March 2008 edition of Area Panel newsletter

Welcome to the newsletter!

Next area panel meeting

  • Wednesday 19 March

  • 6.30pm

  • Vestry Hall, 2 Burngreave Road


What have we done differently, or more intensively, after the fatal shooting of Jonathan Matondo?

Progress reports from

  • Paul Makin – Children and Young People’s Directorate, Sheffield City Council

  • Aide McWalter -South Yorkshire Police

  • Paul Billington -Activity Sheffield

  • Ronny Tucker -Youth Offending Service

  • David Gault -Sheffield Futures

Refreshments will be available at the beginning of the meeting.

Contact your Area Action team on (0114) 276 9134 for further details, or to let us know if you’ve any special requirements.

Burngreave Community Action Forum Quarterly meeting

will be at the Vestry Hall on Saturday 3rd May between 12.00 and 3pm.

The next Burngreave area panel meeting *date and venue have changed to* Burngreave Vestry Hall
6:00pm to 8:00pm Thursday 12 June 2008

and finally…

If you want to find out more about Area Action or anything in this newsletter please contact Andy Shallice on (0114) 276 9134 or email

You can also find more information on our website

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