Please help save De Hood Community!!

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De Hood Community Project needs to secure a long term lease on it's existing premises "The Old Prince Edward School Buildings" at Manor Top from Sheffield City Council.

The Council would like to demolish the building and grant planning permission to build another Retail Park. 

We are looking for your support so can that we can continue to grow the project and make a difference to the local community, however without a lease on the building the future for De Hood is up in the air.

The project has made a massive impact on the local community both young and old and provides a number of much needed community based activities for the local people to engage.

Boxing & Fitness, MMA, Karate, Dance & Drama, Football & Basketball, Weight Loss & Obesity Programmes, Drug & Alcohol Support & Rehabilitation, Education Programmes, Ex Offenders Support Groups, Working with Job Centre and getting people back into work, Food bank, Community Breakfasts, Community Centre, Youth Club, Mental Health and Wellbeing Support for the vulnerable the list goes on and on!

The project is run by volunteers with the motto "For the people by the people"

Since the project started over 6 years ago South Yorkshire Police have reported that crime has dropped by up to 60% and South Yorkshire Fire Service have reported that Arson/Fires have halved.

We need the people of Sheffield to support our petition to have the building transferred as an Asset of Community Value and the granting of long term lease so that the project can carry on the good work.

Please help us achieve our goal, your vote will help make a difference!

"De Hoods all about brining people together today for a better tomorrow"

Thank you - De Hood Family.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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