Broomhill Festival June 2012

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The Broomhill Festival is a local community celebration held every June, which brings Broomhill together, raising money for local charities. St Mark’s plays a key part in the festival in a variety of ways, often hosting several different events including concerts and an art exhibition.

For more details see the Broomhill Festival website: or click on the events below

Events At A Glance

9 Jun   Alan Ayckbourn’s “Woman in Mind”

13 Jun   Library Evening for St Marks Centre for Radical Christianity

14 Jun   “Journeys” An entertainment in Words and Music

15 Jun   The Exhibition of Jane Horton and Mark Wilson

15 Jun   Open Garden

15 Jun   Open Garden

15 Jun   iPad Competition

15 Jun   The David Stoker Photography Competition

16 Jun   King Edward VII School Re-Opening with Emily Maitlis

16 Jun   Fancy Dress Procession

16 Jun   Annual Garden Party with Emily Maitlis

16 Jun   Sheffield Chorale – Midsummer Serenade

17 Jun   Festival Jazz Praise Service

17 Jun   Open Wildlife Garden at Beech Hill Nursery

17 Jun   Sketch Crawl

17 Jun   Local History Walk

18 Jun   Robin Ireland Concert

18 Jun   Schools’ Concert

18 Jun   Beer & Food Night

19 Jun   Organ and Cello Concert

19 Jun   Flower Arranging

19 Jun   Live Band Night

19 Jun   Schools’ Concert

19 Jun   An Evening with Marina Lewycka

19 Jun   History Walk

19 Jun   The Food Of Love – Soprano Recital

20 Jun   Open Garden

20 Jun   Escafeld Brass Band

20 Jun   Monitoring the Aliens: Invasive Bugs in Sheffield

20 Jun   Pub Quiz

21 Jun   Recorders in the Park

21 Jun   Music for a Summer Evening

21 Jun   A Sporting Chance – Sheffield Young Singers Concert

21 Jun   Refresh Poetry Evening

21 Jun   Live Band Night

22 Jun   Gala Dinner

22 Jun   Jazz Cafe

23 Jun   Shepherd Wheel Visit

23 Jun   Northern Lights: Poems about Sheffield & Family

23 Jun   Open Garden

23 Jun   Does politics really matter? – Paul Blomfield MP

23 Jun   Bach Society – Carl Orff: Carmina Burana

24 Jun   Festival Service of Worship

24 Jun   Open Garden

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