ON his head, son. Jokers at The Star's York Street, Sheffield, headquarters used a football sticker to turn this health and safety sign into an advert for the beautiful game.
The warning that the floor is wet now looks less like someone skidding, more like they are sending one flying into the top corner Pele style.
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Wheel nice show
IT is the 200 ft observation wheel which Sheffield fell in love with.
And it seems the giant attraction, which stood on Fargate for 16 months, is just as popular at its new Hyde Park home, in London.
The park's Winter Wonderland festival, of which it was part, attracted a record-breaking two million visitors over the last seven weeks, organiser AEG Live has announced. As part of that, the wheel went round more than 100,000 times.
A ROTHERHAM man is looking for revellers of a certain age who partied at the legendary Charade nightclub in the town.
Keith Brisland is researching a book on the venue, which was based on The Stag roundabout between 1968 and 1981. The building is now a dance studio.
Anyone with tales to share should email firstname.lastname@example.org
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