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Infraglo - Sheffield Ltd, Sheffield | Tourist Information

Dannemora Drive, Greenland Road, Industrial Park
Sheffield, United Kingdom S9 5DF

0114 249 5445

Infraglo was formed in 1990 by the purchase of an established company in the radiant heating field of some sixteen years standing, together with the Flamrad marque which was an established trade name and eponymous for radiant heating. An experienced board of directors have a 'hands on' approach to development and problem solving, providing you with the best results whatever your requirements and criteria. Infraglo has an on going quality assurance and testing programme, and an in-house gas analysing test laboratory to assist our OEM customers with CE approval on their appliances, which our highly trained assembly and production team can process to the highest standard

Manufacturing Near Infraglo - Sheffield Ltd

A bouncy castle man
Distance: 1.5 mi Tourist Information
unit 2 plumb units, east lane
Doncaster, dn7 5hf

01302 351444

manufacture , repair , hire , testing of all inflatables . A family run business trading for 12 years . Catering for the general public , local authorities and the entertainment industry . on site repair work available , small and large repair work undertaken . also recovering work . gazebo repair work , etc

Oakworth Homes
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
Sustainable Building Centre, 35 Handsworth Road
Sheffield, S9 4AA

01142 611150

Oakworth Homes supply timber frame solutions for timber frame homes and timber frame houses across the UK. They work alongside self builders and developers supplying a range of services bespoke for your project.

Anchor Manufacturing LTD
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
70 Broad Oaks
Sheffield, S9 3HJ


Anchor Manufacturing LTD, based in Sheffield, South Yorkshire formed in 2003 by a group of engineers with decades of experience in the sheet metal industry. Our core business involves the fabrication of sheet metal products in Sheffield stainless steel and other quality metals.

The Laser Cutting Company Ltd
Distance: 0.7 mi Tourist Information
58-64 Catley Road
Sheffield, S9 5JF

0114 242 0101

Cloud Electronics Limited
Distance: 0.9 mi Tourist Information
140 Staniforth Road
Sheffield, S9 3HF

0114 244 7051

Welcome For well over three decades Cloud has led the field in high-quality commercial audio systems. Over this time the world’s most prestigious and respected brand names have turned to us without question, again and again. Blue-chip brands from the world of high street retail. International hotel chains. Museums, entertainment venues, health and fitness centres: they all choose Cloud. The reason? Together we share an uncompromising commitment to excellence. We understand the importance of reliability in our respective enterprises. We know that quality pays for itself in the end, many times over. Our clients value clear and faultless sound that is easily managed and consistently trouble free. Cloud enjoys a worldwide reputation for delivering exactly that, won almost entirely through word of mouth. Performance over time is the only benchmark, and we set that benchmark. All of our products are backed with a five-year guarantee.

Interior Surfaces
Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
Unit 1A Bankside Works Darnall Road
Sheffield, S9 5AH

0114 2493874

Black Pit Wargames
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
682 Attercliffe Road
Sheffield, S9 3RP


Providing tables for wargaming and boardgaming. Folding gaming tables in various formats to suit different games, specializing in the skirmish games which require an area for statistic cards to be kept. On request I can build bespoke terrain pieces and boards through discussion to suit your requirements. I do not have a shop front, please contact me via phone or email.

Distance: 0.6 mi Tourist Information
150 Worksop Road
Sheffield, S9 3TN

0114 243 9009

DioMet Fabrications is a Sheffield UK based and family run architectural metalwork company that has been trading for over 25 years. Here at DioMet we offer a wide range of products that are available to purchase online but at the same time offer exceptional flexibility as the manufacturer. The vast majority of products found on our website are designed and manufactured in house at our workshop in Sheffield. This allows us to offer a bespoke service that can adapt to every customer requirement. Since the beginning DioMet was predominantly commercially focused, concentrating on providing a full service of survey, design, manufacture and installation and we still continue to do so for major house builders and construction companies across the UK. In recent years DioMet has moved with the times, realising a market for domestic customers who want a fantastic product but at a reasonable price. As we buy in bulk and have hundreds of trade connections we are able to source our raw materials at low prices and can in turn offer budget priced products to the domestic market with no compromise on quality. Everybody knows that Sheffield has historically been the UK hub for steelwork manufacture, known as the Steel City and this remains the case today. Steelwork is produced in our workshops to an exceptional level that makes us proud to distribute the brand DioMet and attach it to our Sheffield roots. Benefits of our ecommerce website and delivery service allow customers from all over the UK to purchase products at affordable prices without compromise on quality as seen by some inferior imported goods or at the prices of some of our extortionate competitors! The recent trend of DIY installations has led to a service which comprises of design, manufacture and delivery to our customers door. All we ask is that basic dimensions are provided, along with pictures if necessary to aid our highly skilled and experienced design team. From here we can produce AutoCAD drawings for our customers to check so they can not only see exactly what their chosen product is going to look like, but also to double check all measurements prior to manufacture to ensure the product fits like a glove. This DIY tailored service works exceptionally well for our most popular product, stainless steel and glass balustrades. All balustrade and handrail products of this nature are provided in kit form with installation drawings for two main reasons. Firstly, this allows us to dispatch our products to a national audience but secondly it also allows installation of what would otherwise be a skilled job to become DIY friendly. Quality and affordability are one side of the coin. Exemplary service is the other. DioMet are a family run business and we know how important it is to provide a service to be proud of which is how we have retained so many existing commercial customers and gained so many new recommendations over the years. Word of mouth is the best form of advertising and we certainly have a service worth talking about! All enquiries are dealt with quickly and professionally and all projects are delivered on time and to the right standard. Our after sales service does not compromise either, we are always at the end of the phone to offer advice on installation and maintenance. See our testimonials : .

MM Bell & Sons Ltd
Distance: 0.3 mi Tourist Information
Units 4-6 Shepcote Enterprise Park 2, 3 Europa Drive
Sheffield, S9 1XT

0114 256 5260

Eldon Tool and Engineering Limited
Distance: 0.8 mi Tourist Information
28 Don Road
Sheffield, S9 2UB

0114 280 0500

Local Business Near Infraglo - Sheffield Ltd

Complex Online Ltd
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
130 Handsworth Road
Sheffield, United Kingdom S9 4AA

0114 256 1010

Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
130 Handsworth Rd
Sheffield, United Kingdom S9 4AE

0114 256 1010

Helen Castle Massage Therapist
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
12 Clifton Ave
Sheffield, United Kingdom S9 4BA

07770 727083

Avon by Elisha
Distance: 1.4 mi Tourist Information
280 hall road
Sheffield, United Kingdom S9

+44 7867 390268

Davy Sports and Social Club
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
630 Prince of Wales Road
Sheffield, United Kingdom

Half Moon
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
Mather Rd
Sheffield, United Kingdom S9 4GP

0114 244 1387

Marvel Cleaning
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
341 Hall Road
Sheffield, United Kingdom S9 4AF


Cyberdoll faces.
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
1 Halsall Avenue
Sheffield, United Kingdom S9 4JA

Annie's Picture Show
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
Alder Lane
Darnall, United Kingdom S9 4AL

Family run business offering personalised art and gifts, unique ideas with a handmade touch, perfect for any occasion. Offering a range of scrabble frames, notice boards and pin boards, coasters, hanging art and memo and note pads. All made, by hand, using scrabble pieces as the material and your ideas and requests as inspiration. Scrabble pieces are available in wood, pink, ivory or blue plastic. Choices for backing and frames are far reaching. Prices start from as little as £2.50!! Please don't hesitate to get in touch with any questions or enquiries.
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information, 9 Parkway Rise
Sheffield, United Kingdom S9 4WQ

01142433000 supplies premium authentic design direct to architects, interior designers & residential customers. Follow us on: Pinterest: Twitter: Instagram:

Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
Prince Of Wales Road, Darnall
Sheffield, United Kingdom S9 4EX

0114 244 9971

Brakeline Motor Factors
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
4B Parkway Rise
Sheffield, United Kingdom S9 4WQ

07899 006 670

Hillcroft joiners Sheffield
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
99 Parkway Avenue
Sheffield, United Kingdom S9 4WG

0845 459 6106

Sheffield Green Removals
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
99 Parkway Avenue
Sheffield, United Kingdom S9 4WG

0114 2000000

CTS Apprenticeships
Distance: 1.1 mi Tourist Information
3 Acres Hill Business Park
Sheffield, United Kingdom S94LR


Swift Realisation
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
The Quadrant, 99 Parkway Avenue
Sheffield, United Kingdom S9 4WG


Swift Realisation was established in 2008 by Kristy Swift. As former Executive Director of Regen School, The Community Based School of Regeneration, Kristy had supported several hundreds of businesses, social enterprises and community organisations and had identified a gap in the consultancy market... There were lots of consultants out there that would go into organisations, analyse and identify business needs and leave behind a plan or strategy that would inspire, enthuse and then subsequently get shelved because of a lack of time, resource or expertise. Kristy had seen so many fantastic projects start with great enthusiasm only to get put on hold a few months later - so she decided to do something about it... and Swift Realisation was born. Swift Realisation is all about 'making things happen'. Traditional consultancy is just the first stage of the process. We support organisations to identify their goals and develop implementation plans and then take a hands on approach to delivering the project for as long as necessary to ensure goals are achieved quickly, efficiently, on time and always to the highest standard. We define this approach as Rapid Action Project Management. How much we get involved is completely up to you - we can kick start your project and then hand it over once it is gets off the ground, take on only the tasks that you don't have the time or skill to complete in-house or simply meet with you on a regular basis to review your project milestones and keep the momentum going. This approach works across all the support we offer from new business start ups, turnaround support, website development, social media, marketing campaigns and event management.

The Wednesday Cricket Club
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
Davy Sports Club, Prince of Wales Road, Darnall
Sheffield, United Kingdom S9

0114 230 7044

The Wednesday Cricket Club was founded in 1820 and soon became one of the pre-eminent cricket clubs in the Sheffield area. The Wednesday club was the direct forerunner of Sheffield Wednesday Football Club. Six local tradesmen - William Stratford (the first President), John Southren, Tom Lindley, William Woolhouse, George Dawson and George Hardisty, formed The Wednesday Cricket Club, so named because that was their day off, and therefore the only day they could play. One of the club's first grounds was the New Darnall ground (parts of the old one had collapsed during a big game between Sheffield and Nottingham), which was more than capable of hosting a big game, perhaps the biggest of them all coming in 1828 when a combined Yorkshire, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire XI faced a Rest of England XI in front of a sell-out crowd of 8,000. Sheffield had been the home of cricket in the north of England during the first half of the nineteenth century, and Sheffield Cricket Club had played under the guise of a 'Yorkshire' side for many years prior to the formation of Yorkshire Country Cricket Club in 1863. Some great local cricketers appeared for the Wednesday club, men like Michael Ellison (who later helped form Yorkshire CCC), William Slinn, Tom Hunt, George Pinder, Tom Armitage, (selected in the England team that took on Australia in the first ever test match in 1877), and possibly the greatest of them all, Tom Marsden. Marsden was for many years the best single wicket cricketer in the north of England, and, not short on confidence, he put up a £50 reward for anyone to beat him. The great Southern cricketer of the time, Fuller Pilch, did just that, in 1828, and when a rematch was organised, over 20,000 crammed into the Old Darnall ground hoping to see their man gain revenge. However Marsden was defeated once more, and it proved to be the beginning of the end for a player who, aged just 21, had hit 227 in a game for Sheffield & Leicester versus Nottingham, at that time only the third double century seen in England. In 1841 he finally lost his northern single wicket crown to Harry Sampson, another Wednesday man who later that year scored 162 against Sheffield on ice! The town was awash with multi-talented sportsmen around the mid-Nineteenth century, and a few even managed to appear for both the cricket and football sections of the Wednesday club, William Stacey and Lance Morley, among them. However the most famous man to appear for the club in both sports was one of Sheffield's greatest ever characters - George Ulyett. Ulyett made his only competitive appearance for the football club when keeping goal against Notts County in an 1883 FA Cup tie, but the Pitsmoor man was far more renowned as a top class cricketer. After playing in the first ever test match alongside Tom Armitage, his most famous moment came in 1884, when claiming a wicket against the Australians at Lord's. Having bowled to renowned hard hitter George Bonner, the batsman smashed it straight back down the wicket, and to the amazement of the crowd, Ulyett caught it. The great W.G. Grace even labelled him 'foolish' for attempting such a catch, as he believed it would have broken his arm should the bowler have misjudged it. The Wednesday Cricket Club has now re-formed thanks to a group of enthusiastic Owls fans and have entered a team into the Midweek Alliance League for the forthcoming 2011 summer season.

Kaplan Financial
Distance: 1.3 mi Tourist Information
Quadrant Business Park, 99 Parkway Suite 2
Sheffield, United Kingdom S9 4WG

0113 243 7400

Occasions Boxed
Distance: 1.2 mi Tourist Information
99 parkway avenue
Sheffield, United Kingdom s9 4wg

Havercroft House Nursery & Pre School
Distance: 1.0 mi Tourist Information
475 Main Road
Sheffield, United Kingdom S9 4