Story by Kevin Stapleton Sheffield teacher Hopeton Bailey has launched a society to give young people the confidence and contacts they need to succeed in their chosen career. The Aspirers Society will allow members to [Read more]
Story and photo by Fran Belbin I first met Danae Wellington two years ago at a film screening in Burngreave Library that she was persuaded to review for the Messenger (see Messenger 125) so it [Read more]
Year Seven students at Astrea Academy were delighted at seeing an exhibition of their work take place in Sheffield Institute of Arts (the old Head Post Office building), which is part of Sheffield Hallam University, [Read more]
Story by Carrie Hedderwick I’m a patient at Pitsmoor Surgery and I’m talking to Dr Hobbs about the cervical cancer screening programme. The number of women coming to the surgery for the check up is [Read more]
Story by Graham Jones In December the council announced proposals for creating a Clean Air Zone within the Sheffield’s Inner Ring Road. The most polluting vehicles would face a daily charge to travel into the [Read more]
Story by Wajid Akhter Survey conducted by Safwan, Hatib, Mufassar, Danny and Saif | Data analysis by Fran Belbin As part of the partnership between the Messenger and Ellesmere Youth Project, the project designed two [Read more]
Story and photos by Graham Jones On 14th December members of the Burngreave Local History group made a visit to the Northern General Hospital to see the amazing collection which has been put together by [Read more]
Story and photo by Ruby Munson-Hirst Burngreave based mental health charity, SAGE, run a women’s community singing group ‘Singing Through the Seasons’ every Monday (term time) between 12.30- 2.30pm, at The Welcome Centre, Nottingham St. [Read more]
Story by Pam Grant One of the key concerns raised at the Universal Credit Working Group meetings has been the lack of digital access many in our community face. This creates a massive problem, not [Read more]
Story by Richard Belbin New services and support are coming online to help those facing hardship due to the implementation of Universal Credit (UC). As reported in Improving digital access, ‘mapping’ exercises are being carried [Read more]
Story by Surtag Hack | Food photos by Kim | Shop photo by Graham Jones Situated in the middle of busy and vibrant Spital Hill, An-Naseem is a restaurant serving traditional Yemeni food. We arrived [Read more]
Story by Patrick Meleady The award winning Pitsmoor Adventure Playground extended their already super cultural calendar this January as families came together and enjoyed an amazing night of all things Scottish on Burns Night. Activities [Read more]
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