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Palestinian Olive Oil on sale

Autumn 2018

Olive oil from Zaytoun makes a great Christmas present, and supports Palestinian producers fighting Israeli settler aggression. It is available from Sheffield Palestine Solidarity Campaign, call Sheff 2582734 or email oliveoil@sheffieldpsc.org.uk. (Please...

Sheffield anti-fracking protestor jailed

October 2018

Sheffield anti-fracking protestor and soil scientist Simon ‘Roscoe’ Blevins has been jailed for 16 months, and two co-defendants were also imprisoned, all for peaceful protest action, climbing onto lorries taking drilling equipment into the fracking si...

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Events Listings

5th April 2018

Film: "The Bentley Effect"

Thu 5 Apr 2018, 7.30pm, The Trades, Greasbrough Rd, Rotherham S60 1RB

This film brings an important message about how a community became a social movement in the fight against the fossil-fuel gas industry. Show your support for our local communities in the fight against fracking, and learn more about what is happening locally. A short presentation will be given at 8pm followed by the film screening and time for questions at the end.

Rotherham Against Fracking and Frack-Free South Yorkshire urge you to please share this date with anyone you think may be interested or able to support. Admission Free, suggested £3 donation.

Frack-Free South Yorkshire
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Work Not Charity – An exhibition inspired by Painted Fabric Ltd

Sat 31 Mar to Tue 17 Apr 2018, 11am-3pm, The Art House, 8 Backfields S1 4HJ

Created by the artists as part of a Workers’ Educational Association (WEA) project, this is an exhibition for the end of the first year of a project celebrating Sheffield’s Painted Fabrics Ltd. This company was set up in the aftermath of the First World War to provide retraining and employment for service personnel. It was a home and workplace for disabled veterans 1915-1959.

Exhibition and café opening times: Monday–Saturday, 11am–3pm (closed on Easter Monday). A preview will be held on Thursday 29th March 4-6 pm. Everyone is welcome to attend. Refreshments will be provided.

Art House
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