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Broomhall Festival chairman Alan Wellings, of Broomhill, with his collection of festival programmes.

Broomhall Festival chairman Alan Wellings, of Broomhill, with his collection of festival programmes.

There is plenty going on across the Sheffield region on one of the busiest summer weekends in the local calendar.

There is plenty going on across the Sheffield region on one of the busiest summer weekends in the local calendar.

Activities at Garden Up are being incorporated into Sheffield Children’s Festival, which runs from Saturday until July 6.

The Broomhill Festival starts tomorrow (Friday) with a sold out concert at St Mark’s Church by John Shuttleworth.

A big five-a-side football tournament, organised by Nether Green Football Club, is held at the Goodwin Sports Centre on Sunday, including a girls’ contest for the first time.

Mosborough Music Festival returns to the old Westfield School site on Saturday with a line-up that features The Farm, The Twang and Lucy Spraggan.

Over six days from Saturday, Sheffield Doc/Fest underlines its reputation as one of the top three documentary festivals and markets in the world.

After the Sheffield Food Festival, it’s the turn of Chatsworth to offer a platform for the best of local food and drink.

More than 60 stalls will be in the grounds from today (Thursday) to Sunday.

Organisers of Penistone Gala Weekend are predicting a record turnout for a programme of comedy, music and other activities.

And if you fancy a pint or two, the annual Three Valleys Beer Festival on Saturday has buses running between Dronfield railway station 13 pubs and breweries in S17 and S18, from Bradway to Barlow.

Meanwhile, thousands of women have an important engagement on Sunday - joining the Race for Life from Meadowhall in aid of Cancer Research UK.

 

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