Sheffield

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football year

, Kenneth authorlink title Barbarians, Gentlemen and Players: A sociological study of the development of rugby football year 2005 publisher Routledge isbn 10-7146-8290-X page 159 As well as within Chesterfield and its boroughs, the company also run certain buses to Bolsover, Clay Cross, Alfreton, Matlock (Matlock, Derbyshire), Dronfield, Sheffield, and Eckington (Eckington, Derbyshire). They also operate a Pronto service between Chesterfield


photographs+showing

to be anonymous high-ranking police officers from Sheffield Police and Irvine Patnick, a Conservative (Conservative Party (UK)) MP (Member of Parliament) from Sheffield who wasn't actually present at the match. (On 11 January 2007 on BBC TV's Question Time, MacKenzie additionally claimed that one of his sources was a Liverpool news agency.) The article was accompanied by graphic photographs showing Liverpool fans, including young children, choking and suffocating as they were being crushed


amp bass

in students from Tue-Sat. The Tuesday Club is a surprisingly pricey hip-hop and drum & bass night that pulls in many big names (although this has temporarily been moved to Leadmill due to the unsuitability of the Octagon). Roar on Wednesday night is big on cheap alcopops and inebriated sports teams. Friday is Space in the Octagon, a "chart" night, while visiting club nights and Climax, South Yorkshire's biggest gay club rotate monthly in the Fusion Foundry. Saturdays is Pop Tarts, hosting 2 rooms (one is 60s, 70s and "rock and roll", the other 80s, 90s and 00s). *'''DQ''' Fitzwilliam Street. Holding legendary clubnights such as 'Threads'. Open late every night, notable for its "afterparty" till 4AM after HedKandi. *'''Sheffield City Hall'''. The impressive 1930s City Hall was recently refurbished and is home to many concerts, performances and travelling shows and is in the elegant Barkers Pool in the city centre which is home to Sheffield's cenotaph. Nearest Supertram: City Hall (perhaps unsurprisingly). Sleep City Centre * WikiPedia:Sheffield Commons:Category:Sheffield


articles world

in Sheffield, however, Hawkins faced former Champion Ken Doherty in the first round, and in the intimidating Crucible Theatre lost 10–1. He told the BBC that "I just couldn't perform and I don't know why... I'm gutted after such a good season to have performed like that." articles world-snooker-2007-players.asp Bet Finder: 888.com World Snooker Championship Player Guide & Wallchart (search for Barry Hawkins) ref>


independent charitable

149–160 chapter Blunkett and the Socialist Republic of South Yorkshire isbn 978-1-86077-569-7 However, the Liberal Democrats controlled the Council between 1999 and 2001 and took control again from 2008 to 2011. The council is currently Labour controlled. The majority of council-owned facilities are operated by independent charitable trusts. Sheffield International Venues runs many of the city's sporting and leisure facilities, including Sheffield Arena, and the English


played open

clash.jhtml Currently, the most common tuning fork sounds the note of A 440 Hz (A440 (pitch standard)), because this is the standard concert pitch, which is used as tuning note by some orchestras, it being the pitch of the violin's second string, the first string of the viola, and an octave above the first string of the cello, all played open. Tuning forks used by orchestras between 1750 and 1820 mostly had a frequency of A 423.5 Hz, although there were many forks and many slightly


featured local

name was first used for a club in May of that year, which featured local bands including The Durutti Column (managed at the time by Erasmus and Wilson), Cabaret Voltaire (Cabaret Voltaire (band)) from Sheffield and Joy Division. Advertising for the club was designed by Peter Saville (Peter Saville (artist)), and in September the trio decided to release an EP of music by acts who had played at the club (The Durutti Column, Joy Division, Cabaret Voltaire and comedian John Dowie


history life history

: www.imagesofengland.org.uk details default.aspx?pid 2&id 455364 City Hall. ''Images of England'' (accessed 22 January 2006—free registration required). is on the north side of the plaza facing a branch of the John Lewis Partnership, formerly Cole Brothers (John Lewis (department store)) to the South. History Life history Born the son of a Jewish tailor in 1843 44 at Neustadt-Sugind (Žemaičių Naumiestis), in Lithuania, Russia and endowed with integrity, courage, astonishing business acumen and immense vitality. Marks accompanied some horses to Sheffield in England while still a youth and not wanting to return to the Jewish persecution in Russia, decided to stay on. It was in Sheffield that he met his future in-laws. Hearing news of the diamond discoveries in Kimberley (Kimberley, Northern Cape), he arrived at the Cape in 1869 and was shortly followed by his cousin Isaac Lewis, also from Neustadt-Sugind, with whom he forged the enduring partnership of ''Lewis & Marks''. Marks started his career as a peddler in the rural districts of the Cape, but soon headed for Kimberley where his rise to prosperity began. They made a modest living supplying goods to mines and diggers, and later branched into diamond trading. Moving to Pretoria in 1881 he gained the confidence of President Kruger and the government of the Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek (ZAR). His friendship with Kruger became close and enduring and they had in common humble origins and a ready wit. Marks advised that Kruger build a railway line from Pretoria to Lourenço Marques (Maputo). * Wavertree (especially off Smithdown Road (Smithdown Road, Liverpool)) in Liverpool, England (Liverpool Hope University and University of Liverpool) * Ecclesall Road in Sheffield, (Sheffield Hallam University), (University of Sheffield), UK * Broomhill (Broomhill (ward)) in Sheffield (University of Sheffield), UK * Ecclesall Road in Sheffield, (Sheffield Hallam University), (University of Sheffield), UK * Broomhill (Broomhill (ward)) in Sheffield (University of Sheffield), UK * Brynmill in Swansea, Wales, (Swansea University) * Mount Pleasant (Mount Pleasant, Swansea) in Swansea, Wales, (Swansea Metropolitan University Swansea University) * Crookesmoor Road in Sheffield (University of Sheffield), UK * Oadby in Leicester, (University of Leicester), UK Disappointed by the failure of the Grand National Holiday, Harney moved to Ayrshire, Scotland, where he married Mary Cameron. Harney's exile did not last long and the following year he became the Chartist (Chartism) organizer in Sheffield. During the strikes of 1842 Harney was one of the 58 Chartists arrested and tried at Lancaster (Lancaster, Lancashire) in March 1843. After his conviction was reversed on appeal, Harney became a journalist for Feargus O'Connor's ''Northern Star (Northern Star (chartist newspaper))''. Two years later he became the editor of the newspaper. WikiPedia:Sheffield Commons:Category:Sheffield


promoting community

suburb on that highway before the City boundary and open countryside is reached. History of community organizing in the United Kingdom Citizens UK has been promoting community organising in the UK since 1989 and has established the profession of Community Organiser through the Guild of Community Organisers teaching the disciplines of strategy and politics. Neil Jameson, the Executive Director of Citizens UK, founded the organisation after training with the Industrial Areas Foundation in the USA. Citizens UK (formerly the Citizens Organising Foundation) established citizens groups in Liverpool, North Wales, the Black Country, Sheffield, Bristol, Milton Keynes and London. TCC (Together Creating Communities) in North Wales is longest established beginning in 1995. It has been independent of COF since 2001. London Citizens' forerunner TELCO was formed in 1996. Milton Keynes Citizens began in 2010. The others had a brief and glorious start lasting roughly 3 years when COF was unable to finance them any longer. DATE OF BIRTH 11 November 1914 PLACE OF BIRTH Sheffield, England DATE OF DEATH 5 December 1997 WikiPedia:Sheffield Commons:Category:Sheffield


year sponsorship

year sponsorship deal after three years. "Huge financial blow hits snooker", BBC Sport, 6 August 2008, (Retrieved 6 August 2008) On 15 April 2009 the World Snooker Championship website announced that Betfred.com would be the new sponsor of the World Championship for the next four years. "

Sheffield

'''Sheffield''' ( ), though some population figures, like those given at List of English cities by population, use just the urban core of the city and are therefore lower. and it is one of the eight largest regional English cities that make up the Core Cities Group. Sheffield is the third largest (List of English districts by population) English district by population. The metropolitan population of Sheffield is 1,569,000

During the 19th century, Sheffield gained an international reputation for steel production. Many innovations were developed locally, including crucible (crucible steel) and stainless steel, fuelling an almost tenfold increase in the population during the Industrial Revolution. Sheffield received its municipal charter in 1843, becoming the ''City of Sheffield'' in 1893. International competition in iron and steel caused a decline in traditional local industries during the 1970s and 1980s, coinciding with the collapse of coal mining in the area.

The 21st century has seen extensive redevelopment (Urban renewal) in Sheffield along with other British cities. Sheffield's gross value added (GVA) has increased by 60% since 1997, standing at £9.2 billion in 2007. The economy has experienced steady growth averaging around 5% annually, greater than that of the broader region of Yorkshire and the Humber. title Income & Wealth date 30 November 2007 publisher Sheffield City Council accessdate 7 July 2010 archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20100521085049 http: www.sheffield.gov.uk your-city-council sheffield-facts-figures sheffield-economy income--wealth archivedate 21 May 2010

The city is located within the valleys of the River Don (River Don, South Yorkshire) and its four tributaries, the Loxley (River Loxley), the Porter Brook, the Rivelin (River Rivelin), and the Sheaf (River Sheaf). 61% of Sheffield's entire area is green space, and a third of the city lies within the Peak District national park. url https: www.sheffield.gov.uk your-city-council sheffield-profile introduction.html title City Profile Introduction date 31 January 2013 publisher Sheffield City Council accessdate 13 October 2013 There are more than 250 parks, woodlands and gardens in the city, and an estimated 2 million trees, giving Sheffield the highest ratio of trees to people of any city in Europe.

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