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The Ramblers Sheffield Group, Buses from Interchange unless otherwise stated. SAT 24 JUNE - 10:30am 218 Bus to Clod Hall Crossroads, SK278740. Walk starts 11:05. Wellington’s Monument, Baslow Edge, Cundy Graves, Baslow, Chatsworth. One high ladder stile 6.5 miles linear, intermediate. No dogs. www.sheffieldramblers.org

Outdoors
Walking: By Ecklands, it’s good

Walking: By Ecklands, it’s good

This is a long walk from Stocksbridge to the market town of Penistone. The first section follows the railway line used in the construction of Langsett Reservoir. We then climb across by Hartcliff Hill before dropping down to the TPT at Ecklands. The route then follows the trail through Thurlstone to Penistone and on past Oxspring before returning over Snowden Hill.

Outdoors
Tuck box: Green influences on new cocktail menu

Tuck box: Green influences on new cocktail menu

Atomisers, a dash of botanical essences and some cocktail theatre have overhauled the menu at Sheffield bar The Botanist.

Eating Out
Route confirmed for HSBC UK City Ride in Sheffield

Route confirmed for HSBC UK City Ride in Sheffield

British Cycling and HSBC UK have confirmed the route for the HSBC UK City Ride which will take place in Sheffield on July 16.

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Six top tips for getting through a relationship breakdown

They say that everyone is happier when the sun is out but sadly for some it isn’t always as simple as that.
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ANTIQUES COLUMN: The popularity of collecting vesta cases

Smoking is bad for your health and it is many many years since I last had the unbelievable joy of smoking my pipe.

Opinion
Mad Management: Don’t get sidetracked by Brexit - because the Cyborgs are coming!

Mad Management: Don’t get sidetracked by Brexit - because the Cyborgs are coming!

In last week’s Mad Management on Brexit I ended by offering a “how” to negotiate Brexit this week. I will focus on one element in two key areas: planning and people.

Opinion
Food News: Hannah’s mission to help all eat healthier

Food News: Hannah’s mission to help all eat healthier

Hannah Bailey is on a mission - to bust the myths about healthy eating.

Eating Out
Recipe: The classic burger with ‘dirty mayo’

Recipe: The classic burger with ‘dirty mayo’

This simple but delicious burger forms the basis for more than 30 variations available at 80z Burger Company on Leopold Street.

Eating Out
Fresh strawberries - a summertime staple

Seasonal Eating: Berries bring the taste of summer

Conjuring up images of Wimbledon, cream teas and trifles, it’s not surprising that many consider the strawberry to be quintessentially English. But this popular berry is actually native to most parts of the world and has been enjoyed since Roman times.

Eating Out
A double paeony, open

Gardening: Dispelling Flower Myths

The days are at their longest and the weather is supposed to be at its warmest now, and irrespective of what the weather is actually like there has been the most phenomenal growth spurt in our gardens. At this time of year privet hedges you cut one day are already ‘woolly’ the day after, lawns need mowing at least once a week if you like a ‘bowling green’ or ‘ornamental lawn’ appearance but more interestingly - and pleasingly - gorgeous blooms are opening almost by the hour on a vast array of plants.

Lifestyle
Northern Lights: Showcasing talents of our city – rich with cultural diversity partnerships

Northern Lights: Showcasing talents of our city – rich with cultural diversity partnerships

June has been a particularly strong month for Sheffield’s cultural scene with varied and rich events showcasing our city centre and highlighting our local and global offer with one weekend in particular standing out.

Opinion
Grace Vincent offfers vegetarian products from New Roots;  at the Sheffield Green fair at St Mary's Community centre, Bramall Lane.

Remembering founder of Sheffield shop with a sense of social justice

A church minister and former teacher who opened a popular Sheffield grocery shop with a campaigning agenda has died aged 83.

News
Fire Pit BBQ Head Chef Matt Eggo with the mixed platter.

Eating Out: Barbeque place really on flames

It felt like the hottest day in living memory and, as temperatures nudged the 30-degrees mark in the middle of a Steel City heatwave, Sheffield was melting.

Eating Out
Fans at the Botanical Gardens, Sheffield, United Kingdom on 2 July 2016. Photo by Glenn Ashley Photography

Music and beer in harmony at Sheffield festival

A miniature beer festival is being staged at Music in the Gardens for the first time.

Eating Out
Food for thought: Max Bullion

Food for thought: Max Bullion

Max Bullion, 23, lives in Dronfield and is the founder of ‘bean to bar’ artisan chocolate brand Bullion.

Eating Out
Enjoy an evening with John Otway at Sheffield's The Greystones.

Punk poet John Otway ready to rock Sheffield pub

Fans are invited to enjoy a comedy night of punk and poetry when acclaimed cabaret performer and “rock’n’roll’s greatest failure” John Otway takes to the stage in Sheffield.

Music
Intrepid Chip Shop of the Year Judges Carl Gavaghan ,Ian Johnson, and Chef Tom Hendry , are amazed by the quality of the product.. Pic Richard Ponter 150320d

Revealed: Sheffield’s top ten fish and chip shops

We’ve got our top finalists for the Chip Shop of the Year 2017 and now the competition is all about finding out who will be number one.

Lifestyle 4
Porter Brrok

Pub of the week: The Porter Brook

Who goes there?

Eating Out
Women who have affairs lead healthier lives and stay in shape longer

Women who have affairs lead healthier lives and stay in shape longer

Women who have extramarital affairs are more likely to lead a healthy lifestyle and stay in shape for longer, according to a recent study into the exercise habits of those who sweat it out in the gym and in bedrooms other than their own.

Lifestyle
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