March 2007

All news releases from March 2007. There is no printed issue this month – the next printed issue is published 31st March.

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Burngreave Book Group

Information about the Burngreave Feel-Good Reading group at Burngreave Library.

Burngreave Area Panel

Latest news from the Area Co-ordinator for the Burngreave Area Panel, including:

  • 22nd March Area Panel meeting

Local taxi driver shot dead on Scott Road

Local resident, Younis Khan, was murdered in his taxi on Scott Road in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

Ellesmere Green Plans

The Council and New Deal have released their plans for the redevelopment of Ellesmere Green, as part of the Masterplan proposals, after consultation with the Spital Hill Project Group and local residents and businesses.

Multicultural Art Festival

Festival on 10th and 11th March 2007, presented by the Burngreave Community Friends Group.

BME Community Development Worker

Job opportunity: To work specifically with the Bangladeshi community and organisations in Darnall.

  • £20,895 – £24,708 (pro-rata)

  • Closing Date: 16th March 2007

Sheffield saves ESOL campaign

Public meeting on 13th March 2007.

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