The Burngreave/Pitsmoor Community Dementia Day is a project among colleagues from the Alzheimer’s Society, SOAR, Enrichment for the Elderly, and the Dementia? Welcome! Café. Sufferers of dementia may think there is not help available. We [Read more]
Diabetes Education and Self Management for Ongoing and Newly Diagnosed 6 week course learning about self-management tools for living with Diabetes Venue: Vestry Hall, 2 Burngreave Road, Sheffield S3 9DD. Date and time: Starts Wednesday [Read more]
Story by Carrie Hedderwick | Photo by Richard Belbin Burngreave residents joined a protest against the introduction of Universal Credit (UC), which will hit Sheffield next month. Marching down from Spital Hill, the group joined [Read more]
Recipe and photo by Asmaa Chaudhry Kadhi is a popular North Indian dish, made with gram flour and full fat yogurt as main ingredients along with various spices and pakoras dipped in it. This tasty [Read more]
Story by Adrian Lake | Photo by Steph Oliver-Beech On Thursday 11th October I went to the Welcome Centre in Christ Church on Nottingham Street for the taster session about joining Sheffield Community Choir. Steph [Read more]
Story by Emma L Koch | Picture by the Live Projects team For the past six weeks People’s Kitchen Pitsmoor (PKP) and a ‘Live Projects’ team from the University of Sheffield have been working together [Read more]
Story by Nico Hall and Anne Smithies | Photos by Ben Boswell The ceramicist Anna-Mercedes Wear died this September of cancer at St Luke’s Hospice with family beside her. Anna lived in Firth Park and [Read more]
Story by Safwan, Hatib, Mufassar, Danny and Saif from Ellesmere Youth Project Fitness is the key to a healthy, happy life. It is not hard to achieve what I am doing it, only involves dedication [Read more]
Story by Tom Hughes The Walking for Purpose project ran in Burngreave working with both Aspiring Communities Together and Burngreave Works. Together we ran 29 walks and employability sessions from 9th July – 21st September. [Read more]
Story by Emilio Mussi | Photo by Richard Belbin The Basil Griffith Library has reopened in SADACCA. Basil Griffith was a teacher and local educator. He took a great interest in educating Afro Caribbean youth, [Read more]
Story and photo by James Woollen Brian trained as a painter at the Chesterfield College of art, then went on to gain his teacher training qualification whilst running an evening pottery class. Brian also had [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]
Strictly Necessary Cookies
Strictly Necessary Cookies should be enabled at all times so that we can save your preferences for cookie settings.
If you disable this cookie, we will not be able to save your preferences. This means that every time you visit this website you will need to enable or disable cookies again.