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  • Nether Edge and Sharrow By-election
    The candidates for the Sheffield City Council Nether Edge & Sharrow by-election, to take place on Thursday 22nd June 2017, are as follows: Shahid Ali (Liberal Democrats) Jim Steinke (Labour Party) Rob Unwin (Green Party)
  • Seventeen prosecuted for wrongful use of blue badge
    Seventeen people have been ordered to pay a total of £8,810 after wrongfully using blue badges issued to disabled relatives so they could park for free in Sheffield. Sheffield Magistrates’ Court heard on Tuesday how blue badges issued to relatives including a 90-year-old pensioner and a five-year-old school pupil had been used by motorists including […]
  • Care leavers celebrate becoming young leaders
    24 May 2017 Issued on behalf of The Brathay Trust Five care leavers from Sheffield are celebrating their progress towards becoming young leaders. The 17 to 20 year-olds have completed a six-month programme, and a four day residential in the Lake District, as part of an effective leadership qualification. Four others were also successful in […]
  • Vigil for the victims of the Manchester attack
    23 May 2017 A vigil for the victims of the Manchester attack will be held in the Peace Gardens at 6pm this evening. Speakers will include Sheffield’s Lord Mayor, Councillor Anne Murphy, and Councillor Julie Dore, Leader of Sheffield City Council. People are invited to lay flowers as a show of solidarity. A Book of […]
  • Statement following Manchester attack
    23 May 2017 Councillor Julie Dore, Leader of Sheffield City Council, said: “Sheffield stands completely united with our friends in Manchester after what is a truly horrifying and shocking attack. It is particularly barbaric that this was designed to target an event that was attended by so many children and young people and our hearts […]
  • New city-wide campaign to tackle child sexual abuse and exploitation
      Issued on behalf of NSPCC and Sheffield Safeguarding Children Board                                                                                                                                                                   22 May 2017 Today (Monday 22 May) the NSPCC and Sheffield Safeguarding Children Board will launch It’s Not Okay, a year-long campaign  to tackle child sexual abuse and exploitation. The aim of the campaign will be to educate children, parents and the wider public about abuse and […]
  • More litter louts fined by the courts
    19 May 2017 A further six people were ordered to pay out more than £2,000 in court last week, after being caught dropping litter in the streets. Each person was offered the opportunity to pay a fixed penalty at the time of the offence but they declined to do so, and so were prosecuted. During […]
  • On a dodgy date or feeling unsafe on a night out? Just Ask For Angela
    19 May 2017 We’ve all been there. Meeting someone for a first date and not sure how it will work out… But what happens if things take a turn for the worse and you start feeling uncomfortable or even unsafe? Ask For Angela is a new safety campaign starting in pubs, clubs and bars in […]
  • 21 places to go on a first date in Sheffield
    19 May 2017 Revolución de Cuba Pop World Tiger Works All Bar One SHU Hubs Octogan Bar One Coffee Revolution Foundry Interval Bar Frog and Parrot Old House Common Room Riverside Forum CHAMPS The Howard The York Corporation Bankers Draft The Leadmill These pubs, clubs and bars are all taking part in the Ask For […]
  • New run routes launched to help people find their pace in The Outdoor City
    16 May 2017 With more than 800 parks, woodlands and green spaces, Sheffield: The Outdoor City is already well known as the perfect place to walk, jog or run. But now getting out and about on the city’s trails has been made even easier, with the launch of signposted run routes at seven new locations. […]

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