October 2015 news

Burngreave Cemetery Mushroom Walk

Burngreave Cemetery Mushroom Walk

Burngreave Ward Public Meeting 22nd October 2015

Burngreave ward meeting details 22.10.2015

Community Skills Swap

Details of Community Skills Swap

Doctor Bike

help with bike repairs at Adventure playground

Employment drop in sessions

Employment drop in sessions at Burngreave Childrens Centre

Fire and road safety roadshow

Fire and road safety roadshow at Tesco 24.10.15.

Firth Park Winter Wonderland 2015

Details of Winter Wonderland event at Firth Park

Green Homes Sheffield tours on 11th October in Burngreave

Sunday 11th October 2015: Open day for green homes in Burngreave

Halloween 2015 at Firth Park

Halloween 2015 at Firth Park activities

Halloween 2015 at Firth Park

Halloween 2015 at Firth Park activities

Inspire (UK) Care vacancy for care worker

Inspire (UK) Care job vacancy for care worker

Love food, hate waste

Details of Love food, Hate waste event.

Muggings in Burngreave Cemetery

Over the past week, two muggings have taken place in Burngreave Cemetery in broad daylight.

New Primary and Secondary school places

Council information on new school programme

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