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GinTreeS7

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  1. Town doesn't feel very safe to me at the moment - especially around West and Division Streets, I'm sure its fairly disorganised what with young people drinking , and I've also heard of various news stories of physical assaults and a rape the other night 😞
  2. I guess the date for Dempseys has now moved forward to July 19th? And did Queer Junction manage to open in May in the end? I must admit I've not been in town late evening for weeks now 😕
  3. DOes anyone know when Dempseys is re-opening again? June-ish?
  4. I was in the Stag in Psalter Lane a few evenings ago and I can confirm that they do have heaters in the covered areas - admittedly some are angled oddly, seeming like only half the seats get the heat, hence a couple descending hastily on my seat when I left - the Lord Marples was good 🙂
  5. Yes Chakra is a lovely place - had a take away coffee from there the other week... very friendly service and reasonable price - once people can sit in for a coffee again I would imagine it to be a very nice place to have coffee in, nice surroundings and music .. and even incense 🙂
  6. It is open for takeaway business as I verified today.
  7. I take it the one at Hunter Bar roundabout will still be there?
  8. It was quite reasonable to assume that it would be closed, as it has (or had?) indoor seating, but it is great to see that it is still trading as a takeaway shop during lockdown. It's also nice to see that old post office unit (having been vacant for what seems like years), finally put back in use.
  9. Too right it will - the city centre is crawling with these unfortunate people, more than ever recently - I try to do all my shopping in my suburb of Sheffield now and only go into the city centre if there really is no other alternative 😞
  10. Surely it is the parents responsibility primarily to feed their children, and not the government? Don't have more children than you can afford for the sake of obtaining a small few extra benefits 😞 And anyway the central Conservative government in London has already devolved significant amounts of money to the regional councils precisely to help with this situation for the very most needy 😕
  11. Its just my observation, but the area around Abbeydale Road, which is always very "lively" in the firework season, seems a bit subdued this year - probably the combined effects of Covid lockdowns, Covid on finances and disposable income to buy fireworks and an increased police presence in that area? Has anyone else noticed this?
  12. Meersbrook Park, though you will have to park near the park and then walk up a moderate incline in the pack, about 20 mins, to enjoy the very best and highest view across to the city centre, but its worth it (some park benches are available).
  13. Admirable of Delphine, Chesterfield Road , to help out with school meals recently.
  14. It looked like it was open when I walked past it last week - however that was before Tier 3 lockdown , so I am assuming it is shut now ?
  15. I agree it should be stopped - I fear this year there may be many more bonfire in peoples private gardens thta will keep the firemen busy and of course the usual firework vandalism in the Abbeydale Road area, although thankfully one of the local fireworks shops in the area now has a planning application up to become a Vegan/Veg venue - does anyone know if this has been granted, I hope it has so that less fireworks will be on ale in the area 🙂
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