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  1. Nightmare on John Street - come down to 99 Jump Street, John Street, Sheffield and see if you dare walk the corridors to find what might be lurking in the dark. This event is running for the next three Saturdays starting at 7.30 pm. Tickets are £10.00 per person. BE PREPARED TO BE SCARED. ---------- Post added 09-04-2018 at 16:46 ---------- If you like a scare and are at a loose end this Saturday night, come down to 99 Jump on John Street, Sheffield and walk the corridors. You never know what you might find lurking in the dark. Tickets £10.00 each and the event starts at 7.30pm. Last entry 9.30pm. Be prepared for 20 minutes of fear. Tickets can be booked via the 99 jump site or you can pay on the door. For more information contact 01142700651. Don't miss out, this is only running for two more saturday nights, 14th and 21st April 2018 ---------- Post added 09-04-2018 at 19:30 ---------- Changes to prices for the above event - £7.00 per person or £20.00 for a family ticket (2 adults and 2 children under 18. These are to be paid for on the door and not booked online.
  2. Ever wish you hadn't started something. A general post to say that the NHS had served me very well has turned into another one of those where people then start to have a dig at them. Yes the NHS make mistakes, some big ones at that and I have been on the receiving end of some rubbish treatment several times. I do feel for people that have not had a good level of care and you have every right to feel the way you do but i was simply expressing my views on my care and to say that there are a lot of hard-working, caring and under paid staff in the nhs who do deserve a big thank you when they do get it right.
  3. Maybe I have based my opinion on a recent experience and this does not reflect the situation for everyone. I have also had some bad experiences in the past and appreciate that your father and family didn't receive a good level of care. I was just wanting to highlight that this week the care I received was above and beyond what I would have expected and the staff deserve praise for that.
  4. I have also been seen in Chesterfield hospital recently and received excellent care there. My only concern though is with primary care. I know gp's are also under a lot of pressure but i think they need to take a step back and listen to patients a bit more. Many times I have been sent away and told nothing is wrong only then to find I was right and had to start treatment that I could have had weeks earlier. Anyway back to secondary care, I can't complain about it.
  5. Longy67 - it was actually the CT Dept at the RHH that I attended along with an appointment in out-patients. The CT dept was busy as I expect it always is but the staff made me feel like I was the only patient there and I genuinely felt cared about. Keep up the amazing work that you are all doing and thank you again.
  6. People are often quick to complain about the NHS and I am one of them. However, this last week I was in need of some urgent tests and I can't praise the staff at the Northern General and Hallamshire enough. The care I have received was excellent and I can't thank the people that cared for me enough. You have restored my faith in the service. Thank you.
  7. I read the link thanks. Also there's the little girl in the news today who was turned away by her gp for being late and then sadly died. Poor little thing, it's heart breaking. There's no care anymore. Gp receptionists need a big shake up, except the ones that actually do the job because they care. I had a similar problem with my little girl but after a struggle got her seen. I told them I thought she was having an asthma attack and they asked if it would 'wait until tomorrow' and they would fit her in. Could write a book about this surgery.
  8. I don't know where Gleadless Medical Centre came but in my opinion that should have been at the bottom. A couple of the reception staff there are vile, the ones that have been there that long that they have took up root. I know the challenges they face on a daily basis but a smile wouldn't go a miss. However some of them are nice. As for the doctors I could rant about them all day. I often wonder how I'm still breathing.
  9. You obviously had a good experience there. Yes the footfall is good and the event is well advertised but some of the regular stall holders are not very nice. I would not make inappropriate comments about goods on someone else's stall. I have traded in lots of places and this was the worst.
  10. Used to have a stall there but was put off by the regular traders who were always commenting on the cost of items on my stall and what kind of things I was selling. Not a nice place to trade, wouldn't ever trade or visit there again. Also the organizer gives in to the regular traders and they sort of rule him as they have regular stalls. It's all about keeping them happy.
  11. Just think people should have respect when they are in your home.
  12. No i'm not Asian and neither was the workman. The worker was a from a company that I won't name but he was carrying out work on behalf of Keepmoat who are doing work for sheffield homes. I can take a joke but I personally know someone who has been affected by the terrorists so it is something that I won't tolerate as it is a matter close to my heart.
  13. Also yes you may hear worse down at the pub but this was in my home. I wouldn't dream of saying anything inappropriate in the home of someone I didn't know.
  14. I did speak to him first then threw him out of the house. My front door was wide open when he shouted it and I was concerned that anyone walking past may have heard him.
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