Saving a piece of Sheffield's manufacturing heritage

02/25/2013 | Guardian (London), The

Stainless steel cutlery was invented in Sheffield, England, about a century ago, but recent decades have seen the decimation of the city's small metal works as manufacturing moved overseas. Now, organizers who banded together in 2011 have raised enough money to buy and preserve a building that's still home to small craftsmen, and launch an apprenticeship program to train future small manufacturers.

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