15 exclusive reasons to buy this week's Sheffield Telegraph
Just 15 reasons to pick up a copy of this week’s Sheffield Telegraph, out tomorrow, Thursday, May 13.
In a week of referendum wins, council changes, and future uncertainties, we look forward to the reopening of cinemas, theatres, and indoor hospitality across Sheffield.
Packed with features, interviews and stories from across the Steel City, here are just 15 of the reasons to pick up a copy from tomorrow:
It really is our city
It’s Our City co-chair reacts to the referendum win, and why all eyes will be on Sheffield going forward.
Remembering last surviving veteran
Remembering a man believed to be the last surviving Sheffield veteran of the initial D-Day assault on the Normandy beaches.
Stonking victory in Broomhill
We hear the reaction to the passing of the BBEST Neighbourhood Plan, which won by a majority of almost 92 per cent.
Independent cinema is back
Find out what will be showing on the first day back for Sheffield's Showroom Cinema.
Joining forces against litter
A waste management company has joined forces with Sheffield Litter Pickers to deal with Sheffield’s litter problem.
This is not al apple-ing idea
Sheffield farm has produced a cider from its very own orchard – find out where to grab a bottle, or six.
Pollution is real
Sheffield artist Jo Peel reveals the extent of air pollution in city centre.
Culture is important in Sheffield
City culture director explains why it is so important for the city’s venues to reopen.
Cafe ‘almost a reality’
Orange Bird cafe and restaurant in Hillsborough will finally open after three years of planning.
Sheffield musician returns for dream solo gig
Sheffield artist Self Esteem talks about her childhood dream of solo headlining the Leadmill becoming a reality.
Banner Cross mum raffles off her house
A woman is selling her house for £2 raffle tickets to raise money for The Children’s Hospital.
Gearing up for Gambia
A Sheffield man talks about his journey of donating second-hand bikes to Gambia.
What’s special about concrete?
Rob Hawley explains why concrete slabs may be on the verge of becoming ‘cool’
And everything else
Columns, quizzes, puzzles and stories, this week’s paper is packed with inspiring reads.
The Sheffield Telegraph is out tomorrow, May 13.