On Thursday 4 November, Israac hosted the University of Sheffield School of Architecture for their Live Project Public Presentations. Israac were just one of the clients of 19 projects in Sheffield and further afield, that were exhibited and presented at Vestry Hall in the culmination of 6 weeks work. As well as hearing about an incredible … More Israac host the Live Project Public Presentations
Several of Israac’s trustees, and University of Sheffield Live Project group, met the High Sheriff of South Yorkshire, Dr Julie MacDonald, on 1 November. One of the High Sheriff’s roles is to support and promote the voluntary sector with the county, and she was interested to learn about the plans for Israac’s future and the … More Israac meet the High Sheriff
iOn Friday 4 November, Israac will be hosting the Public Presentations for the University of Sheffield Live Projects. Live Projects are run by the School of Architecture and Friday’s event will see students presenting 19 projects from Sheffield and further afield that have taken place over the last 6 weeks.
The Sharrow Vestry Hall is hosting an afternoon of community activities on Tuesday 25 October 2-5pm – with old and young very welcome! It is a great opportunity to see the hall, have your say on the plans for its future and engage in some fun activities with the ISRAAC Somali Community Centre.
On Tuesday evening, Israac and the Live Project team hosted an evening to hear the thoughts of the Somali community on the future of Vestry Hall.
Architecture students from the University of Sheffield are working with Israac to help them develop their business and architectural plans as they take ownership of Vestry Hall. … More University of Sheffield Live Project
On Tuesday 18 October, 7-9pm, the University of Sheffield Live Project team will be running an event at Vestry Hall to hear from the local Somali community. … More Live Project evening
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