Monthly Archives: June 2015

Latest news: Council Meeting – 1st July

Over 8,000 people signed the petition against Sheffield City Council’s plans to axe our City’s trees so forcing the Council to hold a full public debate at their next full Council meeting on Wednesday 1st July.  For heads up  about … Continue reading

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Sheffield’s threatened trees

Sheffield City Council’s moratorium on axing Sheffield’s  trees is on hold for now according to Sheffield Star’s report indicates that the new rules brought in to manage trees is unlikely to result in a reprieve for much loved trees even with sensitive … Continue reading

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Help keep the ban on bee-killing pesticides

Help keep the ban on bee-killing pesticides by signing this petition to Elizabeth Truss MP, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs to ask her to decline any exemptions to the European ban on bee-killing pesticides (known as neonicotinoids) … Continue reading

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Active Ageing: Sheffield’s Pro-active approach? What’s it all about?

Active ageing is the process of optimizing opportunities for health, participation and security to enhance quality of life as people age. Active refers to continuing participation in social, economic, cultural, spiritual and civic affairs, rather than just the ability to be physically active … Continue reading

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