15 reasons to buy this week's bumper edition of the Sheffield Telegraph with 80 pages - Cheers!
If the pubs opening was not enough for you, here are 15 reasons to buy this week’s Sheffield Telegraph, complete with an eight-page supplement celebrating the life of Prince Phillip, out tomorrow, April 15.
From the Duke of Edinburgh’s lasting ‘legacy’ in Sheffield, to the return of Sheffield's shops, pubs, restaurants, cafes, gyms and salons, there are more reasons than ever to grab a copy of the Sheffield Telegraph.
Here are just 15 of those reasons:
Honouring the Duke
Eight special pages honouring Prince Phillip, the Duke of Edinburgh, who died last week.
Sheffield is open
Shops, bars, cafes, gyms and salons all opened their doors for the first time in months on Monday – read our special report from Nether Edge, Sharrow Vale and Ecclesall Road.
Crookes to have first big weekend of the summer
Independents in Crookes opened on Monday, but one shop will be having an opening party as they open for the first weekend in months.
Vaccine inequality study
A Sheffield volunteer group made up of retired health professionals and GP’s have highlighted inequalities in the vaccine uptake across Sheffield – read our exclusive story.
‘Slap in the face’
Plans for John Lewis to open a click and collect from Waitrose have been branded a ‘slap in the face’ after they decided to shut their iconic city centre store.
Lasting ‘legacy’ of Duke
Sheffield teacher talks about the importance of the awards scheme set up in Prince Phillip’s name.
Tree-ting it right
Memorial trees in Crookes to be saved in a ‘complex’ project.
New rules for Endcliffe Park
Following the ‘disgusting’ amount of litter left behind in March, as well as fires and fights, the council and police have brought in new measures.
Sheffield is better than Shoreditch
A recent comparison in the Sunday Times with trendy London borough Shoreditch was understated – there is so, so much more for us to celebrate.
A tribute to a Sheffield woman who went on to become a leading entertainment agent.
Sustainable transport feature
David Bocking explores how human powered vehicles are set to be a key component of business transport in the new Sheffield.
Universities bouncing back
The University of Sheffield Vice-Chancellor’s column explains how universities can be a leading light in return to normality.
Cooking up a change
A new Sheffield cookbook is helping people to fight climate change.
Put a stamp on it
A rare collection of historic postcards is going under the hammer soon.
The Sheffield Telegraph is out Thursday, April 15.