South Yorkshire residents invited to quiz politicians in live radio broadcast

10th November 2016 | 0 Comments

BBC Radio 4’s Any Questions? is being broadcast live from Sheffield’s second and newly opened University Technical College (UTC) on Friday, November 25.  The lively topical discussion programme, presented by Jonathan Dimbleby, attracts a high profile panel of personalities from the world of politics, the media and beyond.   Members of the public are being offered [...]

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Henry Boot begins building work on the Olympic Legacy Park

8th November 2016 | 0 Comments

As one of the UK's leading and long-standing construction companies, Henry Boot Construction was awarded the contract by Sheffield City Council to develop the OLP’s 3G community pitch as well as the hard and soft landscaping of the 35-acre site.  The 3G community pitch is expected to be complete early next year ready for students [...]

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New Chamber President backs Olympic Legacy Park

3rd November 2016 | 0 Comments

In one of his first visits as the newly appointed President of Sheffield Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Darren Pearce recognised the ‘huge potential’ of the multi-million London 2012 legacy project.   When fully operational, the 35-acre OLP, which is being developed in Attercliffe, is set to become the world’s leading location for innovation in sport, [...]

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Creating a circle of inclusion

2nd November 2016 | 0 Comments

I’m thrilled to have been appointed by Oasis UK to lead Oasis Hub Don Valley on the Olympic Legacy Park and to be bringing Oasis’ transformational work to the communities of Darnall and Attercliffe. The Oasis Charitable Trust is currently responsible for 47 schools in the country through its educational trust, Oasis Community Learning, and [...]

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Helping to make the world happier and healthier

28th October 2016 | 0 Comments

When Paul Sinton-Hewitt timed 13 of his mates as they ran a 5k lap of Bushy Park on 2 October 2004, nobody could have predicted that 12 years later almost two million people would have followed in their footsteps. What is equally remarkable is that 220,000 different people, a total of 1.6 million times, have [...]

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