Issue 2 of our e-bulletin is here, an exclusively digital version of your community newspaper.
In this issue we have features on the musical and dancing event on Parkwood Springs, the opening of a new community repair shop, we’ve got a guide to some of the major events coming up in Burngreave, an update on the Tesco situation and we have a tribute to Rob Smith by his children, who sadly passed away last month.
We had hoped we could bring you a printed issue for the month of October, but unfortunately we didn’t secure the funding needed. After just over 20 years of serving the community, this could mean the Messenger project will have to close. However, we are determined to explore every avenue to prevent it from disappearing.
Don’t know how much to donate? Any amount no matter how small is welcome.
- £10 could pay for 6 copies a year of the Messenger to be delivered to a household
- £30 could pay a staff member for more than 2 hours
We are open to one off donations, or you can set up a regular payment.
You make a donation to our PayPal account, or you can pledge your support on our Patreon page.
We also recognise our accountability to the community – without you there is no Messenger – as we are a community newspaper, we are holding an emergency public meeting, where local members can pledge support, offer ideas to keep the Messenger open and have any questions answered by the Trustees.