Story by Saleema Imam. Local businessman Royale Johnson was shortlisted as a finalist for two awards by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), celebrating small businesses and the self-employed: Entrepreneur of the Year (aged 30 [Read more]
Fabulous textiles work produced at The Furnival and Abbeyfield Park House with local artist Anne Smithies will be on on display in The Crucible foyer at a FREE event for all on Tuesday 5th and [Read more]
Story by Patrick Meleady | Photo by Zaqer Mused. Pitsmoor Adventure Playground voted the Best Frontline Play provision in the UK at the 12th Annual Playwork Awards on Tuesday 1st March 2022. Pitsmoor Adventure Playground [Read more]
Story and photos by Martin Currie. Our attempt to get a sculpture for Abbeyfield Park has taken a step closer to reality. We managed to get funding for public consultation, and initial design work, by [Read more]
Story by Jamito Lang, Isilda’s eldest son | Photos by Stephen and Jamito Lang and Richard Hanson My mum, former childminder and community warrior Isilda Del Carmen Lang (nee Cuevas-Aguilera), died on Monday 21st February [Read more]
Story by Dianne Hancock. Menopause, one of those mysteries that confuses both men and women but is rarely talked about. The dictionary definition is “the period in a woman’s life (typically between 45-50) when menstruation [Read more]
The Messenger secures new Board of Trustees at March AGM On March 1st the Burngreave Messenger held our first Annual General Meeting since before the pandemic. We updated attendees on what’s been happening at the [Read more]
Story by Sadia Khan. On February 26th 2020, Adnan Hussain was driving through Grimesthorpe when truck driver, Nicholas Clayton, 51, from Hillsborough, “thumped” on Adnan’s windows shouting a racial slur, adding “go back to your [Read more]
Story by Robert Almond and Peter Bull. Photos by @sammcqueen.ig for Salt Street productions The Friends of Parkwood Springs and a number of other local groups have been working with the team set up by [Read more]
Story and photo by Deborah Egan. Together in the City is a project by Sheffield Theatres connecting 19 creative community projects and 26 project groups in and around Sheffield. The project has been happening over [Read more]
If you’re thinking our Messenger pigeon logo this issue looks more like a pterosaur, then you’re not wrong. Made out of Play-Doh, it was created by Martin Currie at one of the sculpture workshops hosted [Read more]
Story by Sgt. Ben Hall. Burngreave Neighbourhood Team plus traffic officers, colleagues from our tasking team and Police dog Dibley (pictured) started this month with a highly visible operation to tackle criminality. During the day [Read more]
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