The Messenger on Facebook and Twitter
You can now follow the Messenger on Facebook and Twitter. With direct news feeds from our website, you can keep right up to date with what’s going on. We’ll also be letting you know about deadlines, stories you can contribute to and how you can get more involved in the Messenger.
Facebook: search for “Burngreave Messenger”
Local History Class
The Messenger runs a local history class once a month at St Catherine’s School, on a Friday at 10am.
We look at old maps, newspapers, directories and often use the internet and the library to help our research. The group is friendly and enthusiastic, and would welcome new members.
If you'd like to join the class and learn how to research your own local history project, please get in touch 242 0564.
Next copy deadline: 16th March 2011
Published: 2nd April 2011
Burngreave Messenger Ltd, Abbeyfield Park House, Abbeyfield Road, Sheffield S4 7AT.
Tel: (0114) 242 0564
The Burngreave Messenger is a community newspaper with editorial independence, funded by the Tudor Trust, and our advertisers. Registered Charity: 1130836
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
Rohan Francis, Saleema Imam, Douglas Johnson, Jamie Marriott, John Mellor,Tim Neal, Lisa Swift,Vivien Urwodhi.
Special thanks to all the volunteers who helped put this issue online: Kate Atkinson, Chris Blythe, Abdelmalik Djaroud, Lydia Flanagan, Saleema Imam, Douglas Johnson, John Mellor, Derrick Okrah, Christine Steers and Ivor Wallace.