up or cut off?
What will the new road mean to us?
two years time a major new road could be built between Burngreave
and the centre of the city. It would complete Sheffield’s
inner relief road, running from Parkway across the Wicker
and through to Shalesmoor...
Youth Conference 2002
three young Yemeni youths from Sheffield decided to research
the needs of Yemeni youths, no one was quite prepared for
on a balcony
you live in a flat and only have a small balcony instead
of a garden, you can still enjoy growing flowers and maybe
even some fruit and veg as well...
New Deal for Burngreave
from the New Deal executive team.
The latest from Stuart Bolton, Area
middle child out of a family of five, Deborah Quinton was
born in 1974, at the Northern General Hospital. She went
to Firs Hill Infant and Junior Schools and then on to Firth
Park. Deborah has always lived in the area and still meets
regularly with her friends from school...
Upset? Angry? Full of Joy? Good
news or bad, this is where you have your say...
members of the Somali community met at Verdon Street Rec
to protest about a letter sent to every Somali family in
Sheffield by the Sheffield Area Child Protection Committee
for peace as ex-PM visits Pitsmoor
Mr Mahmood, former Prime Minster of Azad Kashmir, was on
a whistle stop tour of towns in Yorkshire and the North
on progress at BCAT
has commenced at BCAT premises to renovate the first floor,
and the NDfC executive team and Government office have given
a commitment to protect the current function of BCAT and
help to develop the project...
Time To Reflect
On 14th and 15th of August the nations of India and Pakistan
will mark their 55th year of independence. The past twelve
months have seen the two countries close to war a number
Women's art comes to Burngreave
Art from women all over the world will be exhibited from
the 23rd August to October 4th, Monday to Friday, 10am to
4pm, at the Clock Tower Gallery at Northern General Hospital...