Pop up shop offers official Tour de France merchandise A Tour de France Grand Depart pop up shop is set to open in Meadowhall Shopping Centre in the build up to the biggest cycling event in the world starting in Yorkshire in July.
Irwin Mitchell has promoted Chris Rawstron to the position of National Head of Corporate as the law firm bolsters its management team ahead of a new wave of senior recruitment within its fast-growing business team.
While visiting Gripple HQ, David Blunkett and his handsome guide dog, Cosby not only learnt about the manufacturer's unique employee ownership culture but also the staff's fundraising effort for a charity which trains dogs to support people with disabilities.
It's the 18th British BBQ week and this weekend May 31 and June 1, Ferndale garden centre at Coal Aston have got a surprise in store: delicious cook-to-order barbeque food on their coffee shop deck.
The team at Ferndale garden centre in Coal Aston are so passionate about getting children in touch with nature and growing things, they have just launched Gardening with Children Week, 26th- 30th May.
Sheffield-based Bestobell Marine, part of the President Engineering Group Ltd (PEGL), has secured a major new order for its cryogenic globe, check and unique FLIV valves with South Korean shipbuilding company DSME, that could become a multimillion dollar deal for the company.
Central Technology was delighted again to sponsor the Buxton Festival's launch party held in the Crucible Theatre on Wednesday 21st May for the second year running.
Sheffield City Region companies are set to attend one of the world's biggest steel exhibitions in September as part of an initiative supported by the region's Local Enterprise Partnership.
- Even More Onus on Employers to do Things Right Employers need to be even more vigilant when hiring workers, warns a Sheffield-based employment and business immigration law expert at Irwin Mitchell, following new regulations that increase the maximum financial penalty for illegally employing an immigrant who does not have the right to work in the UK from £10,000 to £20,000.