Dear Messenger, I was very interested to read about the Burngreave TARA meeting concerning drug use around Ellesmere Green in the last issue. For far too long drug policy, both locally and nationally, seems to [Read more]
Dear Messenger, The disabled bay on Spital Hill has a sign above the bay which means that this space is enforceable. If someone parks in a disabled bay without a disability and without displaying a [Read more]
Dear Messenger, I agree with Mr Vaughan in the last issue of The Messenger that it would be good to have a fully-funded, professionally staffed library in Burngreave. However, I take issue with his implication [Read more]
Some readers will know that Rock Christian Centre saved the little chapel on Handley Street from closure back in 2016 and have transformed it into ‘The Lighthouse.’ This is a drop in centre for the [Read more]
I was saddened to see the state of the former Burngreave Library building (now the Rock Christian Centre offices) on Spital Hill recently. Burngreave has high numbers of adults and children who speak English as [Read more]
The council are scratching their heads asking why the ofo bike scheme hasn’t worked in Sheffield and I would have thought it was obvious. People desperately need bikes and can’t afford them. Everyone in my [Read more]
Dear Messenger, I would like to thank John Grayson and Violet Dickinson for their article “Housing plight of the vulnerable” (Messenger 134) which brings out the actual situation and environment of B&B’s. We ourselves are [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]
Dear Burngreave Messenger, Thank you for your excellent publication, it is a truly relevant tool for news and for highlighting all the eﬀorts made by local groups and individuals. May I specifically mention the lovely [Read more]
Story by Ali Alansi, Maryam Ahmed, Adam Dayel, Muneeb Ahmed, Aboubaker Diaby and Orlando Duncan.Year 5 Journalism Club pupils In the first week of term all Owler Brook pupils wrote to all the people they [Read more]
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