Sheffield-based artisan crisp producer, The Yorkshire Crisp Company, is looking towards a positive year ahead and despite the last eight roller-coaster months of 2020, is riding the COVID-19 storm with plans in place for an exciting 2021.
A Sheffield charity providing much needed support to isolated older people across the city has been forced to pause its flagship anti-loneliness service, after new Covid-19 restrictions were announced.
Volunteers around the country who helped serve their local communities during the recent lockdown formed a crucial part of the national response to the coronavirus pandemic, new research has found.
Commenting on Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s announcement of a new, tiered approach to local Coronavirus restrictions in England
Responding to the Chancellor’s announcement that the Job Support Scheme will be enhanced to help UK firms that will have to close due to tighter restrictions expected next week, and cash grants will be increased, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said:
Sheffield Chamber President, Matt Jackson has formally written to local MP’s in Sheffield to cite the importance of establishing a fully operational test and trace system.
The University of Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals have submitted a joint proposal to government for an ambitious £316 million programme to ensure the post-Covid recovery and renewal of the Sheffield City Region.
Mayor of the Sheffield City Region, Dan Jarvis, has called on the Government to deliver an urgent package of support for South Yorkshire’s economy, to prevent a wave of job losses and business failures.