Sheffield is such a special place because of all the amazing people, communities, organisations and businesses here, that make us feel at home.

Christmas may be looking a little different for everybody, but there’s still plenty of opportunity to get in the festive spirit across the city.

Whether it's sampling fantastic local food/drink, shopping for unique Sheffield-made gifts, taking a winter walk or cosying up with culture online- we’ve put together some suggestions to help you Make Yourself at Home in Sheffield this Christmas.

However you’re preparing/celebrating ahead of the big day, please help support our independent businesses and consider popping pounds in local pockets if you can. We’d love what makes Sheffield so special to still be around when all of this is over.

Thank you to those who’ve supported Sheffield's Make Yourself at Home initiative so far and if you want to get involved, find out how and help yourself to the toolkit here.

Whether you're an independent business, community group, or work for a larger organisation- we’d really like you to be part of 'Make Yourself At Home'-  find out how you can get involved and download the FREE toolkit. 

A host of event organisers have got creative themselves so that independent makers and crafters don't miss out on crucial trade at this time of year. See our rundown of events supporting local makers, artists and crafters...

Here in Sheffield we are incredibly lucky to be able to easily get to green spaces and the outdoors – which is what has given us the nickname ‘The Outdoor City’.

Sheffield hotels are ready to make guests feel safe and at home during lockdown, having already had several months experience operating with rigorous covid- safety measures in place.

Sheffield’s parks and green spaces will remain open during the next four weeks of national lockdown, but with some facilities closed in line with Government guidance.

We wanted to celebrate and remember all that is special about our city in the culture and arts sector so let's give some love to the people and organisations who give us those amazing experiences to remember.

Joining legendary Dame, Damian Williams, are comedian, presenter and internet dancing sensation Joe Tracini, West End star Gemma Sutton, Lucas Rush and Deborah Tracey.

Lots of Sheffield’s indie retailers have been working really hard to make sure you can shop their unique wares from the comfort of your own home.

The UK’s first Virtual Food Hall has launched in Sheffield, offering yet another inventive way to make lockdown more interesting and Make Yourself at Home with some delicious street food.

Daisy Dukes Christmas Drive-In Cinema rolls into Sheffield on 18 - 20 December, providing three days and nights of socially distanced festive fun.

The thirst for Sheffield beer didn’t disappear when you couldn’t physically buy a pint and lots of businesses have been working hard to keep the good stuff flowing...