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May 18 - May 25 2017

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Listings: Courses & Workshops

May 18 - May 25 2017

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Listings: Children’s Activities

May 18 - May 25 2017

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Rambling

Rambling

HF Sheffield Walking Group, SAT 20 MAY. 9.40 Malin Bridge, outside Malin Bridge Fire Station in Rivelin Valley Road. Circular walk. Hade Edge Holme or Hepworth. WED 24 MAY. 10.13, 44. Arundel Gate. The Hanleys.

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Walking: Look for Blades ....

Walking: Look for Blades ....

This walk encompasses a variety of landscapes, from the semi derelict steel works, farmland and paths between hedgerows, to open views across the valley to the moors beyond. The walk goes through part of the steel works before climbing onto Hunshelf Bank above Stocksbridge before returning to the Town Hall. Some of the paths may be overgrown.

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The Monster Truck you'll be able to ride at the event

VIDEO: Massive monster trucks set to perform at Yorkshire Post Motor Show on Father's Day

A slew of massive monster trucks are set to perform at the Yorkshire Post Motor show next month.

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Alpaca walking

CITY BUZZ: Trekking with Alpacas at Holly Hagg Community Farm...

Imogen giggles as Teddy the alpaca eats treats out of her outstretched hand.

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Walking: View are dam fine

Walking: View are dam fine

This walk starts by crossing the Langsett reservoir dam before going across farmland to the base of Midhope reservoir. The route then ascends through woodland. We then climb onto open moorland to the summit at Pike Lowe.

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Walking: Wortley wanderer

Walking: Wortley wanderer

A walk over open farmland and through woodland. From Wortley village, the route passes across farmland before dropping into the woodland of Westwood Country Park.

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Rambling

Rambling

Railway Walk, SAT 6 MAY. A pleasant 9½ mile linear walk from Denby Dale to Silkstone Common through varied landscapes via Lower Denby, Gunthwaite Mill and Silkstone Falls with the Penistone Line Partnership. Train departs: Sheffield 08.36, Meadowhall 08.42 to DENBY DALE. Text: 07908 – 450444.

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Pete David is a singer and writer with Sheffield-based band The Payroll Union. He also presents a podcast and works for Sheffield University in the financial support team. Pete is this week's subject for the Sheffield Telegraph's Favourite Things page, and one of his choices is Skye Edge.

Favourite Things: Living in Sheffield’s landscape of poetic and artistic spirit

Pete David is a singer and writer with The Payroll Union – a Sheffield-based band which performs songs inspired by forgotten stories from history. He also presents a podcast from the independent record label, Backwater Collective, which has weekly discussions with creative industry professionals from around the world. Pete’s day job is at the University of Sheffield, where he works in the financial support team providing financial help and guidance to students. He also works in the university’s Faculty of Arts and Humanities which gave him the opportunity to get involved with the Festival of Arts and Humanities that is being held throughout the city in May.

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Rambling

Rambling

Norfolk Arms Ringinglow Walking Group, MON 24 APRIL, evening walk on Brown Edge. 3.5 mile easy stroll followed by a buffet afterwards at the pub. Meet in the Walkers Bar at Norfolk Arms, Ringinglow, S11 7TS at 6pm. £8 per person payable to pub includes hot drinks before and after walk plus buffet. No advance booking necessary.

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Walking: Scenic steel strolling

Walking: Scenic steel strolling

This is a walk with plenty of up. We climb from Stocksbridge Town Hall to Bolsterstone, before descending to the Ewden Valley. The route then climbs to Spout House Hill, with views across to the Pennines, the Ewden Valley and Wharncliffe Crags. We then descend into Glen Howe Park before ending on the main road through Wharncliffe Side where you can catch a bus back to Stocksbridge.

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The baroque wing of wentworth castle in barnsley

Walking: Rockley road ahead?

This is a walk mostly along defined paths and former railway tracks. Some sections can be boggy. There are short sections close to the M1.

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Wendy Miller, the Learning and Teaching Lead at the AMRC Training Centre.

Favourite Things: The city of yesterday, the generation of tomorrow

Wendy Miller is a born and bred ‘Sheffielder’ and lives in Frecheville, where she also went to school. She has two daughters who have both gone on to university and work in Sheffield.

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.Trees are beginning to change colour and leaves are starting to fall as autumn takes a hold on South Yorkshire.Above High Bradfield. Picture Scott Merrylees

Walking: Onesmooor around .....

A delightful walk around Onesmoor above High Bradfield. Superb views over Bradfield to Strines, across to Sheffield, and over to Wharncliffe woods. The walk crosses farm land providing the opportunity to observe a wide variety of wildlife.

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Rambling

Rambling

The Yorkshire Ramblers’ Club welcomes hillwalkers interested in extending their range. Club cottages in Lakes and Dales. Year-round meets across Britain and overseas. Next meets are Lake District (Duddon valley then Ullswater) and NW Scotland. Try yrc.org.uk

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Special Report with pictures: How crowning glory leaves onlookers green with envy

Why young and old continued to be fascinated by the most idiosyncratic of English summer sports... while developing a language all of their own

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Pictures: New Clarion Call to get even more people enjoying a walk on moors

New book celebrates protracted fight for commoners to regain access to spectacular land taken away from them by wealthy grouse shooters in the 1800s

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Easter at Tropical Butterfly House

City Buzz: Mad about Easter at Butterfly house

Mad About Madagascar is returning to The Tropical Butterfly House this Easter – as well as the popular Easter Egg Hunt, on Easter Sunday and Monday.

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