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.
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1. Cocker the walk
Joe Cocker at Sheffield Town Hall to unveil his Legends plaque in December 2007
Photo: Dennis Lound
2. Tribute to Tony
Tony Foulds, who looks after the Mi Amigo air disaster memorial in Endcliffe Park, is visibly moved to get his star on the Walk of Fame in 2019
Photo: Marie Caley
3. Designer David
The family of 'cutlery king', renowned designer David Mellor, unveiling his plaque in 2007. From left, leader of the Sheffield City Council Coun Jan Wilson, Clare Mellor, Corin Mellor, Lord Mayor Coun Jackie Drayton and Fiona MacCarthy, rear
Photo: Barry Richardson
4. Author's accolade
Novelist Dame Margaret Drabble uncovering her Walk of Fame star with leader of the council Coun Julie Dore and Lord Mayor Coun John Campbell in May 2012
Photo: CHRIS LAWTON