Norma Clarke

Norma Clarke At the Area Panel Awards at the Town Hall in February  2009
Norma Clarke At the Area Panel Awards at the Town Hall in February 2009

Well known local resident Norma Clarke died in January.

Norma had lived in Burngreave since the age of 15. She regularly attended local meetings and made many vocal and incisive contributions. Over the years, Norma was a very active member of the community. She was one of the founder members of Sheffield City Council’s 50- plus group and was very active in its development.

Fellow member of the 50-plus group, Dorrett Buckley-Greaves, had many fond memories of Norma and wanted to pay her tribute,

“She was a kind person and we had good times together, we had some laughs. She will be greatly missed by many members of the community.”

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