The full stay-at-home lockdown is set to come to end on Monday, March 29, lifting restrictions which stipulate that only essential journeys should be made.
From the same date, groups of six people or two households will be permitted to meet in an outdoor space such as a park or garden, providing they adhere to social distancing guidelines.
Sheffield is the greenest city in Europe, and is blessed with a wealth of beauty spots and stunning green spaces.
With that in mind, we have compiled a list of some of the city’s most picturesque locations that could provide the backdrop for you to be reunited with loved ones outdoors.
Scroll through and see whether your favourite Steel City vista has been included on our list.
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1. Sheffield's Botanical Gardens
The city's stunning Botanical Gardens, which are located off Ecclesall Road, have more than 5,000 species of plant over 19 acres of land. They were designed by Robert Murnock and first opened in 1836. Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe - May 28, 2020.
Photo: Jonathan Gawthorpe
2. Meersbrook Park
Meersbrook Park boasts some of the best views of the Steel City, so why not plan to meet five friends or another household there?
Photo: Chris Etchells
3. Ecclesall Woods
The beautiful Ecclesall Woods cover approximately 350 acres, and are the perfect location for a spring walk with friends and loved ones
Photo: Tony Johnson
4. Rivelin Valley
The picturesque Rivelin Valley has some of the best scenery Sheffield has to offer, and includes a nature trail for adults and youngsters to enjoy
Photo: Bruce Rollinson