The leading business organisation’s weekly tracker poll, which serves as a barometer of the pandemic’s impact on businesses and the effectiveness of government support measures
Thousands of older and vulnerable people in Sheffield are being supported to stay physically active during the coronavirus lockdown as part of a partnership project led by academics at Sheffield Hallam University.
Commenting on the Chancellor’s announcement of the Bounce Back loans scheme for micro businesses, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said:
An award winning Sheffield College lecturer is applying his engineering skills to manufacturing vital protective equipment for the NHS.
Commenting on the Education & Skills Funding Agency’s announcement of a post-16 provider relief scheme which will seek to continue education and training during the coronavirus pandemic, BCC Head of People Policy Jane Gratton said:
Sheffield City Trust is continuing to make a real difference to Sheffield food banks. Yesterday, the health and wellbeing charity donated food supplies to Sharrow Community Forum’s foodbank.