Story and photo by Amy Palmer Over her summer holiday five-year-old Jasmine Barratt from Byron Wood Primary School decided to do something very generous and had seven inches of her hair cut off to donate [Read more]
Story and photo by James Woollen The Creative Pathways project helps to address issues of social exclusion and health and is based at Spartan House on Carlisle Street. The project is organised by Mrs Nor [Read more]
Former Burngreave resident Linda Gooden has taken over as headteacher at King Edward VII School. Linda grew up on Catherine Street and attended Pye Bank School, Herries School, Sheffield City Polytechnic and the University of [Read more]
Story by Ordinary Cadet Riya Blackham | Photo by Anwar Suliman On 12th September, a Royal Naval Parade and the opening ceremony of the new Sheffield Sea Cadets took place in our new unit on [Read more]
Story by Kathryn Mudge, South Yorkshire Sport South Yorkshire Sport have recently got funding from Comic Relief and Sport England to deliver a range of sport and physical activities to help to improve lives of [Read more]
Story and photo by Mick Ashman Local football club Earl Marshall Juniors U15s have won all their opening games, becoming joint top of Division B of the Sheffield and District Junior Sunday League. Manager Garfield [Read more]
Story by Yanina Koszalinski Scrap Dragon, the brainchild of Alex, Gillian and Yanina, is a newly opened scrap store in Burngreave. Scrap stores collect waste materials, donated by local businesses, and recycle them for use [Read more]
Story by Richard Belbin Burngreave residents may well have a new MP after the next election, following a reorganisation of all of Britain’s parliamentary constituencies. Having been moved from Central constituency in 2010, it is [Read more]
Story by Burngreave Library team | Photos by Marcia Layne It has now been a year since volunteers took over the running of Burngreave Library and with the support of Volunteer Co-ordinator Marcia Layne the [Read more]
Fir Vale resident Paul Smith beat off tough competition in July to become England’s Strongest Man 2016. A former student of Firs Hill and Parkwood schools, at 21 Paul is the youngest ever winner of [Read more]
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