Lynda Holbrey, Head of QHSE at Whyy? Change, has become the latest member of the Chartered Quality Institute (CQI) chartered professional community.
Leading Sheffield City Region law firm, Taylor Emmet, has undergone a significant rebrand following a period of investment across the business. The rebrand has seen the firm take the bold step to alter its name for the first time in its 150-year history.
A University of Sheffield study has demonstrated once and for all that Sheffield is the home of the beautiful game - sporting the oldest clubs, grounds, trophies and even many of the rules that shaped the way football is played today.
GB Boxing’s Lewis Richardson is amongst a host of Sheffield Hallam University students and alumni set to compete at the Commonwealth Games, which open in Birmingham this week (Thursday 28 July).
Sheffield City Trust has launched its summer holiday sports van programme this week and the vans can now be found out and about in the community every day of the school holidays delivering fun, free, and inclusive activities to children across Sheffield.
One of Sheffield’s leading older people’s charities is calling for more befriending volunteers to help support vulnerable and lonely older people this National Friendship Day.
Peter Levesley has joined Sheffield-based independent energy consultancy Professional Energy Purchasing (PEP), as a Graduate Trainee Energy Manager to bolster its Energy Management team.
Doncaster joins Birmingham, Crewe, Derby, Newcastle-upon-Tyne & York in a bid to be crowned the home of Britain’s railways.