Photos by Anise Ahmed Congratulations to Aden Steelers who held their nerve to win their cup final today, with a 4-3 victory on penalties over Sheffield United Girls RTC. Hero of the day was Ameen [Read more]
Story by Fran Belbin Comm2Unity Saturday 16th June, 12pm – 4pm Community members, businesses and services are coming together to organise a magnificent day celebrating Eid and showing off the range of businesses in the [Read more]
The Messenger would like to welcome the latest addition to our staff team, Kim, who has joined us as our Volunteer Support Worker. Kim is a longstanding Burngreave resident and Messenger supporter, and she will [Read more]
On Thursday 3 May you will be able to use your vote to elect both our local councillor and Sheffield City Region’s first-elected mayor. To find out where your local polling station is, and more [Read more]
As we go to print, national news is full of how up to 50,000 of the children of first generation Commonwealth migrants are at risk of deportation and refusal of services because government failures mean [Read more]
Story by John Mellor | Photo by Rita Walcock After a prolonged period of unavailability, the situation with the Vestry Hall has now changed for the better. Extensive repairs have been made to the floor [Read more]
Story by Graham Jones In February the Northern General Hospital website issued the good news that laser treatments are giving asthma patients a new lease of life. The dedicated staff in all departments of our [Read more]
Story by John Grayson and Violet Dickinson | Photos by John Grayson Women and young children are being placed routinely in shared hostels with vulnerable homeless single men. Women, forced to share bathrooms and kitchens [Read more]
Spring finally appears to have broken out across Burngreave, and here are some pictures by Martin Currie, Richard Belbin and Zaqer Mused to prove it. Flowers bloom, children indulge in water fights at the Adventure [Read more]
Story by Kath Swinney and Deborah Blencowe | Photo by Deborah Blencowe International Women’s Day is a worldwide celebration of women’s achievements that has been held for over a hundred years. Aspiring Communities Together (ACT) [Read more]
Story and photo by Richard Belbin Sheffield Sea Cadets proudly held their first Royal Naval Parade on March 26th. Held at their new ‘training ship’ at the top of Rutland Road, the three groups of [Read more]
Story and photo by Liz Smith Katrina Love and Victoria Smith recently took part in the first ever Concert Band Varsity Battle of the Bands, a competition between the Students’ Union of both Sheffield universities. [Read more]
Story by Dave Brennan | Photo by Richard Belbin Pedal Ready have been delivering cycle training in Burngreave for well over a decade. This includes a women only cycling session for nearly ten years. Many [Read more]
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