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Little Kelham, developed by Citu, is one of the flagship housing projects in the Kelham Island area of Sheffield City Centre - which is now known as one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the world and one of the best places to live in the UK.
The artwork here is specially created by the brilliant artist Corbin Shaw for Get Together festival, which celebrated it's 3rd year by taking over the whole of Kelham Island in May 2023. We are so pleased to feature the first digital media piece Corbin has worked on right, here in his home town - especially in Kelham Island, where his dad still works to this day!
It's a piece that captures the spirit of the city, somehow: hopeful yet realistic, positive without being overly optimistic; down to earth without being dull.
So take those selfies and record those videos and share them with the world on social media.
Specialising in Sardinian soul food in the heart of Little Kelham, this family run gem delivers an authentic and vast variety of dishes. A beautiful outside seating area is perfect for aperitivos in the sun.
Since opening in 2016, this urban restaurant influenced by nature, has been busy wowing food critics and customers alike, garnering awards and is consistently ranked amongst the best restaurants in the country via the likes of the The Good Food Guide and Michelin Guide.
Renowned for its quality real ales, traditional pub atmosphere and industrial setting, in the heart of Kelham Island.
A beautiful repurposed space and cobbled courtyard, combining their passion for heritage with an equal passion for coffee, beer, cocktails, and burgers.
Based at 92 Burton Road, Peddler Market showcases the very best street food from across the UK on the first Friday & Saturday of every month. Expect an ever-changing line up of truly mouth-watering traders, alongside top-notch craft beers, freshly made cocktails, live music and art.
The largest food hall in the North of England, Cutlery Works is over two floors featuring a mixture of permanent and semi-permanent unique and independent restaurants, communal dining spaces, bars and coffee roasters.
Owned by Oli Sykes, frontman of band Bring Me The Horizon and a passionate vegan, Church is a 100% vegan bar and restaurant in Kelham Island, housed in the historic Osborn Works.
A lively party spot with Mexicana vibes, Piña owner/founder Joe experienced first-hand the amazing cuisine and culture on a Mexico trip back in 2016, and just had to bring it back to Sheffield. So, expect plenty of (high quality 100% agave-based) tequila, mezcal and, of course, delicious tacos.
A place to retreat to, drink great coffee and sample the finest vegan pastries, Gaard Coffee hide is a small and cosy coffee shop tucked away on Burton Road.
The Gardeners Rest is a community run pub in Neepsend, Sheffield. They pride themselves on the high quality of the beer selection and the regular arts and musical events held in the pub.
Heist have converted this two-roomed old factory into an airy, bright taproom and bar. With Slap & Pickle serving up the grub and arcade games and shuffleboard to go with over 30 beers on tap (plus 100 in cans and bottles), wine, spirits and retro soft drinks - you know this is a place you'll be able to spend some time.
Specialising in beer and boa buns, SALT Sheffield is one of the taprooms for Yorkshire brewery. The brewery is named after the pioneering industrialist who built the village that SALT first called home, so it's fitting that their Sheffield brew bar is also based in historic Kelham Island.
Distinctive seasonal cooking, fine food and friendly service is what defines this Michelin listed restaurant in trendy Kelham Island.
The Depot bakery is an artisan bakery, retail and brunch eatery space in a gorgeous, renovated industrial space. They carefully pair speciality coffee with a range of bespoke baked goods and an inspired brunch menu.
The Millowners Arms is on the site of the Kelham Island Museum, meaning you've got amazing history plus a beautiful view all around you.
Once an Edwardian nuts and bolts factory, Yellow Arch is a creative complex in Sheffield's industrial heartland, which has been providing a unique blend of music production and live performance since 1997. The venue hosts a diverse range of events throughout the year and is known for embracing music and performing arts from all genres.
The Old Workshop is a fully vegan bar, with all their beers, wines, cocktails and other drinks suitable for vegans, including a constantly changing guest keg beer list.
Situated alongside the River Don in Kelham Island, The Riverside is the perfect place to indulge in food and drink.
The Kelham Flea is an antiques and vintage emporium selling a wide range of goods from contemporary art to industrial salvage. Described as stocking "an eclectic mix of pre-loved treasures and bespoke goods," the emporium features reclaimed furniture, vintage clothes and toys as well as art work and plants.
Learn what it was like to live and work in Sheffield during the Industrial Revolution and see how steelmaking forged the city.
Sheffield's largest second-hand bookshop, located on Shalesmoor near Kelham Island since June 2018.
Set in a 19th Century Victorian Factory in the heart of Kelham Island, this Decorative Salvage & Antiques Warehouse is the passion project of Yellow Arch’s founder Andy Cook.
The Foundry Climbing Centre in Sheffield was the UK's first dedicated indoor climbing centre. Opened in 1991 it was designed, by climbers, to suit everyone from beginner to expert. It offers walls up to 13m high and lead/top rope climbs with 150 routes and bouldering. Full instruction available and open to any competent climber. Walls suited to beginners through to advanced.
The Indie Arcade are Sheffield based purveyors of the weird and wonderful. With new stock added every day from clothes, books and records to toys and homewares.
Rex Market pops up in Neepsend on selected dates throughout the year, showcasing a handpicked variety of independent Sheffield businesses! From craft stalls to street food and drink, it's the perfect event for those who love to shop small.
A boutique hotel of 4 beautifully designed rooms as well as a 10-seater chef’s table which will play host to private dining events and a high-profile guest chef series. Located just a stone’s throw away from the restaurant, House of Jöro will provide far flung visitors with a beautiful space to spend a foodie staycation in the heart of the city.
A contemporary city centre hotel offering 142 stylish bedrooms just a 2 minute walk from Sheffield Cathedral Tram Stop. The hotel has free WIFI, Fitness Suite, Excellent Amenities and all rates include a Hot and Cold Breakfast. The hotel has a 24 hour snack area and bar.
The Quays Hotel is located on the beautiful Victoria Quayside. Within close proximity to all popular shopping and tourist attractions and good links to the M1.
Apartment style accommodation permanently moored in Sheffield's unique waterfront location, Victoria Quays. Houseboat Hotels offer a unique guest experience within fully equipped, static houseboats. All fully heated boats are just a 5-minute walk from Sheffield city centre.
This project is part funded by the UK Government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund.
The UK Shared Prosperity Fund is a central pillar of the UK government’s Levelling Up agenda and provides £2.6 billion of funding for local investment by March 2025. The Fund aims to improve pride in place and increase life chances across the UK investing in communities and place, supporting local business, and people and skills. For more information, visit https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/uk-shared-prosperity-fund-prospectus
Look Up was commissioned by Marketing Sheffield (part of Sheffield City Council), and originally funded by the Getting Building Fund. This saw Megaverse commissioned to design and build the app, utilising the Niantic Lightship platform (of Pokemon Go fame), and Human Studio and Universal Everything to each create two pieces of artwork for it.