Fir Vale and Firshill
and Fir Vale will share in £800,000 of European ‘Objective
One’ money in the next few years, along with Whiteways, Wensley
Estate and parts of Grimesthorpe and Shirecliffe...
City Action (GCA) have decided to postpone this year's multicultural
festival because of delays in funding from New Deal...
2003 Election Results
Jones, successful labour candidate holds his seat. Labour hold majority
- turnout 28.9%...
in the limelight
the Hog is the hero of a comic drawn by Burngreave graphic artist
Alex Coward. Six issues of this resourceful animal’s exciting
adventures have so far been published, and Alex is now working on
a graphic novel...
to Us Conference
one of many youth conferences planned for this year, the BCAF-sponsored
Listen to Us project held its event on Saturday 19th April at the
Things for Carwood
Monday 4th April, St Peters Church Hall, marked the official re-launch
of All Saints Tenants’ and Residents’ Association...
to Ms Ellisa Clarke
Messenger apologises to Ellisa Clarke regarding our 'Voice
of the People' report in the March 2003 edition...
corridor for Roe Wood
and staff at Sheaf Training College have been planting trees between
Roe Wood and Little Roe Wood to unite the isolated bat populations
in the separate pieces of woodland...
out for wildlife
easy to feel that our area is a bit of a dump, we look around and
see derelict buildings, litter and dog mess. But particularly at
this time of year there are other things to see, and open spaces
around Burngreave provide diverse habitats for wildlife as good
as any in the city...
can get involved now in planning improvements and future projects
on your green spaces, and you can have your say at the Green Burngreave
events, which will be around in Burngreave all summer...
Waste Recycling, who ran a waste sorting site in Chatham, have abandoned
the site and vanished without trace, leaving behind a vast amount
of unsorted waste, derelict equipment and sheds, and a rodent problem
for local residents...
and buisnesses that feature most
Bakery, John Heath & Sons Funeral Directors and The Continental
Food Store are the lasted shops and businesses to be graced by the
Messenger's Rob Smith...
IT to Learning
the recent BITPart and Burngreave Community Learning Campaign event,
presented their work on the Burngreave Community Wireless Network,
and information about IT training...
on Spital Hill
are following up the successful outreach sessions at Burngreave
Library by opening a new office at 103 Spital Hill, and aims
to offer training and support for all unemployed people in
the Burngreave area...
new enterprise on Spital Hill, Recycling Matters, opens as
a recycling information and waste advice centre this summer...
- Internet Café Shop
its opening in February, Malii.com is proving a popular venue
on Spital Hill. The mixture of a relaxed place to drop in
for coffee and conversation and internet computers was drawing
in both young and old from all communities...
Saints Soccer School moves to Sheffield United Football Academy
Saints Soccer School project manager, Patrick Edwards is proud to
announce a Monday evening football programme inside the newly-built