Step back in time and meet figures from Chatsworth’s history

Visitors to Chatsworth House can soon step back in time to meet key figures from the stately home’s history.

The Sugar Hill Gang Main Stage - Tramlines 2015

Free things happening in Sheffield for Tramlines Festival

For anybody without a ticket for this year’s Tramlines Festival – fear not.

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COLUMN: Bringing the herd to the city streets

I first started thinking about organising a sculpture trail fifteen years ago, when visiting my parents who were living in Cincinnati, America.

Playing with friends is a no-cost summer holiday option.

Column: Save on summer holiday spending by introducing the kids to the simple life

As a child, the long summer holiday from school seems endless.

Sugary drinks. Picture by PA.

Telegraph Column by Steve Brailey: Why ‘sugar tax’ will boost health

Here in Sheffield, we’re on a mission to become the most active city in the UK by 2020.

Sheffield GP Kate Carr has abseiled down the Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth to riase awareness of Sepsis after almost losing her granddaughter Megan in February.

Sheffield gran completes highest abseil in UK

A Sheffield GP whose granddaughter was moments away from dying of Sepsis has completed the UK’s highest abseil to raise awareness.

Energy Minister Andrea Leadsom answers energy questions in the House of Commons,

Guest columnist, Veronica Clark: What the world needs now is hope, not hatred

It’s as though the world has gone slightly mad. As though it’s having some sort of breakdown, going through a dramatic change, or is caught up in a crisis.

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Improvised indoor cricket in the physio room

Richard Wood column: Bitten not smitten amid Poland toil

This is my first trip to Poland and it will not be on my list of destinations to visit on my holidays. In the muggy conditions, flies and mosquitos are everywhere and it’s starting to get on my nerves a bit now. The players and staff are covered in bites!

COLUMNIST: Michael Dowse - Clockwork dolls were the height of interest in the 1800s

COLUMNIST: Michael Dowse - Clockwork dolls were the height of interest in the 1800s

The height of interest in automata was from the 1880s to the 1920s. One of the key forms of automata from this time was the figures dancing on French music boxes.

Generic photo showing and OFSTED inspector at a school

Telegraph Column by Daphne Cawthorne: School inspections are part of the process

Up and down the country over the last few weeks there have been audible cheers from students leaving school and exams behind.


Over 6,000 expected for Cliffhanger event in Sheffield city centre

Over 6,000 people are expected to descend on Sheffield city centre for the return of a popular climbing event and festival.

Former Top Gear presenter Chris Evans

The Lighter Side of Life with Kate Mason: Resignations stepping up a gear as Evans goes

After a string of poor ratings and daily bashings by TV critics and fans alike Chris Evans announced he is stepping down from Top Gear after only one series.
And while the rest of the world seems to be rejoicing in this car crash of epic proportions it seems I’m the only person in the world who is a bit gutted.

My View, Mel Hewitt: Make the most of childhood moments

My View, Mel Hewitt: Make the most of childhood moments

It’s that time of year again when we are just weeks away from the end of the school year.

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Fearing for the future after Brexit

As the results of the EU referendum began to trickle in the morning after the people had voted it was as if a dark cloud had descended upon myself and my colleagues, writes Greg Stiles.

England's Dele Alli (centre) in action with Iceland's Ragnar Sigurdsson (left) and Kari Arnason during the Round of 16 match at Stade de Nice

Martin Smith column: The myth of England’s arrogance

“We’re all Welsh now, aren’t we lads…?”

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Oscar Varns, aged five, has been filmed reciting The Fallen, a poem about the Battle of the Somme. He is pictured at the Thiepval Memorial, in France. Inset picture is Oscar's Great Great Uncle Ernest Copley, who died within moments of the battle.

Sheffield schoolboy to hit screens nationally for Battle of the Somme commemoration

A Sheffield schoolboy is to appear on screens around the country today as he pays tribute to all the fallen soldiers of the Battle of the Somme.

Mary Newey

Favourite Things: A welcoming place that always takes centre stage

Mary Newey, of the Woodseats Theatre Company, tells the Telegraph about her favourite things in Sheffield.


Telegraph Column with Sir Nigel Knowles: Helping the Sheffield City Region to prosper

The 52,000 businesses and their workforce, and almost two million people who live and work in the Sheffield City Region, are being asked from this week to make their views known on some hugely important decisions.

Fatal accident on Fulwood Road in Sheffield.

Residents’ shock after lorry driver dies in Sheffield wall crash

Residents have expressed their shock and sadness after a lorry driver died when he crashed through a garden wall in Sheffield.

Josie Soutar

COLUMNIST: Why drink and drug free music festival was fabulous

In today’s column, a volunteer at Sheffield Alcohol Support Services explains how good a drink and drug free music festival can be.

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