Commenting on the House of Commons report on the Passport Office entitled Delays in Processing Applications which has been published today, Sukhdeep Dhillon, Global Economic Adviser at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -It is unacceptable that 17 out of 20 passport applications overseas have been delayed since April this year, as this is preventing UK business people from securing international trade deals.
A group of friends and colleagues will be cycling from coast to coast to raise money for their local cancer hospital in memory of loved ones.
- Latest Appointment Bolsters Business Offering The Sheffield office of national law firm, Irwin Mitchell, has appointed former Haines Watts Partner and tax investigations specialist, Gary Clarkson, as it continues to bolster its Business Legal Services team.
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We would like to invite Sheffield Chamber members to a free British Heart Foundation (BHF) Health at Work taster day at the New York Stadium on Thursday 2nd October 2014.
Calling all the ladies near and far, we are hosting a VIP evening full of fun, pampering and entertainment all for your pleasure! VIP package for £20 you get the superstar treatment including: Early entry from 7pm with exclusive musical performance A chilled glass of bubbly A mini treatment Sweet treats There are only 20 VIP spaces available so reserve your spot now! If you miss out, or prefer a more low key approach there's also: General admission for £10 where you still get to experience all the latest trends in fashion and beauty as well as enjoy access to a cash bar, DJ and games! Book your place before 30th September at http://www.
2014 rail replacement work complete Work to repair Park Square hole allows services to resume Sheffield Supertram is to resume a normal service across the network from tomorrow (Saturday 13 September) following the completion of work to replace large sections of track and repair a hole near the tram system.
Organisers aiming to beat last year's total for Ecclesfield Gala are celebrating after the event raised £7,200 for Macmillan Cancer Support.