Following an item in the Parish magazine a group met in Stannington Council School.
Present were ....
-- Stuart Baines Deputy Head
-- Leslie Bird Shopkeeper -- ??? Cooke
-- Rowland Brown Sales Mgr. -- John Tyas Mgr. - Parish Councillor
-- John A Maitland Accountant. -- E Crownshaw Refractories.
-- Alan D Day Outdoor Sales Mgr. -- Joe Atkin AA Staff
-- H E Wright Retired
Ladies Present -- Mrs. E Oates -- Mrs. Baines
At the meeting a Committee was formed
Chairman John A Maitland
Secretary John Tyas
Treasurer Joe Atkins
Press Officer Mrs. E Oates
After wide and general discussion on related subjects a minor group
was selected to formulate policy and procedures. Regular meetings
to be held.
To be named Stannington Local History Group.
We celebrated our 50th Anniversay with a display from our Archives in Lomas Hall in August 2012.
Stannington still has the feel of being a village despite the fact that it is now joined both administratively and physically to the City of Sheffield.
Stannington Village starts towards the top of the hill at the old West Riding boundry at the junction of Stannington and Oldfield road by the Sportsman Public house.
Stannington has always been a strong community, as it still is today. In the past as a hill village, it was quite remote and could often be cut off by snow and bad weather in the winters.
In the early part of the twentieth century and, even earlier, the churches, chapels and public houses all provided the villagers with plenty of social and sporting activities.
Today many associations meet and activities take place in the village hall, Lomas Hall.
Formed in 1962.