Here, we look back to mums and children having fun together over in Sheffield the years and wish all mothers a lovely day, however you’re managing to celebrate, even if it has to be long distance this year.
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1. Who dares wins 1
Snakes alive! Its a Mother's Day dare at the Tropical Butterfly House, North Anson in 2002. Taking on the challenge is mother-of-two Karen Bradley, landlady of the Junction Hotel, Woodhouse
Photo: Dennis Lound
2. Who dares wins 2
Supermum Margaret Lane of Sheffield shows there's no wiggling out of the Mother's Day Creepy Crawlie Challenge the following year. Her bravery earned her a cream tea in the cafe.
Photo: Leon Neal
3. Working relationship
Leanne Kelley and mum Anne , who worked together at Morrison's York Road in 2002, looking forward to Mothers Day
Photo: Barry Richardson
4. Ultimate gift
Cally Longden, weight 6lb 13oz, was born on Mother's Day 2000 at the Jessop Hospital to mum Debra Anson of Frecheville, Sheffield
Photo: Mike Waistell