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Energy firm’s “grandad” gives something back following decade long service award

The longest-serving member of staff at Kinect Energy Group in Elland is helping give something back to the community after being rewarded time-off to pursue voluntary work for his dedication to the business. Peter Hopla, who is affectionately nicknamed ‘Grandad’ by his colleagues, received the opportunity to work for a charity

City firm flies Invictus flag for international military campaign in Australia

A digital firm is flying the Sheffield city region flag across the globe as the official marketing agency for an international campaign to build awareness of post-traumatic stress (PTS) currently touring across Australia. Mantra Media managing director Johnny Pawlik has flown out to Brisbane to join the #StandTall4PTS travelling military ‘Lightning

Business leaders to “sleep out” in aid of Harrogate’s homeless

Ashville College has agreed to host the first ever Harrogate CEO Sleepout. CEO Sleepout is a national charity which supports local charities close to each CEO Sleepout venue - to help in the plight of homelessness. Taking place in the grounds of Ashville College on the night of Thursday, December 6, those participating in the

Penny Appeal founder wins “Charity Chair of the Year”

Close to 200,000 charities registered in the annual Third Sector "Excellence Awards" highlighting the incredible contributions and achievements made by charities, social enterprises and not-for-profit organisations. Amongst stiff competition, businessman and founder of the international humanitarian charity Penny Appeal, Adeem Younis, was awarded the much coveted “Charity Chair of the Year

Yorkshire legal expert helps inform Paraguay child protection and care policy

Child care professionals from Paraguay have met with legal specialists from Switalskis Solicitors to gain insight that will help shape the country’s child protection and care policy. Switalskis director Ranjit Uppal hosted the delegation in Leeds at The Chambers, where he shared specialist knowledge of the English child care legal process in areas such as the evidence required for welfare decisions, the role of expert