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Pubs and Clubs Guide: Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster

Do you have an event you’d like to see in our Pubs and Clubs guide? Email the details to whats.on@sheffieldnewspapers.co.uk

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What’s On Guide to Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster

What’s On Guide to Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotherham and Doncaster

Do you have an event you’d like to see promoted in our What’s On? Email the details to whats.on@sheffieldnewspapers.co.uk

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Chef Jack Goodison with sous chef Dom Ellis

EATING OUT: This country pub is one of the best places to grab Sunday lunch in the Peak District

On a bitterly cold winter’s day there are few things more comforting than cosying down in a country pub next to a roaring fire and enjoying some good old traditional pub food.
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Listings: Health & Fitness

Listings: Health & Fitness

February 15 - February 22 2018

Out and About
Fearless cyclists are gearing up to take part in a new race, that will see competitors face seven of Sheffield's toughest hills. Picture: The Outdoor City

Fearless cyclists gearing up to take part in new race that will see competitors tackle Sheffield's seven toughest hills

Fearless cyclists are gearing up to take part in a new race, that will see competitors face seven of Sheffield's toughest hills.
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Favourite Things: Pubs to restaurants, heritage sites, shops, history and people

Favourite Things: Pubs to restaurants, heritage sites, shops, history and people

Lynsey Slater, 25, studied History at the University of Leicester. She is currently work on the Doncaster 1914-18 First World War commemoration project based out of Doncaster Museum. Here are her favourite things about Doncaster.

Lifestyle
Pom Kitchen is inspired by Australian cafe culture

EATING OUT: Is this the best vegetarian and vegan cafe in Sheffield?

It is fair to say that there has long been a stigma around vegetarian and vegan food.
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Competition: Win a Twixmas family pass to festive race day

Competition: Win a Twixmas family pass to festive race day

The time between Christmas and New Year can often pose a bit of a challenge as everyone is ready for escaping the house and blowing away the Christmas cobwebs.

Out and About
Win tickets for Festive Jumpers race meeting

Win tickets for Festive Jumpers race meeting

‘Tis the season to be jolly and Doncaster Racecourse is certainly encouraging some festive fun this December. The top class sporting venue is re-capturing the essence of Christmas with its Festive Jumpers race meetings.

Out and About
Yorkshire Wildlife Park

Yorkshire Wildlife Park unwrap a host of magical Christmas events

The award-winning Yorkshire Wildlife Park is unwrapping a magical range of events that will keep families and children entertained through to Christmas.

News
Celebrate Christmas at Cusworth Hall

Celebrate Christmas at Cusworth Hall

Celebrate Christmas at Cusworth Hall - Georgian-style - with a packed schedule of wonderful events.

Lifestyle
Ten Things to do

Top Ten things to do w/c November 9

Looking for something to do this week?

News
Five pairs of tickets up for grabs for the November Handicap

Five pairs of tickets up for grabs for the November Handicap

The final race of the flat season at Doncaster Racecourse culminates in the November Handicap on Saturday, November 11, 2017.

Going Out
Win a Stay & Play package at Drayton Manor Park

Win a Stay & Play package at Drayton Manor Park

Over the past ten years Drayton Manor Park has given more than half a million visitors 280 days of Magical Christmas memories including 159,600 Father Christmas meet and greets and endless magical moments.

Going Out
Wolfgang

Get ready for an Insane night of wrestling with ICW

Insane Championship Wrestling has a history of stopping traffic in Sheffield - literally.
Culture
Wildlife column: Taking the bull by the horns to graze

Wildlife column: Taking the bull by the horns to graze

Epping Forest on the Essex outskirts of Greater London is a nationally-significant conservation site with tremendous numbers of ancient, wizened oaks, beeches, and hornbeams. This was one of a number of major, medieval ‘fuel-allotments’ around London to supply ‘wood’ to the city during what we erroneously call the Little Ice Age.

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