We’re Recruiting!

 

Sadly our Treasurer Glynis Jones has asked to step down from her role as Treasurer after 5 years, although she will remain on the Committee.  Thanks to Glynis for her fantastic support over the years. So we are looking for a new Treasurer! The role is to manage the Friends’ funds, producing the annual accounts and reporting into the Charity Commission.  If you are interested please get in touch directly with our Chair. It’s a great way to become involved with the project and not too onerous on your time.

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  1. Hi, I’m a qualified bricklayer who’s worked on restoration projects but mainly work on new builds at this moment in time. I’d love it ff I can be any help whatsoever in any historic projects in the Sheffield area with you guy’s. I can’t afford to help through the week but it would be my pleasure to help at the weekends for free. Hope to hear from guys but if not keep up the great work. Thanks

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