What’s in this week’s Sheffield Telegraph

Weston Park Museum Village Fete: Jennifer Horseman from Cresswell Crags describes early hominid skulls to Cara Guihen (4)
Weston Park Museum Village Fete: Jennifer Horseman from Cresswell Crags describes early hominid skulls to Cara Guihen (4)
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Take a look at what’s inside the latest edition of the Sheffield Telegraph - out Thursday, August 20.

- A&E is back on track in Sheffield, but cancer targets have been missed and 1,600 days of care wasted in a single month to bed-blocking

- David Bocking pays a visit to Weston Park Museum’s village fete to find out more about its £1 million appeal to fund a revamp

- The National Trust’s allotment at Hagg Lane, in Crosspool, is bearing fruit, the Telegraph discovers in a special feature

- A zoologist reveals his plan for a walk-through reptile and amphibian zoo in Attercliffe

- Dairy farmer Eddie Andrew, of Our Cow Molly, speaks out about the need for ‘sustainable milk prices’

- Plus news of Sheffield school’s good performance in this year’s GCSEs and a £10 million project to give Sheffield University a new ‘heart’

Also food writer Ellen Beardmore gives the thumbs-up to the ‘authentic approach’ of Indian restaurant Arusuvai, in Hillsborough, and arts correspondent Ian Soutar speaks to actor Mark Benton, appearing in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels at the Lyceum. And there’s the usual listings, sport - including Alan Biggs’ must-read column - and the Sheffield Telegraph’s unrivalled property guide.