RivelinCo is an arts centre ‘without walls’ which means we don’t have a single space that we always use. We work in lots of different places across Hillsborough and S6, and sometimes at other places in Sheffield. Two of the spaces we use most often are the Pavilion and at the Bradbury Makers’ Shed in Hillsborough Park. The information here is mainly about the activities that take place at those spaces. 

Accessibility is really important to us. If you have any questions or would like to chat about your access requirements, please get in touch with us by emailing or calling 0114 327 1670. We are a small team so may not always be available to take a call, but if you leave a message we will always get back to you.


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The Pavilion and the Bradbury Makers’ Shed have level access at the entrances and are suitable for wheelchair users. 

The closest car park with free parking for blue badge holders is Parkside Road car park.  

Assistance animals are welcome in both buildings and we can give them water.  

At the Pavilion there is an accessible all gender toilet, and there are also gendered toilets. The accessible toilet has a baby change facility. 

At the Bradbury Makers’ Shed there is an accessible all gender toilet. 

We are working towards installing an induction loop in the Pavilion. There isn’t one at the moment. 

If you are feeling anxious about coming to an activity we can arrange for someone to meet you in advance. 

Hand sanitiser and masks are available at all our activities. We ask people not to attend if they are showing symptoms of Covid-19 in order to keep our community safe. Masks are not mandatory, but you are welcome to wear one if you would feel more comfortable. Workshop leaders and staff generally do not wear masks, but this may change depending on government guidance.

Water and hot drinks are normally provided for free at workshops and activities. Sometimes we sell refreshments at larger events, for example Makers' Markets, shows, or screenings.

Carers and personal assistants are able to attend for free. Please let us know that you will be bringing a carer/PA with you when you book, so that we can make sure there is enough space for everyone. 

When we show films, they always have captions. 

Some of our events are relaxed. 

Some of our events are dementia friendly. 

Some of our events are for families and children. 


Getting to Hillsborough Park

General information about access at Hillsborough Park is available here at AccessAble 

Hillsborough Park has several different entrances.  

The Pavilion building is located next to the bowling green and is a large green building.

The Bradbury Makers’ Shed is located next to the walled garden and just behind the Depot Bakery café.  

The what3words tag for the Pavilion is: 

The what3words tag for the Bradbury Makers’ Shed is: 

The closest tram stop to the Pavilion/Makers’ Shed is called Hillsborough Park. 

The closest bus stop to the Pavilion/Makers’ Shed is called Middlewood Road/Dixon Road. 

Detailed access information is available about the Pavilion building here at AccessAble. 

We will add the AccessAble link for the Bradbury Makers' Shed as soon as it is available.


Booking an activity  

Our projects take place in different places so booking isn’t always the same.  

Tickets are normally booked online, but if this isn’t possible for you, or you’re struggling with booking for any other reason, please give us a call on 0114 327 1670 and we can help you get booked on.

On this website all our events are listed in one place: If you click on the event and then click the button that says ‘book here’ you will be taken to the correct booking website. 

Some events are free or drop-in. It will tell you on the event if you need to book and if you need to pay. 

The most common website we use for bookings is Once you are on the website page you will see a list of events. To book, click on the event you would like to go to. Then choose the date you would to come on the right-hand side in the ‘other dates’ box and choose the ticket type you would like to buy. The price is shown next to the ticket type. When you are ready to pay click on the ‘book now’ button at the bottom of the page. This will take you to the checkout where you will enter your details to buy a ticket. 

If an event isn’t sold out you can also come along and buy a ticket on the door. 

You will be asked about your access requirements when you book a ticket. You can tell us about anything you think we should know so that we can make sure you don’t face any barriers to joining in.