- No mention of the 2005 BCAF AGM?
Dear Messenger, Can you explain to me why there was no mention of the BCAF AGM on the 21st October 2005 in this issue of the Messenger? If this publication is indeed a ‘Messenger’ for the people of Burngreave, then surely it should have mentioned the Burngreave Forum, which is composed of, and is for, the residents of Burngreave.
- In response to ‘Wardens at the Sharp End’
Dear Messenger, I am writing as an Outreach Needle Exchange Worker for Turning Point in response to ‘Wardens at the Sharp End’ in the November 2005 issue. I particularly want to respond to the quote, “We definitely need a drugs project to come in [to Burngreave] and offer needle exchange and health advice”.
- Reducing harm from substance misuse
Dear Messenger, Thank you for raising awareness of the problem of needle litter in Burngreave. I have spoken to the Burngreave Drugs Project (BDP) and the Wardens’ manager to suggest a ‘needles protocol’ is drawn up, so that the Wardens provide information about numbers of needles found by location, so that BDP can request the Sharp Action team to work effectively in the area.
- Rt Hon Charles Clark MP, copied to the Messenger.
Dear Home Secretary, As three local Labour Councillors for the Burngreave Ward on Sheffield City Council we are concerned about the plight of the many refugee and asylum seekers who have made their home in our community.
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