October 2010 News

Okpara deportation deferred

News update on the Okpara family who were due to be deported on 25th October 2010.

Mildred Okpara Deportation

Mildred Okpara and her family have received a deadline for their deportation to Nigeria. The group which is campaign to keep the family in sheffield are asking for help in contaction local and national MPs and dignitaries.

October half-term activities

Burngreave Youth Network. Activities for Children and Young people in Burngreave and Fir Vale

March from Ellesmere Green to TUC rally

Deep, rapid spending cuts will hit the vulnerable, undermine vital services and threaten both private and public sector jobs. Join the march from Ellesmere Green to join the TUC Yorkshire and Humberside protest and rally outside the Town Hall.

Giving Is Living

Charity meal for flood victims of Pakistan. Wednesday 20th October 2010, 6pm – 8pm.

Story Telling at New Roots with Lynn Rishworth

Traditional English buffet with medieval folk cuisine

Right Here Young Peoples Service

Right Here young peoples service needs volunteers to work with 16 – 25 year olds

Boomshanka Fitness Course

Arabic Fitness class suitable for all abilities, at Whiteways Primary School. A fun way to get fit!

Zumba Fitness

Zumba is a fun form of fitness you will want to do every day. Classes every Tuesday.

Firshill School Car Boot Sale

The friends of Firshill school are holding a car boot sale

Census 2011: Jobs available in local community

Census 2011 offers a wide range of part time and full time job opportunities. Details of these jobs can be found on the census website.

Job: Buildings Supervisor (Resident)

The Governors of Pye Bank Church of England Primary School are seeking to appoint a Residential Buildings Supervisor.

  • Salary – £16,830 – £19,621

  • 37 hours per week

  • Closing date: 15th October 2010

Walk on the Heritage Trail

A guided walk along the heritage of the River Don and Canal will start from the Wicker at 2pm on Saturday 9th October 2010.

Parkwood Springs into Action

Less than a mile north of Sheffield city centre lies a vast area of open land, almost as big as the city centre itself. Yet few people know of Parkwood Springs, its secret places and its enormous potential as a country park in the city. October 2010 issue.

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