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One of the pieces of art work at the Barry Hines exhibition

Working class author exhibition

The literary works of northern writer Barry Hines chronicles the trials and tribulations of life in South Yorkshire and a new exhibition celebrates the 50th anniversary of his most well known novel still resonating with audiences today – A Kestrel for a Knave.
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Heaven 17 in the 1980s - Martyn Ware, Glenn Gregory, Ian Craig Marsh

How Sheffield has influenced synthpop, jazz, opera and more

As Arctic Monkeys play four huge homecoming gigs at the FlyDSA Arena, cultural figures are asked: “How has Sheffield shaped its musicians and songwriters?​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​”
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Sarah McLeod at Wentworth Woodhouse. Picture: Scott Merrylees

Sarah McLeod interview: Trust’s chief executive on restoring Wentworth Woodhouse – the ‘biggest house in England’ hidden for years

On a balmy afternoon a few Mondays ago, people out walking at one of South Yorkshire's most important sites were treated to a dramatic scene straight out of a Hollywood movie - a helicopter circling over the Grade I-listed Wentworth Woodhouse, then landing in front of applauding wedding guests who gathered on the balcony to watch the happy couple take to the skies.
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Baroness Mervyn Pike receiving keys for a tea bar at Scarsdale Hospital, Chesterfield, watched by a large group of WRVS members

Voluntary service marks 80 years of caring for others

One of the largest volunteering organisations in British history, the Royal Voluntary Service, has just marked its milestone 80th birthday this year with a pop-up exhibition at the National Emergency Services Museum in Sheffield.
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Properties in South Yorkshire

Yorkshire attracts more home buyers

Yorkshire continues to buck the trend of a stagnant or disinterested property market in many other parts of the country, with a continuing rise in house prices and strong buyer demand.
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Bradfield.

Walking: High on Bradfield...

Low Bradfield to High Bradfield and back.   Length: 1.8 miles. Time: 1 hour. Grade: Steady ascent and descent across fields. A short section on roads. The paths are well defined. There are stiles, steps and gates. Start: Car park, The Sands, Low Bradfield. Public transport: Buses 61 and 62 from Hillsborough stop at Fair House Lane / Smithy Bridge Road, Low Bradfield. Refreshments: Old Horns Inn, High Bradfield; The Postcard Café and The Plough Inn, Low Bradfield. Public toilets: Low Bradfield. Grid Reference: SK 2626 9204.       
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