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The Sarah Nulty power of music foundation 27m
“I just wanted to have a big party for all my friends.” One of the driving forces behind Sarah championed new & emerging talent in the industry. Through the Foundation, we'll continue this. Apply for a grant for a school, community group or individual in
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Rob Nicholson Nov 24
Eccy Road An example of some of brutalist architecture
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RSPCA Frontline 22h
1/ A litter of newborn kittens 🥰 were found without their mum in . Three of our brilliant South Yorkshire inspectors took them on to hand rear 🥱😴 47
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Sheffield Assay Office 4m
Dazzle Invites is a virtual exhibition of contemporary jewellery running up until January 10th 2021. Find out more here and support some local silversmiths who are showcasing their exquisite work: (piece by Chris Boland)
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Aidan Stones Nov 16
High Street from Commercial Street, Fitzalan Market, right
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Arnold Wragg Ltd Nov 16
MTD’s newest magazine landed in Sheffield this morning... looking forward to a fantastic read before adding it to the collection Another job well done... congratulations
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My Ancestors and Me Nov 19
My mother in law Brenda Brocksopp attended Intermediate School in and won a prize of Charles Dickens’ collection of ‘Christmas Books’ in 1940. I’ve just found it in a box of her belongings. Made my day; she was such a lovely lady.
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Aidan Stones Nov 22
Another weekend of Sheffield football is taking its toll
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Aidan Stones Nov 23
The Cambridge P.H., No.1 Cambridge Street showing (left) Goffs, estate agents and surveyors and junction with Wellington Street. Would love to see it with the detailing restored to the chimneys and facade, fantastic to all involved in saving 'Henry's corner'
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Roger Dalton Nov 22
Rainbow over Fulwood, , earlier today Rumours of pots of gold at both ends haven’t been substantiated yet.....!
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HistoryandHeritageYorkshire Nov 19
'Early Morning on the Don' one of six images of produced at the turn of the century by artist Walter Hayward-Young (1868–1920) Much of his output was signed 'Jotter' The paintings were first used by Raphael Tuck as postcard images in 1902.
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Nancy Fielder Nov 24
The reflections of city centre on the big Christmas tree baubles give a lovely perspective on well known buildings. My picture does them no justice, you'll have to come and see for yourself as soon as we're allowed 😊
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Aidan Stones Nov 23
Barleycorn Inn, No 38, Cambridge Street
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Kanoo Sheffield Nov 24
6 days to go. Kanoo Sheffield back working on 30 Nov.
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OMD40 Nov 17
Monday 17 November 1980 Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark bring the Organisation tour to the good people of and play at the City Hall. (fan pic via Facebook)
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The Hermit's Lantern Nov 17
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Aidan Stones Nov 22
High Street decorated for royal visit of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, Foster's Buildings on right
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Aidan Stones Nov 21
Cottages Nos. 105-111, Crabtree Lane, Upper Crabtree looking towards Batley Street. Don't get me wrong I like a tree as much as the next man...
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Aidan Stones Nov 20
Malin Bridge Corn Mill, Loxley Road
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PitsAdventures Nov 23
Sheffield smiles on this chilly Monday morning. Two of our lads with hairstyles inspired by the Sheffield legend John Burkhill!
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