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SUFC – Premier League Kicks football coaching on Bingham Park (former tennis courts)

25 Oct

Sheffield United will deliver two coaching sessions on Bingham Park;

Tuesday 29th October 1pm – 3pm

Thursday 31st October 1pm – 3pm

please bring suitable footwear along with kit.

Bingham Park

Ward Pots Available To Support Local Groups, Activities and Projects

13 Sep

The Councillors’ Ward Pots aim to support stronger, successful communities by making grants available to local voluntary, community, and self-help groups and projects that want to make a difference in their local community and which contribute to at least one of the ward priorities.

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Photo of Fulwood Councillors Andrew Sangar and Sue Alston at this years Hallam Community Fete. Ward Pot money helped fund some of the activities offered at this years event.

See full details here if you are interested in finding out more about the Ward Pot grants https://bit.ly/2NJhjWS 

 

 

 

Ecclesall Forum Begin Wild Flower Planting on Ecclesall Road South

9 May

Volunteers began the wild flower preparation and sewing outside Henry Boot on Ecclesall Road South yesterday. The flowers brightened up Ecclesall Road last year and with funding from the South West Ward Pots, the area of wild flowers is to be extended.

Henry Boot have supported the work of the Forum, donating towards the initiative, and yesterday they kindly loaned Malcolm came to assist with the wild seed planting.

If you are interested in local issues and helping the Ecclesall neighbourhood, Ecclesall Forum hold monthly meetings on the 2nd Wednesday of every month at 7pm at the Ecclesall Library. 

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From left; Malcolm from Henry Boot PLC, Shiela Wigmore of Ecclesall Forum, Councillor Roger Davison and Paul May of Ecclesall Forum.

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South West Ward Priorities 2017/18

22 Sep

Every year each of the four wards that make up the South West area produces a set of Ward Priorities. The South West Councillors have refreshed their Ward Priorities for 2017/18. The refreshing of the priorities may result in some minor changes. The Ward Councillors with the support of the Locality Officer will outline 3 or 4 local priorities and work on developing, supporting and delivering activity that contributes to achieving the actions identified under each of the ward priorities.

The ward priorities have been informed by the local community, advice from service providers and local statistics, which all contribute towards outlining the Ward Priorities for each of the four wards in the South West Area.

The ward priorities will help to provide the legal justification for Councillors decisions about how they allocate the Ward Pot. They will also be used to inform local people about what their local Councillors and partners are working towards. Ward Priorities will be refreshed on an annual basis following local consultation.

Crookes & Crosspool Ward Priorities 2017

Dore & Totley Ward Priorities 2017

Ecclesall Ward Priorities 2017

Fulwood Ward Priorities 2017

Have your say – Ecclesall Ward

31 May

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Ward Priorities Survey: https://sheffield.citizenspace.com/communities-business-strategy/wardpriorities/

 

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Fulwood Ward – Traffic and Parking Meeting

20 Feb

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Have Your Say About Ward Priorities

14 Feb

We would like to know what people living in Sheffield feel should be the priorities for the wards they live in.

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Each year every ward in Sheffield produces a list of three or four Ward Priorities; this is your opportunity as a local resident to have your say about what they should be for your neighbourhood. The ward priorities contribute to discussions with partners on local activity so you can see from them what local councillors and partners are working towards in your area. Councillors also use the ward priorities to help them decide how they allocate ward pot money to local groups and services in the ward.

Please follow the link below to fill in the short online questionnaire; although it shouldn’t take more than about five minutes there is space to add additional comments if you want to spend more time giving a detailed response.

https://sheffield.citizenspace.com/communities-business-strategy/wardpriorities

Click this link to see the current Ward Priorities for the South West Area.

South West Area Ward Priorities 2016/17

10 Oct

Every year each of the four wards that make up the South West area produces a set of Ward Priorities. The South West Councillors have refreshed their Ward Priorities for 2016/17. The refreshing of the priorities may result in some minor changes. The Ward Councillors with the support of the Locality Officer will outline 3 or 4 local priorities and work on developing, supporting and delivering activity that contributes to achieving the actions identified under each of the ward priorities.

The ward priorities have been informed by the local community, advice from service providers and local statistics, which all contribute towards outlining the Ward Priorities for each of the four wards in the South West Area.

The ward priorities will help to provide the legal justification for Councillors decisions about how they allocate the Ward Pot. They will also be used to inform local people about what their local Councillors and partners are working towards. Ward Priorities will be refreshed on an annual basis following local consultation.

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Dore & Totley Ward Small Grants are open!

24 Jun

I am pleased to announce the Dore & Totley Ward Small Grants are now open for applications. Please find the links to the Application Pack below. The pack contains the:

– application form,

– guidance booklet,

– signature and conditions form,

– ward priorities; and

– monitoring form

The deadline for applications is the Friday the 10th July 2015. A total of £1,478 is available for small grants with the purpose of meeting the ward priorities.  The minimum amount you can apply for is £250 and the maximum amount is £500.

Please read the guidance booklet carefully to ensure that your group is eligible to receive funding before you fill in the form. If you are unsure about your project and want to discuss it further please contact the Voluntary Sector Liaison Team on 0114 273 4631 or email wardpots@sheffield.gov.uk

Please help us to publicise this grants round by forwarding this information on to other organisations / community groups in the Dore & Totley ward.

Ward Pot Small Grants Application Form 2015-16

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Ward Pot Small Grants Guidance 2015-16

Ward Pot Small Grants Monitoring Form 2015-16

Ward Pot Small Grants Signature and Conditions Form 2015-16

SOUTH WEST WARD PRIORITIES

23 Oct

Every year each of the four Wards that make up the South West area produce Ward Priorities. Local Ward Councillors have refreshed their Ward Priorities for 2014/15. The refreshing of the priorities may result in small changes, large changes or no changes at all. The Ward Councillors with the support of the Locality Officer have outlined 3 or 4 local priorities that the Councillors have agreed to work/focus on together. The priorities have been informed by the local community, advice from service providers and local statistics, which all contribute towards outlining the Ward Priorities for each of the four wards in the South West Area.

The ward priorities will help to provide the legal justification for Councillors decisions about how they allocate the Ward Pot. They will also be used to inform local people about what their local Councillors and partners are working towards. Ward Priorities will be refreshed on an annual basis following local consultation.

The South West Ward priorities for 2014/15 are attached below:

Crookes Ward Priorities summary

Dore & Totley Ward Priorities summary

Ecclesall Ward Priorities summary

Fulwood Ward Priorities summary