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Vegan focus at ‘barcade’

A pioneering Sheffield vegan restaurant has moved to a new bar set up by a city rock star.

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Broomheads Fish and chips..Crookes

Competition for Chip shop of the Year 2018: It is time to vote for your winning chippy

The competition is really hotting up.

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Pete McKee (centre) pictured with people involved in Printed by Us at the opening night of his This Class Works exhibition

Vulnerable adults collaborate with Sheffield artists on work for Pete McKee exhibition

Vulnerable adults are being given the opportunity to learn new skills through a screen print social enterprise that has recently collaborated with Sheffield artists on work commissioned by Pete McKee for his latest exhibition.

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Laura Cortese & the Dance Cards

Musician Laura plays her cards right with two South Yorkshire shows

Boston-based Laura Cortese & The Dance Cards are about to step into South Yorkshire at the double.

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Barnsley folk star Kate Rusby, whose family run Underneath the Stars

Spend this weekend Underneath the Stars at South Yorkshire folk festival

South Yorkshire can boast another outdoor music festival as well as Tramlines taking place in Sheffield this weekend.

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27 July 2017..........Sheffield by the Sea opens at the Sheffield Peace Gardens and runs until 28th August. Jack Rushforth and Lexi Williams.  Picture Scott Merrylees

15 fun things to do in Sheffield this summer

The summer holidays are finally here, and luckily for all the parents in the city, there are no shortage of things to do in Sheffield in the coming weeks.

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Wings king is on target for tastes

Wings king is on target for tastes

Slamdunk! Excuse the pun but I just could not resist. I am, after all, writing about one of the city’s well known basketball players who also happens to be brilliant in the kitchen. If you were not fortunate to come across Wing King Olu Babalola then let me introduce you to his city centre kitchen.

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Lauren Hird at Just Falafs.

Favourite Things: ‘More like Jurassic Park than a part of Sheffield’

Few people have been more instrumental to the rise and rise of popular vegan catering in the region than Lauren Hird. She is one third of the trio behind Make No Bones – a café that, until a few weeks ago, resided on Chesterfield Road in Meersbrook. This month – alongside life/business partner Dave Shaw and business partner Adam Clark – she unveiled a rather more jaw-dropping version. Make No Bones now operate one of the biggest vegan eateries in the region out of the new ‘Church – Temple of Fun’ venue in the Kelham Island area. Their innovative catering caught the attention of venue owner, Bring Me The Horizon frontman and renowned vegan Oli Sykes who asked them to handle the food. Make No Bones - which was actually borne out of a one-off night at The Riverside way back in 2013 - built up a loyal following in its former Meersbrook home. Lauren Hird said: “It was a real honour to be asked to part of the new venue. The last five years have been quite a journey for us and it shows just how big the vegan lifestyle is becoming in the area.” ‘Church – Temple of Fun’ is situated in the iconic Rutland Works (now known as Osborn Works) on Rutland Road - one of the few listed buildings in the Kelham Island area of Sheffield. Lauren Hird lives with partner Dave Shaw and their three rescue dogs in the Meersbrook area of Sheffield. The full Make No Bones menu can be viewed here: https://templeof.fun/pages/eat

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Oragniser of the Taste of Independent Sheffield Festival.

New festival to showcase Taste of Sheffield traders

A new festival showcasing independent Sheffield businesses is being launched for the ‘busiest weekend of the year.’

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Recommendation of the week: Wine and Whiskey, 760 Ecclesall Road

Recommendation of the week: Wine and Whiskey, 760 Ecclesall Road

For fine wines, rare whiskeys and American craft beers in an unpretentious setting, Wine and Whiskey is hard to beat.

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Delicious treats come to Sheffield Tramlines

Top notch grub on the menu for Tramlines

Everything from on-trend vegan fast food, and portable Sunday dinners, to award-winning pies and burgers will be on offer at this year’s Tramlines Festival.

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The limited edition bag is available in limited numbers at a cost of 70.

Leeds fashion brand launches limited edition bag to honour Yorkshire Day

A Leeds based fashion brand has introduced an exclusive, limited edition bag to its collection in celebration of Yorkshire Day on 1 August.

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Listings: Health & Fitness

Listings: Health & Fitness

July 19 - July 26 2018

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Listings: Theatre

July 19 - July 26 2018

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Listings: Courses & Workshops

July 19 - July 26 2018

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Listings: Events & Groups

July 19 - July 26 2018

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Listings: Outdoors

July 19 - July 26 2018

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Listings: Music

July 19 - July 26 2018

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Listings: Children’s Activities

July 19 - July 26 2018

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Check in to the future at Hotel Artemis

Check in to the future at Hotel Artemis

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