February 2013 news

Apple Tree Grafting Workshops

Learn how to graft your apple trees at Grimesthorpe allotments

Books for Liberia appeal

February book appeal for Liberia

Bring Out Your Rubbish Days 19th - 28th February

From Tuesday 19th – 28th February 2013, Veolia will be collecting bulky household rubbish free of charge in parts of the Burngreave area

Grants available up to £2,500 for community activities

Burngreave’s Community First programme is inviting applications from local projects seeking funding for community activities.

Organisations interested in running the new primary schools released

Details of the organisations who have expressed an interest in running Fir Vale Primary Academy and Watermead Primary Academy.

Playful Protest

Saturday 9th february 12-6pm, Playful Protest against the cuts to the playground. Children, parents, residents, play and paint!

Quiz Night Fundraiser 8th March

Cellar Space Quiz Night Fundraiser on Friday 8th March, a great night out for you and your friends with live music and comedy as well as a fantastic quiz.

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