Diary dates

Residents Forum events

Physical Environment & Safety

Thursday 22nd February

  • Stall at the Women’s Information Centre.

  • Call Val Wragg, BNDfC administrator on (0114) 279 6934 for further details.

Children & Young People

Thursday 22nd February

  • All saints Youth Club 6.00pm–7.30pm. Subject for discussion is Youth provision in Burngreave.

BNDfC Board Meeting

Wednesday 28th March

Pitsmoor Methodist Church, 5.30pm–8.30pm.

Partnership Board meetings are business meetings held in public so that business items are discussed in an open forum.

If you wish to attend a Residents Forum event or Partnership Board meeting check the BNDfC website (http://www.bndfc.co.uk/) to confirm venue and time, or call us on (0114) 279 6932.

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