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In the Saddle: No horsing around for me

Well, there's not been much I can do riding-wise these last few weeks as I still have a shoulder injury. I can get on my horse but the difficulty comes in dismounting where I need to take my weight in both my shoulders to dismount.

Opinion
Pot lids by F and R Pratt.

Antiques Column: The lids are alright for collectors

Recently we bought a new kettle. The old one was very battered and we’d had it for years. I imagine it had probably heated up the equivalent the Ladybower reservoir during its long and exciting kettle life.

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Peveril Castle, Castleton.

Travel review: Historic Castle Inn is a cosy break near home

Standing at the side of Peveril Castle ruins, it’s easy to see why William Peveril chose the spot following the Norman conquest of 1066.

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Stay healthy this winter by preventing condensation

Most of Britain has been experiencing a particularly cold spell of weather.

Property
Dr Alan Billings

Column: Paying a little more for policing

This is the time of year when I have to work hard with South Yorkshire Police to set their budget for the next financial year, beginning on April 1.

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Stunning listed cottage in Norton - £295,000

On offer this week is a stunning stone built Grade II Listed three bedroom cottage which forms part of an historic development in a stunning location accessed via a long driveway leading to a courtyard area.

Property
Three bed semi in Kirk Sandall - £145,000

Three bed semi in Kirk Sandall - £145,000

This is a well presented semi detached family home with three bedrooms situated in a sought after location.

Property
Stephen Fearn and Alison Gosling cook up another batch of their award winning food at the Fat Cat pub.

Farewell to pioneering pub’s champion of beer

The Fat Cat pub in Kelham Island will be closed on Tuesday while farewells are paid to its former manager Stephen Fearn, who helped put Sheffield on the map as a haven for beer enthusiasts.

Eating Out
Parkwood Springs: Friend of Parkwood Springs Neill Schofield talking to Rachel and Sophie Law at the viewing platform looking out over the Don valley

Feature: Hope springs eternal among park’s walkers and cyclists

How a former barren landscape continues to thrive – one of Sheffield’s most popular green spaces attracts hundreds of visitors every weekend

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Pause for Thought: Just what was this pilgrim on?

Pause for Thought: Just what was this pilgrim on?

Sheffield was so civilised, a walker of pilgrimage routes declared after he had given a talk at Off the Shelf on his books about walking-about to ‘holy places’.

Opinion
Food review at The Broadfield on Abbeydale Road in Sheffield. Pictured is assistant manager Leah Griffiths. Picture: Chris Etchells

Pub’s Broad’ range proves real winner!

With a huge range of gins, a cater-for-all-tastes selection of beers and a whisky from every single operating distillery in Scotland, the first impression of the Broadfield, on Abbeydale Road, is that it takes its drinks seriously.

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Food for thought: Vanessa Brown

Food for thought: Vanessa Brown

Vanessa Brown is the operations manager at GDA Creative Marketing, which has recently moved to the new Fox Valley development in Stocksbridge

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Chef’s Dish: Slow cooked stew is famous Spanish fare

Chef’s Dish: Slow cooked stew is famous Spanish fare

From Sunday breakfast in Madrid, to an after dinner treat in Meadowhall.

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Brand new website boost for tourism in the Peak District and Derbyshire

Brand new website boost for tourism in the Peak District and Derbyshire

Visitors to the Peak District and Derbyshire can now count on an even better on-line experience when looking for fresh ideas and inspiration before or during their visit.

Business
The Cabin food review owners Linz and George Lonchar

Food review: Bunker down with waffles, moose and bear at cosy Sheffield cabin

It’s the warmth that hits you first - and then the sight of a moose and a bear and a wool blanket to snuggle in while browsing the menu.

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Claire Lewis

Column: Film every daughter should see

She’s the most precious thing in my life – my baby girl.

Opinion
(front) Managing Director Lee Newell and his wife Bidisha, company director, pictured with team members Dylan Shenton and Callum Biggin, at Foundry Coffee Roasters, based at Wharncliffe House. Picture: Marie Caley NSST Foundry Coffee MC 3

Food news: Brewing up a new cafe for Sheffield coffee scene

Coffee roaster Lee Newell has brewed up a new venture - branching out with the company’s first ever cafe.

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Just the ticket .. for charity not winner!

THUNDERBALLS! "Amazing" £500K South Yorkshire lotto prize unclaimed!

Charities are quids in after £500,000 Thunderball jackpot remains unclaimed six months after life-changing draw.

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Increase in buy-to-let listings in Sheffield

The rental market rebounded at the end of last year with an 11.4 per cent increase in new buy-to-let properties being advertised, according to research by property crowdfunding platform Property Partner.

Property
Mums who pile on pounds while eating for two dont harm unborn child

Mums who pile on pounds while eating for two ‘don’t harm unborn child’

Eating for two while pregnant doesn't harm the unborn child, according to new research..
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