November 2007

News, stories, information and job ads released in November 2007.

  • There is no printed issue this month – the next printed issue is the December edition, and comes out on 1st December 2007.

  • If you are submitting content for this issue, the deadline is the 14th November 2007.


Christmas carol service at SADACCA

A Christmas carol service, featuring the United Church choirs, will take place at SADACCA on 17th December 2007.

Children's Christmas party

A children's Christmas party will take place on 8th December 2007 at SADACCA.

Christmas dinner & dance at SADACCA

A Christmas dinner and dance will take place at SADACCA on Saturday 15th December 2007.

New courses starting at the Women's Construction Centre

Course and enrollment details for new courses beginning at the Women's Construction Centre soon.

Residents' Forum meeting on Burngreave Housing

This month's Physical Environment and Safety Residents' Forum meeting will be held about Burngreave Housing on 6th December 2007.

The changing face of Burngreave's roads

Following the recent roadworks and the opening of the new inner relief road, you'd be forgiven for getting lost driving around the area.

Vestry Hall Administrator required

Job: BNDFC are looking for a motivated and enthusiastic person to fill the vacancy of Vestry Hall Administrator/Receptionist.

  • Salary £14,053 – £16,096

  • Closing date: Friday 7 December at 12.00 noon.

Sheffield Homes exhibition showcases planned improvements

Nearly 300 people from Firshill, Pitsmoor, Burngreave and Darnall attended an exhibition showcasing planned improvements to local housing operated by Sheffield Homes.

Language exchange evenings

Monthly language exchange evenings have been arranged to allow local residents to share language knowledge, practice languages they know, and learn something about other members of the community.

'Question Time' event to take place

A public meeting, entitled ‘Question Time’, is to take place on Saturday 24th November.

Burngreave Area Panel meeting to discuss Jonathan's death

The next Burngreave Area Panel meeting will take place on 22nd November. The meeting will discuss the recent murder of Jonathan Matondo.

Barnsley Road Mosque/Madressa planning application refused

The planning application for a Mosque and Madressa to be located at the junction between Barnsley Road and Osgathorpe Road has been refused.

Tree planting at Page Hall

Burngreave Community Forestry working in partnership with Green City Action is planting four heavy standard mountain ash street trees to celebrate National Tree Week.

Woodland management and tidy

A woodland management and general tidy-up of the area will take place along Bagley Dike on 27th November 2007.

Tree planting at Grimesthorpe allotments

Burngreave Community Forestry will begin the planting of twenty heavy standard White Mulberry trees at Grimesthorpe allotments on Thursday 22nd November 2007.

Children In Need fundraiser

Firshill TARA are to hold a “Choir, Pie & Pea Supper” event in aid of Children In Need on 16th November.

Carnival of Lights

A Carnival of Lights, organised by Green City Action, will take place on Ellesmere Green on 1st December.

SHEBEEN Co-ordinator required

Job: SHEBEEN is seeking to appoint a Project Coordinator for a 6 month maternity cover post:

  • 22 Hours per week

  • Salary: £25,020 pro rata.

  • Closing date: 20 November 2007

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