Explore this brand new pocket guide to Sheffield for kids this summer
Surviving the school holidays has just been made easier, thanks to the launch of a new Sheffield pocket-guide, specifically for children.
The brand new ‘Discover Sheffield with Kids’ pocket guide has been jam-packed with 50 free – or very low-cost - fun filled ideas for ways to fill the long summer break in the city.
It is aimed at parents, carers, kids, and families, and has been produced to inspire and encourage little adventurers to enjoy both popular and obscure sights of Sheffield.
The ‘Discover Sheffield with kids’ guide has been created by integrated creative agency Born + Raised, and has the added benefit of raising funds for local charities.
Proceeds from the guide will be donated to St Luke’s Hospice and Rotherham Hospice as part of the 12th Master Cutler’s Challenge.
The guide is also available to buy online at, as well as a a range of local independent stockists, including The Famous Sheffield Shop, Rhyme & Reason, Design Studio, Spirals and Ora.
Created to capture the imagination of adults and children alike, the guide encourages users to discover and explore Sheffield, comprising activities across seven different sections, including fantasy and imagination, the great outdoors and sport.
The Master and Mistress Cutler of the Company of Cutlers in Hallamshire, spoke about the guide following its launch, saying: “Whilst you are out and about exploring and having fun, please don’t forget that by buying this book you are helping so many others who are less fortunate.”
Chloe Lowe, head of digital at Born + Raised, added: “From the ooooohs to the aaaaahs, the obvious to the obscure, the well-known to the hidden gem, whether you have an hour, an afternoon or a week, this guide will help you explore Sheffield’s multitude of treasures with your little adventurers.
“This guide has been created for you by Born + Raised as part of the 2019 Master Cutler's Challenge. As a local business in Sheffield, we’ve been gifted a £50 investment to raise as much money as possible for two local charities.
“Our inspiration comes from our own experiences as parents, aunties, uncles, friends and carers. And from our childhoods too. Inspiration for the book was sparked by a conversation about the Picasso Doves in the Peace Gardens – just one of Sheffield’s hidden gems. We wanted to bring together a guide that celebrated both the obvious and obscure to support two fantastic charities whilst helping parents to survive the summer!”