Other useful sources of information and vacancies include:
Recruitment and Employment Confederation - use this to identify recruitment agencies operating in a particular town or city which are members of the Recruitment & Employment Confederation . You can then filter by employment sectors.
British Chambers of Commerce - use this to find the Chamber of Commerce nearest to where you want to work. A Chamber of Commerce is a network of local businesses. It's membership directory, or directory of member businesses, will help you identify potential employers including smaller businesses.
Prospects has a section about where to get careers advice - many careers services at higher education institutions throughout the UK will provide a service to recent graduates of other institutions which may include access to graduate vacancies. You can find a list of careers services by geographic region.
Local councils - many council websites are useful for finding information about the local economy and major employers. They may have directories of local businesses. Find local council websites throughout the UK.
Local newspapers - useful for job adverts and for news stories about companies in the area. Find daily and weekly regional newspapers.
Social media - websites such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and others are often used by companies to advertise vacancies. On LinkedIn for example, you can search for ex Sheffield Hallam students working in companies or jobs you may be interested in.