Hallam Community & Youth Association

HCYA is a registered charity founded in 1964 to preserve space for recreation and to provide cultural and social activities for the residents of Fulwood and Lodge Moor. Annual membership entitles you to take part in any of the activities in our purpose built community hall and at offsite venues. If you want to join HCYA visit our membership page.

Getting help during the crisis

Sheffield City Council is operating a Community Helpline during the Covid-19 outbreak. If you are vulnerable, shielding or self-isolating and have no friends or family you can call on, you are invited to contact the Helpline either at sheffield.gov.uk/coronavirus or on 0114 273 4567 (lines open 8.45am to 4.45pm). You can also call to organise help for someone else in this situation.

Various online social media groups may also be able to suggest where to get help. For example, you could try these two Facebook pages:

Sheffield Mutual Aid

Sheffield Online

Just open your own Facebook page and enter one of these names in the search box right at the top of your page.

If you can’t find the help you are looking for, and you live in the Fulwood/Lodge Moor area of Sheffield, you are welcome to contact HCYA and we will see what we can do. Please email us at challen.saunders@btinternet.com.

Sam Saunders (Chair HCYA)

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Hiring The Hall

Hall decorated for a wedding

We have a fully licensed bar – spacious hall and other rooms all available for hire to suit different uses including weddings and children’s parties.

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HCYA is a registered charity founded to preserve space for recreation and to provide social and cultural activities for local residents.

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Members of the HCYA

HCYA is a private club and to take part in most of our activities you need to be a member of the Association. Please see activities for more information.


News from HCYA

Heights Notice - A Safe Return

To provide clarification and reassurance to those concerned, please find outlined below the reasons we are able to return.

Throughout the week, we provide wraparound childcare for infant and junior pupils, who have working parents or parents in need of respite. This is permitted under point 87 of the Government's COVID-19 RESPONSE − SPRING 2021 document and under Out-Of-Schools Settings (OOSS) guidance .

We also provide education and training in examined qualifications. We have received communication from our exam board, the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (ISTD) that the teaching of Grade level pupils is permitted indoors from 8th March as part of the effort to obtain a regulated, Ofqual accredited qualification, approved under the latest OOSS guidance (updated 11.03.21).

The Heights has been in touch with the City Council who have confirmed that this level of teaching is permitted!

Online teaching is still in use for genres/pupils that do not meet the criteria outlined above.

We are reading government guidance carefully and taking advice from industry specialists and a specialist in infectious diseases. Our priority is, and will always be, the wellbeing of our pupils.

Annual General Meeting

Hallam Community and Youth Association

You are cordially invited to the Hallam Community and Youth Association's Annual General Meeting via Zoom presenttion

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When: Thursday 4th November @ 8pm
Where: virtual via Zoom HCYA
Who: Everyone Welcome

The Hallam Citizen
The Hallam Citizen 2019/20
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Litter Pick in Hallam

Litter Pick in Hallam

Everyone is welcome to help - come for half an hour or come for two! There will be hot drinks, juice and cake for all. All equipment will be provided - simply bring yourself and maybe a friend or two....What a great way to start a Saturday morning

When: Saturday 22 June 2019 @ 9am
Where: Hallam Community Centre
Who: Everyone Welcome

Please vote for the Westminster Tea Party!

We have now been shortlisted for a £500 grant from the Skipton Building Society under their Grassroots Funding Scheme.

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What's on at St Luke's Church in Lodge Moor?

St Luke's Church in Lodge Moor
Tomlinson presenting a cheque to Hall Manager Alan Bone

Tomlinson presenting a cheque to Hall Manager Alan Bone as compensation for the disruption during the car park alterations.

Hallam Community Fete 2019

Thanks for the memories

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Email us at friends@hcya.org.uk.

New Volunteers

Following an appeal in last year's Citizen, we are pleased to be able to say that we have a number of new and younger people helping to run HCYA. Thank you to Helen, Sophie, Tracy and Nicola for volunteering and taking over important roles within our organisation.

And don't think that lets the rest of you off the hook! We still need new people, HCYA members or not, willing to help out at the monthly meetings (1st Thursday in the month at 8:00pm to 9:30pm) and organising next years summer fete. We also need one or two people to help our Hall Manager look after Hallam itself. If you are interested, please call me.

Sam Saunders (Chair HCYA)
0114 230 7663