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Heritage: A work of art being forged from skills of metalworkers

Skilled Sheffield craftsman Duncan upscales his intricate work to create a special decoration for Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet

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David chang holds his new exhibition The Me Project at The Montgomery

How kids change from one year to the next

For the past six years photographer David Chang has been documenting the annual growth of 70 Sheffield children from birth.

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Sunset refection driving up bocking lane
Photograph by Gulfraz Saddique

In Focus: Thoughtful and moody shots encapsulate our theme well

Breaking the composition rules can be executed well.

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Listings: Music

Listings: Music

June 22 - June 29 2017

Music
Eclipse, by John Leigh

In Focus: So many possibilities with our new theme of space

How to tackle problem sun during the summertime.

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Listings: Theatre

Listings: Theatre

June 15 - June 22 2017

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Feature at Sheffield Archives on Shoreham Street in Sheffield. Pictured is Pete Evans looking at an old glass negative. Picture: Chris Etchells

Heritage: A fascinating insight into lives of past Sheffielders

City archives collection houses six kilometres of documents dating back over nine centuries.

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South Yorkshire archeologists invite adult learners to free taster sessions at WWI training camp

Archaeologists at the University of Sheffield are inviting adult learners with an interest in exploring the past to join them as they study a First World War training camp at Redmires – an area in the Peak District that was used for training by the British army as they prepared for WWI.

Education
The Big Challenge: Taking responsibility for peace in Sheffield

The Big Challenge: Taking responsibility for peace in Sheffield

Within discussions about how to tackle climate change, there’s often a disagreement about whether people should take individual action, or whether they should focus more on lobbying government for change. We think this is a false tension. Governments clearly have the power to create the conditions that make it easier, or harder, for people to tread lightly on the world. But people can and should take responsibility.

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Reading Matter

Reading Matter

If you’re a fan of The Wicker Man, but thought it could’ve done with a few mutant fish in there to liven things up, then this read of the fortnight could well be the book for you.

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Telegraph in focus Space Sheffields Parkhill flats can give some stack images. This was taken during a site visit to plan the next round of the Sheffield Urban Cyclo cross round in September.

Adam Simmonite

In Focus:Space for imaginations to run free with new picture theme

Be inspired by everyday while you are out and about.

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Telegraph In Focus A colourful photo of Sheffields Last Tram on night duty at the Crich Tramway Museum during last years Starlight Spectacular.
 
Taken by Michael Hardy

In Focus: Five stand out images from a month of colourful pictures

Space to think about an inspiring new theme,

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Sophie Duncan

Award winning choreographer receives council funding towards locally inspired dance project

An award-winning choreographer is rejoicing after receiving council support in her quest to produce a local dance film.

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Allen Capes outside Rare and Racy on Devonshire Street

Interview with Richard Blackledge: Last chance for a Rare and Racy find as Sheffield shop prepares to close

As Allen Capes serves a customer purchasing a heap of CDs and books at Rare and Racy in Sheffield city centre, the buyer pauses for a moment and shares his thoughts with the store’s owner.

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Christine Beevers with a picture of Edith Sitwell, on the right, during a performance of her poetry piece Facade

On the trail of Renishaw’s avant garde literary trio

“I hope people go away rethinking the Sitwells,” said Christine Beevers, who’s about to start leading a series of special literary tours at Renishaw Hall, focusing on the family trio of writers who lived there in their heyday during the 1920s and 30s.

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VIDEO: Bride of Frankenstein and Hollywood Oscar winning wedding dresses at Cannon Hall in Barnsley

Wedding dresses don't come more frightening famous than the one worn by the bride of Frankenstein - now on show in South Yorkshire.
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John Gorman saw a colourful display of the Lantern Tower at Sheffield Cathedral

In Focus: A varied approach to theme with much colour

Capturing vibrant shades in floral fields and soaring jets.

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Five Year Anniversary of Sheffield floods: John Hamshere at Kelham Island Museum showing the height the water reached on one of the outbuilding walls

Heritage: Evolution key to celebrating Sheffield’s industrial past

The chief executive of Sheffield Industrial Museums Trust reflects on 23 years of caring for the city’s heritage and looks to the future his successor faces

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Frank and Albert Tory (it remains unclear which is which)

Twin brothers’ timeless Sheffield legacy is carved in stone

In the busy streets of Sheffield city centre, pausing to stop and admire the buildings and their adornments isn’t always high on the agenda of hurried shoppers and workers.

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