Workers remembered in Central Park
More than 100 people gathered at the memorial stone in central park to pay their respects to those who have tragically lost their lives in the workplace.
British Steel apprentices undertake charity work in the community
Apprentices from British Steel’s Scunthorpe site have continued giving a helping hand to the community by volunteering at Jerry Green’s Dog Rescue and Lindsey Lodge Hospice.
British Steel family day takes place at Glanford Park
The children of British Steel employees helped fly the flag for the company at Scunthorpe United's latest match.
Scunthorpe United staging British Steel family day this Saturday
Scunthorpe United are staging a special British Steel family day this weekend to celebrate our community partnership.
British Steel employees hand over collections to their local foodbanks
Employees at nine British Steel locations have collected items for their local food banks.
British Steel Express raises £500 for Lindsey Lodge Hospice
The British Steel Express, which toured the Scunthorpe works at the weekend, has raised more than £500 for our community partner.
British Steel welcomes 28 new Industrial Cadets to Teesside
British Steel has welcomed 28 more youngsters to its Teesside Beam Mill as the business reaffirms its commitment to the Industrial Cadets scheme inspired by HRH The Prince of Wales.
British Steel choose Lindsey Lodge as their charity
British Steel employees in Scunthorpe have chosen Lindsey Lodge Hospice to be their nominated charity.
British Steel launches festive foodbank appeal
British Steel will once again be holding a nationwide foodbank appeal to help those in need this Christmas.
Blast furnaces lit purple to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer
British Steel is supporting Pancreatic Cancer UK's 'Purple Lights' campaign.
Return of an icon
The iconic slag tipper ladle feature at one of the main entrances to our Scunthorpe site has been refurbished, relit and returned to its former glory.
Scunthorpe United visits British Steel to see how we will make steel for their new stadium
The Iron are set to move from their current Glanford Park base into a new 12,000 seat stadium, which will be built as part of the Lincolnshire Lakes housing development to the west of the town.
British Steel apprentices volunteering in the community
Today some of British Steel’s apprentices have been out helping a local housing association.
Apprentices help build stronger communities
Some of British Steel's third year apprentices have been out and about in the community volunteering for Scunthorpe-based organisation Empathy Support.
British Steel packs a punch with new community fund
We have launched a new community fund - find out more here!
British Steel apprentice champions Lincolnshire and Nottingham Air Ambulance
British Steel 2nd year Technical Apprentice Adam Clarkson has been awarded a £200 community champion award for his fundraising efforts for the Lincs and Notts air ambulance.
Steam loco back on track at British Steel in Scunthorpe
A steam locomotive which has been lovingly restored over the last nine years is taking visitors around British Steel’s Scunthorpe works.
British Steel to make Football League debut as Scunthorpe United play Bristol Rovers
Scunthorpe United will start the new season tomorrow, proudly wearing their new British Steel shirts for the first time in competitive action.
British Steel One Million Steps challenge complete
Employees clocked up 18 million steps in July as part of British Steel's One Million Steps challenge.
British Steel gives cash boost to Scunthorpe Parkrun
Scunthorpe’s hugely popular Parkrun, which attracts hundreds of runners every week, has been given a cash boost by British Steel.
Scunthorpe United’s new stadium will be built using British Steel
Scunthorpe United’s new state-of-the-art stadium will be built using homemade steel after the Iron forged a new partnership with British Steel.
Steelworks taskforce and support fund to be renamed British Steel
The taskforce and support fund for Scunthorpe steelworkers and businesses are following in the footsteps of the steelworks and have been renamed to British Steel Taskforce and British Steel Support Fund.
More support for Children's Hospice
Our apprentices from the Scunthorpe site continue to support the Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, located in Sheffield, with another successful fundraiser.
Open day at Humber UTC
Humber UTC hosted an open day on Saturday 9 April from 10am to 2pm for prospective students to drop in with their parents to tour the facilities and talk to experts.