Burngreave Library is reopened its doors on Monday 18th October and the team look forward to welcoming you back. The library will be open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 10am-1pm until further notice. They are mindful [Read more]
Following the success of last year’s Scarecrow Festival in 2020, it plans to return again for another year and needs you to help make it happen. The organisers need at least twelve people to sign [Read more]
The 2021 Parkwood Springs Lantern Festival will be on Saturday October 16th at 4.30pm and finishing at 7pm. Come early and enjoy a great family event! Because of Covid the event will be a little [Read more]
From Saturday 25th September, local artist Patrick Amber is running a series of weekly lantern making workshops at Abbeyfield House to prepare a welcome party for ‘Little Amal’, the giant puppet of a refugee girl [Read more]
In our 150th edition we highlight the action the people of Burngreave are taking to empower, heal and adjust, and all the articles from the latest issue are now online. In this issue we also feature a pull-out centre section for kids produced by the pupils of Oasis Academy Fir Vale. [Read more]
In 2021 Little Amal (a 3.5 metre tall puppet representing a 9 year old Syrian refugee girl) will begin her 8000 kilometre walk through Europe from the Syria-Turkey border and ending in Sheffield and Manchester. [Read more]
Story by Martin Currie. Photo by James Woollen. Patrick Amber, the local artist we now share with Greece, was on top form during his last visit home. Along with Gary Manton, he gatecrashed the Nottingham [Read more]
Story and main photo by Deborah Egan. Abbeyfield House was built in 1850 by local colliery owner William Pass and bizarrely, he decided to call the house Pitsmoor Abbey despite there being no religious activity [Read more]
Story by Sadia Khan. Photos by Carl Rose. Emilie Taylor is an artist who uses her art for the purpose of storytelling. Her work is an inspiration to many, highlighting the importance of many worldwide [Read more]
Story and photo by Emily Hutchinson. Sheffield Theatres are looking to work with artists who live in the Burngreave and Pitsmoor area to deliver creative projects as part of Sheffield Theatre’s community project Together with [Read more]
Story by Teo Greenstreet. Photo by Mike Poole. Troupe is Greentop Community Circus’s performance company for young aspiring performers aged 11–25 years. They’ve just finished touring their 2021 show “Playground of Dreams” that performed at [Read more]
For your chance to win one of these lovely coats, just send in your poems, artwork, photographs or articles on the theme of nature, outdoor spaces and local green activities to email@example.com The first person [Read more]
A poem by Andrew Hodgson, winning entry in last issue’s Dark Peak jacket arts competition. On our allotment a small community meets with chances to grow Off our allotment fruit or veg the whole year [Read more]
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