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City-wide Adventure runs across Sheffield

National Videogame Museum will be running a free adventure trail across Sheffield City Centre, which will see people across the city take part in games and activities at venues such as the Treehouse Boardgame Cafe and the Millennium Gallery.

Emotion, energy and hope! Leading light in world of classical music to headline concert season at the University of Sheffield

Acclaimed concert pianist Imogen Cooper to headline 2021 concert season at the University of Sheffield in November.

Tramlines festival hailed huge success by artists and audiences

Tramlines, Sheffield’s biggest festival of music, art and comedy, has come to a close marking a landmark moment for the city and the UK live events industry. 40,000 revellers a day attended the sold-out event at Hillsborough Park from 23 - 25 July as Tramlines became the largest festival to return in Western Europe and among the first to join the Government’s Events Research Programme.

Take a Chocolate Factory Tour with Bullion

Fancy seeing how Yorkshire’s first bean-to-bar craft chocolate maker, take cacao from around the globe and turn it into award-winning chocolate? Join Bullion Chocolate for a tour and tasting at their new Chocolate Factory in Sheffield.

Sheffield DJs launch ‘Sound Union’ to support local business

Two well known Sheffield DJs have been busy putting together a huge library of locally sourced music, recorded exclusively for local businesses.

Legacy of UEFA Women's EURO 2022 launches in Sheffield

Sheffield is one of nine cities chosen to host games for the UEFA Women's Euro in 2022 and a major ticketing roadmap and legacy programme has been unveiled, illustrating how a record-breaking tournament has the power to inspire the next generation of players and fans.

This is Sheffield launch new initiative to support independent businesses

The Community offers members access to exclusive discounts and rewards from a growing number of local businesses.

Sheffield’s 70 million New Era Square development gets ready to open

New Era Square at St Mary’s Gate features restaurants, street food kiosks, the city’s largest oriental supermarket and shops – all located around a modern public square with iconic panda art installations.

University of Sheffield recognised for its impact on society and the economy

University of Sheffield recognised for its impact on society and the economy

Taking Care of our Outdoors

Recent times have certainly highlighted just how valuable our outdoor spaces are. That’s why it’s even more important we look after these vital spaces and everyone does their bit to help. Here’s a rundown of the key things we should all remember while enjoying The Outdoor City…

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