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Launch of the Sheffield Community Safety Partnership Plan – 1st February!

7 Jan

South Sheffield

Dear Colleagues 

The Sheffield Safer Communities Partnership would like to invite you to the launch of the Sheffield Community Safety Partnership Plan, on 01 February 2019, 9.30am-12pm at the Circle.

 Speakers at the launch include

  • Councillor Jim Steinke, Cabinet Member for Neighbourhoods and Community Safety
  • Chief Superintendent Stuart Barton, Sheffield District Commander, South Yorkshire Police

It will be an opportunity to discuss how we can engage better with communities in Sheffield and we value your input in these discussions.

We would also like to use this as an opportunity to share much of the partnership work that goes on in Sheffield, so there will be a number of stalls around the room for you to browse and make contacts.

If you are able to attend, please could you confirm your attendance by emailing by Wednesday 23 January 2019.

Many thanks

Anti-social Behaviour & Community Safety Team

Housing and…

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Sheffield Lord Mayor brings a touch of magic to annual portraits competition

6 Jul

South Sheffield

Sheffield Lord Mayor brings a touch of magic to annual portraits competition

Magid chair

He’s made headlines for crouching on Town Hall pillars, heading up the procession at Sheffield Carnival and bringing magic into frontline politics.

Now Sheffield’s hottest property, Lord Mayor Magid Magid, is the subject of this year’s Portraits of Distinction competition as part of the annual Art in the Gardens festival.

Since becoming Lord Mayor in May, Cllr Magid has been in high demand. His Town Hall crouch picture went viral and since he has appeared in The Guardian and The Independent, on The One Show, Good Morning Britain, Sunday Politics and many more.

Now artists from Sheffield and beyond are invited to interpret Magid’s distinctive flair, style and creativity in to their own works of art and take part in this year’s competition.

Back for its 15th year, Art in the Gardens will see around 300 artists…

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Lots of activities planned for the Wadsley Festival 22nd to 24th June 2018

11 Apr

Wadsley Festival

Request a grit bin or a refill

1 Mar

North Sheffield

Request for relocating an under-used grit bin

If you would like to request a grit bin relocation then the site you are recommending would need to meet 2 or more of the following criteria:

  • the road has a drainage problem
  • the road has a steep gradient of 1 in 10 (10%)
  • there is a bad bend that has a radius of less than 50 metres
  • is on a junction
  • the road has a main entrance to sheltered housing
  • the road has a main entrance to a school
  • is in an isolated area
  • traffic signals are close (within 20m)
  • a roundabout is close (within 20m)

If your location meets 2 or more of the criteria then please fill out our online form and ask us to relocate a grit bin. This will be assessed by the Streets Ahead team at the end of the winter season, with priority given to the…

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What issues do you have in your community ? Have Your Say About your local Ward Priorities

13 Feb

North Sheffield

We would like to know what people living in Sheffield feel should be the priorities for the wards they live in.


Each year every ward in Sheffield produces a list of three or four Ward Priorities; this is your opportunity as a local resident to have your say about what they should be for your neighbourhood. The ward priorities contribute to discussions with partners on local activity so you can see from them what local councillors and partners are working towards in your area. Councillors also use the ward priorities to help them decide how they allocate ward pot money to local groups and services in the ward.

Please follow the link below to fill in the short online questionnaire; although it shouldn’t take more than about five minutes there is space to add additional comments if you want to spend more time giving a detailed response.

Click this…

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Job Vacancy – Age Better Project Co-ordinator (closing date 5th Dec 2017)

28 Nov


SOAR Community

SOAR is an award winning regeneration charity in North Sheffield which provides a number of services for the community including health, buildings management, training and support into employment.

SOAR has an exciting vacancy in our Health Team for:

Project Co-ordinator (Age Better Champions and Peer Mentors)

Maternity Cover

Full-time: 37 hours per week

Salary: £20,318 – £22,283

8% non-contributory pension

25 days annual leave entitlement & Bank holidays

 (also additional birthday leave)

inc additional key benefits. 

Maternity cover – Initial fixed contract to June 2018 (extension to October 2018 dependent on funding). 

The Project Co-ordinator will be the lead worker and named point of contact between VAS, SYHA and delivery organisations, ensuring the programmes meet their objectives, including close working with SYHA and other lead partners.

They are expected to have a good overview of the Age Better programme and the delivery requirements for each project strand. 

For more information or to request an application pack please contact:

Matilda Hind on 0114 213 4120 or

If you would like to speak to someone about this post, please contact

Guy Weston (Health Services Manager) on 0114 213 4065

Job description: Age Better Project Coordinator JD Mat Cover – 22 11 17

Closing date for applications is: Tuesday 5th December 2017 (by 12.00 midday)


Interview will be held: Friday 8th December 2017


Cancer Information Hub

3 Nov

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Workshop/Placement Open Day for people with autism, Asperger syndrome or learning disabilities – 1st Nov 2017 Bridge Street S3 8NS

27 Sep



Colley Park Improvements Consultation

24 Aug

Colley Park

Grass Sledging in Chapeltown Park

7 Aug

This is a free event is Grass Sledging , in Chapeltown Park on Wed 16th August from 1.30 to 3.30pm.

There are  6 grass sledges with caterpillar tracks and these are great fun.

Doris Denton from the Friends of Chapeltown Park said that

Hoping for good weather but don’t be disappointed if we have to cancel due to rain or high winds. All rides are at your own risk.”

Grass Sledging in Chapeltown Park