Welcome To St Vincents Furniture Store, Sheffield
Here to help the vulnerable and those coming out of homelessness in Sheffield
“Do unto others as you would have them do unto you”
Tickets are selling like hot cakes – very few left. We have had to close our entry list for the talent, sorry to those of you that didn’t make it. We do have 15 brilliant acts all raring to go.
Celebrity Judges all signed up too. It’s going to be a great night.
Are you a budding musician, singer, comedian, magician or do you have another talent that you believe could win you the talent competition of the year?
On Friday 6th December 2013 we will be holding a spectacular talent contest at Mother of God Parish Centre on Abbeydale Road. We are sure that there is loads of talent out there and would love people to enter. You can enter as a solo act or as a group act.
There will be a panel of judges on the night, names of the judges will be released nearer the time, and they will make the impartial decision between them on who will be the winner. There will be a monetary prize for the winner/s. The contest will be hosted by our own ‘Little Ant and Dec’.
There is a small price to enter we are asking for £2.00 per person (not per act). We will have to take applications on a first come basis. If you are interested in entering please phone the furniture store on 0114 2703990 and ask for Lorraine or alternatively email Lorraine@svpfurniturestoresheffield.org.uk
If you would like to come along and be part of the audience we will advertise ticket sales very soon.
All profits from the evening are going to be split between ourselves and The Sheffield branch of HCPT (they take disabled children on Pilgrimage and need to raise £7000 to take children to Lourdes at Easter). You can visit their website at www.hcpt.org.uk to find out more about the work they do.
Well it took over 6 months to eventually happen but when it did, what an event.
Back in November 2012, the head teacher from All Saints Catholic High School, Bob Sawyer approached me with a brilliant idea. He had been in discussion with the Leadership team at All Saints and this is where The Human Food Chain was born.
Pupils and staff from the school would collect items of non perishable food which would then be given to us here at the Furniture Store. We already collect donated furniture and then deliver it to vulnerable people and those coming out of homelessness. With the donations from the school we would also be able to take a food parcel out to these people.