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Westbourne young composers join forces with Music in the Round

Westbourne young composers join forces with Music in the Round

TALENTED young musicians from Sheffield’s Westbourne School have been given the chance to hear their own work played and recorded by world class professional musicians.

Enjoy Hygge flavours at Westbourne Easter Cookery Course

Enjoy Hygge flavours at Westbourne Easter Cookery Course

SCANDINAVIAN flavours come to Westbourne School this Easter with the return of the popular annual Cookery Course.

SteelPhalt sponsors veteran Leslie’s Everest challenge

SteelPhalt sponsors veteran Leslie’s Everest challenge

SOUTH Yorkshire road surface specialist SteelPhalt is sponsoring South Yorkshire military hero Leslie Binns as he makes a second attempt to reach the summit of Mount Everest.

Tenants fill Sheffield’s Furnival House

Tenants fill Sheffield’s Furnival House

Sheffield’s Furnival House, located in close proximity to the city’s forthcoming £480m retail quarter development, is now fully let.

University of Sheffield Students’ Union is Number One in the UK

University of Sheffield Students’ Union is Number One in the UK

THE University of Sheffield’s Students’ Union is the Number One in the UK for the ninth year running!

Compensation for man injured in chainsaw accident when 17

Compensation for man injured in chainsaw accident when 17

Graysons’ partner and personal injury specialist, Mark Fisher, has won £110,000 in compensation for a young man who injured his hand when using a chainsaw.

Sheffield mums add sparkle to their fight against cancer

Sheffield mums add sparkle to their fight against cancer

THE fight against cancer doesn’t always have to be a serious business…as members of Sheffield Mums Against Cancer proved with their annual Big Sparkly Fundraising Ball!

It’s all Greek as Westbourne pupils travel back in time!

It’s all Greek as Westbourne pupils travel back in time!

EDUCATION? It’s all Greek to pupils at Sheffield’s Westbourne School!

Lost Chord patron Lesley Garrett joins Dore Male Voice Choir for fundraiser

Lost Chord patron Lesley Garrett joins Dore Male Voice Choir for fundraiser

SOUTH Yorkshire opera star Lesley Garrett will appear alongside Dore Male Voice Choir when they take to the stage at Sheffield City Hall this weekend.

Wake Smith helps Sheffield pizzeria expand into Manchester

Wake Smith helps Sheffield pizzeria expand into Manchester

Sheffield's Wake Smith has helped successful pizza company Proove Pizza open its first restaurant in Manchester as part of ambitious expansion plans.

Further expansion for Bhayani HR & Employment Law

Further expansion for Bhayani HR & Employment Law

Niche Sheffield HR and employment law solicitors, Bhayani HR & Employment Law, is expanding again, with the addition of three people to its team.

Bring your passport for four weddings, a Python and some Hot Fuzz

Bring your passport for four weddings, a Python and some Hot Fuzz

CELEBRATE April Fools’ Day with a quartet of great British screen comedies at the University of Sheffield Students’ Union Film Unit.

Celebrate Spring with the Climax Masquerade Ball

Celebrate Spring with the Climax Masquerade Ball

YORKSHIRE’s biggest Lesbian, gay, Bi and Transgender clubbing event is adding a touch of glamour and mystery to its spring celebrations.

Help Lost Chord win £50,000 of National Lottery Funding in the People’s Projects

Help Lost Chord win £50,000 of National Lottery Funding in the People’s Projects

LEADING South Yorkshire dementia charity Lost Chord is in line for a major funding boost from the Big Lottery Fund’s People’s Projects campaign!

Be a Blade for the day and support the Sheffield United Charity Cup

Be a Blade for the day and support the Sheffield United Charity Cup

IT’S the once in a lifetime opportunity devoted fans dream of…the chance to step out onto the famous Sheffield United pitch and become a football hero for the day!

Paul adds a musical note to record breaking St Luke’s shop opening

Paul adds a musical note to record breaking St Luke’s shop opening

AN enthusiastic crowd of eager bargain hunters gathered for the opening of the latest St Luke’s Hospice shop.

Take the Triathlon challenge and support St Luke’s

Take the Triathlon challenge and support St Luke’s

IT’s the biggest triathlon in the world….and St Luke’s Hospice has a unique opportunity for just one swimming, cycling and running enthusiast to be part of the sporting drama.

Testing time as Emmaus extends its PAT testing service

Testing time as Emmaus extends its PAT testing service

CITY homeless charity Emmaus Sheffield is extending its PAT Testing service to companies across the city.

Reverend and the Makers stars sign up for Sheffield Wednesday Charity Cup

Reverend and the Makers stars sign up for Sheffield Wednesday Charity Cup

SHEFFIELD music legends Reverend and the Makers will be adding an extra touch of star quality to the Sheffield Wednesday Charity Cup.

Mum’s the words as Lindsey and Holly sign up for marathon challenge

Mum’s the words as Lindsey and Holly sign up for marathon challenge

STOCKSBRIDGE mums Lindsey Fawcett and Holly Jones are swapping the school run for a tougher run as they prepare to compete in the Asics Greater Manchester Marathon.

Free screening of Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake

Free screening of Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake

The University of Sheffield Students’ Union Film Unit is joining forces with the University of Sheffield branch of Unite, the UK’s largest Trade Union, to present two special free screenings of internationally acclaimed award winn

Students’ Union Beer and Cider Festival is back!

Students’ Union Beer and Cider Festival is back!

RAISE a glass to the University of Sheffield Students’ Union Beer and Cider Festival 2017!

Law firm earns IIP status for 19th year

Law firm earns IIP status for 19th year

Sheffield based Wake Smith Solicitors has retained the coveted IIP (Investors In People) Standard for the 19th year based on its staff management, quality of workplace and career progression systems.

30,000 sq ft build for CCF in Sheffield

30,000 sq ft build for CCF in Sheffield

Work on the new 30,000 sq ft sales and distribution centre for a specialist construction materials supplier at Sheffield’s Parkwood Industrial and Trade Park will start next month.

Free First Aid training for local supply teachers

Free First Aid training for local supply teachers

Sheffield-based supply teacher agency, PK Education, has pledged to train 100 supply teachers in First Aid for free before the end of the year.

Assigning fault in divorce – why it’s at fault

Assigning fault in divorce – why it’s at fault

By Vanessa Fox, partner and head of family law, hlw Keeble Hawson The recent Court of Appeal case, which heard that a woman was refused a divorce initially because her husband had contested a divorce based on behaviour, demonstr

hlw Keeble Hawson hosts charity racing event for vulnerable people

hlw Keeble Hawson hosts charity racing event for vulnerable people

A racing event spearheaded by hlw Keeble Hawson has boosted support for Changing Lives – a charity which provides specialist support for socially excluded and vulnerable people.

Taken at Midnight - Yorkshire premiere for Endellion Theatre Company

Taken at Midnight - Yorkshire premiere for Endellion Theatre Company

CRITICALLY acclaimed West End drama Taken at Midnight receives its Yorkshire premiere in a new production from Endellion Theatre Company this April.

Nether Edge residential care home wins CQC praise

Nether Edge residential care home wins CQC praise

NETHER Edge residential care home Grange Crescent has won the praise of the Care Quality Commission.

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