Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice is backing calls on the government to urgently provide detailed guidance for families of seriously ill children, after new research revealed they are feeling more isolated than ever despite the easing of lockdown.
The British Chambers of Commerce has called for “swift, substantial and immediate action” to bolster the economy, as its Quarterly Economic Survey (QES)
Sheffield City Council, has launched ‘Make Yourself at Home’ - a new initiative to help support the businesses and communities of Sheffield.
Commenting ahead of the Prime Minister’s speech in the West Midlands, in which he will announce a ‘New Deal for Britain’, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said:
New powers and millions of pounds in new funding are coming to South Yorkshire this summer, as the region’s landmark devolution deal is agreed.
Charles H Coward Ltd are thrilled to announce that they have been crowned the Yorkshire Family Business of the Year at the #FBOTY2020 awards.
The Sheffield College has achieved a national quality mark for the careers education, information, advice and guidance provided to its students.
The University of Sheffield ranked top in Yorkshire and Humber, second amongst all northern universities and 13th in the Russell Group for the percentage of employed graduates who are in ‘highly skilled employment.’
Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice is to benefit from an exciting new partnership between M&S Food and leading UK children’s charity Together for Short Lives.