December 2010 News

Council accepts New Deal buildings

Sheffield Council approved the proposal to take over New Deal’s buildings, at its Cabinet meeting on 22nd December.

New Deal’s buildings go to the Council

At a public meeting on 8th December Sheffield City Council announced plans to take ownership of all buildings owned by Burngreave New Deal for Communities – the Vestry Hall, Sorby House and Forum House.

Burngreave Library open day

Burngreave Library is planning an event to promote the library service amongst regular users and to target non users, for example new arrival families and asylum seekers.

Community Reflections builds unity between the faiths

Sheffield Ashram in Burngreave has become home to a new group – Community Reflections – keen to learn more about the similarities shared by different world faiths through exploring spiritual writings and contemplative thought.

Adult Learning Guide: Spring Term Courses

She spring term guide to courses for adults is now online.

St Catherine's enterprise award

St Catherine’s Primary School pupils won the under 11s Best Business category in this year’s national ‘Make Your Mark With a Tenner’ competition. Enterprise UK gave thousands of potential entrepeneurs £10 to start up their mini businesses.

NOMAD Annual General Meeting

At NOMAD’s AGM today, participants from the Moving Forward course were awarded with NOCN certificates by Councillor Hussain.

"Bike It" at St Catherine's

Children at St Catherine's Catholic Primary School have celebrated the opening of their new cycle parking.

Break the Silence

The ‘Break the Silence’ event – to commemorate World AIDS Day with African Communities- at Burngreave Vestry Hall has been cancelled due to snow .

Burngreave keeps going in the snow

Many Burngreave shops and businesses kept their doors open on Wednesday 1st December, despite heavy snow, more than 12 inches in places, over night.

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