Wolf Country - by Tunde Farrand
Arts & Culture

Wolf Country review

Book review by Kevin Stapleton Tunde Farrand’s Wolf Country is a thrilling dystopian novel set in an all too near and all too familiar future. With shades of the Hunger Games and Logan’s Run (teenagers [Read more]
Sam Wardle photo courtesy of Northern General Hospital history group
History & Heritage

A tragic homecoming

Samuel Wardle was born on 19th October 1897 the son of James Wardle and Mary Marshall who already had six children. James died in 1905 and was buried in Burngreave Cemetery. Mary married Edward Hannah in 1906. [Read more]
Betty Smalley - 2010 opening of the Ripples project, Firth Park with Lord Mayor, Sylvia Dunkley and other Friends of Firth Park.
Projects & People

A truly inspirational woman

Story by Jackie Drayton I first met Betty when I moved to Burngreave and joined Grimesthorpe Anti Nuclear Group (established to counter the nuclear threat!) And in 1982 we visited Greenham Common together to support [Read more]
Talib, Mark and Jackie
Advice & Support

Local Councillors and surgery dates

Jackie Drayton 0114 243 5388(Home) jackie.drayton@sheffield.gov.uk 0114 273 5380 (Town Hall) Surgery dates Burngreave Library,Sorby House, 42 Spital Hill. • Saturday 13th April 11am – 12.15pm Mark Jones 07500 764 202(Mobile) mark.jonescllr@sheffield.gov.uk 0114 273 5380 [Read more]
Pamela Horváthová
Children & Young People

Missing Pamela Horváthová found

Sheffield become the centre of positive community policing as Roma people of Page Hall and spiritual leaders from Slovakia joined forces with Fir Vale School to support South Yorkshire Police in the critical investigation of [Read more]
SAGE Choir Singing
Arts & Culture

SAGE sing up a storm

Story by Ruby Munson-Hirst | Photos by Helena Dolby On 8th February 2019, the SAGE singing group were joined by three Sheffield community choirs from across the city. Each choir, Singing Through the Seasons, Purple [Read more]