A week of new starts – 14 reasons to buy this week's Sheffield Telegraph
It has been a week of massive change and new starts in Sheffield.
From schools reopening and cafes opening, to transport bids and awards, it has been an exciting week and we’ve loved wrapping it all up into one fantastic weekly read for our readers.
Here are just 14 reasons to buy the Sheffield Telegraph from tomorrow, March 11:
Special report on the reopening of Sheffield schools after months of lockdown
Schools returned to full-time face-to-face education on Monday – hear from teachers and parents about what it is like to be back
Women of Sheffield awards
Meet the incredible women who have kept Sheffield going during the Covid-19 pandemic
New railway stations bid
Have your say on plans to reopen three suburban railway stations - and the creation of a new one at Totley Brook.
New cafe ‘sells out of everything’ in first weekend trading
Read how a new cafe run by a Michelin-trained chef is proving a hit on Ecclesall Road.
Personal column from city nurse
Find out what nurses really think of the one per cent pay rise offer with a powerful personal column
Great Sheffield Flood anniversary
How to remember the victims of the Great Sheffield Flood on the anniversary of the ‘devastating’ tragedy.
Plans for popular Crookes pub
Plan a pub visit for the summer as plans for the site of a popular pub in Crookes are revealed
Best family walks
From the Peaks to Rivelin Valley: take inspiration from a round-up of the best family walks in Sheffield
Dust off those running trainers
Prefer to run? One extreme Sheffield runner's 41 mile routes make for impressive reading.
New transport links to Nether Edge
Exciting plans for new walking and cycle routes have been revealed for linking Nether Edge to the city centre.
Win that much-needed post-lockdown break
WIN! A £500 luxury spa break at a leading resort for your mum as a Mothers’ Day special.
Reaction to Harry and Meghan interview
Sheffielders react to the ‘shocking’ Oprah interview with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
Unrest at the Blades
How football columnist Alan Biggs thinks United could heal the rift with Chris Wilder.
Take a tour of a stunning farmhouse up for sale.
The Telegraph is on sale tomorrow, March 11, in Sheffield shops and supermarkets.