Story by Kate Proctor. Photos by Jonathan Hyams/Save the Children. The largest ever family fun-day to support parents with their toddlers and babies in North Sheffield has been hailed a success by organisers. Almost 200 [Read more]
Polly our editor will once again be travelling to the House of Commons in London to take part in a select committee discussion about the sustainability of local journalism on Thursday 7th July. The meeting [Read more]
As the only news publication in the UK with charity status, the Burngreave Messenger has been invited to give evidence on “the Sustainability of Local Journalism” at the House of Commons in London. Our editor [Read more]
Story by Saleema Imam. Photos by Nico Hall, Sarah Truman and Donna Wainman. The Friends of Burngreave Cemetery held their annual well-dressing in conjunction with a community picnic on Saturday 4th June. The theme this [Read more]
Story by Lyn Brandon, Friends of Abbeyfield Park The Friends of Abbeyfield Park (FOAP) Committee are organising a community festival to be held on Sunday 31st July, 12noon to 6.00pm. Meetings of the Festival Organising [Read more]
Great news! Chol Theatre will be running a series of FREE drama workshops during the Easter Break including one at Burngreave Library (Carwood Suite) on Tuesday 12th April 2-3.30pm for 7-12 year olds. They will [Read more]
Fabulous textiles work produced at The Furnival and Abbeyfield Park House with local artist Anne Smithies will be on on display in The Crucible foyer at a FREE event for all on Tuesday 5th and [Read more]
Story and photos by Martin Currie. Our attempt to get a sculpture for Abbeyfield Park has taken a step closer to reality. We managed to get funding for public consultation, and initial design work, by [Read more]
The Messenger secures new Board of Trustees at March AGM On March 1st the Burngreave Messenger held our first Annual General Meeting since before the pandemic. We updated attendees on what’s been happening at the [Read more]
Story and photo by Deborah Egan. Together in the City is a project by Sheffield Theatres connecting 19 creative community projects and 26 project groups in and around Sheffield. The project has been happening over [Read more]
If you’re thinking our Messenger pigeon logo this issue looks more like a pterosaur, then you’re not wrong. Made out of Play-Doh, it was created by Martin Currie at one of the sculpture workshops hosted [Read more]
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