How you can help Save Mount Pleasant

Thank you so much for all of your ongoing support to Save Mount Pleasant and build the Heart of Sharrow.

Despite the officer's recommendation to Cabinet to dispose of Mt. Pleasant to a care home provider we continuing to fight for the site...and there's 3 ways you can help.

We believe our scheme was not properly considered or evaluated and Olivia Blake - Cabinet Member for Finance, was not furnished with adequate / the correct information to enable her to make the best decision for Sharrow and the City.

It is important to note that the AtoZ project is fully funded by a philanthropic fund and that we made a competitive offer of £500,000 for the site...PLUS all the benefits our scheme offers, which you can read a brief summary of here.

We’d really appreciate your help in these ways:

  1. Sign our Change.org petition HERE

  2. SHARE and ASK OTHER TO SIGN ONLINE - we have registered the petition with SCC and once we get more than 5000 to sign it will be discussed at a Full Council Meeting and the more signatures we get the more press and attention we can rally.

  3. EMAIL Julie Dore and John Mothersole, and Councillors (copying in us), letting her know why the Mount Pleasant site and the Heart of Sharrow scheme is so important to you, the surrounding communities and/or Sheffield. We really want these emails to be positive wherever possible and to convey the significance of the site to residents and unique opportunity for the area.

PLEASE EMAIL   John.Mothersole@sheffield.gov.uk and Julie.Dore@sheffield.gov.uk

CC’ing in   community@savemountpleasant.co.uk   Olivia.Blake@sheffield.gov.uk   Mazher.Iqbal@sheffield.gov.uk   Ben.Curran@sheffield.gov.uk   alison.teal@sheffield.gov.uk   jim.steinke@sheffield.gov.uk   mohammad.maroof@sheffield.gov.uk

Letting her know: Why the Mount Pleasant site and Heart of Sharrow scheme and so important to you and the surrounding communities. We really want these emails to be positive wherever possible and to convey the significance of the site to residents and the area.

Jonny Douglas