Story and photo by James Woollen I met Michael Glover, author of ‘111 Places to visit in Sheffield that you shouldn’t miss’ at the Tampers Sellers Wheel, an Artisan café bar located on Arundel Street, [Read more]
Story by Val Ellis | Photo by Howard Spencer As the facilitator of our Primary Mental Health Care Project, based in St Peters Church, I think it’s fantastic we have reached our tenth anniversary, and [Read more]
Interview by Andrew Hodgson | Photos by Laura Farah What do you collect Kim? Several things. One of my main collection is of 35mm slides, the sort that you look at through projectors. When and [Read more]
Story by Deborah Blencowe Sheffield Litter Pickers – an open public Facebook group – was set up in October 2015 by a small group of Sheffield residents who regularly and voluntarily organised litter picks in [Read more]
Hi, I am contacting you out of complete frustration, I have a child who has ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) and was supposed to have received his school place in April, like all other 5 year [Read more]
Dear Sir/Madam, Burngreave Cemetery is unique in having a designated cemetery warden who is responsible for locking and unlocking the gates, and reporting issues back to Bereavement Services. This post was created 25 years ago, [Read more]
Dear Messenger, As you may know, Y6s around the country did their Standard Attainment Tests (SATs) on the 14th – 17th May. This would include: reading, maths, spelling and grammar. They have worked very hard [Read more]
Story by Ray Black | Photo by Richard Belbin Founded during the Great War, Abbeyfield Bowling Club celebrates its 100th birthday on 13th July. Since its inception the club has participated in a range of [Read more]
Dear Richard. After reading the Michael Glover articles, I have to say that, as an adult, I remember life on Coningsby Road quite differently. It was a friendly and happy place to live where the [Read more]
In our last issue we covered the efforts by Sheffield Wednesday supporters to raise money for a headstone to the clubs first ‘superfan’ who passed away in 1933 and is buried in Wardsend Cemetery. We [Read more]
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