February 2008 edition of Area Panel newsletter

Welcome to the newsletter!

Next Area Panel meeting

  • When? Wednesday 20 February

  • Time? 6pm – 8pm

  • Where? St James’s Church, Meeting Room, Scott Road

Agenda…

How the Council helps address climate change – and what local communities like Burngreave, and individuals can do. We know that this is a massive threat; and we know that it isn’t inevitable but that many things will have to be done differently. What? How? When? Andy Nolan, the Council’s environmental strategy manager will be introducing the discussion, with Robert Almond from the Council’s energy conservation/ affordable warmth team.

Your say

Area panels are one of the main ways for you to have your say on local services and priorities. They give you the chance to talk to local Councillors and to hear about the latest activity in your area.

Panel meetings are open and fair and we don’t tolerate unacceptable behaviour or comments. We want to provide a welcoming environment that allows everyone to take part fully in our meetings.

If you require support in getting to the meeting, accessing the venue or need interpretation, please contact your Area Coordinator

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.

November 2007 Area Panel Meeting

The Area Panel meeting in November attracted just fewer than one hundred people, young and old, to the Vestry Hall. The theme of the meeting was implications of the recent tragic death of Jonathan Matondo.

Future Meetings

Future Area Panel Meeting: Wednesday 19 March, Vestry Hall, 2 Burngreave Road, 6.30pm-8.30pm.

Message from the Panel Chair…

This newsletter is produced every two months to coincide with the Panel’s public meetings.

A great Night out At Burngreave Vestry Hall

Sheffield Theatres presents “Handful of Henna” by Rani Moorthy, at the Vestry Hall

Carwood Tenants and Residents Association

Carwood Tenants and Residents Association (TARA) had their annual general meeting on Wednesday 23rd January at St Peters Church Hall.

DIY Streets - Firshill and Passhouses Roads

The latest Firshill and Passhouses Roads DIY Street event took place on Saturday January 19th 2008 in Firshill School.

Stop Smoking!

The Sheffield Stop Smoking Service is in your area! Come along to a drop-in service at Burngreave Vestry Hall starting Thurs 07/02/08 and Thurs 14/02/08, 12pm-1pm.

Burngreave New Years Honours Awards 2008

A packed reception room at the Town Hall on 25th January 2008 saw the annual New Years Honours awards presented,

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