LANGUAGE students have expressed their dismay after the University of Sheffield proposed drastic changes to how languages will be studied.
SHEFFIELD’S largest outdoor BMX track is set to fully reopen this week after thousands of pounds of donations from the public have helped fund vital repairs, just in time for summer.
“We Won’t Take It for Granted Again”: Sell-Out Crowd Attends Government Pilot Event at Sheffield’s Crucible
A sell-out crowd attended sport’s first Government Pilot Event at Sheffield’s Crucible during the Bank Holiday weekend.
A memorial in Rotherham is to open next week with the aim of rebuilding the communities which have been badly impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic. On March 27, Hope Fields in Thrybergh Country Park will mark the anniversary of lockdown by offering a space for locals...
SHEFFIELD’S Cathedral Archer Project have launched their Virtual Easter Egg Hunt to help raise funds for the Archer Project which provides homeless people with the medical support, food, and education.
The Canal and River Trust have started a project to collect stories of the city’s canals, to rekindle the public’s love for their waterways.