August 2014 News

Ceilidh for Burngreave Library

Sunday 21st September. A get together for children and families in support of Burngreave Library, with music, dancing and refreshments.

North East Learner online now

Looking for a course? The North East Learner guide to courses for adults in the 2014 Autumn Term and new academic year have now been added to the Adult Learning Guide website.

Open days at YCA Firvale and Burngreave Children's Centre

Improve your skills with Further Education, Family Learning or work ideas and training at YCA Firvale Centre and Burngreave Children's Centre.

Pain Support Group

This is an opportunity for those who suffer from Pain to socialise with like-minded people and gain new skills to self-manage Pain.

Burngreave Library Celebration 30th August

There will be a small celebration at the Library on Saturday, 30th August giving out certificates for summer scheme.

Greentop Circus Autumn classes

Green Top Circus offer circus skills training starting September

Community mosaic workshop

Sunday community workshops at the cemetery chapel to create a sundial.

Cemetery WW1 exhibition

To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of WW1, Burngreave Cemetery displayed postcards, artworks and info about WW1 war graves.

Police cordon on Andover Street

Andover Street, near Spital Hill, was cordoned off by Police on Tuesday night, 12th August, and during Wednesday following reports of a firearm being discharged.

Get into retail with Marks & Spencer

If you are 16 to 25,unemployed and interested in a career in retail, join this free training programme. 2 training programmes, each of 4 weeks, start on 1st September and 8th September 2014

New Bingo sessions

Bingo sessions are planned for the community room at St Catherine's School in the autumn.

Pitsmoor Adventure Playground celebrate Eid

Over 100 children and families came together to celebrate Eid at Pitsmoor Adventure Playground on 31st July 2014.

Burngreave residents join Palestine Demos

Sheffield Palestine Solidarity Campaign has organised several demonstrations in support of the people of Gaza recently, with protests outside Sheffield Town Hall and at the BBC's Sheffield office attended by several hundred local people, including many from Burngreave.

Multifaith Forest Gardening day

The monthly workday at Parkwood Springs will take place on Saturday 9th August

Sheffield Raft Race 2014

Sheffield’s raft race is back, and it’s taking place on the 30th of August 2014 from Kelham Island to Nursery Street.

Over 50s Refugee Project

Over 50s Refugee Project at SYAC on every first Monday of the month

Job vacancy for Support Worker

Support worker for people with mental health problems and to help them with independent living.

  • Salary: £14,880

  • Closing date: 12noon Monday 18th August 2014

Free Clothes Swap

Northern Refuge centre weekly clothes and toy swap

Smokefree Awareness Training

Sheffield Smokefree Awareness Training at Sorby House on Wednesday 27th August. We will explore the issues surrounding social norms and smoking in the home and car, and you will learn how to discuss the issue in a sensitive and informed way.

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