The Big Draw in Meersbrook
Meersbrook Park and Meersbrook Hall
Sun 10 Sep 12am to 4pm
Take part in creative activities across the park and visit Meersbrook Hall. Discover the history of Meersbrook Hall and Park, and how plans are developing to transform the Hall into a thriving community resource.  Take part in creative activities across the park.  Look out for our gazebos.  All activities and talks are free, just turn up.

Any park entrance, S8

Creative activities for adults and children in front of Meersbrook Hall, in the Walled Garden, at the old bandstand spot in the park, at the Turner viewpoint at the top of the park, and outside the 15th century Bishop’s House.

Brook Road park entrance, S8 9FH

12 noon: Welcome by Clive Wilmer, Master of the Guild of St George, outside the Hall.

12 noon, 2pm & 3pm: Heritage talks outside the Hall.

12-4pm: Hall open to visitors, with heritage and local art displays, including the Ruskin Museum 1890 - 1953, and Sheffield Young Artists.

Refreshments available.

Download a walking route from Meersbrook Hall to the Gleadless Commons Fair, from 3rd September, at

12 noon - 6pm

Mesters Events presents a Commons Fair on the open green spaces between Carr Wood, Hang Bank Wood, Lees Hall Wood and Coneygree Wood.

A mellow mix of heritage crafts, drawing, great local music and locally crafted ales in this urban haven for wildlife. Entry is free, some activities are charged for. Enter via footpaths from Cat Lane, S8 9JQ and Bankwood Close, S14 1LW.

Buses to Meersbrook Park: 43, 43a, 44, 44a (Chesterfield Rd) and 18, 20 (Norton Lees Road)Buses to Gleadless: 1, 1a, 56 (Gleadless Rd/Blackstock Rd)

This is a free event

Suitable for ages: All

Organised by Ruskin In Sheffield

Meersbrook Park and Meersbrook Hall
Brook Road Park
S8 9FH
0114 250 0500

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