St Catherine’s School
will not open at the start of September due to asbestos contamination
caused during work on the roof, and the whole school has been
cuts complaint upheld
The Council’s decision to cut
spending on advice services in February 2000 led to the loss
of advice workers at the Yemeni Community Association and
SADACCA, and three years later their complaints to the Local
Government Ombudsman have been upheld...
For those living near the
demolition of the Woodside Estate, everyday has become a living
for young peacemaker
Fleeing from Iraq,
Ahmed Salim arrived alone in London in 1999. Now, at the age
of 20, he has won the praise of local police for helping diffuse
dangerous tensions, helping to build bridges and develop support
for the Kurdish community...
Sheffield Futures have run into financial
difficulties after just one year. This has led to staffing
cuts resulting in the reduction in opening times of some youth
Last month the New Deal and the Council
announced they were ‘Advancing Together’, launching
a package of extra environmental services for the area...
dust at Parkwood
Spills of incinerator fly ash containing
dioxins and other highly toxic materials, have happened at
Parkwood landfill site, as revealed at the annual general
meeting of Parkwood Landfill Action Group (PLAG) in July...
Rob Smith talks
to Inspector Jon Ekwubiri...
Details and fixtures
for Burngreave U7s and Earl Marshal U8s football teams...
News from the
Caribbean U15s team and details for the Cricket Development
Abdul Hassan and Mahamood Ali
have been creating the space and time for basketball
involving local young Somali youth since 2001...
Details for women's
self defence classes and the Awards for All fund...
Making an impact
EMSAG ran the first Black and Ethnic
Minority Parents’ Education Awareness Day at Sheffield
College – with parents coming to ask questions, raise
issues and concerns...
the Learning Campaigners
This month the Messenger
met up with team member Brendan, to find out what they were
Educational Trust Study Support
The Kashmir Educational
Trust came into existence in the 1980s to raise awareness
of the educational and cultural needs of the Pakistani/Kashmiri
community here in Sheffield...
The Introduction to Community Development
and Health Course has been running successfully over the last
six years with over 45 local people trained on the course...