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Come along to our fundraising day where we will be selling a range of hanging baskets and potted plants to fund our community activities.The sale starts at 10.00am in the morning and finishes at 2.00pm so there is plenty of time to pop in and find a nice basket for the outside of your home.For more information about the day contact...
  ROYAL ARMOURIES TRIPMONDAY 29TH OCTOBER 2012 For 8 - 13 year oldsFREE half term activityPlaces are limited so will be booked on a first  come  first served basis.To book  your  place you will need to pick up  a booking form from our office at  12 Ulley Road, S13 8BB  or from our shop...
On 12th May Woodthorpe Development Trust will be teaming up with members of Hope City Church and our community to help make Woodthorpe a place we can all be proud of! We'd love you to be involved.  If you're a local resident and want to be a part of making Woodthorpe better then we want to talk to you.  We're looking...
Woodthorpe Development Trust Chair Larry Angel MBE has recently been elected as the Chair of Sheffield Works Sports Association (Bowling Section).  Larry and his wife Anne have been keen bowlers for 20 years and play an active role in Richmond Park bowling club.Larry said "I am very proud to accept this role, and look forward...
The government is wanting to put more power into the hands of people and communities when it comes down to what happens in the places we live.  Part of the government's plan is to introduce something called Neighbourhood Planning. Neighbourhood planning is a new way for communities to shape the future of the places they...
Did you know that Sheffield is one of three cities in the UK to be singled out by the government in relation their Olympic Legacy Programme?The Olympic Legacy programme aims, as the name suggests is about making sure that after the 2012 Olymic Games, there is a lasting effect which can be felt by communities across the city over the next...
Click on the link below to download your digital copy of 'Together' the East Community Assembly Winter Newsletter and find out all about what's going on in our local area.
The East Community Assembly Winter Newsletter for 2012 
People from all across the Richmond Ward came to take part in the annual Christmas Wreath making morning at Richmond Pavilion. Despite it being very cold around 30 local people gathered together to create amazing decorations for their front doors using natural and man made materials. The event organised by the Friends of Richmond Park...
Members of a Flower Arranging class organised by Friends of Richmond Park were lucky recipients of Christmas Food Hampers that were being distributed by Woodthorpe Development Trust in a true partnership approach across the area. The food items were donated by generous Woodthorpe Primary School pupils and their families to their Harvest...