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‘Hate’ can be any incident or crime, motivated by prejudice or hostility (or perceived to be so) against a person’s race, religion, sexual orientation, transgender identity or disability. It includes: A criminal offence where the [Read more]
St James United Reform Church, Scott Road, Sheffield S4 7BG, invites you to a Weekly Friendship Group, every Tuesday starting 14th March. 12-2.30pm Come and join us for friendship and fun. Learn a craft or [Read more]
Story by Lyn Brandon Thirteen people crowded into one of the office spaces at Abbeyfield House to discuss ideas for future use of the building on Tuesday 20th December. The current trustees of the charity set up as ‘Abbeyfield [Read more]
The Sharehouse Market in Burngreave opened its doors on Christmas Eve, and a steady stream of customers snapped up the products for the following two weeks. The market is part of the RealJunk [Read more]
On 10th January it was announced that the Feeling Good on Verdon Street project was an Aviva Community Fund winner! This funding will allow the project to continue for an extra month. Project Coordinator Aislinn [Read more]
Find out if you are eligible for free child care for two year olds: Is your household income below £16,190? Do you receive benefits? Do you receive working tax credits? Does your child receive disability [Read more]
How can we increase the take-up of government funded free childcare in Burngreave? Sheffield City Council have recognised that take up of free childcare for 2, 3 and 4 year olds in Burngreave lags far [Read more]
Story by Lyn Brandon Over the last few years there have been meetings and discussions with Sheffield City Council and local community members about the future of Abbeyfield House. A new roof and setting up a charitable organisation were some of [Read more]
Story by Burngreave Library team | Photos by Marcia Layne It has now been a year since volunteers took over the running of Burngreave Library and with the support of Volunteer Co-ordinator Marcia Layne the [Read more]
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