Streets Ahead Pavement Resurfacing Work – Duchess Road
We are due to start pavement resurfacing work on Duchess Road week commencing Monday 12 October for approximately 1 week and need to close one lane of the road in order to carry out the work safely. Our planned working hours will be between 9.30am and 3.30pm.
Please note that there will be no on-street parking during working hours. Vehicles left on-street may be towed away and you will need to pay a fee to have your vehicle released.
Temporary road signs will be displayed 5 days before work starts, stating the date of work and parking restrictions on your road. Pedestrian access and access for emergency vehicles will be maintained at all times.
Please note that our schedule is heavily dependent on the weather and can be affected by unforeseen circumstances. If we need to make any changes we will update the temporary road signs.
For the latest updates please visit www.sheffield.gov.uk/citysouth or follow on twitter @sccstreetsahead #SAA12.
We appreciate that any disruption can be frustrating and thank you for your understanding whilst these important works are completed
You can find out more about the Forum on our web pages
Melanie Rice, Development Officer
Tel: 0114 273 5299
Mobile: 0781 471 2211
Top row far left: Cllr Robert Johnson Top row far right: Cllr Josie Paszek
Hillsborough Ward Councillors with Sheffield FC under 16’s girls and managers
Message from Sheffield FC under 16’s Manager – Michael Neville (pictured bottom row far left)
On behalf of everyone at Sheffield FC under 16’s girls we would like to say a massive thank you to the Sheffield City Council for approving our grant of £660 from the local ward pot fund to help us pay for our home games at the Jubilee Sports and Social Club on Claywheels Lane.
Funds are extremely difficult to find when running a football team, there is only so many times you can get to do a bag packing session or run a raffle during a home game and the outgoings for both winter training costs and pitch fees for home games can amount to around £1,700 for the season.
The Sheffield FC players have been great in the past at raising money for our club and we will continue to do so this season, but the funding we have been successful in gaining from the Sheffield City Council will now place us in the best financial position we have ever been in and we are truly grateful for this.
At times girl’s football can be overlooked in relation to boy’s football by means of finances and support. We at Sheffield FC aim to build a legacy of girls football within the Sheffield 6 area to continually introduce and develop girls football teams from a young age and take them through to the under 18’s and onwards.
Have Your Say – Public Consultation
There is just over under one week left to have your say on tomorrow’s public transport. The public consultation will close on Sunday 4th October 2015.
How to take part
The easiest way to take part is online at www.sypte.co.uk/haveyoursay. Paper copies are available at Customer Service Desks at Interchanges. We still have a couple of drop in sessions for customers who would like help completing the form or have a question to ask the team.
||Tuesday 29 September
||15.00 – 17.30
||Thursday 1 October
||8.00 – 10.30
||Friday 2 October
||8.00 – 10.30
It being undertaken on behalf of the Sheffield City Region Combined Authority Transport Committee and is focusing on the areas of concessionary travel, supported bus services and travel information.
The purpose of this consultation is to inform policy decisions that SYPTE may have to take in the future and provide customers with the best possible offering within the funds available.
To view details visit: Current vacancies at SYP
||Any regional base (Sheffield, Northallerton, Wakefield or Melton)
||£33,264 – £37,191
||Monday, 12 October, 2015
|IS Asset & Technical Commercial Manager
||Melton or Nunnery Square
||£39,129 – £43,041
||Wednesday, 7 October, 2015
|OPCC Finance Officer
||Monday, 5 October, 2015
||Thursday, 31 December, 2015
||£15,330 – £17,370
||Friday, 9 October, 2015
A host of community groups across Sheffield have been shortlisted for a share of £81,000 from a building society.
Skipton Building Society’s ‘Grassroots Giving Campaign’ has attracted a record number of applications from community groups all across the UK this year.
Six from Sheffield are among 304 shortlisted for the cash.
The groups now need members of the public to vote for them to be one of 162 organisations chosen to receive a £500 donation.
The local groups include:
Steel City Wanderers
Rivelin Valley Conservation Group
University of Sheffield Athletics and Cross Country Club
Woodseats Allotment Society
Sheffield Hillsborough Hawks
Broomhill Community Library Garden Group.
Each group has an online profile, via Skipton’s Grassroots Giving Campaign website, with further information detailing how the cash would benefit their work.
Votes can be cast at www.skiptongrg.co.uk before October 12th October.