The Editorial

The Messenger shared everyone’s sadness at the premature end to the festival. Green City Action told us they hope to hold another event in the park in the near future.

Thanks are due to Green City Action and all the volunteers and stall holders who worked so hard, one said she felt “like someone shot Santa”. We hope you’ll all come back next year to make it bigger and better!

You may notice as you read the month’s Messenger the absence of Rob Smith’s daring reporting on the issues that matter most in Burngreave. Rob is taking a break from the Messenger for a few months, but we hope he will be back on the case in the near future. In the meantime contact the Messenger office if you would like us to report on something.

The Burngreave Messenger is a community newspaper, funded by New Deal, with editorial independence.We aim to increase and encourage communication in Burngreave. Each edition is put together by an editorial team who write articles not otherwise credited.This month’s team: Farzana Ahmed, Annie Blindell, Clare Burnell, James Heath, Saleema Imam, Jeff Kirby, Mark Lankshear, Gaby Spinks, Lisa Swift and Paul Taylor.

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