It's a great way to celebrate promotion Blades fans can get their very own club beers in now that Sheffield United has become the first major English league club to have its own artisan-brewed lager.
The first Spanish degree courses taught in Sheffield launched 100 years ago City's most renowned lawyer Herbert Hughes inspired funding scheme to help students learn modern languages in 1917 Memorial Fund gives students opportunity to study Hispanic culture and supports Sheffield's links with the Hispanic world A pioneering funding scheme that was the first of its kind to give students a chance to study Spanish at degree level is celebrating its centenary next month (May 2017).
Commenting on the preliminary UK GDP figures for Q1 2017, published today by the ONS, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -The preliminary estimate of UK GDP growth indicates that the UK economy suffered a slight loss of momentum in the first quarter of the year, following a strong end to 2016.
You are warmly invited to attend this prestigious lecture by Dr Lee Elliot Major, at 6pm on Thursday, 25 May 2017, in Lecture Theatre 1, The Diamond, The University of Sheffield, 32 Leavygreave Road, Sheffield S3 7RD.
Celebrated for its creative and digital industries, enterprising businesses, top class universities and high quality, innovative products that are exported around the globe, Sheffield's reputation as a world-leading city in which to live, work, learn and play is reaching far and wide.
As our operations throughout the country go from strength to strength, we welcome four new apprentices to our business travel teams .
A Sheffield percussion group whose members all have a disability, has been selected to perform at the Opening Ceremony of the Special Olympics Great Britain National Summer Games in Sheffield this summer.
A local charity specialising in helping homeless, vulnerable and socially excluded adults has benefitted from a £1,500 donation from Copthorne Hotel Sheffield.
Scientists discover vast networks of lakes and streams on surface of Antarctica's ice sheets Surface water drains onto ice shelves that are vulnerable to collapse Meltwater drainage is more extensive than previously thought and could accelerate ice loss as climate warms Vast lakes and streams are widespread on the surface of Antarctica's ice sheets according to new research published in Nature by an international team of scientists.