What’s in this week’s Sheffield Telegraph

A man stops with his dog to admire a late summer dawn breaking over Winnats Pass near Castleton in the Peak District. Picture: F Stop Press
A man stops with his dog to admire a late summer dawn breaking over Winnats Pass near Castleton in the Peak District. Picture: F Stop Press
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Take a look at what’s inside this week’s Sheffield Telegraph, out Thursday, August 27.

- The city’s property market is on the up, with a rise in prices, packed auction rooms and even the return of bidding wars

- Feature writer David Bocking meets Sheffield’s sugarcrafters, enthusiasts who sculpt remarkable creations out of sweet icing

- Residents in Nether Edge are gearing up for the suburb’s first ever festival, a celebration of creativity, in just over a week’s time

- Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus talk about their exciting appearance on the TV quiz show Eggheads

- Ellen Beardmore tours the city’s hidden parks and green spaces in a special report

Plus there’s the usual food, arts, events listings, business, sport - including Alan Biggs’ must-read column - and the essential Sheffield Property Guide. All for a cover price of just £1.20.