- [+] Burngreave Messenger
Online version of the monthly news magazine delivered to all households in the Sheffield Burngreave ward. Burngreave Messenger Ltd. is a non-profit making, membership owned community organisation.
- [+] Archives
Back issues of the Burngreave Messenger community newspaper, along with additional news items exlusive to the website.
- [–] June 2012 news
All the website-exclusive news from the Burngreave Messenger in June 2012. The next printed issue comes out on 21st July, ready for the school hols. Get your news and stories in by the copy deadline – 4th July.
- [•] Job:Community Activity Leader
Activity Sheffield Community Activity Leader x 6. Temporary until 31/03/2013
Salary: £22,958 – £27,052 pro-rata
Hours: 4×30 hour posts, 1×25 hour post and 1 18.5 hour post
Closing date 11th July 2012
- [•] Car Boot Sale
Funding raising car boot sale at St. Catherine’s Catholic Primary School
- [•] Community Olympic Party
Fir Vale School hosts an Olympic party with food for sale a football tournament and much more.
- [•] Cancer awareness event
Cancer awareness information evening in Burngreave, for Ethnic Minority Cancer Awareness Week.
- [•] Abbeyfield Park Multicultural Festival
The annual Abbeyfield Park Multicultural Festival will return to the park on Sunday July 8th, from 1pm until 6.
- [•] Pitsmoor: A Peek into the Past
Victorian history of Pitsmoor
- [•] The Port of Sheffield - Art Project Consultation
The Port of Sheffield is a major arts project taking place on the Sheffield Canal. Using live performance, bold visual design and original sound, it will journey east along the canal from Victoria Quays to Tinsley Locks.
- [•] Firth Park Festival
Free annual summer festival in Firth Park
- [•] Community Event – Meet Longley Park
An opportunity to meet Longley Park Sixth Form College teachers, staff and students to discuss what College can offer young people.
- [•] Photography Walk on Parkwood Springs
Photography walk led by John Scholey, member of Sheffield Photographic Society, over the lower slopes of Parkwood Springs to Wardsend Cemetery
- [•] PDF Archive
Archive of all available PDFs of the Burngreave Messenger.