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Heritage: Lost grave of Mary Anne uncovered

Heritage campaigner Ron Clayton describes the moment volunteers found plot of anti-slavery campaigner Mary Anne Rawson in Attercliffe jungle.

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Telegraph in Focus Spring Theme "spring" taken by jOHN LEIGH 63 POTTER HILL LANE

In Focus: Sunshine and flowers in a colourful batch of images

As we continue our final week taking images for our ‘spring’ theme, I would like to thank everyone who has sent in their amazing photographs for us to look through. We will be setting a new theme next week for May so this is your last chance to submit your entries.

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Fantastic Mr Fox at Nuffield Southampton Theatres. Greg Barnett (Mr Fox). Photo credit Manuel Harlan

Roald Dahl favourite Fantastc Mr Fox comes to Sheffield’s Lyceum Theatre

The Fantastic Mr Fox has been a firm favourite with Roald Dahl fans of all ages since it hit the bookshelves in 1970.

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Sheffield Hallam and the University of Sheffield have been awarded Arts Council funding to take over and develop the Off The Shelf Book Festival. Pictured left-right Prof Vanessa Toulmin, Lesley Webster, Su Walker and Maria De Souza.

Sheffield books festival’s fresh chapter with Arts Council funding

Sheffield’s Off The Shelf festival is under new management - and a push is on to make the event one of the country’s top literary celebrations.

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Education

Celebration of 100-years old language study fund

A funding scheme set up by a Sheffield lawyer to help students study modern languages is about to celebrate 100 years in use.

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SKYPE VIDEO: Fashion blogger Susie Bubble inspires women tech creators at Leeds International Festival

Girl power comes to Leeds International Festival when fashion blogger Susie Bubble joins a panel inspiring more women to become tech creators.
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St Marie's Cathedral feature after restoration Laura Claveria Heritage Engagement & Learning Officer

Restoration of ‘amazing’ building nears completion

Visitors are being welcomed back to Sheffield’s St Marie’s Catholic Cathedral as it nears the final stages of restoration.

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The piopio bird

Heritage: Exhibition highlights extinct and endangered creatures at museum

A specimen of North Island Piopio (Turnagra tanagra) once native to New Zealand is part of a display at Weston Park Museum called Going, Going Gone.

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Bike library launched as centre prepares to host the Tour de Yorkshire finish

Full Gas bikes at Fox Valley in North Sheffield is celebrating the centre hosting the finish of the Tour de Yorkshire by launching a brand new Bike Library initiative for north Sheffield.

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The Long Song by Andrea Levy

Fargate from the Madding Crowd

As spring well and truly blossoms in Sheffield, I hope you are getting some time in the sunshine with a good book.

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Telegraph In Focus Spring A Song Thrush living up to its name at Damflask Reservoir, taken 10.4.17

Chris Kelly

In Focus: Magical images still possible even when it pours it down

After spending Easter in the Lake District I realise its not easy to be inspired to get the camera out and take photos when it’s raining.

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Listings: Music

Listings: Music

April 20 - April 27 2017

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Listings: Theatre

Listings: Theatre

April 20 - April 27 2017

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Telegraph IN Focus Spring Spring in Weston Park, Sheffield

Taken by Michael Hardy

In Focus: Take your pictures in context with their surroundings too

Such a popular theme this month, ‘spring’ is really inspiring you all to take your cameras out and capture my favourite time of year. Simon Grason has some tips in his column for perfect close-ups. 


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Street dancers Martell Munroe,12 and Kennedy Parkin, 13, have got through to the regional finals of TeenStar. Picture: Chris Etchells

Sheffield street dance kids are hoping to become the next TeenStar success

Sheffield street dance pair Martell Munroe and Kennedy Parkin are hoping to take the judges by storm as they bid for success in a prestigious talent show.

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Lynfa Moses from Broomhall, writer of a novel called Demented Love

Lynfa tackles ‘S&M for M&S brigade’

Lynfa Moses, who lives in Broomhall, has self-published a book, Demented Love, that will feature at Nether Edge Literary Festival.

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13 April 2016....Richard Hines, brother of the late Kes author Barry Hines, who has published his memoir. Picture Scott Merrylees

Kestrel saved a knave

Writer Barry Hines’ brother Richard’s book recounting how he was the inspiration for the book that was made into iconic film Kes is out in paperback.

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High Sheriff procession from Cutlers Hall to Sheffield cathedral
Lord Mayor Cllr Denise Fox and Cllr terry Fox

Heritage: Procession that has roots in medieval prayers for justice

High sheriffs who now look after judges and royalty were once hated and powerful tax collectors – and some were happy to break the law themselves.

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Gareth Morgan winner of the My Sheffield competition with Spirit

In Focus: Springing in to next theme for our snappers

And the winner is… This week we announce the winners of both our themes set so far. I will leave Simon Grason to tell you why Harrison Cameras chose their champions.

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Book Club: Fargate from the Madding Crowd

Book Club: Fargate from the Madding Crowd

This fortnight sees my first Fargate From The Madding Crowd celebrity interview, with the incredible ‘Yorkshire Shepherdess’ Amanda Owen. Owen is coming to Sheffield for a book signing event on April 7.

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