Remembering Great Sheffield Flood 151 years on

People gathered at the Sheffield Flood Memorial on Millsands to mark the anniversary of the Great Sheffield Flood of 1864. Pictured are Ray Cundy, The Lord Mayor of Sheffield Peter Rippon, Annette Fearnley, and Ron Clayton.
People gathered at the Sheffield Flood Memorial on Millsands to mark the anniversary of the Great Sheffield Flood of 1864. Pictured are Ray Cundy, The Lord Mayor of Sheffield Peter Rippon, Annette Fearnley, and Ron Clayton.
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Sheffield residents gathered at the Sheffield Flood Memorial on Millsands in the city centre to mark the 151st anniversary of the Great Sheffield Flood.

The flood occurred on March 11, 1864. More than 240 people died and over 600 homes were damaged or destroyed.

Pictured are Ray Cundy, The Lord Mayor of Sheffield Peter Rippon, Annette Fearnley, and Ron Clayton.

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