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New Heeley Voice
Trust publishes a community magazine, The
New Heeley Voice, 4 times a year. The content is contributed by the local
community and it is distributed entirely free of charge around the Heeley,
Arbourthorne, Lowfield, Norton Lees and Meersbrook areas of Sheffield. It is also available to view online at www.heeleyonline.org
more information, contact Simon Bartles on 0114 2500 613
A community-owned and managed park, designed by local people, mostly built
or planted by local people and held in trust for local people by Heeley Development
Trust for the next 110 years!
more information, contact Thom White or Bev Nunn (Events and Involvment Organiser) on 0114 2500 613
Heeley Development Trust is a flagship UK
Online Centre, offering free drop-in computer and internet access on Tuesdays,
Wednesdays and Thursday morning. We also run formal IT courses such as Computers for Beginners, Digital Imaging, Spreadsheets etc, depending on demand. Contact us if you want to put your name down on our interest lists.
more information, contact Maxine Bowler
on 0114 2500 613 ext 222.
was established in 2000 and became part of Heeley Development Trust in the
winter of 2005. Based next door to the Trust in Ash Tree Yard, ReCycle currently
has 4 major strands to the project: Youth Training, Adventure Days, Workshop
Services and Secondhand Bike Sales.
For more information,
contact Paul Allard or Karlos Dearman on 0114 250 7717