All the articles from the printed copy of issue 135, the June 2018 edition of the Burngreave Messenger, are now online. You can see all the issue articles collected in an index at June 2018 [Read more]
Story by Michael Wright | Photo by Julius Turner On Wednesday 25th April, Michael Smith MBE, CEO of the UK’s leading weapon collections charity Words 4 Weapons (W4W), was present for the opening of the [Read more]
Denial of NHS treatment to the Windrush generation, the loss of jobs, and the withdrawal of welfare benefits has caused deaths, and huge disruption, upset and mistrust by people who have every right to be [Read more]
Story and photo by Richard Belbin Dan Jarvis, the newly elected Mayor for Sheffield City Region (aka, South Yorkshire) visited Burngreave during his campaigning, talking with residents, and visiting shops and businesses around Ellesmere Green. [Read more]
Story and photo by Zia Khan On 28th April, Fir Vale based group, An Nasiha (Sincere Guidance) organised a demonstration in the city centre with the message ‘Islam says no to racism.’ Distributing balloons, stickers [Read more]
Story and photo by James Woollen The Burngreave Messenger was invited to report on the licensing of the new Priest in Charge at Pitsmoor Christ Church, Pip Salmon, on 23rd April. The inauguration ceremony was [Read more]
Story and photo by Richard Belbin The Fir Vale community development team, funded by the Department for Communities & Local Government, has taken shape, with the new workers all in post. I met community development [Read more]
Story and photos by Christine Steers John and Elizabeth Barrs, with their son Jacob were the honoured guests at the celebration for the restoration of the tower clock in Burngreave Cemetery chapels on Wednesday afternoon, [Read more]
Story by Kevin Stapleton | Photo by Ann Dawson As part of a nationwide study involving 150 schools, Pye Bank Foundation are working with groups of parents to ‘improve the home learning environment,’ offering various [Read more]
Starting in July, Walking for Purpose is coming to Burngreave. Working with Burngreave Works (Sorby House), Aspiring Communities Together and the Fir Vale Community Hub we are bringing a range of Walking and Employment sessions [Read more]
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