There’s been progress at Sum Studios, with work starting on the remaining 2 derelict buildings, Recycle Bikes have launched a new DIY ‘Bike Kitchen’ in Attercliffe and the Sheffield Antiques Quarter kick off their crowd funding campaign to put the Quarter well and truly on the map.
The December issue includes lots of articles about local people – hear tales of the fundraising efforts of Team Lightning, the sad closure of Honey Pie Tea Room and how a local lollipop lady is supporting childrens education in Goa.
You’ll also find a celebration of achievement at local adult learning classes, and comprehensive listings of next terms Adult Community Learning provision in venues across Heeley and Abbeydale – the courses fill up quickly so get in touch soon if you (or family / friends) want to enrol on one (see page 10)
There’s also a review of the 2nd Big Boulder Music and Arts Festival that took place in September plus details of how you can support next years event at upcoming ‘Big Boulder Rolls On‘ fundraising gigs at The Heeley Institute.
The next issue of the Voice will be out early March 2014 – so if you have things to include or you’d like to write an article for us then let us know (email@example.com or 0114 2500613)