Thursday, 24 November 2016

Darnall Community Christmas Fair, Sponsored by Darnall Forum

Christmas Fair at Church of Christ, Dec 3 12 till 4pm. Children meet Father Christmas and receive a free present, stalls, raflle

S9 Food Bank Appeal

Burngreave Foodbank Logo
In 2013 Living Waters Christian Fellowship opened a food distribution centre as part of Burngreave Foodbank, serving people in Sheffield 9 (Darnall and Tinsley areas).  This year the food bank is in need of food, clothes, books and toys.

Please help local people in crisis by buying items from the list below and giving them to the S9 Foodbank Appeal. Thank you!  

DROP OFF POINT DARNALL FORUM, 245 Main road, Darnall.

·       Milk (UHT or powdered)
·       Sugar (500g)
·       Fruit Juice (carton)
·       Tinned halal Meat / Fish
·       Sponge Pudding (Tinned)
·       Cereals
·       Pasta sauces
·       Tomatoes (Tinned)
·       Rice Pudding (Tinned)
·       Tea Bags/inst coffee
·       Instant Mash Potato
·       Pasta
·       Tinned Fruit
·       Jam
·       Biscuits or snack bars

For more information please contact Zahira Naz

Email: zahira@darnall.org.uk

Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Tell Mama Workshop

Tell Mama Poster

You are invited to take part in the Hate Crime workshop at Darnall Wellbeing, Friday 25th 10am. Please share the poster with anyone who might be interested in attending.

Tell MAMA is the only national and independent monitor of Anti-Muslim Hate Crime. Tell MAMA data for 2015 suggests that we are witnessing ever increasing Anti-Muslim hatred in the country. Reports to Tell MAMA have identified that muslim women are the greatest victims of Hate Crime.  

The Workshop will give you the opportunity to get involved.
  • Role of Tell MAMA
  • What is islamophobia and Anti-Muslim Hate?
  • Different forms of Hate Crime
  • Barriers to reporting Hate Crime
  • What we can do to tackle the problem 
  • How we should report Anti-Muslim Hate
  • Benefits of reporting Anti-Muslim Hate
  • Discussion on how we move forward to support local communities

Thursday, 17 November 2016

Lantern Parade Praised by Police

Chief Inspector Lydia Lynskey says, "We saw another incredibly successful lantern parade in Darnall, where hundreds of people came together as a community to celebrate Bonfire Night. 

"Events such as this would not be possible without the support of residents, businesses and community groups."

Basic Sewing Course



Every Thursday’s 11-1pm @Darnall Forum

£2 per session

Sewing Machine


Bring your own material and learn how to cut patterns and sew your designs!

If you are interested in attending this course please contact:



Tel: 07500766309

New Knitting & Crochet Club



Every Monday 11.30-1.30pm @Darnall Forum

£2 per session

Balls of Knitting Wool


Adults of all ages and abilities welcome.  Friendly and welcoming group.

If you are interested in attending please contact:
Zahira Naz


Tel: 07500 766309