Cleaning up in Wensley.
Environment

Cleaning up in Wensley

Story by Mustafa Ahmed Saturday 22nd September saw Wensley Community Centre alive with activity, as people from all over the area joined forces for a clean-up day organised by Wensley TARA and Eden, a Christian [Read more]
No Picture
Arts & Culture

Messenger Editorial

With this being our ‘food’ themed issue, we are beginning a series reviewing some of our favourite local establishments for socialising in (and enjoying some fine food and drink). In coming issues we will review [Read more]
Boundary changes.
Local Politics

Boundary changes

Story by Richard Belbin Following consultations, the final proposals to redraw the boundaries of all 650 parliamentary constituencies have now been published. They remain in line with those original plans. This would entail Burngreave being [Read more]
Mr Ghulam Mohammed with Lord Mayor Magid Magid.
Interviews

Unsung no more

Story by Fran Belbin | Photo by Talib Hussain An unsung war veteran from Burngreave has been recognised by the Lord Lieutenant for South Yorkshire, the Lord Mayor and city councillors. Mr Ghulam Mohammed was [Read more]
Page Hall wardens
Advice & Support

On patrol in Page Hall

Story by Tamikka Reid | Photo by Kim The Page Hall street wardens, more formally known as environmental enforcement officers, have been patrolling the area – as well as Grimesthorpe, Darnall and Tinsley – with [Read more]
Children at the Fun Palace.
Children & Young People

Fun Palaces 2018

Story and photo by Abdul Hunnan Fun Palaces are a campaign promoting community at the heart of the culture, with an annual weekend of action created by, for and with local people. This year it [Read more]
Dementia? Welcome! Cafe
Advice & Support

Pitsmoor Community Dementia Day

The Burngreave/Pitsmoor Community Dementia Day is a project among colleagues from the Alzheimer’s Society, SOAR, Enrichment for the Elderly, and the Dementia? Welcome! Café. Sufferers of dementia may think there is not help available. We [Read more]