The Mini Messenger needs youth groups, schools and people aged 5-25 to help create a section made by and for young people. Training and support is available. If you would like to get involved please [Read more]
Are you interested in producing a podcast for the Burngreave Messenger website or your own community group or organisation? Don’t miss this unique opportunity for Burngreave residents and organisations to receive free training from an [Read more]
Story and photo by Ruth McIntosh Endeavour was set up in 1955, by John Hunt and Dick Allcock OBE, who believed in getting young people outdoors away from the daily drudgery of urban homes. They [Read more]
At Sorby House. Led by a published author. Writing stories for children 10am – 1pm Friday 15th February Do you want to learn how to engage and entertain children with your very own stories? Would [Read more]
Story by Safwan, Hatib, Mufassar, Danny and Saif The following piece is the second of our series of articles in collaboration with Ellesmere Youth Project, looking at topics beyond Burngreave that matter to young people. [Read more]
Story by Dave Brennan | Photo by Richard Belbin Pedal Ready have been delivering cycle training in Burngreave for well over a decade. This includes a women only cycling session for nearly ten years. Many [Read more]
Story by Amy Palmer | Photo by Claire Shaw While election campaigning starts around the country Burngreave Messenger has been looking for ways to support people to have their voices heard over the issues that matter to [Read more]
Learn to sign with your family Free ‘Family Sign Language’ Course Wednesday 7 June to Wednesday 12 July 9.30-11.30am Oasis Academy Fir Vale, Owler Lane, Sheffield, S4 8G We are offering a free course for [Read more]
For the launch of our Business in Burngreave Network our resident PR and branding expert Diana will be delivering a free training session for local businesses. The main focus will be on designing publicity materials. Refreshments [Read more]
Story by Carrie Hedderwick | Photo by Sam Vines-Stancill In February the Messenger put on a much requested social media course. Eight people started the course, but numbers increased as the morning went on. So [Read more]
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