November 2009 news

Bring Out Your Rubbish days

A “bring out your rubbish day” is to be held on Wednesday 25th November 2009 in the Pye Bank area.

Transformation of Burngreave recreation ground

It’s your local Park (next to Pitsmoor Adventure Playground) and in Spring 2010 it will be improved with a new playground, landscaping, new paths and new Park furniture.

Street Dance

Ellesmere Youth Project are running new Street Dance classes for 8-14 year olds.

Kids poetry slam!

There's a poetry slam for 8-13 year olds at Burngreave Library in December.

Jobs: Cycling Instructors

Pedal Ready is looking for new cycling instructors to help train over 3,000 children and adults to cycle confidently.

  • Salary: £11.25 per hour

  • Closing date: Friday 27th November 2009

Just Drop In!

Ellesmere Youth Project have started a new drop in for young people.

Wicker stabbing

A stabbing took place on Wicker Lane on Monday 9th November

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