Taylor&Emmet LLP is expanding its Bakewell office with the appointment of a business legal specialist who has a passion for all things agricultural especially cows! Natalie Linehan has joined the Sheffield-based solicitors to handle commercial property matters, particularly in relation to agricultural law, such as land sales and lease renewals.
The incredible Elvis Presley Tribute 'Mark Summers' is set to bring you a night of spectacular entertainment! Mark will have you rocking & rolling out of your chair as the dreamy character brings to life all of the amazing classics of the one and only Elvis.
No1 Spandau Ballet Tribute band, True Gold, know how to take you straight back to the 80s as they live and breathe Spandau Ballet! They'll also be joined by Brooke Waddle who was a recent hit on TV programme The Voice.
The Placement & Graduate Jobs Fair for STEM subjects brings together over 1900 students across a wide range of science, engineering, technology and maths subjects! This is a great opportunity to boost your profile on campus and promote summer and year-long internships and graduate jobs to students across all years.
The Placement & Graduate Jobs Fair for all degree subjects is an opportunity to meet with students across all degree disciplines and years who are actively looking for summer and year-long placement opportunities and graduate jobs.
Book your place at the Law fair to meet more than 500 students from all years of study who are interested in a career in law! The fair will take place in the the Octagon Centre, right at the heart of the University campus and just next door to the Students' Union and attracts students and graduates across disciplines looking for opportunities in the legal sector.
Almost 30% of businesses have seen an increase in the number of staff taking time off for mental health reasons, according to a survey conducted by leading business organisation British Chambers of Commerce, and Aviva, the UK's largest insurer.
Study shows a strong relationship between a person's current crime fears and their political generation People who grew up under the leadership of Margaret Thatcher or John Major expressed the greatest fear about domestic burglary the same generation that witnessed a dramatic rise in property crime during the 1980s Those who grew up during the governments of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown reported the highest level of concern about local problems including vandalism, teenagers loitering and noisy neighbours A new study led by the University of Sheffield indicates that the different political periods in which people 'came of age' has an important influence on their perception of crime, even decades later.