Magid appointed hip-hop artist Otis Mensah as Sheffield’s first Poet Laureate

Broomhill & Sharrow Vale – November / December 2018

11th November 2018

Magid supports local charities Cllr Magid Magid aims to help and inspire people of all ages and backgrounds as Lord…

Rob Unwin at Nether Edge Rd playstreet

Nether Edge & Sharrow – Nov / Dec 2018

11th November 2018

The latest news from Nether Edge & Sharrow Greens

Green action – October 3rd Council

2nd October 2018

Green councillors are raising issues including the successful campaign to keep the Walk-in Centre and Minor Injuries Unit open, tackling modern slavery and abuse, and a people’s vote on Brexit

Cllr Martin Phipps at the Walk-in Centre

Greens Welcome Walk-In Centre U-turn

14th September 2018

Green councillors welcome news that planned closures of these vital public services have been dropped

Douglas Johnson

Greens welcome drinking water project

30th May 2018

Green Party councillors are welcoming a simple project to encourage the public to drink more water and use fewer plastic bottles.

Kaltum Rivers campaigning to save the Minor Injuries Unit

CCG plans for better access to GPs are flawed

29th January 2018

Sheffield Green Party welcomes the aim of better access to GPs but says the CCG’s proposals on “urgent care” are not credible.

Dentist

Dental health is strongly linked with inequality

19th January 2018

More children are having rotten teeth taken out. The number of multiple tooth extractions from children’s mouths has been increasing over the last five years.

Kaltum Rivers

Broomhill needs a plan for traffic and parking

15th January 2018

We know there is huge support for a publicly funded, free at the point of use, NHS. The suggested free…

Douglas Johnson

Cllr Douglas Johnson’s contribution to Telegraph Voices this week

22nd December 2017

Cllr Johnson gives Sheffield Green Party’s view on the Urgent Care Proposals

Sheffield Save Our NHS banner

Greens oppose Minor Injuries Unit closure

15th December 2017

Proposals to close the Minor Injuries Unit (MIU) at the Hallamshire Hospital and the Walk-In Centre on Broad Lane may work for accountants looking at spreadsheets.