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FOOD: Sheffield craft chocolate company wins international award

The Academy of Chocolate celebrated the winners of its 2017 Awards at a truly glittering party in London’s legendary Claridge’s on Wednesday 19th July, bringing together the crème de la crème chocolate world.

Eating Out
New menu at the Common Room on Division Street

Food review: Simple menu a step forward for Common Room

The huge and varied menus offered by a lot of food pubs these days can often bewilder, with choice turning into a burden for the indecisive customer.

Eating Out
Six food stops to feast at during Bakewell Show

Six food stops to feast at during Bakewell Show

Historic Bakewell Show returns next week - and with it a feast of food to dine on.

Eating Out
Founder members of the 'Red Hats' l-r Kath Kay, Sue Sayles, Barbara Sorby, Christine Markham and Ann Staniland, pictured.

'Sheffield libraries are moving with the times now, thank goodness'

A career spent as a librarian isn't all silence, dusty books and decorum - just ask retired Barbara Sorby.

Lifestyle
The official opening of The Diamond by Dr Helen Sharman OBE.

Star Interview with Richard Blackledge: Sheffield astronaut Helen Sharman on her ‘perfect life’ - and why she’d go to Mars

Helen Sharman faced a quandary after becoming the first Briton in space 26 years ago.

News
Antiques Column

Antiques Column

Dresden does not refer to a particular maker, but rather a combination of at least forty porcelain workshops in and around the city of Dresden in Germany, which became a major centre for the production of porcelain.

Opinion
Column: That’s a wheelie, wheelie smart move

Column: That’s a wheelie, wheelie smart move

Opinion
The Big Draw at the Manor: clay sculptor Sophie Lester working with Asmaa Shakir

Feature: Drawn to the Manor to get people working creatively

“I think this is the most beautiful park in Sheffield,” said Ruskinite Ruth Nutter looking out from a former wasteland near Manor Top. “I almost feel I’m in another country.”

News
Danny Jaques

Favourite Things: So many little treasures across retail and leisure

Danny Jaques is a 38 year old radio dispatcher who also works as a retail volunteer at city homeless charity Emmaus Sheffield, the working community with quality, self-contained accommodation, training facilities and a workspace for previously homeless men and women aged 18 years and over.

Opinion
315

REVIEW: Our perfect escape to tranquil haven of 315 Bar and Restaurant...

I’ve literally never been this relaxed in my entire life.

News
The garden of David Darwent

Gardens: Enjoy tea in the garden

The longest day has passed and although the diminishing daylight isn’t yet very apparent (unless you are a very early riser) it all-too- soon will be.

Lifestyle
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Iconic Sheffield housing estate being brought into the 21st century

Overlooking Sheffield city centre, the iconic Park Hill housing estate is undergoing a massive transformation with millions of pounds being ploughed into its structure.

Property
Janet Bailey, Bakewell Show manager, looks out over the showground � photo by Steve Caddy, Pure Bakewell

Food for thought: Janet Bailey

Janet Bailey is the manager of the historic Bakewell Show, which takes place at the beginning of August and celebrates local produce.

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Angling isn't quite the catch it used to be for youngsters.

FAMILY COLUMN: Getting the kids hooked on the joys of fishing

In this day of smartphones, tablets, PCs, games consoles and big tellies, they reckon traditional pastimes will soon be a thing of the past.

Lifestyle
Photo by Shaina Bostin of Mr Pickles Yorkshire Food Emporium

Seasonal eating: Celebrate home-grown gooseberries

As a Yorkshire food and drink emporium, it will come as no surprise that Yorkshire Day is a very special day for us at Mr Pickles’.

Eating Out
Assembling the perfect cheeseboard

Assembling the perfect cheeseboard

There are no hard and fast rules as to how you should present a cheeseboard.

Eating Out
Food news: Sheffield trio are national winners

Food news: Sheffield trio are national winners

Sheffield College students have been crowned the winners of a prestigious national catering and hospitality competition.

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food review, Mr Miyagi, sushi conveyer belt

Where to stop for festival fuel at Tramlines

Tramlines is one of those events that shows Sheffield, including its food and drink scene, at its best.

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Chris Hale

Eating Out: Or do you have to? All Hale the future of fine dining

Chris Hale relaxes around my kitchen table with a well-earned glass of wine as he remembers his MasterChef adventure, when he battled through as far as the quarter-final of the BBC’s perpetually-popular cookery contest.

Eating Out
A children's swimming lesson

Free swimming and ice skating on the cards for children at leisure centres where drinks tax has cut Sheffield's sugar intake by 30 per cent

Sheffield's sugar intake has been cut by nearly a third through a 'tax' on unhealthy drinks at the city's leisure centres - which are offering free swimming and ice skating lessons to children as part of a £40,000 fund.

Health
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