Burngreave Area Panel

“…that little bit extra”

Many of the 200 people who packed the Town Hall reception rooms for the fourth Annual Burngreave New Years honours event felt it was the best ever, with a wealth of talent and commitment represented by the nominees for 2007.

Free fridge removal service

Veolia (ex-Onyx) provides a free fridge/freezer disposal service…

Councillors’ Surgery Dates

Your local councillors, Jackie Drayton, Ibrar Hussain and Steve Jones, share surgeries on a rota basis. Details here.

Information Day Roadshow

The Burngreave Area Panel and Burngreave Safer Neighbourhood team invite you, your family and friends to our free event 19th February 2007.

Next Area Panel Meeting

Thursday 22nd February 5pm – 7pm (not 6pm as advertised in the February issue)in Burngreave Library (main lending room). Items to include – a retail development by Spital Hill; proposed designs for Ellesmere Green; and what’s happening at Burngreave Library… A big focus on Spital Hill!

Next Area Panel meeting
5:00pm to 7:00pm Thursday 22 February 2007

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