Darnall and Attercliffe Discoveries Fun Palace

There are lots of things happening in our area that you might not know about, or may not have seen for yourself. Join our Fun Palace and discover more going on in Darnall and Attercliffe,try canoeing on the canal, or go all in on the allotment, get your hands dirty, work up a sweat, or just relax and try something new!!

Date and Time

Friday 1st October 2021 10:00-16:00

Location

S9,
Sheffield,
South Yorkshire,
England,
United Kingdom
High Hazels view.jpg

Description

Updates

Two Sculptures. Heads in High Hazels Park
Art in the Park
Posted 26/09/2020 by Gareth Johnstone
Community is at the Heart of all we do
Posted 26/09/2020 by Gareth Johnstone
View of High Hazels Park
High Hazels Park, Darnall
Posted 26/09/2020 by Gareth Johnstone

Follow the map around one or both of our trails and discover more of Attercliffe and Darnall. Download the maps here,

https://funpalaces.co.uk/fun-palace/attercliffe-adventure-fun-palace/

https://funpalaces.co.uk/fun-palace/high-hazels-fun-palace/

Follow the route and send us your photos and drawings of things you see on the way. Email dwb.enquiries@darnallwellbeing.org.uk or post them on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram and tag us @darnallWB  (Prizes for the ones we enjoy most)

Posted 26/09/2020 by Gareth Johnstone

Zoom meeting this morning to confirm plans for our collection of mini Fun Palaces. Amazing to think that we haven’t met in person since March.

Posted 22/09/2020 by Gareth Johnstone

We are developing our plans for a lively and engaging Fun Palace in the Darnall and Attercliffe area of Sheffield despite the problems caused by Covid-19 and fewer opportunities to meet face to face. contact gareth@darnallwellbeing.org.uk if you want to know more, or come back to this page later

Posted 6/07/2020 by Gareth Johnstone

Fewer face to face meetings and more use of phone and video to stay in touch, but lots of time to plan. More ideas are generating in the space between our ears and a key task will be shaping our Fun Palace into something coherent, although I’m reminded of Henry James description of Moby Dick as ‘a loose, baggy monster’ and will be quite happy if our Fun Palace is anything like as good as that.

Posted 18/03/2020 by Gareth Johnstone