March 2011 news

2011 Interfaith Walk

Sheffield residents from a variety of different faiths will join the city’s seventh annual ‘Peace Walk’ this Sunday, 27th March 2011.

Forest Garden Workday

A practical work day will be held at Parkwood Springs Forest Garden on Monday 28th March to plant fruit trees and bushes, do some weeding and continue the planting of the herb and shrub layer.

Raging Against the Lib-Dems

Many Messenger readers attended the demonstration protesting against the Liberal Democrats ‘betrayals and lies’, at their Spring Conference, held in Sheffield City Hall last weekend.

Emotional well-being course for young people

A short 4 week course being provided by the Right Here Emotional Wellbeing Project for young people aged 16-25. It will run at the YCA Firvale Centre, Earl Marshal Road, starting Wednesday 9th March at 5.00pm. It is ASDAN accredited.

Bike Club

We are welcoming back our amazing BIKE CLUB sessions due to popular demand!

Rally against the cuts

4th March 12 – 2 pm

Public sector unions are staging a joint rally against the proposed cuts that the council is planning to impose.

Budget cuts for Burngreave

With the announcement of the Council budget, which will be presented to Councillors on Friday 4th March, the Messenger looks at what it might mean for Burngreave.

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