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Leading family information service Sheffield Information Link (SIL) says that families and young people need to be 'internet-savvy' when turning to the web first with their questions and concerns,

The comments come after the publication of a report by young people's support charity, Get Connected, which claims that Britain's youngsters are overwhelmingly turning to the internet rather than family and friends to look for help.

The Connected Generation Report, which was published this month, claims that nine out of ten young people with emotional problems, relationship issues, sexual issues and housing problems now prefer to go on-line for advice.

Mansfield-based became the first company to support Glapwell Football Club by purchasing one of its new corporate season tickets for the 2010/2011 season at Field Mill.

Juliet Marke, who is heading up the launch of Insure4biz, commented:

"Glapwell FC is a forward-thinking club that has the community at its heart. We're delighted to be involved and are proud to be the first company to purchase a corporate season ticket. All at Insure4biz wish the club great success as it moves to a new era in its history."

Specialist electronic and electrical waste recycling company SR Recycling from Barnsley is holding two FREE special one-off waste collection days for businesses and organisations in Barnsley and Rotherham.

On Tuesday 27th of July SR Recycling will be touring Barnsley collecting electrical and electronic office waste. On Thursday the 29th of July SR Recycling will transfer the collection to Rotherham.

SR Recycling has teamed up with Barnsley and Rotherham Chamber of Commerce to stage the free collection days – normally there would be a charge for such collections.

Demand for information on Autistic Spectrum Conditions by families in Sheffield has more than doubled in some cases in the last year according to leading Family Information Service, Sheffield Information Link (SIL).

SIL manages the Sheffield Information Giving Network (SIGN), a service for families of children with disabilities, health conditions and special needs. SIGN’s comparative figures for information requests for 2008/09 and 2009/10 show increases of 67% for Aspergers Syndrome, 16% for Dyspraxia and 13% for Autism; all three are considered to be related to the Autistic Spectrum Condition.

Businesses across the East Midlands and South Yorkshire are being invited to a unique event designed to help them prosper through the recession while providing a cancer charity with a boost.

The “Cross Border Business Booster” being held at Mansfield Town Football Club on June 14th has two of the country’s leading business speakers giving their time for free to help raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Care. The two speakers are Steve Pipe and Rob Brown.

The event is being organised by Graham Parker of Parker PR. It is the first in a series of events he is planning after the death of his father from cancer earlier this year.

“These are testing times for businesses and they need all the help they can get. Our two speakers will together provide businesses with a raft of new tools and techniques to improve profit margins and win more business. We have run similar events to these before and they are popular because we are providing something in return for the donation. Because we are being sponsored w, we can offer this event with a 75% discount on the normal cost to delegates so it’s a real win-win scenario,” said Graham Parker.

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