There’s a ‘wee’ pre-Christmas Do at Abbeyfield House on Friday 3rd December 6.30-8.30pm. With music, carolling and carousing, stalls of locally made things, a wreath making workshop and the return of the chutney competition. Lyn [Read more]
Story and main photo by Deborah Egan. Abbeyfield House was built in 1850 by local colliery owner William Pass and bizarrely, he decided to call the house Pitsmoor Abbey despite there being no religious activity [Read more]
Story by Lyn Brandon. The long year of Covid-19 has impacted on many community activities across Burngreave. Our parks and open green spaces have been a lifeline for so many. Abbeyfield Park provides an outdoor [Read more]
Come and meet the people doing stuff in Abbeyfield House and Park on Sunday 27th June 1pm-4:30pm. Try out bowling for newcomers with experts on the beautiful 100 year old Green. Enjoy a cuppa and [Read more]
Story by Stan Skinny | Photo by Martin Currie A group of volunteers have helped transform the community room in Abbeyfield House and provide a great new space for the community to use. The room [Read more]
Story by Graham Jones | Photo by Tim Neal This summer has seen a number of organised walks through Burngreave with the majority of walkers coming from other parts of the city and places beyond. [Read more]
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