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The Vault, a new restaurant at the Dronfield Arms, opened last week with a Michelin-trained chef at the helm. Dronfield-born Paul Widdowson cut his teeth at the Michelin starred Dukes Hotel in London’s St. James Place and The Oak Room, Piccadilly, before working all over the country in various Michelin-starred and rosette establishments.

He’s come back to his roots to have a family and make his mark locally. His goal is to provide “delicious and innovative food without pretension or formality”. The Vault is open Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.

SHEFFIELD bakers Fletchers have won gold at The Grocer Own Label Food & Drink Awards 2012.

The winning product, Tesco White English Muffins, won the traditional bakery category with a near-perfect score.

DO-SI-DO the night away at the Whirlow Hall Farm Barn Dance on Friday June 29. Pie and peas are in the £14 ticket price (it’s £7 for under 11s).

The following night there’s a Beer, Bangers and Comedy night. Tickets, £22, include a pint of real ale and a Whirlow banger in a bun. Toby Foster and the Last Laugh Comedy Club entertain. Contact Sarah on 0114 2352678.

TAKE afternoon tea at the DoubleTree by Hilton Sheffield Park and do your bit for the environment.

For every £10.95 Summer Tree Tea bought up to August 31, £2 will go towards planting trees in support of the Woodland Trust’s Jubilee Woods campaign, which aims to plant six million trees in 2012.

Book on 0114 2829988.