Enjoy the bounty of summer without breaking the law

Enjoy the bounty of summer without breaking the law

With Elmhirst Parker Solicitors, Barnsley There’s an old saying that the only things that are truly free in this world are blackberries. Summer is the time for heading out into the countryside and (as long as you know what you’re doing) foraging for free wild goodies like juicy blackberries, wild...

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Double Celebrations for The Ethel Trust

Double Celebrations for The Ethel Trust

The team of volunteers at Sheffield-based charity, The Ethel Trust, are celebrating this summer after receiving the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service in recognition of the exceptional support they provide for disadvantaged people in South Yorkshire.

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Setting the Pace for children with cerebral palsy

Setting the Pace for children with cerebral palsy

For the last 25 years, Paces school and charity in Sheffield has been a lifeline of support for families living with cerebral palsy and other motor or neurological disorders.

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Legal talk: What happens to joint property when cohabitation ends?

Legal talk: What happens to joint property when cohabitation ends?

When cohabitees separate, they are not afforded the same protections in law as married couples who are getting divorced. This can cause issues where property is concerned.

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Sheffield woman’s ‘toe-riffic’ bedtime story supports Sheffield Children’s Hospital Charity.

Sheffield woman’s ‘toe-riffic’ bedtime story supports Sheffield Children’s Hospital Charity.

While most people would probably look in disgust at a stranger’s foot protruding into their face, Flo the (friendly) Toe Monster eyes them up eagerly. But she’s not going to eat them up; she keeps them warm and toasty while children sleep in their beds. Flo the Toe Monster is...

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Women who paid ‘married women’s stamp’ could be owed thousands in basic state pension

Women who paid ‘married women’s stamp’ could be owed thousands in basic state pension

If you are a married, divorced or widowed woman who was born before 6th April 1953 and paid a reduced rate of national insurance contributions during employment, then you could have been short-changed by a government blunder.

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Banking on mum and dad’s help to buy property

Banking on mum and dad’s help to buy property

Faced with high rental costs and soaring property prices, more parents are dipping into savings, releasing capital from property, or even taking out loans to support their children become homeowners.

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Andy’s Man Club: Breaking down the stigma of men’s mental health

Andy’s Man Club: Breaking down the stigma of men’s mental health

Andy’s Man Club in Rotherham is a male-only peer support group which aims to get men talking and reduce the stigma of men’s mental health.

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Yorkshire Air Ambulance: Celebrating 20 years of saving lives

Yorkshire Air Ambulance: Celebrating 20 years of saving lives

Yorkshire Air Ambulance celebrates its 20th anniversary this year since taking to the skies as a life-saving charity.

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Keeping the music alive

Keeping the music alive

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, classical musician, Sarah Anne Bush, has been providing a weekly dose of melodic medicine with virtual performances and doorstep recitals.

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