Information Day Roadshow

The Burngreave Area Panel and Burngreave Safer Neighbourhood team invite you, your family and friends to our free event on:

Monday 19th February 2007, 11.30am – 3pm.

Food and refreshments: Free

At Verdon Stret Recreation Centre.

Lots of stalls and staff – advice, information and give aways…


  • Sheffield Homes

  • Police – crime reduction

  • Local police

  • Blood donation

  • Sheffield PCT

  • Area Panel – councillors

  • Anti-social behaviour team

  • Burngreave Drug Project

  • SureStart

  • Energy advice – light bulbs

  • Green City Action

  • Fire brigade – smoke alarms

  • Street Force team

  • Community Education Coordinators

  • Neighbourhood Wardens

  • Northern Refugee Centre

  • Children & Young People Services – Education Information

  • BCAF

  • Pakistan Muticultural Advice Centre

  • SCC- Student Finance Services

  • Care4you

  • Burngreave New Deal for Communities

  • HMRC – Minimum Wage Enforcement Team

  • Citizens Advice Bureau

  • Parks and Countryside

  • Sheffield Futures

  • Sheffield East Regeneration Team

Information Day Roadshow
11:30am to 3:00pm Monday 19 February 2007

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