RUSKIN

2017

in  SHEFFIELD          

               

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MEERSBROOK HALL   Brook Road entrance to the park, S8 9FH

12 noon: WELCOME    

Outside Meersbrook Hall

Welcome by Clive Wilmer, Master of the Guild of St George.

The Guild owns and supports the Ruskin Collection at the Millennium Gallery.

12 noon, 2pm and 3pm: HERITAGE TALKS

Outside Meersbrook Hall.  Free, just turn up.

Heritage talks about the history of the building and future plans, given by Heeley Development Trust and Friends of Meersbrook Hall.

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 walking route

 from  

 Meersbrook Hall  

 to the Gleadless  

 Commons Fair  

 from 3rd

 September.

Sunday 10th September

Big Draw in Meersbrook

12 noon - 4pm

 

12 noon - 4pm: MEERSBROOK HALL OPEN

Free, just turn up.

Visitors can walk round the hall to see heritage displays, including information about the Ruskin Museum (1890 - 1953).

Artworks will be on display from local art groups and Sheffield Young Artists.

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MEERSBROOK PARK   any entrance, S8

12 noon - 4pm: CREATIVE ACTIVITIES

Free, just turn up.

Drawing, sculpting, and making activities for adults and children from in front of Meersbrook Hall, across the park, including the Walled Garden, old bandstand spot, the Turner viewpoint, and outside the 15th Century Bishop's House.

GLEADLESS COMMONS FAIR   12 noon - 6pm

Free entry, some activities will be charged for.

Mesters Events present a Commons Fair on the open green spaces between Carr Wood, Hang Bank Wood, Lees Hall Wood and Coneygree Wood.  A mellow mix of heritage crafts, music, drawing, great local music and locally crafted ales in this urban haven for wildlife.  

 

Enter via footpaths from Cat Lane, S8 9JQ, and Bankwood Close, S14 1LW.

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