Burngreave Community Action Forum (BCAF)

BCAF is a local forum made up of people who live and/or work in Burngreave.

New premises for BCAF

On October 6th, BCAF will move into new premises at 82 Spital Hill (between Burngreave Ashram and Ozmens Supermarket). We hope this location will make us more accessible to the local community. BCAF is here to ensure that local people can take part in and influence decisions that affect them.

Check out our website

BCAF has a brand new website at http://www.bcaf.org.uk/. There's still a lot of work to do, but have a look and let us know what you think — we want to hear your suggestions on how the site could be improved.

September quarterly Forum meeting

Those of you who were able to attend will receive a copy of the Forum Newsletter which will also feature on our new website. If you want a copy of the newsletter, please contact us:

  • Come into the office on Spital Hill

  • Contact us via email at: enquiries@bcaf.org.uk

  • Call us on 0114 272 8008

BCAF works to help local people help themselves to change and transform the area.

BCAF – it’s your Community Forum

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