Archaeologists set to uncover remains of Sheffield Castle as part of urban regeneration project City-wide collaboration is using Sheffield's forgotten medieval heritage to inspire future regeneration University of Sheffield architecture students develop designs for use of castle site to boost business, investment and tourism Findings also being used to enhance a virtual reality experience which will enable people to 'see' the castle for first time in almost 400 years A team of archaeologists is set to reveal the lost remains of Sheffield Castle as part of a project that could be used to help regenerate part of the city.
Irwin Mitchell is joining the 11% of law firms who make unconscious bias training consistently available to colleagues, as part of efforts to make the legal industry more inclusive.
A unique project in Sheffield is delivering a lasting sporting, health and wellbeing legacy six years on from the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
As the region basks in a prolonged period of good weather, here at Alex Gage, we're alerting people to the danger that the sun's rays pose to eye health.
The deadline date for applications to this year's Sheffield Business Awards is fast approaching and organisers, Sheffield Chamber of Commerce, are urging all business to apply before the 3rd September 2018.
The annual Weston Park Cancer Charity golf day, sponsored by Special Steel Group, has raised over £37,000 pounds for Weston Park Hospital the region's only specialist cancer hospital.
Study provides first insight into the impact of closing emergency departments on both patients and other emergency services Research found no reliable evidence that closure of emergency departments led to more deaths But closing emergency departments and re-organising emergency services didn't improve outcomes for patients either The closure of emergency departments does not lead to more deaths, a new study from the University of Sheffield has found.