Ideas for Burngreave TARA

Burngreave's newest Tenants and Residents Association will be holding its first general meeting in April, when it will be deciding how to spend some of the levy money it receives.

Levy money is paid to the TARA by Council tenants, and any residents who wish to become a member. Its just 10p per week, but it adds up to around £5000 each year from all the tenants. This money is used by the TARA for the benefit of tenants and residents and the local area.

If you live in the Burngreave TARA area, they want to hear your ideas for what could benefit local people. The TARAs current ideas include:

  • A trip to the sea side

  • A cooking and healthy eating courses

  • Activities for children under 8 years old

If you have ideas for things the TARA could do please email, or call the engagement team at Sheffield Homes on 293 0000

Burngreave TARA covers Spital Hill to Christchurch Road (including Verdon Street area) and Ellesmere to Lucas Street (including Bressingham area). Look out for the forthcoming newsletter and information in notice boards around the area.

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