Retro

Retro

Women have been standing up and campaigning for 100 years, and now female activists are being sought to share their stories.
Retro
Sheffield Heritage Fair in the Millennium Gallery.

Heritage enthusiasts, including members of The Star’s Retro team, are preparing to meet the public at a heritage fair this weekend.
Retro
Iconic comedy duo Laurel and Hardy witn a bride at the former Sheffield Grand Hotel in March 1954.

This is the moment world famous comedy duo Laurel and Hardy surprised a bride on her wedding day in Sheffield in the 1950s.
Retro
Anti-nuclear demonstration on Shude Hill car park Sheffield, December 18, 1981.

Women have been standing up and campaigning for 100 years, and now female activists are being sought to share their stories.
Retro
Needlework class, St. Peter's Roman Catholic Secondary School, Morrall Road, 1959

They show  Needlework class at St. Peter's Roman Catholic Secondary School, Morrall Road, 1959, Tree planting in memory of the Flying Fortress crew (Mi Amigo) which crashed in Endcliffe Park on 22 April 1944, along with many interesting memories.
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Sheffield Canal Basin, 1826

These pictures capture the life of the Sheffield Tinsley Canal over the years as it marks its bicentenary. 
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Edwardian teacher and women's rights campaigner Miss Isabel Cleghorn (Gertie Whitfield) with pupils of Beck Primary School, Sheffield

Pupils meet votes campaigner

Pupils at Beck Primary School in Shiregreen have been learning about the centenary of the women’s right to vote by ‘meeting’ a pioneering woman campaigner.
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The old Sheffield bus that has been turned into a holiday home at Pett Level near Rye, East Sussex by Peter Roberts

Holiday home is bus’s final destination

My cousin, with many connections to Sheffield, was on holiday with her husband near Rye on the south coast this year, and came across a little piece of Sheffield history in the form of a coach body from around the early 1900s.
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