ITV Calendar Interview BHM2020

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For Black History Month 2020, ITV Calendar made a short film about our walking group. Reporter Lisa Adlam spoke to Maxwell Ayamba, our project coordinator and Mark Hutchinson, one of SEM’s Trustees. Mark and Maxwell spoke about how and why our first walking group was formed and the importance of BME involvement in green spaces.

The film was broadcast on Thursday 1 October 2020.

See a clip from the film clip on the ITV Calendar Website (Please Note – this link will open a new webpage.)

CPRE Magazine Interview

The Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) magazine has published an interview with Maxwell Ayamba.

You can find the interview in which Maxwell reflects on his role at SEM and the need to improve BAME access to rural spaces, in the summer 2020 issue of  CPRE Countryside Voices magazine,

Thanks to The Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) magazine.

 

 

 

60 miles for 60 years

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The fantastic Joanna Dobson is organising this fundraising appeal on behalf of SHEFFIELD ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT.

Her fundraiser called “60 miles for 60 years” and she says that; ” This year I will celebrate my sixtieth birthday, and over the next few months, I want to raise £600 for SEM by walking sixty miles, one for every year of my life.”

Joanna believes in the positive effects of rural spaces and wants to help BAMER groups access  countryside activities.

Joanna whole heartedly supports us in our work and states on her fundraiser page that; ” The Sheffield Environmental Movement (SEM) is an amazing organisation that does all kinds of things to make it easier for BAMER people to get involved in environmental activities.”

Please support her good work.

Donations are eligible for Gift Aid.

Heritage Fund July 2020

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Sheffield Environmental Movement has received 9,574 National Lottery support to help
address the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on heritage

Read our July press release.

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