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Pubs and Clubs Guide: Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster

Do you have an event you’d like to see in our Pubs and Clubs guide? Email the details to whats.on@sheffieldnewspapers.co.uk

Gigs and Music
What’s On Guide to Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster

What’s On Guide to Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster

Do you have an event you’d like to see promoted in our What’s On? Email the details to whats.on@sheffieldnewspapers.co.uk

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Ten Things To Do Today - Thursday, June 21, 2018

Ten Things To Do Today - Thursday, June 21, 2018

1. Beat merchants, live band, The Railway Hotel, Penistone Road North, Wadsley Bridge, Sheffield.

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How the Great Exhibition of the North's water sculpture will look

Making an exhibition of the North’s greatest work

Sheffield bid to be the host city – but Newcastle and Gateshead were victorious.

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Portland Works in Sheffield. Picture: Andrew Roe

Five years of preserving Sheffield's past and giving makers a place to thrive

"I think it's something to celebrate," says Stella Howe of Portland Works, the former Sheffield cutlery factory turned makers' hub which is marking the fifth anniversary of a successful takeover by campaigners.
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There are a wealth of exciting job opportunities in the healthcare sector currently on offer in Sheffield

Health Column: Understanding healthcare data and consent

Last month a new law came into force that affects businesses around the world who offer services to European citizens.

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James O'Hara. Picture: India Hobson

Star Interview: “The council thought we were insane when we said ‘Can we rent that toilet off you?’”: The Sheffield entrepreneur behind club nights, Tramlines and bars

From organising club nights to launching bars and co-founding the Tramlines music festival, James O’Hara has spent over a decade doing more than most to bring Sheffield popular venues and events with a fashionable edge.

Lifestyle
Sandie Keene and Ben Woollard, of Together for Sheffield, speaking at the Cathedral. Picture: Anna Hodges

Church volunteers worth over £11 million to Sheffield, 'faith audit' finds

Work carried out by faith groups in Sheffield is worth more than £11 million to the city - as 4,250 helpers give their time to provide over 700 projects.
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Lowoods Sea Angling feature

FEATURE: Lowoods group shares 45 year love of fishing

Ian Plant’s love of the open water goes back many years.

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In the Saddle: Pony to the rescue

In the Saddle: Pony to the rescue

It’s always sad to hear the plight of any rescue animals, but for me the saddest of all is the amount of horses and ponies left abandoned at the moment. I love to hear success stories though on how some of these unlucky ponies are rehabilitated and find a happy ending.

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A child in  fancy dress at the Broomhill Festival

Festival spirit returns to Broomhill in Sheffield for 44th year

The Broomhill Festival is back for its 44th year this weekend – bringing arts, literature, music and events with a sense of heritage to the Sheffield suburb.

Out and About
Barnburgh Main Colliery c1982

Closing date, after 78 years, for Doncaster pit

A South Yorkshire pit, sunk in 1911, was finally closed 29 years ago, on June 16, 1989.

Retro
Retiring headteacher at Sheffield High School, Valerie Dunsford. Picture: Dean Atkins

Star Interview: Retiring Sheffield headteacher looks to a life beyond school

“At the time you think, ‘Yes, this is the right decision’,” says Valerie Dunsford, who is about to retire after more than 14 years as head of Sheffield High School.

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Rambling - Your Guide to Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster

Rambling - Your Guide to Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster

W/C Saturday, June 16, 2018

Out and About

FEATURE: 'Willow Star has changed our family's lives' - WATCH VIDEO

From my seat on the sofa, I can see Sam Mills through the living room window; running around his back garden with an enormous grin on his face.

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Doncaster Royal Infirmary receives nearly four million calls a year

Column: Vital tests where we’re ahead of the field

We’re at the start of Cervical Screening Awareness Week and, as a GP, I’m today urging all Doncaster women to please attend your appointment when you are called for a smear test.

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Sam and Willow out for the day together

FEATURE: “Our family’s lives have been changed by Willow Star”

From my seat on the sofa, I can see Sam Mills through the living room window; running around his back garden with an enormous grin on his face.

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Handkerchief Vase

Antiques Column: Taking a Chance on historic vase

The Chance brothers, Lucas and William, had been working together as ‘Chance Brothers and Company’ at the Smethwick glassworks in the West Midlands since 1832 when William bought into Lucas’ business to save it from bankrupty.

Retro
Hunters Bar from above. Picture by John Scholey

City from the skies: Sheffield photographer's fascinating aerial images of beauty spots, M1 and suburbs

The M1 looks so peaceful from above - a complete contrast from the stressful reality for motorists on the ground.
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Rockstar

Enjoy the high life and live like a Rockstar at Lincolnshire's Tattershall Lakes

'It's all too beautiful', I joked as we approached our weekend getaway to murmurings about staying in a caravan; but seconds later my words became reality.
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