Sundays 2 - 4pm:  March 11th,  8th Arpil, 13th May, 10th June, 8th August, 9th September, 14th October, 11th November  and  9th December.  

Visitors and relatives of those buried at Zion are welcome to come and have a look around and talk to volunteers about the history of the graveyard.  Help us piece together the story of Zion Church community.  There will be art activities for children and those children bringing a CU Passport will receive CU learning Credits if they brig their Passport to Learning as part of Sheffield Children's University programme 

DROP-IN WORK AFTERNOONS -The Second Wednesday of the month throughout 2018:

Wednesdays 1 - 5pm: 14th March, 11th April, 9th May, 13th June, 11th July, 8th August, 12th September, 10th October, 7th November, 12th December.

Volunteers will be working to a maintenance plan developed with Wildscapes 9th (Sheffield Wildlife Trust) to protect and nurture the wildlife whilst enabling safe access to the memorial stones.  Our first task is to paint the new railings between the graveyard and the new car sales lot on the site of the old church. So wear your old coat and come and help.

Drop in to say hello.  Meet volunteers working to create a peaceful wildlife haven in the midst of industrial Attercliffe. This beautiful sanctuary will whisk you back into a forgotten era while the stories of those buried there will bring alive this once vibrant community.

Visit the grave of Anti-Slavery Campaigner Mary Anne Rawson and the Read family of Wincobank Hall who were involved in many social campaigns to improve the life of the poor and oppressed through the world.

 Find out about some of the other members of the Zion Chapel congregation buried during the 19th century. 

Come and help pick up the litter or clear the ground, cut back some overgrown brambles and ground cover.

Or just sit awhile and think.

Friends of Zion Graveyard are currently running a fund-raising campaign to purchase and protect this precious heritage site and link it in to the emerging Don Valley History Trail. 

For further information please phone 07980 143776

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