Rock group Def Leppard watch as Sheffield Lord Mayor Jackie Drayton performs 'air guitar'  before they unveiled a plaque on Sheffield's Walk of Fame in June 2006
Rock group Def Leppard watch as Sheffield Lord Mayor Jackie Drayton performs 'air guitar' before they unveiled a plaque on Sheffield's Walk of Fame in June 2006

21 Sheffield legends honoured with their stars on Walk of Fame – who’s your favourite?

Legends every one of them – here are just some of the 21 Sheffielders, native and adopted, who have a star on the Sheffield Legends Walk of Fame outside the town hall.

Wednesday, 14th April 2021, 4:11 pm

They include showbiz stars, scientists, writers and artists, sporting greats, community champions and innovators. The very first in 2006 was England 1966 World Cup-winning goalkeeper Gordon Banks and the latest addition in 2019 was Tony Foulds, who looks after the Mi Amigo wartime air disaster memorial in Endcliffe Park.

Who would you put forward for the accolade?

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