Organisers of the popular Three Valleys Beer Festival in Dronfield have announced details of this year’s event.
It will be held on Saturday June 3 with pubs and clubs around the town and nearby villages putting on a day of festivities including an extended range of craft beers, street food and live music. A free bus service will run at regular intervals from Dronfield railway station to venues taking part.
Last year, almost 10,000 people attended the free event. Visit www.threevalleysfestival.org.uk for more details.
Pop in to pop-up cafes
Community food project Blend is hosting pop up cafes in Longley and Broomhall this month.
The cafes, on Mondays at the Longley 4 Greens community centre on Southey Avenue and the Broomhill Centre on Broomspring Lane on Tuesdays, will serve hot and cold breakfasts and lunches to eat in or take away.
Dishes made with local produce range from chorizo and red pepper beans on toast and vegetable Laksa.
The cafes will also be providing training and practical experience for participants on Blend’s community café training programme.
Michelin joy for hotels
Three Sheffield hotels have been listed in the acclaimed Michelin Guide Great Britain and Ireland 2017 as a recommended hotel to stay at in Sheffield.
Europe’s oldest and most renowned hotel and restaurant guide acknowledged Brocco on the Park, Hunters Bar, the Leopold Hotel, city centre, and Halifax Hall in Endcliffe.