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Pubs and Clubs Guide: Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster

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GP Doctors NHS

Column: The country’s proud history of the NHS

The NHS is one of the best loved institutions in this country and touches all of us at various times in our lives.

News
Utopia in Sheffield: Life in a Victorian commune

Utopia in Sheffield: Life in a Victorian commune

It was one of the country’s first communes, but within two years the idyll was over amid arguments and recriminations. Stephen McClarence looks back on John Ruskin’s St George’s Farm.

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Rambling - Your Guide to Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster - w/c Saturday, September 16, 2017

Rambling - Your Guide to Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster - w/c Saturday, September 16, 2017

Ramble After 50 for Sheffield Singles, Walks every month. New walkers welcome. Dtls Moya 07999845638.

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The Devonshire Green stage at this year's Tramlines. Picture: Dean Atkins

Hillsborough Park 'the best place' for a relocated Tramlines festival in Sheffield

Hillsborough Park is the 'best place' in Sheffield for a relocated Tramlines festival in 2018, its bosses have argued - and the proposal has the full backing of the city council's major events chief.
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Alex Chinneck with the 'peeling road' - called Pick Yourself Up and Pull Yourself Together - on Sheffield Road, Tinsley. Picture by Andrew Roe

'It works here and it's believable': Sheffield reacts to upside-down car that has popped up on street

The sculptor tasked with designing Sheffield's biggest-ever piece of public art is getting a flavour of the city's reaction to his work.

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Listings: Health & Fitness

Listings: Health & Fitness

September 14 - September 21 2017

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Ken Dash outside Bishops' House. Picture by Andrew Roe

Why no bishops have ever lived at Bishops' House in Sheffield

The history books will have to be rewritten following a major discovery about one of Sheffield's oldest places.
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Alex Chinneck and his sculpture Pick Yourself Up and Pull Yourself Together - which has popped up in Tinsley, Sheffield

Upside-down car hanging off 'peeling road' pops up in Sheffield

A gravity-defying sculpture built from a car hanging upside down on a ripped-up stretch of road has appeared overnight in Sheffield - giving all who stumble across it a big surprise.
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Anita Marsh with April.

In The Saddle column: Onto a winner with a great ride!

It's really been one busy competitive season this year and last weekend was no exception.
Lifestyle

Getting back to nature by exploring woodland

When the Government announced its intention to sell off up to 150,000 hectares of English forests and woodland seven years ago, campaigners mounted a determined fight - and the furore convinced Peter Fiennes the time was right to pick up his pen.

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Column: Why finding Mr Right can be so wrong!

Column: Why finding Mr Right can be so wrong!

It is said that you have to kiss a lot of frogs before you finally find your prince.

News
Antique Column: Swagger this way with walking stick

Antique Column: Swagger this way with walking stick

My wife is a rabologist. There I’ve said it.
After years of keeping it behind closed doors the world is now aware of her affliction and hopefully now can appreciate what I have had to live with for the last forty years.

News
Rare toy figures under hammer at Sheffield auction

Rare toy figures under hammer at Sheffield auction

A collection of 30,000 toy figures dating from the early 20th century will go under the hammer in Sheffield.

Lifestyle
The Beauchief Hotel, Abbeydale Road South. Picture: Andrew Roe

Legal squatters check in at Sheffield's old Beauchief Hotel

A former hotel and restaurant in Sheffield is being lived in by 'legal squatters' ahead of the building's redevelopment.

Business
Alex Chinneck, who will design the �450,000 Tinsley Art Project, the largest art commission ever in Sheffield. Picture: Scott Merrylees

Star Interview: Sculptor aims to capture industrial ambition on a large scale to replace Sheffield’s Tinsley Towers

When 70 applicants from across the world put their names forward to take on Sheffield’s biggest-ever public art commission, one of the council’s main worries was that the successful candidate would end up spending little time in the city - making the odd flying visit here and there, with designs materialising from a remote studio.

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The Kaiser Chiefs and Manic Street Preachers were among the headliners at this year's Bingley Music Live.

LIVE REVIEW: Kaiser Chiefs, Manic Street Preachers and many more shine through the rain at Bingley Music Live

"Oh my God, I can't believe it, I've never been this far away from home," sang Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson as he brought the curtain down on the second day of this three day festival.

Lifestyle
Erica Nockalls and Miles Hunt.

Wonder Stuff singer announces concert date at tiny Doncaster village hall

Wonder Stuff lead singer Miles Hunt has announced a concert date at a tiny, Doncaster village hall.

Lifestyle
Darren Burke says the Xbox allows children to socialise in a different way.

FAMILY GUY COLUMN: Staying in with technology is the new way of 'playing out'

You can’t open a newspaper or turn on the TV or radio these days without some sort of daily assault of how technology is ruining our children’s lives.

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Kate Dore, director of Yorkshire Artspace and this year's chair of Sheffield's Culture Consortium, pictured at Exchange Place Studios. Picture: Chris Etchells

Space for improvement with £500,000 Sheffield art studios scheme

“The artists are really relieved,” says Kate Dore. The organisation she leads in Sheffield, Yorkshire Artspace, is being given £500,000 by Arts Council England to buy and refurbish its newest complex, Exchange Place Studios, and the decision has brought about much celebration.

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