Story by Peter Bull. Photos by Peter Bull and Neill Schofield. We were devastated by damage caused by recent fires on Parkwood Springs. Large areas of heather and woodland ground cover have been burnt, but [Read more]
Story by Robert Almond and Peter Bull. Photos by @sammcqueen.ig for Salt Street productions The Friends of Parkwood Springs and a number of other local groups have been working with the team set up by [Read more]
Story by Karen Malone | Photos by Karen and Eimear-Rae Hopefully you will have noticed a cleaner looking Pitsmoor over the past year as some local residents stopped moaning about litter and have taken it [Read more]
Ellesmere Park head towards spring with news of a new ladies gardening group starting 26th February, new park refurbishments and dates for upcoming litter picks. Story by Geraldine and Sahdya from Friends of Ellesmere Park. [Read more]
Story and photos by Ruthe Heskin. After a tough year Green City Action are calling on the local community for their support. They have plenty of ideas to develop local environmental community projects but need [Read more]
Story by Saleema Imam. Photo by Sarah Truman. As part of 2021 Heritage Open Days theme ‘Edibles’, the Friends of Burngreave Cemetery held their apple day on Sunday 19th September. After an early downpour, the [Read more]
Story by Graham Jones, Burngreave Clean Air Campaign. We deserve better air, not worse. Air pollution caused by motor traffic can result in harm to the unborn baby, abnormal development of the brain and lungs [Read more]
Story by the Sheffield City Council North-East Local Area Committee. Every year your Councillors fund activities across Burngreave Ward. This funding includes activities, like the magnificent light festival in Parkwood Springs. We also fund local [Read more]
BOOK NOW for this SATURDAY 23rd October at 10am: Park Ranger’s Event for children at Ellesmere Park. Join the Park Ranger and help to plant daffodil and crocus bulbs and plant wildflower seeds Go on a [Read more]
After a tough year Green City Action are calling on the local community for their support. They have plenty of ideas to develop local environmental and community projects but they need to build their capacity [Read more]
Story by Graham Jones. Photo by Polly Perkins. Nobody can deny that our bus services are in a mess. They are infrequent, expensive and unreliable. Less polluting buses are needed to tackle environmental and public [Read more]
Story by Vanesa Dunkova. Unfortunately, the world is being destroyed by deforestation, urbanisation and air pollution. Changes like these have caused climate change, poor air quality and undrinkable water. The first negative impact humans have [Read more]
Story by Y6 USA. Innocent sea animals are being killed. Plastic pollution travels all the way through lakes, streams and rivers demolishing their beautiful habitat. This needs to stop immediately! Almost all the rubbish on [Read more]
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