Make Yourself at Home: How to get involved 

Sheffield's ‘Make Yourself at Home’ initiative is something that we want the whole city to feel ownership of. It's been created for all types of businesses and communities to be able to collectively strive towards the same goal - to help get our city moving again in a way that feels safe to each individual person.

Whether you're an independent business, community group, or work for a larger institution/organisation we’d really like you to be part of this, sharing your positive messages and stories.

Below you can download ‘Make Yourself At Home’ badges to use on your own artwork, some pre-badged images and a GIF for social. There’s also a downloadable PDF guide to help give you pointers for using all of these.


Download the Make Yourself at Home PDF Guide here Download the Make Yourself at Home badges here
Download the Make Yourself at Home social images  here Download the Make Yourself at Home GIF here

Download the Make Yourself at Home email signature image here. (Please hyperlink to )

Share your stories

We’re on the lookout for stories we can share as part of this campaign. So much happens in our city and there are so many voices that we don’t always know about all the great stories of innovation, collaboration or community spirit. We also want to build confidence and get people excited about their city again, so whether you’re hosting an online event/festival, opening up after being closed or have been doing something unique throughout lockdown to keep engaged with people, lets us know. Send your stories to:

Please note- if you’re a cultural organisation, venue, attraction of festival/event organiser, we also have an online hub to help promote your virtual events, activities and tours at:

Get Social

The quickest way to let us know what you’re doing is to tag our @VisitSheffield accounts in your posts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram Stories and then we can quickly reshare these.

Please follow #SheffieldMakes across social channels, which follows on from a wider city campaign we established alongside You’ll see some suggestions in the guide or how you can use the hashtag to help promote your own organisation.