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February 2008

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2008-02-29 16:28:03
Moving On Up!

Building on the success of previous events organised by the Black and minority Ethnic Business Forum, we would like to invite you to our annual showcase evening. The BME Forum has grown significantly over the last two and a half years and provides the ideal opportunity to network with other members of the and meet with the Forum to discover how it can help you and your business.

2008-02-27 18:48:32
Forum House - helping local people

Forum House, located at the bottom of Spital Hill close to the junction with The Wicker, provides employment and training resources for people who live in the Burngreave area.

2008-02-27 15:38:44
Temporary Family Advocacy Team Officer

Salary: £18,907 – £22,845

  • Closing date Thursday 28th February

2008-02-25 20:39:32
“A Handful of Henna” at the Vestry Hall

The newly-refurbished Vestry Hall hosted an intimate performance of the newly reworked “A Handful of Henna”, on Tuesday 5th February. Evocative and enchanting, the players presented a story of homecoming, reunion, adventure and identity.

2008-02-23 11:17:20
Local residents arrested over Chesterfield Road murder

Six people, including two women from Pitsmoor, have been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder.

2008-02-15 16:02:53
Sorby House Caretaker/Cleaner

Salary: £15,100 – £17,100 per annum

  • Closing date: 10/03/08

2008-02-14 16:22:54
Sorby House Admin/Conference Support worker

Salary: £13,900 – £15,500 per annum Closing date: 10/03/08

2008-02-14 16:20:17
Sorby House Receptionist
  • Salary: £12,100 – £13,500 per annum

  • Closing date: 10/03/08

2008-02-14 16:13:41
Sorby House Centre Manager
  • £26,900 – £29,600 per annum

  • Closing date: 03/03/08

2008-02-14 15:49:09
A new Tesco at what cost?

A letter about the Tesco development from Tim Woolliscroft, exclusive to the website.

2008-02-11 16:03:02
New Deal to be investigated

Burngreave New Deal's management was effectively slated at the full meeting of Sheffield City Council on Wednesday 6th February, as all parties called for an investigation into its activities.

2008-02-09 14:15:47
World Against War discussion to take place

An event entitled, “World Against War” will take place on 16th February 2008.

2008-02-09 11:06:05
Burngreave seminars at New Roots Shop

Burngreave seminars due to take place at New Roots Shop on Spital Hill in February and March.

2008-02-09 10:48:23
Ellesmere Youth Project half-term programme

Art, football and basketball activites over the half-term programme, plus fun activities looking at how to solve arguments followed by a free trip to Xscape, and aerial assault course and bowling.

2008-02-07 14:33:43
Shooting on Firshill Road

Residents remain concerned after a shots were fired at a house on Firshill Road late on Monday 21st January, 2008. No one was injured and no arrests have been made.

2008-02-06 09:57:46
BCAF back in action

Burngreave Community Action Forum hold their Annual General Meeting, and quarterly forum meeting – Saturday 2nd February 2008. New Deal's John Clark is questioned about what New Deal is up to.

2008-02-06 09:35:25
Pedal Ready in Burngreave

One to one training for cyclists began this month to encourage and enable more people to cycle more safely.

2008-02-04 19:56:06
Awards Ceremony photo gallery 2

Second gallery of photos from the Burngreave New Year's Honours awards ceremony on 25th January 2008.

2008-02-04 17:24:23
Awards Ceremony photo gallery 1

Gallery of photos from the Burngreave New Year's Honours awards ceremony on 25th January 2008.

2008-02-04 16:28:06
Streetworx half term activities

Activities for young people during the half term holidays with Streetworx.

2008-02-04 14:53:07
Young Advisors for Burngreave

The nationally-tested Young Advisors scheme is to be introduced into Burngreave by the Streetworx youth project. Young Advisors are young people who are trained to advise key organisations on how to make their policies ‘young people friendly.’

2008-02-04 14:50:36
Christmas Dinner on Andover Street

The Seventh Day Adventist Church on Andover Street celebrates its Christmas with people facing or experiencing homelessness.

2008-02-04 14:45:35
"United we stand, divided we fall"

Local resident, Maureen Griffiths, urges residents to join the march against gun crime and negativity towards young people, on 15th March 2008.

2008-02-04 14:21:09
Youth Conference photos

Pictures taken during the streetworx youth conference.

2008-02-03 16:58:58
Page Hall Tree Planting

Photographs of tree planting in Page Hall in November 2007.

2008-02-03 15:06:57
Pakistan After Benazir Bhutto

A local resident's view of the former Prime-Minister of Pakistan: Benazir Bhutto after the recent assasination on 27th December 2007.

2008-02-02 10:43:11
New Year's Honours

Volunteers, employees and organisations who received awards at this year’s annual Area Panel New Years Honours ceremony.

2008-02-01 12:52:32

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