Got a question?
Yes, absolutely, and you’ll receive a warm welcome. The shop is open throughout the week and there’s experiences to try and great gifts to buy. Please check our opening times before visiting to avoid disappointment.
Parking for broomsticks and winged creatures can be found on the roof.
There are reasonable parking rates around the town centre, and park for free offers at weekends and seasonal periods. Mortals can find parking here.
Rotherham is a 10 minute bus/train ride from Sheffield centre.
That’s simple, THEY’RE COMPLETELY FREE!
We want to make sure there are no barriers to children in being able to join us. If you are a family member who can, and would like to support us to be able to do this we would welcome donations or you could join membership of the B.F.G (Benefactors and Fairy Godparents) if you’d like to help.
You can become a volunteer, come into our FOG (Friends of Grimm), become a sponsor/fundraiser for us and help raise funds in our name or you could join one of our membership schemes.
Or you can simply buy your gifts from our shop (online or in Rotherham) and tell others to do the same.
However you chose to help us, we promise you’ll get just as much out of it as you give, we can guarantee this.
Yes we do – sign up to hear more about our activities in advance and be the first to sign up OR like us on Facebook and follow us regularly to see what we have coming up.
We send details of our free writing workshops to people who have signed up to our mailing list. If you have received an e-mail with details of a workshop programme that your child is interested in, simply click on the link to book your place. Please note that these workshops are very popular and get booked up quickly.
We use Eventbrite to manage our bookings, so you can also follow our eventbrite page to keep up-to-date with our programmes. Click here for details.
We are indeed on social media. Click on the links here to follow us.
Please find information below about accessibility at Grimm & Co.
Although we are always looking to improve our access provision, our building is very old and has some limitations. The information below includes a detailed description of our space and the facilities we can currently offer.
We are committed to including all young people in all our workshops wherever possible. Please do get in touch if you think a young person hoping to attend a workshop would need anything specific from us that isn’t covered below.
Our priority is always the safety and wellbeing of young people and unfortunately there may be times when our facilities and capacity can’t adequately meet their needs. We are always looking to review and improve upon this.
If you would like any further information or have any questions, our access officer Sarah Christie would love to hear from you. You can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling Grimm & Co on 01709 829750.
We will always try as hard as possible to address any barriers you might face if you are thinking of visiting us.
This access guide covers: