November 2011 news

Wanted: 11 Environmental Apprentices

As part of an apprenticeship programme eleven young people will have the chance to learn new skills with a view to developing a career within the environmental sector.

Police - Section 30 Dispersal Order Meeting

South Yorkshire Police are holding a public meeting on Monday 28th November, 6pm at Burngreave Vestry Hall,about a Section 30 Dispersal Order which will cover the streets near Spital Hill,

Sheffield City Council Lettings Policy Review – Have Your Say

The council is reviewing the Lettings Policy, which sets out how Council housing is allocated.

Local History Talk

Sheffield Flood and Workhouses talk by Marion Heywood at Burngreave Library

Interfaith Tree Planting

Tree planting in Ellesmere park to replace trees previously removed

Shooting victim named

The young man killed on Spital Hill on Sunday morning is named as Deeq Ali.

Go ON Sheffield - Free internet taster events

There are free Go ON Sheffield internet taster events running across Sheffield. If you’re new to the internet, come along to one of the events below and get help and support to go online.

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