More than 100 free activity packs are to be given to children through foodbanks across the city thanks to an initiative by Sheffield Hallam University.
As we stagger towards the end of a difficult year, lots of people’s hopes have been placed on Christmas, as a time for Covid restrictions to change and families to spend time together; however risky and unsettling that feels after months of staying apart.
Commenting on the introduction of ‘Tier 4’ of Coronavirus restrictions in England, with many businesses once again forced to close their doors from 20th December, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said:
Over the past 12 months, Sheffield City Council, alongside our Strategic Development Partner Queensberry, have been incredibly busy on Heart of the City.
Sheffield Hallam University has received a Global Distinction award from the world’s leading and largest professional body of management accountants.
During the first national lockdown of the Covid pandemic earlier this year, and subsequent social restrictions, thousands of volunteers provided a vital lifeline for many vulnerable people throughout an unprecedented time of anxiety & social restrictions.
Secure technologies provider ISDM Solutions has unveiled a rebrand as well as a brand new website, designed and built by digital agency The SEO Works.
Henry Boot PLC has pledged its support to some of the most vulnerable members of society this Christmas by donating thousands of pounds to food banks across the UK.
A busy team of elves from Sheffield solicitors, Taylor&Emmet LLP, have been collecting toys for children facing Christmas in hospital.