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Do They Know It’s Christmas?

December 13, 2011 by

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Since 2001, Heeley Green has seen locals gather to mark the beginning of Christmas with a Lantern Parade. Children make lanterns at school, then on the first Friday of December they are lit, the Christmas lights are switched on, and a swarm of Heeley-ites process towards Heeley Parish Church for a carol service. But not […]

Heeley Voice deadline

May 12, 2011 by

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The next New Heeley Voice is due out 10th June 2011. If you have something to promote locally or would like to advertise your organisation / business please get in touch with details before Friday 20th May. Info can be sent electronically to voice@heeleydevtrust.com or dropped off / posted to, Heeley Voice Editorial Team Heeley Development Trust, […]

Christmas Fair

November 20, 2010 by

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Just to let everyone know that the Christmas Fair is at Meersbrook Park Church NEXT SATURDAY 27th  @”2.00pm. Plenty of stalls and FATHER CHRISTMAS will be putting in an appearance. Admission is 20p It will also give people the opportunity to have look round the New Church

1st Service

October 17, 2010 by

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Today was the day. Meersbrook Park URC held the first service in their NEW Church, and it was enjoyed by a VERY full church. The Rev.d Shirley Knibbs was the Minister in charge and there were many people from out of the area and also from other Churches.  Everyone got the chance to have a […]

Chernobyl Children Visit Sheffield

October 12, 2010 by

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The Rose Café in Graves Park hosted a lively welcome party for the Chernobyl Children Life Line (CCLL) group, on Tuesday 20th July. Twelve children from the Ukraine and Belarus, will stay for a month with families in Sheffield thanks to the Sheffield Link Group set up in 2006. These children are from areas affected […]

It’s Apple Day at Carfield Farm Community Garden

October 12, 2010 by

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Carfield Farm Community Garden Carfield Farm Community Garden is an area of Meersbrook Allotments, looked after by a group of local volunteer. It’s open to everyone whenever the allotments are open, and on open days and work mornings. The garden, which is on the site where the old Carfield Farm used to stand, was rescued […]

HEELEY UNDER 10’s GRACE THE HALLOWED TURF AT WEMBLEY

October 12, 2010 by

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Heeley FC U10’s represented Sheffield FC, the World’s First Football Club in the McDonalds National Football Festival held last week at Wembley. The event took place on the hallowed turf less than 24 hours after England had defeated Hungary. Sheffield FC has started a relationship with Heeley FC as they look to return to the […]

Mums Complete Their Big Run

October 12, 2010 by

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  TWO Sheffield mums completed a 192 mile run from coast to coast from St Bees in the Lake District to Robin Hoods Bay and have raised hundreds of pounds for a cancer charity. And after their 10-day epic they both echoed: “bring it on again. We enjoyed it so much we’d definitely repeat it!” […]

News from the Woodseats and Gleadless Valley Safer Neighbourhood Teams (SNTs)

October 12, 2010 by

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  News from Inspector Ian Stubbs Earlier in the year, we told you about a week of action that was happening in June. This week of action was a partner initiative that ran from Monday 14 June to Friday 18 June. During the week, a number of targeted activities took place after police and partners […]

More News from Meersbrook Bank Primary

October 12, 2010 by

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The summer term at Meersbrook Bank School brought with it a vibrant community school fair & an admirable harvest from the Gardening Club. Sunday July 4th was another sunny day for the pupils, families & friends who took part in the beautifully organised summer fair, raising over £2000. Traditional games, arts & crafts, music & […]

Result for Newfield!

October 12, 2010 by

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There was cause for celebration at Newfield School in August 2010 when the GCSE results were announced and the Y11 students achieved 44.3% 5 A*-C including English and Maths – up nearly 13% on last year.   Results across the board were good, with one girl getting 19 A* or A grades, and 21% of […]

Newfield’s ‘BiG’ Success

October 12, 2010 by

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A group of four Newfield students – Chloe Meadows, Alice Furniss, Ellie Wise and Megan Morgan – set up a company called ‘Mace’ and have scooped the ‘Best Written Report’ prize in an annual enterprise competition organised by Sheffield City Council.  Fourteen teams from schools and colleges across Sheffield made it through to the finals […]

Sid’s Sites: Memories of Heeley by Sid Wetherill

October 12, 2010 by

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Eliza Selkirk lived in a semi-detached cottage called Ivy, the other was called Rose, they were built for the farmers labourers employed by Farmer Booker at Lees Hall at the top of Cat Lane. The stone gate posts at the top of Carr Wood are still there. His grave stone and monumental inscription can still […]

Over 50s Exercise Class at the Grapevine Centre!

October 12, 2010 by

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The Grapevine Centre will be joining with Activity Sheffield to start a gentle exercise class for people over 50.  Each week, there will be a variety of exercises and sports on offer, all geared to the abilities of the people who come.  So, no need to worry if you are short of breath , or […]