BiG make it your Business

If you are interested in setting up a business or would like further information on any aspect of the BiG project, contact the team on (0114) 213 6310, or visit us at Sorby House, 42 Spital Hill, Sheffield, S4 7LG.


Jeff Hall Driving School

Jeff Hall moved to Burngreave two years ago and didn’t know anyone in the area. He began working part time as a driving instructor and soon built up an excellent reputation in the neighbourhood. He became well known as a patient instructor who communicated well with members of the community and his students all had very respectable pass rates.

Local Business helps smokers to quit

Burngreave-based couple Mary and Mayank Bramhbhatt, have recently launched NOBACCO, a unique mouth fresher which fights tobacco addiction, to help smokers across the UK to quit their habit for good!

Planning for success

How to plan your new business: The Wicker, Albion House. Classes in December 2008.

Sorby House offices to rent

BiG are offering office space for new business start ups, existing businesses and voluntary and community groups.

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