VOTE: Should Sheffield Don Valley Stadium be saved?

Your Vote: Have your say.
Your Vote: Have your say.
Have your say

SHEFFIELD’S Don Valley Stadium, built for the World Student Games, a training home for Jessica Ennis and a venue for sports and music events may close as part of £50 million council cuts.

But should it be saved? That’s what we want you to tell us.

Please take a moment to vote in our online poll, in the column on the right.

Chose Yes, if you thuink it should be saved, or No, if it should go.

Then press the Vote button.

You can follow the ongoing results by returning here through out the day. We will also feature the results in The Star and online.

Get your family and friends to also take part. The more people voting, the clearer picture we will build up as to what Sheffield and the region thinks.

If you’re a registered site user you can also leave a comment at the bottom of this story.

Tell us what you think about controversial plans to close the stadium.

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So sign up now, take part in this vote and have your say.


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READ MORE: MP Nick Clegg’s call to save Sheffield’s Don Valley Stadium - CLICK HERE and see Don Valley Stadium closure considered as part of cuts - CLICK HERE.