A detailed economic study following last year’s Tour de France has shown that the benefits to Sheffield topped even the most optimistic projections.
One of the most iconic events in sport, The World Snooker Championship, is to remain in Sheffield until 2017.
The BBC Countryfile Magazine Outdoors City of the Year is... Sheffield!
The Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) has announced its annual BeerX Festival of Beer is set to return to Sheffield for its third year in 2015.
The flagship beer industry event will take place at iceSheffield from Tuesday 17 to Saturday 21 March 2015.
BeerX will once again combine a trade exhibition, seminars, keynote speakers and the annual beer and business awards for SIBA members, which will be hosted by BBC Radio 2's Nigel Barden.
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has teamed up with VisitEngland, English Heritage, and National Trust to run a mini digital campaign focused around the half term period.
The aim of the campaign is to promote small tourism businesses in the UK, by encouraging people to talk proudly about their local communities and favourite tourist attractions across their social media channels, using the #GREATdayout hashtag. The campaign will be focused around days out, highlighting what people can enjoy across the holiday period.
Like a phoenix rising from the ashes the refurbishment project of Mercure Sheffield Parkway Hotel is now complete and open for business.
Sheffield will take centre stage in the delivery of an exciting Olympic legacy project for health and sport that will bring long term benefits for the nation.
Hot on the heels of Sheffield being awarded 'best value city for a short-break' by Trip Advisor, Sheffield's hotels have added another badge of honour to the city's roll of honour as a great place to stay.
The cleaning genie is not necessarily present in all hotels.
The booking portal hotel.info reveals the level of cleanliness in hotels in the United Kingdom and how to make sure that complaints with regard to hygiene are satisfied at the hotel. Whilst the cleaning genie is not necessarily present in all hotels, the housekeeping staff in Sheffield's properties are obviously doing a great job!
One of the country’s leading organisers of charity road races is to bring a major new event to Yorkshire next year.
Jane Tomlinson’s Run For All has entered into a partnership with Sheffield City Council to organise the all-new Plusnet Yorkshire Half Marathon-Sheffield on Sunday 12th April.