Story by Alison Higgins | Photos by Frankie Currie, Laura Farah and John Mellor Hundreds came together to enjoy the sun and entertainment at the second CommUnity festival, held around Ellesmere Green on Saturday 16th [Read more]
Story by Victor Mujakachi | Photo by Richard Belbin The Osborne Works, formerly known as The Rutland Works on Rutland Road, is to have major new changes from what it originally was when built nearly [Read more]
Ladies only event on Wednesday 13th June from 2:30pm to 8pm At the Firvale Healthy Living Centre Café, Earl Marshal Road Chaand Raat is an event where ladies prepare themselves for Eid celebrations after Ramadan. [Read more]
Story by Fran Belbin Comm2Unity Saturday 16th June, 12pm – 4pm Community members, businesses and services are coming together to organise a magnificent day celebrating Eid and showing off the range of businesses in the [Read more]
Story and photo by Graham Jones In our June 2017 Issue we reported that planning permission had been granted by the council to rebuild the old Murco service station on Spital Hill as a restaurant [Read more]
Story by Amy Palmer Photos by Marek Payne Next to the giant Tesco near Spital Hill you will find a very different sort of grocery shopping. Sheffield’s Real Junk Food Project has had its logistical [Read more]
Story by Irshad Akbar | Photo by Leroy Wenham SYAC in conjunction with the Sheffield City Region Launchpad programme held a networking event for Burngreave businesses. Over 40 business representatives attended and learned about the [Read more]
Story by Samuel Humphrey On 9th September 2017 your local library at Sorby House will be celebrating 145 years of providing the written word in all its forms to Burngreave residents. In 1872 the first [Read more]
A number of community groups, businesses and concerned residents are working to create an event aimed at bringing the community together and encouraging residents to use the shops and restaurants around Ellesmere Green and Spital [Read more]
The site of the old Murco petrol station on Spital Hill, opposite Sorby House, has been a derelict eyesore for 25 years. In April 2017 planning permission was granted for an exciting scheme drawn up by Gary Grayson and the award winning [Read more]
Story by Christine White Spital Hill stretches from The Wicker to Andover Street on one side and Hallcar Street on the other. The word Spital is derived from “Hospital” and it was thought that once [Read more]
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