Chronic Pain Groups This is an opportunity for those who suffer from pain to socialise with like-minded people and gain new skills to self-manage pain. £1.50 per session. These sessions require a referral through the [Read more]
The Feeling Good on Verdon Street activities for women only is back on! Every Wednesday – Term Time Only Verdon Recreation Centre, Verdon Street. Badminton: 9.30am–10am (Free) Zumba: 10am–11am (£1.50) Coffee Morning with crafts: 11am–12noon [Read more]
Story by Carrie Hedderwick and Messenger Staff Who are the Windrush generation? On 22 June 1948 the Empire Windrush arrived at Tilbury Docks carrying the first Caribbean people who were invited to the UK to [Read more]
Every year Sheffield produces an amazing and varied programme for Environment Weeks in late Spring. Burngreave hosted a number of these events, from the Victorian streets and cemetery chapel, to the wild spaces of Parkwood [Read more]
Story by Graham Jones | Photo by Hayden Senior The Sheffield Victorian Society organised a walk round Pitsmoor to look at historical buildings. Unfortunately the original leader, Graham Hague met with a nasty accident a [Read more]
Story and photo by Graham Jones On a beautiful Spring day, 19th May, there was a guided tree walk on Parkwood Springs. The friends of Parkwood Springs hosted the event and their chair, Neil Schofield, [Read more]
Story by Fran Belbin Ralph Dartford’s Recovery Songs recounts the story of how he spiralled into addiction, using spoken narrative and poetry. In a hugely powerful performance, Ralph tells of an outwardly successful theatrical career, [Read more]
Story by Idrees Sheraz | Photo by Yasmin Saeed On Saturday 12th May, the 39th Sheffield scouts group entered the Beckford Peg challenge. It was a Don District Event with many scout groups participating. It [Read more]
Story by Julia Woollen | Photos by James Woollen Mikron Theatre Company brought their play ‘Revolting Women’ to Grimesthorpe Allotments. I had expected a one act amateur production with a few spectators not the professionalism and [Read more]
Our latest community journalism course, which started on 31st May, was oversubscribed and we had to turn people away. The good news is that, if we have enough people interested, we’ve decided to run another [Read more]
Burngreave’s newest school is developing at a great pace – as you can see in the picture below of prospective pupils ‘signing the steel’ of the buildings framework. This September they will be opening a [Read more]
To give the people of Burngreave a little more time about who you might want to nominate The Burngreave Star Awards have been postponed until November, So, while you are enjoying all the community groups, [Read more]
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