Sheffield heritage: 11 of the city's most cherished old buildings which have been locally listed

These landmark buildings, including pubs past and present, former swimming pools, old cinemas and schools, are among the most cherished in the city.

They are part of Sheffield’s heritage, full of memories for the many people who have worked, played or drunk there.

Several are still used for their original purpose, others are sitting empty and some have been given a new lease of life, including as a bingo hall and a carpet showroom.

They have all been added to the South Yorkshire Local Heritage List, offering them some protection against demolition or alteration, albeit not to the same extent as with national listing.

There are 167 buildings, other structures and sites across Sheffield on the list, and 447 around South Yorkshire as a whole, with more under consideration.

You can view the list, and nominate your favourite buildings, monuments and green spaces for inclusion at:

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