Burngreave Ward Public Meeting 22nd October 2015

Burngreave Ward Public Meeting

Thursday 22nd October

5.30pm to 8pm

At Burngreave Vestry Hall, Burngreave, S3 9DD

From 5.30pm – Refreshments and Workshop on increasing school places for children in Burngreave. What are your views?

Also, info stalls from Amey Streets Ahead and Activity Sheffield

From 6.00pm – Formal Public Meeting

  1. Welcome and Introductions

  2. Presentation from Dave Metcalfe from Sheffield City Council’s Inclusion and Learning Services about increasing school places in the area.

  3. An hour long session with Inspector Burgess and the Burngreave Policing Team to discuss local crime and community safety issues.

  4. Questions for councillors

Please contact the North East Locality Officer on Naomi.Hinch@sheffield.gov.uk or 0114 203 7562

Burngreave Ward Public Meeting
5:30pm to 8:00pm Thursday 22 October 2015

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