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Archive for December, 2009

Another windfarm turned down

28th December, 2009

Dear Editor, The windfarm at Sheephouse Heights, north of  Stocksbridge has been turned down. This is short-sighted especially as the world comes … Full Story »

Sheffield hospital food problem

27th December, 2009

Dear Editor. News (Yorkshire Post 18th December) that Sheffield Teaching Hospital Trust (STH) sources just 50% of its food from … Full Story »

How to talk to Climate change skeptics

27th December, 2009

Sheffield Star and Telegraph continue to print letters from Climate Change skeptics. To respond via letters you don’t need to … Full Story »

Greens call for lower traffic speeds to encourage walking

22nd December, 2009

Sheffield Green Party has told the City Council that its pedestrian strategy should emphasise the need for lower traffic speed … Full Story »

Widespread support for 20mph

22nd December, 2009

“As a parent of two small children I successfully campaigned for traffic calming on my street. But it took years. … Full Story »

Mervyn Smith

21st December, 2009

It is with great sadness that Sheffield Green Party announce the death of Mervyn Smith. Full Story »

My Place on Lowfield Green Space

20th December, 2009

The three Central ward councillors strongly support the application for a new building and all-weather sports surface on the existing park north of Lowfield Primary school. Full Story »

Human Rights Day

17th December, 2009

On December 10th Green Party activists joined a coalition of human rights organisations including Sheffield Amnesty International, Sheffield Hallam University … Full Story »

Very bad day for local democracy

15th December, 2009

In 2007 the Labour administration announces proposals to close Wisewood school. Full Story »

“Take back control of buses” Greens tell council

15th December, 2009

Sheffield Green Party has called on the Council to make use of new legislation which will make it easier to bring in a Quality Contracts Scheme Full Story »