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Southey Ward by-election result

Town Hall in Sheffield City Centre.

Thursday 4 May 2017 Today’s Southey Ward by-election result. Name of Candidate Description Votes BROWN Philip Liberal Democrats  706 CHAPLIN Mike Labour Party  1594 HARDS Andrew Philip Green Party  97 KEEN Carol Women’s Equality Party  40 OGLE Dave UK Independence Party (UKIP)  593 SOUTHCOTT Jason The Conservative Party Candidate  388 WARRENDER Jim The Yorkshire Party  46   Turnout: 24.8%

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No closure of children’s centres, as council proposes improved services

 4 May 2017 Families are set to be the focus of changes to children services in Sheffield. In plans set to be discussed by Sheffield City Council’s cabinet committee on Wednesday, May 10, children centres will open up their services to children from pre-birth to 25 years old to make sure our services meet the needs of families, children and ...

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Road closures for Blades Bus Tour and Civic Reception

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Tuesday 2 May 2017 As fans gather to celebrate Sheffield United’s promotion to the Championship, city centre road closures are now in place at: Surrey Street/Norfolk Street junction Norfolk Row/Norfolk Street Fargate Leopold Street (West Street junction) Pinstone Street Burgess Street (Barkers Pool House) Holly Street/Balm Green We expect these road closures will remain until 9:30pm but will open them ...

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Ask For Angela: Bar safety campaign starts in Sheffield

Rebecca Vardy at the Frog and Parrot on Division Street will be helping customers who Ask For Angela

2 May 2017 A campaign is starting in Sheffield to support safe dating and tackle sexual harassment in pubs, bars and clubs. ‘Ask For Angela’ encourages people to discreetly ask for help from bar staff if they are feeling unsafe or uncomfortable. This might be whilst on a date or if they are getting unwanted attention. Asking For Angela at ...

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100 days until the Special Olympics National Games come to Sheffield


1 May 2017 Release originally published by Special Olympics Great Britain With just 100 days until the Special Olympics National Games come to Sheffield, a flag is flying proudly above Sheffield United’s Bramall Lane Stadium – which will host the opening ceremony in front of a predicted 20,000-strong audience on 8 August 2017. The green flag is to recognise the ...

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