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A big hello again to everyone in Sheffield, it’s back to school already! I hope everyone has enjoyed their summer and I hope you will over the coming months make good use of and enjoy your copy of Sheffield 1st! As we are still a new publication to Sheffield I thought I would tell you a bit about us - I have a wonderful partner, Paul, a brilliant Dad, Rich, and five fantastic siblings aged from six to twenty-four - so am very, very lucky and fairly busy! Paula set up her 1st magazine as a place for my dad to advertise his business when they were struggling to afford a regular advertising campaign in local papers - hence our mags are great quality but low cost - we find that our readers also hang onto them until the next one drops through their letterbox. We found that many businesses agreed and loved the mag; this has resulted in our expansion over the last six years and culminated in the launch of this new issue. Now in 2013 we have seven mags being produced each month - ‘Chesterfield 1st’, 1st Mags Chesterfield South’, ‘Bolsover, Clowne & Barlborough 1st’, ‘Mansfield 1st’, ‘Worksop 1st’, ‘Dronfield 1st’ & from April ‘Sheffield 1st’. With the demise of local free advertising papers we identified a further gap in the local market for a low cost but good quality advertising service; we make no pretence that we are anything other than an affordable forum for local businesses, trades people, Clubs & Societies to let the local community know what they have on offer….. We are not a lifestyle magazine and do not report news, however, having said that if you have community / local news / events that would be of interest to your fellow Sheffield residents then please send it to us and we will do our very best to feature it - we also offer reduced rates for charities and non profit organisations. We are self funding and completely independent so our mags rely on the support of local businesses to facilitate their existence and I would like to take this opportunity to thank firstly our existing advertisers for supporting us with this new issue and secondly the Sheffield based businesses who have taken the plunge and supported us - we hope you are pleased with the result! 8,000 copies of ‘Sheffield 1st’ are printed and delivered every month and will reach around 28,000 local residents - it will also be available to view online at www.sheffield1st.co.uk along with our other issues. If you are a local business looking for a cost effective and productive way to advertise your services, then please check out our very affordable prices on page 23 or give me a call for a friendly tailored solution to your advertising needs. (Full details of our delivery areas are available on our web site)

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Signs of Local Housing Recovery.. Signs of the UK housing market’s "meaningful recovery" are evident in the East Midlands town of Chesterfield according to Destination Chesterfield. Developer Miller Homes East Midlands has described Chesterfield as being “at the top of the wish list for many couples, families and individuals looking to buy.” Miller Homes is one of a number of developers currently building more than 200 new in the borough, with more planned on a 1.94 hectare site of a former school. In addition to new build, estate agents in the town are also reporting an increase in sales and instructions with a new agency opening in the town less than eight months ago to meet demand. Redbrik, which opened in Chesterfield in January 2013, reports a buoyant housing market, with as many as ‘three or four potential buyers making offers’ on some properties in the west side of town.

Paul Walters, associate director at Miller Homes East Midlands which is developing two, three and four bedroom houses at The Portlands, the site of the former Chesterfield Panthers Rugby Club, said: “Since opening the sales centre we have had a phenomenal level of interest in the new development, reflecting the increasing buoyancy in the market.” Miller Homes is averaging one sale a week at The Portlands, with all properties having been purchased off plan ahead of the showhomes being opened. To further reinvigorate the local housing market, Chesterfield Borough Council recently put in place a Local Authority Mortgage Support Scheme to help first time buyers in Chesterfield get their foot on the property ladder.

Councillor John Burrows, Leader of ChesMark Ross, terfield Borough Council and Vice Chair of partner of Destination Chesterfield, said: “We are Redbrik, currently seeing significant investment in said: “We housing. Chesterfield is on the up and we are experiencing high- have made significant investment to attract people to the borough. The town er offers good transport links and a friendly, confidence levels in the safe environment which is popular with market right families, many of which choose to locate here thanks to our variety and wealth of now, with greater num- affordable housing, good schools and bers of view- opportunity. ings and an The variety and affordability of housing in increase in Chesterfield has been a contributory facmortgage tor in attracting a number of investors approvals and employers, including Debenhams and contributing to a great start for Redbrik TK Maxx in the town centre and Ready and helping us achieve over 100 instrucEgg, Squadron Medical and Andrew Page tions in half the time we expected.” Limited at its 200 acre commercial park, on the M1, Markham Vale. Mark reports an increase in house prices across the board in Chesterfield, with Earlier this year *research by the National properties in key school catchment areas Housing Federation found that 73% of being up as much as 5% compared to East Midlands employers agree that buildlast year. ing more homes would stimulate the local

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JUDGE JANE... Those of you who read this column their fear of destitution and social shame regularly will know that during the past will force them to accept any crumb. We 18 months my other half and I have been owe it to those who fought hard in the forced to make some huge changes to most dreadful of circumstances not to let our life as a result of the impact on us of these benefits be taken away from us the unbelievably reckless and negligent again. To do this we need to educate decisions being made by the present ourselves to the consequences of such government. I belong to the growing losses. group of people who know all the cuts are For example and following on from the unnecessary, the excuses for them bogus revelations that most very large and in some cases just blatant lies. corporations are successfully able to I know it will cause enormous and wide avoid paying taxes the rest of us pay there long term damage to the economy of this is the scandal of “zero hours” contracts. caused the crisis. country generally and I am shocked there While these are not new forms of None of those big names have yet remains so little organised public outrage. arrangement the manner in which they appeared in Court despite them having If our tax system was simplified and are now used and by whom, is. There is presided over lots of illegal activity. Their everyone paid their share so we had the a logic to having people working as ability to hide behind the noise of the basics we need for everyone the future casual labour in seasonal or short term public skapegoating of victims of the would look very different. Things we now contract arrangements for example. I am financial crisis is very useful and take for granted such as free health care, struggling to see how Sports Direct, extremely cynical. I know I bang on about education and other necessary welfare MacDonald’s etc can justify having it regularly but, that’s because I remain supports will diminish and in some parts 80/90% of its workforce on this type of rightly angry that spineless politicians are of the country disappear altogether. contract however. But, once you unwilling to take on the banks and Investment into our vital transport understand what a variety of business punish the people who have trashed the systems is now so minimal as to render costs they avoid – in addition to the taxes global economy and the lives of millions virtually the whole arrangement unfit for they circumvent it all makes sense. The of ordinary people. purpose. As for the heating, light and hidden social costs of being reliant for an As we enter the final quarter of the year water arrangements – so much is income on such an arrangement is still and I reflect on a conversation with a siphoned off into the pockets of the many being obscured by the relentless attacks friend who is a local Roman Catholic links in the chain of delivery as to render on the characters of those not in priest I note he is concerned about how them of greater benefit to the shareholder employment and needing assistance from they will continue to support the people than the consumer. My generation was the state and who are often forced into they are currently helping with food the first to benefit from the hard fought those jobs. The place to discuss the parcels. The fact we are even having that campaigns that brought us the Welfare legalities arising from this horrific conversation is a disgrace when we live State and which saw large, essential arrangement is elsewhere but, the moral in one of the most privileged parts of the areas of the economy in public ownership argument needs to be taken up where world. for good reason. As I was watching the possible by us all as – be under no If you have a story to tell about how your recent TV program called “The Mill” I was illusion - it will ultimately impact everyone. life is being impacted by the cuts, reminded of how relatively recently these While I contemplate my own survival plan corporate greed and/or mismanagement changes were implemented and how I note that what’s also missing in all this of public services by private contractors rapidly they are disappearing again. It public outpouring about corporate greed you can email me with them at was and remains easy to exploit people if is any new news about bankers who jjjustmyopinion@gmail.com

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The Owl and the Pussycat went to… the wife needed to prove that one of them was domiciled in England at the time the petition was lodged – which she did. The judge deemed that they both were; she because, despite being born in India, she chose to live in England with no intention of returning to India (the move to Singapore was temporary) and he; because his father had acquired a domicile of choice in England before he was born, having had no intention of returning to India. Michelle Cooper, partner and head of Graysons WE’s family department says “We are seeing more and more cases where the issue of jurisdiction is important. In and, in a case highlighting the complexity of jurisdiction in divorce a multi-cultural world parties may cases, they racked up a legal bill of have several options about where they issue the divorce. It's so £860,000. important to be quick off the mark where there may be a dispute and Meeting in London in December 2008, the couple, rather like the owl where one party may get a much more favourable outcome in one and the pussycat who ‘sailed away country than another. Often the first for a year and a day’, married in to court of choice secures the place December 2009 and their son was where the divorce is heard. I born in December 2010. The recently had a case where this was relationship went downhill and, in an important issue and had to September 2012, when the couple lodge papers at court very quickly were living in Singapore, the wife issued a divorce petition in London, to make sure the English court could deal with it. taking her son back to England – The judge dealing with this case illegally. described the fight over which The battle as to which county the country should hear the case as 'a divorce should be heard in began. Worth around £4 million (much of it story of human tragedy' and begged them to concede that the property investments made by the London court could deal with the husband before they married), the financial settlement rather than husband was an international continuing their battle. Although lawyer and the wife a paediatric wealthy, the couple could not afford anaesthetist . She was born in to squander that wealth on India, coming to England in her litigation costs. Here at Graysons twenties. She believed she would WE; we encourage clients to work in get a better settlement in the a conciliatory and cost effective way English courts and her husband, wherever possible. However, there who was born in England of an are always couples for whom Indian father, thought it would be litigation seems the only way more favourable for him for the forward, and we work closely with divorce to be settled in India. So,

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Becky’s Movie Previews We’re coming up to the colder months now so let’s see what’s hotting up in the cinema in September.

Coming Soon… carrying a new breed of mercenary, the other is captained by a man from Riddick’s past. But all is not lost as Riddick unleashes his attack of vengeance before returning to his home planet of Furya to save it from destruction. As with the previous two, Vin Diesel is back at what he does The third in the ‘Chronicles’ best. He brings to life the big, series, we join Richard B. Riddick brawny character of Riddick and where we last saw him, still on the after seeing him racing cars in run from mercenaries who are after recent years this should bring a the bounty on his head. He is left for welcome change. dead on a sun-scorched planet and finds he is up against an alien race of predators. Even worse, there are two ships heading his way, one

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Rush Directed by Happy Days alumni Ron Howard comes a film based on the real life events that took place during the 1976 Formula 1 racing championship. The story follows the rivalry between British driver James Hunt and Austrian Niki Lauda. There’s car racing, womanising and cross words thrown around in the on-going competition between the two drivers. Then, after a catastrophic crash at the German Grand Prix in ’76 that almost claimed his life, Lauda returns to face Hunt in the pursuit of the World Championship in Japan. Some familiar faces with Hunt being played by Chris

Hemsworth who was recently seen playing Thor in Avengers Assemble and also in Snow White and the Huntsman. Playing his rival Niki Lauda is Daniel Bruhl a Spanish born, German actor. He was featured in Inglourious Basterds and The Bourne Ultimatum. It was filmed on location in the UK and at the Nurburgring in Germany. With vintage and replicas of the original vehicles used as well it is sure going to look the part if nothing else.

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A new bittersweet story from the king of the British Rom Com, Richard Curtis ( ). Although this may not be the conventional romantic love story we’re used to getting, we get a bit of sci-fi to boot. Don’t get me wrong, there is a love story involved but that isn’t the only focal point of the film. There is also time travel. It may seem a little different but it seems like it’ll work. It seems to be similar to The Time Traveller’s Wife kind of deal except from others being aware of the travelling. Strangely enough, this also stars Rachel McAdams as the female lead. The story begins with a 21 year old called Tim played by Domhnall Gleeson (

having another unsatisfying and lonely New Year’s Eve and being told by his father, Bill Nighy ( ) that the men in their family have the ability to time travel. After being given this information Tim decides to improve his life by getting a girlfriend. With lots of turns, complications and numerous attempts to get things right he does meet Mary played by McAdams (

). But Tim has to learn that even when you have the ability to change the course of your life, there will still be heartache and loss along the way.

R.I.P.D Now for something a little different. This film stars Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges as partners on a police force that’s not what you usually see, because they’re dead. The title of the film and their division stands for the Rest In Peace Department. Their job is to police the bad souls that cause trouble in the afterlife. After Boston detective Nick Walter (Reynolds) is murdered, he’s recruited and put with Roy Pulsipher, a United States Marshal from the Wild West who’s also a veteran RIPD officer. As well as policing the undead, Walter also has to find the man who killed him. Kevin Bacon takes a Sheffield 1st

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The Beatles Perhaps the most famous, commercially successful and critically acclaimed British rock band ever, The Beatles redirected the history of western popular culture and music. The style was rooted in skiffle and rock, but developed into an innovative, sophisticated and genre-busting musical idiom as the group’s songwriting skills, range and musical intelligence grew. Singles hit included , and , but The Beatles’ legacy was assured by a sequence of revolutionary albums. In their early days as a gifted, wisecracking rock-and-roll group, The Beatles revolutionized the sound and style of British popular music with their original and catchy synthesis of rock music, rhythm and blues. They first appeared in the clubs of Liverpool - their home city - and Hamburg. On the way, they lost two early band members - bassist, Stuart Sutcliffe and drummer, Pete Best. They acquired drummer, Ringo Starr, in 1962 to make up the Fab Four of fame and fable. Molded by manager Brian Epstein from 1962, they adopted their signature mop-head haircuts and collarless suit jackets and were signed to the EMI Parlophone lable by prescient music producer, George Martin. Thie debut , recorded in a single album session at the iconic Abbey Road Studios, became their first No. 1 hit. In total, 11 studio albums and 17 singles went on to reach the top spot in the British charts - an astonishing record. Beatlemania went global, when the band toured the USA in spring 1964 and they entered the movie world with their mock-documentary (1964) and its successors

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(1965) and (1967). A succession of landmark albums followed. (1965) featured elements drawn from the contemporary US folk scene and went and from world music, notably in its use of the sitar, while (1966) further extended their range, from classical to psychedelic rock. The phenomenal concept album (1967) is regularly listed as one of the greatest albums of all time. A creative period of transcendental meditation at a retreat in India led to (1968, formally called ). However, it also increased personal tensions within the group, which became focused on John Lennon’s relationship with the artist, Yoko Ono. Two further acclaimed albums followed, (1969) and (1970), but in April 1970, Paul McCartney announced he was quitting the band and he filed for formal dissolution at the end of the year. All four members went on to make solo albums and McCartney developed a hugely successful post-Beatles career. In the years that followed the band’s dissolution, two tragic events happened. Lennon was killed in 1980 in New York City and George Harrison Died of cancer in 2001.

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