17 of the best reasons to buy this week's Sheffield Telegraph
With exclusive reports and news, here are 17 of the headline reasons to but this week’s Sheffield Telegraph, out tomorrow, Thursday, April 22
From alpacas in Ringinglow, to a seven year project for the Broomhill area going to the vote, the Sheffield Telegraph has all your Sheffield news covered this week.
Here are just 15 reasons to grab a copy tomorrow, April 22:
Outdoor attractions a sell-out in first week back
Animal farms and theme parks were amongst the outdoor attractions permitted to reopen on April 12, and the Sheffield Telegraph has gone behind the scenes at some of Sheffield’s most popular to see how they are coping – and what they are planning for summer.
Residents to vote for ‘pioneering’ plan
Residents in Broomhill and the surrounding areas will be asked to vote for a neighbourhood plan on May 6 alongside the local elections – find out what it is, and how it works.
Police speak out
Police boss has spoken out after Sheffield witnesses two murders in the space of a week, assuring dealing with it will be an ‘absolute priority’.
Former Sheffield MP disgraced
A former Sheffield MP has been stripped of his Parliamentary pass privilege.
Is Tramlines back this year?
After the organisers announced they will release their line-up on Monday, we argue why it is so important for Sheffield that it goes ahead this year.
Remembering rocker mum
Read our retro article in memory of an inspirational Sheffield rocker.
A boy’s best friend
Find out why a Sheffield boy with autism is thriving thanks to his new best mate, a support dog.
Not opening universities is a mistake, says Vice-Chancellor
Sheffield Hallam University Vice-Chancellor blasts a government decision not to let university students return despite gyms, hairdressers, schools and outdoor hospitality reopening.
Sheffield parkrun is back… almost
Columnist GP, Dr Ollie Hart, counts down to June 5, when the Sheffield parkrun will return.
‘Heartbroken’ relatives speak out
Tributes pour in for man shot near Bramall Lane earlier this month.
Children’s Hospital director steps down
David Vernon-Edwards will step down from his role as director of Sheffield Children’s Hospital Charity after 20 years – raising £25 million along the way.
Never at the Edge
A Sheffield creative says why she loves Nether Edge in this week’s instalment of Favourite Things.
Fitness class is ‘so important’
A Mosborough mum reveals why she will lead baby sling classes, helping new mums to bond and socialise.
Unique lockdown quilt
An NHS physio has created a ‘lockdown quilt’ from pieces of fabric decorated by the Crosspool community.
Double relegation better than Super League
Read why a Sheffield double relegation is better than the greed of the proposed European Super League.
Two pages of your letters
Readers have their say on every topic imaginable in a bumper letters section
Celebrate 70 years of the Peak District National Park
We look at how we all have a part to play in the future of the glorious Park on our doorstep
The Sheffield Telegraph is out on Thursday, April 22.