14 pictures to take you back to Sheffield's Flower Estate in years gone by

The Flower Estate gets its name from its streets, which are named after flowers and over the years so many people have called Foxglove Road or Primrose Avenue home.

Thursday, 25th February 2021, 10:34 am
Children from the Flower Estate as the Family fun day in 1997
Children from the Flower Estate as the Family fun day in 1997

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Children from the Flower Estate meeting Police Dog Zeus and PC Kevin Godley at the Family Fun Fair in Wincoban in 1997

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Ellen O'Shea with 3 years old Rebecca pictured on Daffodil Road on the Flower Estate in 1998
Michael Jowitt and Doreen Birch of Daffodil Road pictured in 1998
Lloyds TSB Meadowhall branch manager Linda Rodgers (seated right) with some of the mums and children from the Flower Estate Community Association Playgroup pictured in 1999
Sheffield Council Chief Exec Bob Kerslake and Council Leader Jan Wilson chatting to Sandra Catling resident of Lilac Road along with Neighbourhood Warden Bob Bowden in 2004
Members of the Flower Estate Family Association pictured in 2006
The Flower Estate Community Association building on Bracken Road which is celebrating it's 25th Anniversary in 2007. Pictured were members of the over 50's club Lilies Brissett, Mary Allen and Arleen Wright are joined by June Smith (rear) for lunch
Members of the Flower Estate over 50's club Olivine Benjamin,Olga Williams and Inez May Stewart did a bit of knitting in 2007
Pictured at home on Bracken Road, Flowers Estate, Wincobank, Sheffield is Efstathios Savvidis and his partner Sarah Butterworth and their children Nikos 2, and Zac 11 months in 2009
Stories in steel were unveiled in Wincobank. Councillor Penny Smith, Sheffield City Council's Cabinet Member for Housing, Regeneration and Planning was pictured with the plaques and children from the Flower Estate Community Association afterschool club in 2010
Parents Kerry Wraith, Wendy Lawless and Michelle Hadley pictured in 2011 with their children who want the after school clubs to find funding
Members of the Flower Estate Community Association pictured in 2011
Pictured are residents who gathered 30 bags of rubbish on litter pick around the Flower Estate, Firth Park back in 2013