Academics at Sheffield Hallam University are helping hospitality companies in the Sheffield City Region prepare for a future after Covid-19 with a series of free webinars.
Gripple appears in three Made in Sheffield Awards’ shortlists – Apprentice of the Year, Training Programme of the Year and the overall Made in Sheffield Award.
Educational Publisher, Twinkl, has released an electronic book (ebook) which focuses on the experiences that children in Sheffield may have faced during lockdown and the emotions they may experience when returning to school in the coming months.
A fortnight ago golf courses across Sheffield opened their doors for the first time in months. After many weeks of limited exercise and lockdown, there proved to be extremely high demand for the opportunity to get back out onto the golf course.
A Sheffield based, HSE Licensed asbestos abatement company with over 40 years’ experience in the industry, Bardon Environmental, has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic, by diversifying its services and launching Bardon SafeSpace.
The fifth annual Move More Month kicks off next week with the aim of getting thousands of people across Sheffield to be more physically active throughout June.
Sheffield Hallam University has announced plans that will see its campus open safely for the start of the academic year in September 2020.
A new app that is inviting people to help uncover the history behind one of Yorkshire’s oldest industrial areas by submitting photos and stories of the landmarks that matter to them, has been launched this week.