Information for Bradway and S17
This page contains announcements and items of immediate interest. For more news articles, please go to the News page. Explore the other pages for bus and train timetables and much more.
To join Bradway Action Group please go to the Membership page for an application or renewal form.
June 16th – BAG member Alan Kewley has alerted us to all the information, including developments within the council since the statutory referendum on 6th May, available on the website:-
Sheffield for Democracy is an informal group set up by local campaigners who seek to engage and encourage greater participation of the public in democracy. They are not politically aligned to any party.
June 11th - Beat the Street is a fun, free initiative that will see Sheffield transformed into a giant game! It challenges us to see how far you can walk, cycle, run, scoot and roll in just 6 weeks. There are great challenges to enjoy and prizes up for grabs. Full details are at:-
One "clue" has already been spotted on Rosamond Avenue.
June 9th - The national Boundaries Commission has issued draft proposals to parliamentary constituency boundaries, which can be viewed at:
Boundaries Commission initial proposals for consultation
Hallam constituency is mostly preserved unchanged, but would gain a little piece of Lower Bradway which the last review of council wards moved back into Dore & Totley.
June 6th - The latest details of bus fares, effective from tomorrow, are now on our "Bus and Train information" page alongside the current timetables.
June 4th - BAG member Alan Kewley has suggested that some Bradway residents may welcome an opportunity to hear the latest on how far our new City Council had progressed with the revised structures demanded by the Referendum result on 6-May. A debate on the topic can be viewed at https://festivalofdebate.com/2021/power-to-the-people-reviving-sheffields-local-democracy. A consultation process will now follow. At present, the BAG committee have no plans to become involved.
If this issue does become a point of political tension at the council then BAG, being non-political, will not comment further.
Health and Well being Profile
This profile gives a snapshot overview of key Health and Well Being indicators in Bradway, with comparisons to the city of Sheffield – 2012 data. You can follow links to compare with other neighbourhoods and see how well Bradway rates against other areas. Details for Dore & Totley Ward are available here for 2013. Sadly, budget cuts have prevented production of more up to date statistics since 2013.