Judged by James Woollen and Jess Janson Thank you to everyone who sent in a photo for the ‘Spring’ themed photo competition. Our judges chose Cameron Gregory’s photo of snowdrops as the overall winner. However, [Read more]
Story by Christine White Spital Hill stretches from The Wicker to Andover Street on one side and Hallcar Street on the other. The word Spital is derived from “Hospital” and it was thought that once [Read more]
Story by Mia Tennant|Photo by Amy Palmer A couple of years ago, Owen Barnett, a 74-year-old of Pitsmoor Health Walks (run as part of Step Out Sheffield) had a serious operation on his spine. However, [Read more]
Story by Patrick Meleady|Photos by Pitsmoor Adventure Playground The HM Lord-Lieutenant Andrew Coombe recently came to visit Pitsmoor Adventure Playground. He judged a cake decorating competition, delivered a speech about his role and highlighted the [Read more]
Story and photos by Debjani Chatterjee Heritage project launch 2017 is ‘India-UK Year of Culture’ and the 70th year of Indian independence, so it is very apt that Sheffield Hindu Samaj is engaged in a [Read more]
Story by Graham Jones On 10th and 12th April two roadshows were organised by Streets Ahead outlining the work to resurface pavements and roadways across the council’s designated Pitsmoor area (B24). The Neepsend area (B35) [Read more]
Story and photo by John Mellor A team of men from St Peter’s Ellesmere, known as the Men’s Action Team (SPEMAT), have made a start in tackling the ongoing litter problem in the Carwood area. Armed [Read more]
Story by Sam Stancill-Vines It has now been five years since Tesco Extra opened so we visited local businesses to see how they are managing with such big competition. Del, the manager of Corner Stop, [Read more]
Story and photos by Sharon Curtis and Abtisam Mohammed Ellesmere Children’s Centre and Fir Vale pre-school are excited to announce that we will be rolling out the new Government initiative for 30 hours of free [Read more]
Story by Alice Kirby | Photo by Fran Belbin Disabled people across the area have been losing vital support as a part of controversial welfare reforms. The government’s restructure of social security is having a significant impact on [Read more]
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