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Job Vacancy with Heeley Development Trust

December 13, 2011 by


We have an exciting job vacancy available at Heeley Development Trust for an Events and Involvement Organiser.  The post is part of  the £500,000 transformation of the Millennium Park.  For some background information,  please take a look at the press coverage of the project: Community Spaces Announcement Sheffield Telegraph Sheffield Star You can download more […]

A secret Japanese garden in Sheffield opens

July 18, 2010 by


By Andy kershaw BBC Sheffield & South Yorkshire   Article published on BBC website, Tuesday 13th July 2010 – Volunteers in Sheffield are continuing to transform a walled garden into a peaceful, flourishing oasis of colour. The Victorian walled garden in Meersbrook Park was for many years used a council car park and dump but […]

Scheme of the Month – ReCycle Bikes, Sheffield

June 3, 2010 by


  ReCycle Bikes have been chosen as Cycling England ‘Scheme of the Month’ for June 2010.        ReCycleBikes is a bicycle recycling project run by the Heeley Development Trust in Sheffield.    Starting as a small, sustainable business in 2001 it has evolved to include youth training, adult evening cycle maintenance classes, new and refurbished bike sales, […]

Sheffield park project gets £450K from Big Lottery Fund

May 15, 2010 by

0 Tuesday, 30 March 2010 13:35 UK A community project in Sheffield has been awarded £450,000 by the Big Lottery Fund to develop its local park. The Heeley Development Trust which owns the Millennium Park bid for the money from the Community Spaces programme. The programme gives grants to local groups to create or improve […]

Heeley Online Centre – ‘Net offers lifeline for nonliners’

March 16, 2010 by


    Ten years ago a job seeker would have gone to a job centre to find work, a hobbyist might have joined an evening class to pursue a love of art and a person struggling to pay their bills may have turned to social services. Now they go online.          There is still a digital divide […]