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Link to Have your say about Early Years in Sheffield

Have your say about Early Years in Sheffield

7th January, 2013

Download and circulate this leaflet Parents and Carers Please Go Along and Have Your Say About Early Years in Sheffield … Full Story »

Link to Sign the petition to stop the cuts in early years support

Sign the petition to stop the cuts in early years support

7th January, 2013

Please sign this petition. We the undersigned recognise that Sheffield’s Community Nurseries and Children’s Centres provide universal, culturally sensitive, high … Full Story »

Link to Councillor Creasy presents cheque to Homeless and Rootless at Christmas

Councillor Creasy presents cheque to Homeless and Rootless at Christmas

19th December, 2012

Councillor Jillian Creasy presents a cheque for £400 on behalf of Central Community Assembly   to HARC (Homeless and Rootless at … Full Story »

Link to Greens call for second homes tax windfall to help the poorest

Greens call for second homes tax windfall to help the poorest

18th December, 2012

Sheffield Green Party has called for the £2m raised by ending council tax discounts for owners of empty homes to … Full Story »

Link to Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign

Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign

16th December, 2012

Please sign the petition for the Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign. Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign The Orgreave Truth and … Full Story »

Link to Greens criticise Labour for lack of leadership in protecting early years services

Greens criticise Labour for lack of leadership in protecting early years services

12th December, 2012

The Green Party will be supporting children, parents and providers protesting about Labour’s plans for early years services (Surestart children’s … Full Story »

Link to Green Party makes fresh call for rethink on City Centre regeneration

Green Party makes fresh call for rethink on City Centre regeneration

10th December, 2012

The Green Party has challenged the administration to rethink its plans for the city centre, but the Labour administration, backed … Full Story »

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