the difficult decision to close as an event and public space on Brown Street, from November 2022. This does not affect the Food Delivery Project. The Foodhall group thanks all who have contributed to make Foodhall, over the years since 2015, and say this is “an ending, but not The End”. They…
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Catch up on Festival of Debate 2022

Did you miss out on an event you wanted to see at the Festival of Debate 2022? Many of the 2022 online events are now available for you to watch again. Catch up now at https://festivalofdebate.com/2022  
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Sheffield Hackspace

Sheffield Hackspace is based in the cooperative-run Portland Works on Randall Street S2 4SJ, quite close to Sheffield city centre. It is run voluntarily and cooperatively by a group of Sheffield hardware hackers and makers. Members are free to use the hackspace facilities to make or mend whatever they would like. DIY/do-it-ourselves in action! Make, Share and Learn new skills.…
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Farm volunteers wanted

Regather co-operative’s organic farm is on Lightwood Lane, just off the ring road between Gleadless and Norton. On Mondays and Fridays volunteers who can spare a little time are welcome to help, and very much appreciated. Volunteers can learn skills at all levels, seed sowing, planting, weeding and harvesting vegetables and many other odd jobs. If you’re interested find out…
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Housing co-op open to new members

Share Instead is looking for new members to join their 5-person housing co-op. It’s a supportive community which shares a large and cosy home in Sheffield, managed co-operatively. The co-op is a member of the Radical Routes network and aim to create a place to live securely, affordably and gently, working for social change. They need new members keen to…
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Co-operatives for Climate Action video now online

Co-operative College marked International Day of Co-operatives this year with a special webinar on climate action. Led by Ruth Hayward, an environmental educator, researcher and organiser, the webinar explored the reasons why co-operatives should engage in climate education and how taking climate action can have a positive impact on their local communities. If you weren’t able to join in this,…
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