Gala dinner to help Make It Better for hospital patients

29th September 2016 | 0 Comments

As a charity which supports Sheffield Children’s Hospital, we know that physical activity plays a vital role in the recovery of our patients.  That’s why we’re proud to be partnering with the Olympic Legacy Park (OLP) as it aims to become internationally recognised for health and wellbeing research.   We’re thrilled to be teaming up [...]

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Paralympic gold medallist Will Bayley to be honoured at Sheffield’s Celebration of Sport

28th September 2016 | 0 Comments

Bayley, who beat Brazil's Israel Pereira Stroh to bring home the gold, will be attending Sheffield’s Celebration of Sport at the English Institute of Sport (EIS Sheffield) – home to the British Table Tennis Association for People with Disabilities (BTTAD).  The 28-year-old from Tunbridge-Wells was born with arthrogryposis, a rare congenital disorder that affected all [...]

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Students Move Into Sheffield’s Second £10 Million UTC

27th September 2016 | 0 Comments

 UTC Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park campus, built by BAM Construction, has been handed over on time as planned.   A total of 137 students have started at the UTC, and moved into the £10 million facility. They spent the first two weeks of the new term completing an induction and employer visits, being previously based [...]

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Business backing for Sheffield’s Celebration of Sport

26th September 2016 | 0 Comments

Meadowhall has been announced as the headline sponsor of the red-carpet event taking place at the English Institute of Sport (EIS Sheffield) on Wednesday 5 October.  A VIP drinks reception hosted as part of the star-studded ceremony, which is being organised by the Olympic Legacy Park, will be sponsored by E.ON.   Rio hockey gold [...]

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Cycling champion to star at Sheffield’s Celebration of Sport

23rd September 2016 | 0 Comments

Sheffield-born Adam will attend the red carpet event at the English Institute of Sport (EIS Sheffield) on Wednesday 5 October.  The cyclist held off a sprint challenge from former world champion Mark Cavendish to win the 2016 British Cycling National Road Championship. Adam, 26, also placed first in the London-Surrey Classic in 2014.    Adam, [...]

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