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  • ‘Summerfest’ runs for the first time in Parson Cross
    18 August 2017 Teenagers, asking for ‘cool stuff’ to do in the summer holiday, are the reason behind a pop-up cinema evening next Thursday in Parson Cross, held as part of the area’s first ever ‘Summerfest’. The new festival takes place on Friday, 25 August at Chaucer School and The Learning Zone, with music, games […]
  • Are you doing your bit to promote cycling in Sheffield?
    17 August 2017 Sheffield employers and employees are being asked to sign up to ‘Love to Ride – Cycle September’. The programme aims to engage at least 100 local workplaces and over 1,000 individuals in a friendly prize-winning competition to ride the most miles in September. Recent data shows 62 companies in South Yorkshire have […]
  • A-Level students celebrate results across the city
    17 August 2017 Students across the city have been receiving their A-Level results today. Sheffield City Council would like to praise our schools and students for their efforts and hard work. Students at Longley Park Sixth Form College impressed with a pass rate of more than 96 per cent. Sophia Spooner, a student at Longley […]
  • Chance to get inside construction industry and Sheffield’s largest city centre development
    Thursday 17 August Sheffield school leavers not sure where to go after their exam results should head to the city centre to experience life on a real building site. BAM, which is building the first phase of Sheffield Retail Quarter for Sheffield City Council is opening up the gates to help teenagers find out what […]
  • New partnership to drive digital excellence in Sheffield
    16 August 2017 It’s got a growing reputation as a city where digital and creative businesses can start up, grow and thrive on a national and international scale. And now Sheffield is set to underline the importance of its digital sector even further, with Sheffield City Council joining Sheffield Digital – the association for the […]
  • Court grants injunctions against those trespassing around tree works
    15 August 2017 A High Court judge today ruled that the Council had been successful in seeking injunctions against those trespassing within safety barriers around tree replacement works. Councillor Bryan Lodge, Cabinet member for Environment and Street Scene at Sheffield City Council said: “We have a responsibility to the taxpayers of Sheffield to do everything we […]
  • Special Olympics brings millions to Sheffield
    15 August 2017 It’s the country’s disability sporting event of the year and saw thousands turn out to watch more than 2,600 athletes with learning disabilities compete in 20 sporting categories. And Sheffield athletes performed well, representing their host city over four days of competition, with gold medallists including Jordan Brace (Boccia), Michael Hill (table […]
  • Sheffield City Council response to Michael Gove: The full letter
    10 August 2017 You can download the full letter that was sent to Rt. Hon. M Gove, MP today, here: Letter to Michael Gove – 10 Aug 17
  • Carnival returns to Sheffield after more than two decades
    10 August 2017 Back in the 1980s and early 90s, Carnival was an annual attraction in Sheffield, with a spectacular colourful procession wending its way around the city’s streets each September. And now the tradition is set to be revamped, with Sheffield Carnival coming back with a bang at Norfolk Heritage Park on Monday 28 […]
  • Six people prosecuted for wrongful use of blue badge
    Six people who fraudulently used a blue badge to park for free in Sheffield have been ordered to pay a total of £2,495 by magistrates. Sheffield Magistrates’ Court has heard how blue badges issued to elderly or disabled people, or which could only be used if a parent was with a disabled child at the […]

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