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 and photos by Deborah Blencowe Yes, indeed, the wildlife at Crabtree Ponds have been thriving over the summer. The Wildlife Trust, in smaller groups than usual have continued to do their maintenance of the [Read more]
Story by Graham Jones On 6th January Sheffield and Rotherham’s Wildlife Group’s ranger and local volunteers gathered to perform the usual monthly maintenance at Crabtree Ponds nature reserve. We did a litter pick, shifted some [Read more]
Story by Daniel Marsh Oasis Academy Fir Vale held a week of events aimed at recycling and litter awareness for pupils, staff, and parents. The events took place from 3rd February until 7th February in [Read more]
Story and photo by Ruth McIntosh Endeavour was set up in 1955, by John Hunt and Dick Allcock OBE, who believed in getting young people outdoors away from the daily drudgery of urban homes. They [Read more]
Story by Deborah Blencowe and Sam | Photo by Deborah Blencowe The issues of litter, fly tipping and abandoned rubbish generally has been brought up once again. I was approached by a local resident who [Read more]
Story by Mohammed Almaqramy | Photo by Richard Belbin I have being living on Verdon Street for nearly 15 years. I have just starting to witness the green area adjacent to my house being tampered [Read more]
Story and photo by Amy Palmer We’ve all noticed the litter piling up and there doesn’t seem to be anywhere clear to turn. On August Bank Holiday weekend one woman on Burngreave Road decided to [Read more]
From Councillor Mark Jones We all love our parks. They are great spaces to go and meet friends, to run free and generally relax. Your Councillors receive many letters and emails regarding the condition of [Read more]
Story by Graham Jones Burngreave Clean Air campaign supporters have been out and about collecting three hundred signatures supporting the council’s anti-idling proposals. Some of us went to the council’s public meeting on the subject [Read more]
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