The Messenger has recently been accepted for official registration by the Charity Commission, recognising that our work is for public benefit.We now invite you to our general meeting to amend our constitution with the necessary changes.
The meeting will be at 6.30pm on Wednesday 25th February 2009 at Abbeyfield House.We propose to change our object to:
“To develop the capacity and skills of the members of the socially and economically disadvantaged community of the BurngreaveWard in the City of Sheffield (the area of benefit) in such a way that they are better able to identify, and help meet, their needs and to participate more fully in society, in particular but not exclusively by the production and publication of a community newspaper.”
Everyone is welcome – please let us know if you would like to come so we can organise the refreshments.
Editorial meetings: 6.30pm at Abbeyfield Park House
Next meeting: Wed, 18th Feb. All welcome.
Copy deadline: 11th March.
Published: 28th March
Burngreave Messenger Ltd, Abbeyfield Park House, Abbeyfield Road, Sheffield S4 7AT.
Tel: (0114) 242 0564
The Burngreave Messenger is a community newspaper, funded by New Deal and the Tudor Trust, with editorial independence. All content is copyright Burngreave Messenger Ltd or its voluntary contributors, not to be reproduced without permission. We aim to increase and encourage communication in Burngreave. Each edition is put together by an editorial team who write articles not otherwise credited.
This month’s team
Ian Clifford, Michelle Cook, Kirstin Daly, Rohan Francis, Caroline Harris, Carrie Hedderwick Douglas Johnson, Jamie Marriott, John Mellor, Lisa Swift.
This month's website volunteers
Special thanks to the volunteers who helped put the February issue online: Kate Atkinson, Chris Blythe, Sam Galbraith, Joe Harris, Douglas Johnson, John Mellor, Derrick Okrah, Christine Steers and Ivor Wallace.