Burngreave Area Panel

Cricketers in Abbeyfield Park

The Abbeyfield Park tennis courts are set to host a ‘mainly cricket MUGA’ or multi use games area as Council staff, working with the local Burngreave youth, attract money from a national sports body.

Schools Expansion Consultation

Special meetings have been arranged to explain to parents the proposed expansion of four local primary schools in Burngreave, Pitsmoor and Fir Vale and to hear what you think. Try and make sure you get along to them, to ask questions, and have your say.

Councillors' Surgery Dates

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

Next Area Panel Meeting

Thursday 19th July 2007, 6–8pm at Fir Vale School.

For more information see the Council’s website: http://www.sheffield.gov.uk/in-your-area/area-action/burngreave-area-action

Next Area Panel Meeting
6:00pm to 8:00pm Thursday 19 July 2007

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