The best photos we took in Sheffield this week

Our photographers have been busy again this week around Sheffield

Friday, 29th March 2019, 1:33 pm
Updated Friday, 29th March 2019, 1:38 pm
Renishaw Hall & Gardens announces new exhibition of Osbert Sitwell's literary legacy - marking 50th years since the writer's death. Renishaw Hall & Gardens opens for the 2019 season on Wednesday 27th March and the exhibition will open from mid-April.
Renishaw Hall & Gardens announces new exhibition of Osbert Sitwell's literary legacy - marking 50th years since the writer's death. Renishaw Hall & Gardens opens for the 2019 season on Wednesday 27th March and the exhibition will open from mid-April.

Here's our pick of the best photographs from the team at The Star this week.

Get Up To Speed Show at Magna. Pictured is Isabella Fletcher.
Volunteer Susan Gillie takes Margaret Rishbeth and Dianna Derbyshire for a ride at the official launch of Cycling Without Age at Weston Park.

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Opening at the Graves Gallery on Saturday 30 March, This Life is so Everyday: The Home in British Art 19501980 brings together work by Patrick Caulfield, Helen Chadwick, Richard Hamilton, David Hockney, Anne Redpath and Su Richardson to show how artists have explored our diverse experiences of home life. Pictured is Dr Abi Shapiro with works by William Scott. Picture: Chris Etchells
Teachers on the picket line at Bradfield School.
Renishaw Hall & Gardens announces new exhibition of Osbert Sitwell's literary legacy - marking 50th years since the writer's death. Renishaw Hall & Gardens opens for the 2019 season on Wednesday 27th March and the exhibition will open from mid-April.
Action fom the Howard Street Dual 2019.
CEO Matthew Wakefield, pictured by a 47ft RNLI Lifeboat.
The Magnificent Seven Cycle Hill Climb. Blake Street.
Pictured is Boxer Kid Galahad at the St Thomas Gym,Newman Road,Wincobank.