13 of the reasons to buy a copy of this week's Sheffield Telegraph
It feels like a new era as Labour and the Greens announce a coalition, groups declare a nature emergency, and the city’s culture and hospitality scenes open up once more – why not find out more by picking up a copy of the Sheffield Telegraph, tomorrow, May 20?
As hospitality businesses reopened indoors this week, along with the city’s cinemas, theatres and museums, we take a look at the biggest stories in this week’s bumper Sheffield Telegraph
Here are just 13 of the best:
Groups announce nature emergency
Three of Sheffield’s groups have come together to announce a nature emergency on Friday, May 21 – and they need your support.
Council announces a Green/Labour leadership coalition following local election results
Cafe bounces back after break in
‘Community project’ Blend Kitchen has opened a new site on Ecclesall Road, but after only days after opening they had a break in – now they are crowdfunding for a new shutter and CCTV.
Fine dining is back
Rafters Restaurant is finally able to open its indoor dining room after seven months of closure.
One of the city’s most popular sports events, the parkrun, has announced that it will return in June.
Housing market is ‘bonkers’
Read why Sheffield’s ‘booming’ property market has made it become the second most desirable place to live in England.
Profile on city’s youngest councillor
Conservative 21-year-old Lewis Chinchen talks about getting into politics, and the ‘fresh ideas’ he will bring to Sheffield.
Putting Sheffield first
Lord Blunkett explains why we should put Sheffield first in his column.
Lasting legacy of headteacher
Remembering a popular Sheffield headteacher and mum of six.
Restoration back underway
Friends of Porter Valley are back restoring the Forge Dam.
Going all out vegan
Find out about the city centre’s first fully vegan restaurant and bar.
Nature connects us all
David Bocking talks us through the importance of a connection with nature.
Nine of the best
Nine of the best openings to look forward to across Sheffield this summer.
And lots more in this week’s Sheffield Telegraph, out tomorrow, Thursday, May 20.