Sheffield on Twitter – April 2010 update

Twitter latest

Here are this month’s additions to the list of Sheffield people and organisations of interest on  Twitter. The full directory can be found on the Sheffield Twitter users page.

There is also a Twitter list of people and organisations in Sheffield in Twitter.

Sheffield words – retweeting your words for Sheffield to support the culture bid

Eve Wood – director of Made in Sheffield and the Beat is the Law films

Quality time volunteering

James O’Hara – founder of Threads at @dqsheffield and one of the Tramlines organisers

Boots for Africa – Sheffield FC charity

Site art gallery

Museums Sheffield

Crystal peaks shopping centre

Sheffield now – a community interest company, giving children and young people a voice in the design of their environment

Our favourite places – independent guide to the best of Sheffield

Daily geographer – geography blog

South Yorkshire police

The Grind – Kelham island coffee shop

Raw talent – Iain Hodgson’s new music show on BBC Sheffield

Nick Clegg – Sheffield Hallam MP and Liberal democrat leader

Nicola Bates – Prospective Conservative MP for Sheffield Hallam

Me pod – maternity clothes that look beyond the bump

White house physio

CND removals –  removal company

Sheffield university’s theatre and performance festival

Sheffield university staff cricket club

Swallownest baptist church

ITS Sheffield – IT services

Visualis – TV, film and video production

Tim Cleasby – photographer

4 networking Hillsborough – networking in Hillsborough

JCI Sheffield – personal development organisation

Cats for peru – band

TDC – events and video

Snooker skills – not for profit social enterprise to help disadvantaged groups through snooker

Forced entertainment – group of six artists

Sweet theatre – handmade sweets

Walkabout bar

Chariband – promotion and fundraising social enterprise

ESP projects – social enterprise providing ICT services to the social economy

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