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Crime & Policing

Burngreave ward meeting

Story by Graham Jones About 80 local residents attended the ward meeting at the Vestry Hall on 14th September. Cllr Mark Jones, Cllr Jackie Drayton and the Chair, Cllr Talib Hussain, were on the platform [Read more]
Two women in their 60s reunited at a train station.
Projects & People

We meet again

Story by Carol Fadoe In 1963 I was twelve years old living in Aden (now Yemen) where I met Surtag Hack who lived in Khormaksar. We became friends but in August 1964 my family left to return [Read more]
A woman with rosie cheeks and pigtails outdoors in a flat cap.
Arts & Culture

Novel approach to adversity

Story by Katie Hobson Local resident Julia Woollen has recently finished the first part of a trilogy inspired by the Burngreave community. Julia has faced many challenges in her life, including bipolar disorder and feelings [Read more]
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Arts & Culture

Drawing from nature

A new drawing group organised by local people has met twice on Saturday mornings in Abbeyfield Park. It was an enjoyable experience to meet new people whilst drawing our surroundings. We’d like to thank local artist [Read more]
A tree trunk with a ripped off branch hanging down it.

Tree vandalism on the rise

We are lucky that Sheffield boasts the best ratio of trees to people (4:1) of all European cities. Trees in cities bring health and psychological benefits to their residents. They help remove pollution and offer us [Read more]
3 Roma children blow giant bubbles on the grass.
Projects & People

What a Hullabaloo!

Story by Clare Burnell. Photos by Patrick Amber, Fran Belbin, Gaby Spinks and James Woollen. On Saturday 3rd September Abbeyfield Park held its very first Hullabaloo, a community day with a difference. The festival was organised [Read more]
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Health, Fitness & Well-being

Pitsmoor PPG

Story by Carrie Hedderwick Every GP practice must now have a Patient Participation Group (PPG) to voice how their primary care services are delivered. Groups work together to improve services and promote health and better [Read more]
A group of 20 young people stood in a group for the camera.
History & Heritage

What’s new at SADACCA?

Story by SADACCA Photo by Daniel Falekulo SADACCA is a community organisation which was founded in 1984. Heritage Open Day was an opportunity to show ourselves as part of the heritage of Sheffield, through our [Read more]