What’s inside this week’s Sheffield Telegraph (out Thursday, July 2).
- A special report on the state of cycling in Sheffield: has the Tour de France created a lasting legacy a year on?
- From church... to church: The former Horizon Methodist Church on Ecclesall Road, which closed after 111 years, is to be the home for a new baptist church
- Excitement as Music in the Gardens gears up for its 10th anniversary
- Sheffield’s annual Pride Festival is back - in a new location
- Plans for new homes in Whirlow, the city centre, Shirecliffe and Chapeltown all set to be approved
- David Bocking finds out about the Crosspool Festival in his weekly picture feature
Plus food writer Lesley Draper pays a visit the revived Old Hall Hotel in Hope, there’s a look at a new exhibition based around the steel industry at the Millennium Galleries, as well as the usual sport, business, listings and guide to Sheffield’s property market.