If you would like to find out about what’s going on in your area and how you can get involved then come to one of the local forums…
Venue: MDC Community Room, 40 Alison Crescent, Sheffield S2
Meeting dates: The last Wednesday of each month
For details contact: Dawn Dale 0114 278 9999
Park Community Action
Venue : Park Centre, Samson Street , Sheffield, S2 5QT
Meeting dates: The second Friday of each month 9.30-11.30am
For details contact Park Centre 0114 2739611
Wybourn be heard
is a community Facebook Page which was created from a group of active local residents who met to create a positive change in the Wybourn community. The page links local people to services and organisations in the area and gives an opportunity to voice concerns and promote positive activity. You can access meeting dates and minutes from the Wybourn & Skye Edge Action Group forum
MCDT & the local forums have been working in partnership with Park Academy to focus on community cohesion.
Dawn Dale is working towards setting up a group for parents from the Manor & Wybourn community to discuss some of the issues that we all face as a family when our children make the transition to secondary school, it will be a safe place to discuss worries and concerns that your children may be having and a place where parents can get the support to find the answers to any questions or concerns you may have.
This group will be open to anyone who has a child who may be making the transition to Park Academy, or has recently gone onto secondary school. However we are also looking for Parents of children who have already gone through the experience and would like to share their experience and offer support.
To get involved or for more details please contact Dawn Dale on 0114 2521037
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