Kinspeed’s Training Facility Is Now Full Of Sheffield Legends!

Kinspeed’s Training Facility Is Full Of Sheffield Legends!

Kinspeed’s new training facility has been open to the public since July and has been successfully teaching our new and existing customers how to utilise their Sage software. However, there has been something missing in our training facility since the beginning and that has been the visual representation of Sheffield! After much discussion, Kinspeed decided to hang a variety of Sheffield legends on our bare walls to emphasise our Sheffield spirit. It wasn’t long before everyone wanted to put their favourite legend on the training facility walls, but the following are the ones who made the cut:

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Jessica Ennis

The current Olympic heptathlon champion seemed like an obvious choice for Kinspeed’s walls. Jessica Ennis, who currently lives in the Sheffield area, is a huge Sheffield United fan and even has a stand in Bramall Lane named after her!

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Michael Palin

Being one of the members of the Monty Python group, Michael Palin is a saint in English comedy. He was born in Broomhill, Sheffield and his father worked for a steel firm. Michael is also well-known for his travel documentaries.

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Human League

Human League was formed in Sheffield in 1977 as an electronic new wave band. Their hits such as ‘Don’t You Want Me’, ‘Open Your Heart’ and ‘Fascination’ has made them a legend in electro-pop and have influenced many other artists including Moby and Pet Shop Boys.

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Jarvis Cocker

The figure head of the Britpop movement of the mid-1990s was born in the Intake area of Sheffield city. Jarvis is a well-known musician, but rose to fame with his band Pulp. I think Jarvis will be bringing that much needed indie edge to our training rooms.

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