November 2014 News

Gemma Mohamed's graduation

Gemma Mohamed has graduated as a mental health nurse.

Planning app for Parkwood Landfill

Waste disposal company Viridor has submitted a planning application for the Parkwood Springs landfill site – and the Friends of Parkwood Springs will be discussing it

Parkwood Springs: News and Events

Latest news and events from Parkwood Springs – Outdoor activity

Crabtree Ponds Maintenance Day

The first Monday of the month sees the Sheffield and Rotherham Wildlife Trust doing maintenance work at Crabtree ponds. All volunteers welcome.

Job vacancy - part-time youth worker

Ellesmere Youth Project is looking for an experienced part-time youth worker, with proven a proven track record in developing informal education programmes with young people.

  • 15 to 18.5 hrs a week

  • £23,024 pro rata

  • closing date: 3rd December

Remembrance Sunday

meeting at the war memorial in Burngreave Cemetry

Burngreave Women Only Support Group

Two meetings for Burngreave Women only Support group

Burngreave Tenants' and Residents' Association AGM

Burngreave Tenants' and Residents' Association AGM

Cemetery mushroom foray

Mushroom search in Burngreave Cemetery on Monday 27th October

Recycling site threatened

The city council plans to close the recycling site in St Catherine's school car park.

Vacancy for Project Co-ordinator at the Messenger

The Burngreave Messenger is seeking a self-motivated individual with excellent organisational and communication skills to work as our Project Co-ordinator

  • 18.5 hours per week (0.5 FTE)

  • £24,892 per year pro rata (equivalent to NJC Scale SO1, SCP 29)

  • Temporary for 6 months, January – June 2015

  • Deadline for applications: 7th December 2014

Smoke Free Awareness Training

Sheffield smoke-free services provide their latest training course for workers and volunteers

Commemorative event at the Furnival

Sheffield Methodists are hosting a commemorative event on Thursday 13th November at The Furnival, 199 Verdon Street, to mark the refurbishment and naming of the café/community area

Forest Garden workday

Another monthly opportunity for some practical work in Parkwood Springs' Forest Garden

Personal Development course postponed

The personal development workshop will now take place Saturday 8th November.

Now online: Health Bulletin October - December 2014

Details of health activities taking place in and around Burngreave and Fir Vale from the 2014 October to December edition of the Burngreave Health Bulletin are now on our website.

Zumba Fitnesss - ladies only class

Zumba class for ladies only

Burngreave's Autumn Colours

Autumn colours around Osgathorpe Park

Personal Development Workshop: Take Control!

Workshop on personal development and self management. For young people (age 14-21) Update: Starts 8th November

African Caribbean men's prostate cancer awareness campaign

Prostate Cancer UK has funded a campaign ‘My Brother's Keeper’ to raise awareness of prostate cancer among African-Caribbean men in Sheffield.

Health Bulletin October - December 2014

This bulletin is a guide to health activities taking place in and around Burngreave and Fir Vale. The Burngreave Health Bulletin is published quarterly on behalf of the Burngreave Health Network.

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