With the Bank Holiday just around the corner, many people may be thinking about making plans.
The third stage of the Government’s roadmap plan was rolled out on May 17, which saw the return of indoor hospitality and more freedom to socialise.
There’s plenty to look forward to across Sheffield this bank holiday, and during the half-term, here are ten of the best activities, events and venues that you can try out.
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Here are ten of the best activities, events and venues that you can try out over the Bank Holiday and Half-term.
2. Wentworth Woodhouse
Rotherham stately home Wentworth Woodhouse has lined up a host of activities to stretch young minds - and legs - for families over half-term.
Ensuring young visitors feel welcome and free to explore is top of the agenda at the Georgian mansion now owned by a Preservation Trust, and until June 6 there’s no charge for children.
Guided tours are running in the mornings, but in the afternoons visitors of all ages can pre-book a time to wander through some of the grand rooms at their own pace. For more info or to book visit https://wentworthwoodhouse.digitickets.co.uk/tickets
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3. Emergency Services Museum, West Bar
Visit the The National Emergency Services Museum, which is housed in a unique Victorian combined Police, Fire and Ambulance station on West Bar. They have recently installed a new exhibition called Daring Detectives & Dastardly Deeds which looks at the history of our police force, from uniformed police to detectives and forensics. It even features star exhibits from the detective who worked on the Jack the Ripper case.
For more info head to https://www.visitnesm.org.uk/visit
Photo: Steve Ellis
4. Watch a film
Film fans can get a glimpse of new and exciting independent films over the bank holiday at South Yorkshire's largest independent cinema. Screenings include Nomadland (12A), Judas and the Black Messiah (15), Minari (12A), and many others. To see the full film guide and to book, visit www.showroomworkstation.org.uk/cinema/