Was this how you would spend a typical Saturday in Sheffield in the 1980s?

How would you have spent your Saturdays in 1980s Sheffield?

Friday, 14th February 2020, 12:50 pm
Bingham and Browne, Castle Market, Sheffield in 1980
Bingham and Browne, Castle Market, Sheffield in 1980

Were you swimming in Attercliffe Baths, or picking or some bits and bobs at Castel Market?

Maybe you had a drink in Maynard Arms or popped on the city’s first bendy bus?

What do you remember of the 1980s and what key memories remind you of life from four decades ago?

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Fun at Attercliffe Swimming Baths in 1982
Sheffield welcomed the novelty of bendy buses in the 1980s.
Browsing the knitting patterns in the Brightside & Carbrook Store, Castle House, Sheffield, in 1986
Traffic problems during Fargate redevelopment, October 7, 1981
Sheffield United Juniors Under 11s team pictured in 1981
Were you part of the scouts? Pictured during odd job week at Cutlers Hall in 1981
You could buy anything second hand on Attercliffe Common in 1981
Members of Barnsley Miners Wives Action Group selling aprons made and designed by them to raise money for jailed and sacked miners in the1980s.
Skate Board Champion, Daryl Crossley (13) of Dial Way, Sheffield Lane Top, who won three second prizes at the English Skate Board Championships at Southsea (Portsmouth) and one first prize in the Southsea Skate Board Championships - 10th July 1980
Who remembers the scrap collector coming round?
Who remembers the tasty treats from Tuckwoods Restaurant?
High Street, Mosborough - 1980
Interior of the Maynard Arms, Grindleford - November 1980
Sheffield University students annual pyjama jump 1986