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Pure Delight are based in Sheffield South Yorkshire, and specialise in the removal of unwanted body hair and skin rejuvenation for both men and women.
Using the Energist Ultra VPL™ system to deliver a sequence of rapid pulses of light energy to the skin for hair removal and skin regeneration, we can guarantee clients will be treated with the optimum individual settings for their skin and hair type.
All hair removal is sequential and controlled, so you can choose total hair removal or just partial thinning.
Take a look around the website, www.puredelight.co.uk and find out more about the wonder of Pure Delight’s hair removal and skin regeneration solutions, and also we hope you will contact us for a completely confidential visit to our clinic to find out more.
Sheffield City Airport was a small airport in Sheffield; it is now closed. It was in the Tinsley Park area of the city, near the M1 motorway and Sheffield Parkway, and opened in 1997. The airport's CAA licence was withdrawn on 21 April 2008 and it was officially closed on 30 April 2008, as Sheffield City Council had approved plans to turn the airport into a business park. On 22 November 2012, the South and East Yorkshire Branch of the Federation of Small Businesses launched a campaign and petition with the aim of delaying redevelopment of the airport site, and calling for the airport's potential to be reassessed. Three weeks later, a mystery bidder made a bid to Sheffield City Council to reopen the airport.HistoryAn early proposal was made in 1968 to build an airport on land near Todwick in Rotherham but came to nothing. The lack of an airport in Sheffield was (is) due primarily to the fact there is only a limited area of flat land large enough for it. In fact the size of the airport which was eventually built was determined by this geographical factor. It is not coincidental that Sheffield is built on hills because the resultant rivers powered the development of its most famous industries, namely steel making and engineering.The airport was built, after a consultants report, on a short-runway STOLPORT model similar to London City Airport. It offered flights to Belfast, Amsterdam, Brussels, Dublin, Jersey and London with the airlines KLM uk, Sabena, British Airways and Aer Arann. The Amsterdam service was described by KLM uk as the best start-up they had ever experienced.