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Sheffield's RLWC2021 fixtures revealed

Sheffield's RLWC2021 fixtures revealed

Sheffield to host nine fixtures   Wheelchair semi-final double-header staged ...

Popular animal farm set for reopening 

Popular animal farm set for reopening 

One of Sheffield’s most popular free family attractions, Graves Park Animal Farm ...

Ash trees at risk from infectious disease

Ash trees at risk from infectious disease

A large proportion of England’s Ash trees, including Sheffield’s 250,000, are at ...

Reopening of sport, exercise and leisure in Sheffield

Reopening of sport, exercise and leisure in Sheffield

As leisure and fitness venues across the country prepare for reopening from 25 J ...

2000 young people to virtually graduate from Sheffield’s Children’s University

2000 young people to virtually graduate from Sheffield’s Children’s University

This summer over 2000 children and young people from 64 schools across the city ...

Coronavirus Business Grants Scheme extended

Coronavirus Business Grants Scheme extended

Sheffield City Council has opened applications for its Coronavirus Business Gran ...

City’s playgrounds will not reopen until safety measures in place

City’s playgrounds will not reopen until safety measures in place

UPDATE: 17 July 2020 Playgrounds update   Sheffield City Council is working very ...

Additional £16million to protect Sheffield from flooding

Additional £16million to protect Sheffield from flooding

Sheffield is set to receive an additional £16 million for the city's flood defen ...

From sleeping rough to sleeping safe

From sleeping rough to sleeping safe

During the COVID-19 pandemic 79 people who usually sleep rough in Sheffield have ...

Sheffield city skyline with many trees visible

Working strategy sets out new direction for the care of the city’s street trees

A new shared vision for the care and management of Sheffield’s street trees is n ...

Sheffield Town Hall in the sun

Statement on Sheffield City Trust

Below is Sheffield City Council's response to The Star report which was unfortun ...

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Smokefree Sheffield calls for smokers to quit today

Sheffield City Council’s Smokefree Sheffield initiative is supporting a new camp ...

Sheffield is a city of young makers and creators with Bags of Creativity

Sheffield is a city of young makers and creators with Bags of Creativity

A new partnership, led by IVE, the Arts Council Bridge Organisation for Yorkshir ...

Update on active travel measures

Update on active travel measures

Councillor Bob Johnson, Cabinet Member for Transport and Sustainability gives an ...

Gravestones in a Sheffield cemetery

Number of funeral attendees increased in Sheffield

Following further relaxing of Government restrictions, Sheffield City Council ye ...

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Sheffield receives enhanced government support in fight against Covid-19

Whilst we welcome this additional support to prevent the spread of the virus in ...

Woman in PPE testing someone for Covid-19 through car window

New mobile testing unit in Sheffield set to help stop the spread of Covid-19

Sheffield City Council is encouraging people to get tested in our effort to comb ...

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Statement on Shalesmoor Cycle Scheme

Councillor Bob Johnson, Cabinet Member for Transport and Sustainability at Sheff ...

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Sheffield’s Children’s University launch Summer Festival of Fun

Sheffield’s Children’s University are offering over 70 free activities for child ...

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Heart of the City II continues to raise the bar for Sheffield

Sheffield City Council has pledged to provide exemplary ethical and sustainabili ...

Greg Fell, Director Public Health, Sheffield City Council

WATCH: Director of Public Health latest on Coronavirus

Sheffield City Council’s Director of Public Health Greg Fell gives an update on ...

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Electric van plans for Sheffield businesses to try before they buy

30 Electric Vans will soon be available for businesses in Sheffield to trial in ...

Banner reading Black Lives Matter on Sheffield Town Hall

A message from Leader Julie Dore - Shukri Abdi

Councillor Julie Dore, Leader of Sheffield City Council said:“Shukri Abdi was a ...

Sheffield's Central Library

Libraries working hard to welcome you back soon

Libraries and their staff have missed you and we are working hard to reopen as s ...

Sheffield Town Hall against a grey sky

Care homes and care providers statement 3 July

This week Sheffield City Council has written to all adult care providers in the ...

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New Shalesmoor cycle path to be installed this weekend

A fully segregated cycle link will be introduced between Shalesmoor roundabout a ...

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Council celebrates the 72nd birthday of the NHS and Social Care in Sheffield

In celebrating 72 years since the birth of the NHS and the Social Care system, S ...

Greg Fell, Director Public Health Sheffield City Council

Statement from Director of Public Health Greg Fell

A statement has been made by Director Public Health at Sheffield City Council, G ...

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Stay safe as pubs and hospitality venues open

Director of Public Health at Sheffield City Council, Greg Fell said:"The further ...

Sheffield Town Hall against a bright blue Sky

Sheffield City Council announces Sheffield Local Outbreak Control Plan

Sheffield City Council announces the COVID-19 Sheffield Local Outbreak Control P ...

William Mitchell frieze

William Mitchell frieze to be safely removed and relocated

Work is set to get underway next week to meticulously remove the William Mitchel ...

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Virtual cabinet meeting held for first time

We held our first virtual Cabinet Meeting to discuss and agree Sheffield's response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Lord Mayor of Sheffield to serve another year in office

We have decided to postpone our Annual Council meeting until May 2021, to ensure continuity throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Statement on wider opening of schools

A statement from Councillor Abtisam Mohamed, Cabinet Member for Education and Skills and Director of Public Health, Greg Fell.

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City moves into next phase of Heart of the City II scheme

Since the outbreak of Covid-19 our daily lives have changed considerably. Whilst we observe social distancing to stay sa ...

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Sheffield set to Move More this June

The fifth annual Move More Month kicks off next week to encourage people across Sheffield to increase their physical activity throughout June.

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Quit for COVID campaign helps more Sheffielder's stop smoking

Smokefree Sheffield launches advert to encourage more people to ‘Quit for COVID’.

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Statement from the Leader of Sheffield City Council

A statement from the Leader of Sheffield City Council, Julie Dore.

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Statement on 5G mast planning applications

Our response to planning application requests for three new 5G masts in the city.

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Joint Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2019-2024

Covid-19 has had a major impact on every community in Sheffield. The nine ambitions our Strategy sets out remain the foundations to support a healthy life.

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New Sheffield Covid-19 grants scheme launched

A new Government scheme has launched to provide funding to businesses that have not previously been eligible for Coronavirus-related support.

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Covid-19: Financial headlines

Over the past few months we have been looking into the financial impact Covid-19 is having on the Council. Here are the headlines...

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Half term virtual adventures during lockdown

Sheffield Children’s Services work to support many children who are often some of the most vulnerable in society. Find out more about who we're working with to keep children entertained this half term.

Sheffield coronavirus response – Environment, Streetscene & Climate Change

Sheffield coronavirus response – Environment, Streetscene & Climate Change

The coronavirus pandemic and resulting national lockdown has changed our daily l ...

Local businesses receive E-Bikes for deliveries

Local businesses receive E-Bikes for deliveries

Sheffield businesses will be trialling a new way of delivering their goods this ...

Sheffield Coronavirus response - Business grants

Sheffield Coronavirus response - Business grants

Councillor Mazher Iqbal, Cabinet Member for Business and Investment at Sheffield ...

Major changes to Pinstone Street to encourage active travel in city centre

Major changes to Pinstone Street to encourage active travel in city centre

Pinstone Street will be closed to traffic in the next fortnight as Sheffield Cit ...

Sheffield Coronavirus response - Education and Skills

Sheffield Coronavirus response - Education and Skills

Councillor Abtisam Mohamed, Cabinet Member for Education and Skills at Sheffield ...

Sheffield Coronavirus response - Neighbourhoods and Community Safety

Sheffield Coronavirus response - Neighbourhoods and Community Safety

At the Council’s cabinet this week, held virtually for the first time due to loc ...

Sheffield Coronavirus response - Active Travel

Sheffield Coronavirus response - Active Travel

Yesterday, Cabinet saw its first virtual meeting; this was streamed live for mem ...

Sheffield Botanical Gardens

Sheffield Coronavirus response – Culture, Parks and Leisure

The coronavirus pandemic and resulting national lockdown has had a huge impact on the leisure, entertainment and hospitality industry.All bars, restaurants, cafes, gyms, playground ...

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Sheffield Coronavirus response – Finance and Resources

The coronavirus pandemic and resulting national lockdown has hit many families hard, increasing the number of households ...

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Sheffield Coronavirus response - Health and Social Care

At the Council’s cabinet this week, held virtually for the first time due to lockdown, we reported on how the Council has responded to COVID-19 across the city.We have prioritised ...

Crookes Valley Park

Car parks and bowls reopen in Sheffield parks

Following the Government’s most recent update, we have reviewed facilities across the city’s parks and are reopening car parks with immediate effect, and allowing the use of bowling greens.

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Foster care in lockdown. Three foster carers share their stories

Lockdown has glued us together,” says Helen about her current family of her 20 year old son, a teenager who’s lived with ...

Tennis courts reopen in Sheffield parks

Following the Government’s most recent update to lockdown restrictions, tennis c ...

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Thank You Sheffield

Councillor Julie Dore, Leader of Sheffield City Council, said:   “We are now nine weeks in to a very different reality, ...

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Watch Council meetings online during lockdown

In accordance with Covid-19 social distancing rules, all Sheffield City Council meetings are currently being held virtually and shared online via webcast. This includes the Council ...

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Council care and support during COVID-19

Today at the Council’s cabinet, held virtually for the first time due to lockdown, we have reported on how the Council has responded to COVID-19 across the city.   We have prioriti ...

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Sheffield schools

Councillor Abtisam Mohamed, Cabinet Member for Education and Skills at Sheffield City Council, said:“Sheffield City Coun ...

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Our social workers tell us how they are protecting young people

Councillor Jackie Drayton, Cabinet member for Children’s Services  writes: “Key workers have been the heroes of this cri ...

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Changes to funeral services in Sheffield

Following the latest Government update, which saw a slight ease of some restrictions, Sheffield City Council has today i ...

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Eligible business owners urged to apply for Covid-19 support grants

Sheffield City Council is encouraging eligible businesses in Sheffield to apply for support grants, available to help them face the challenges of the Coronavirus pandemic. Over the ...

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Enjoy Sheffield’s parks but stay alert and stay safe

Following the Government’s latest guidance, allowing us to spend more time in outdoor spaces, Sheffield City Council is urging people to stick to social distancing measures while e ...

child's feet next to a kerb

Walking is complicated... our latest blog from foster carer, David Bocking

Walking is complicated. Sometimes there are sticks, and stones, and tree roots, and spiders. And once you’re off the carpet and in the real world, the ground you’re trying to cover ...

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Help our hardworking waste collection crews

We are proud to be running a full waste and recycling service in Sheffield.  However as we stay home and stay safe we are generating more waste than usual.   You can help to make ...

cycle on a path

Pop-up active travel measures get the green light

Following the massive rise in cycling and walking during the Covid-19 lockdown, Sheffield City Council has laid out its ...

World-class musicians at home with Music in the Round

A free online festival of music from some of the world’s finest musicians is bei ...

Supplies in a warehouse

True Steel Spirit of Sheffield revealed as city unites to support the vulnerable

Although we’ve been working at distance, our city has come together like never before. We have received astounding suppo ...

Household Recycling Centres open to Sheffield residents only

The sites can only stay open with your co-operation and if you use the sites saf ...

Relationship matters

New website supports families facing relationship difficulties

Disagreements and arguments are completely normal but if they are becoming a problem then help is at hand.  Relationship Matters is a new partnership between Sheffield City Council ...

‘Sheffield Learning Together’ booklet provides home learning activities to families across the city

5500 copies of a new home learning booklet for children, young people and famili ...

Sheffield skyline with lots of trees visible

Partnership working strategy for city’s street trees is unveiled

A new shared vision for the care and management of Sheffield’s street trees will be approved by the Leader of the Counci ...

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Could you volunteer to help a young person in care?

Independent visitors is a Sheffield City Council scheme which aims to match volunteers who will build helpful and positi ...

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Sheffield’s Year of Reading launches January 2020

Sheffield’s Year of Reading launches across the city on 15th January 2020 and will be a 12-month, citywide celebration o ...

Festive taxi fares explained

Festive taxi fares explained

Sheffield City Council has set out the regulations around taxi fares during the ...

Action plan agreed following street tree inspections

Action plan agreed following street tree inspections

An action plan, which supports a new approach to managing the city’s street tree ...

Streets Ahead remind Sheffielders to stay safe on the roads this Christmas

Streets Ahead remind Sheffielders to stay safe on the roads this Christmas

Streets Ahead is reminding people to stay safe and take extra care on the roads ...

Call for sites as new vision informs Sheffield Local Plan

Call for sites as new vision informs Sheffield Local Plan

Across the city individuals and organisations, including landowners and develope ...

Planning consent granted for Sheffield Old Town Hall

Planning consent granted for Sheffield Old Town Hall

Planning consent has today been approved for Sheffield Old Town Hall, to restore ...

New dementia support plans

New dementia support plans

Sheffield’s vision is to make sure people with dementia are supported to live li ...

Streets Ahead nominated for national award

Streets Ahead nominated for national award

 Sheffield City Council’s highway maintenance contractor Streets Ahead has ...

General Election 2019

General Election 2019

ResultsSheffield Brightside & Hillsborough Constituency - 57.36% turnoutElec ...

General Election Results - Sheffield Hallam Constituency

General Election Results - Sheffield Hallam Constituency

NameDescriptionVotesAspden, Elizabeth JaneIndependent123Blake, Olivia FrancesLab ...

General Election Results - Sheffield Heeley Constituency

General Election Results - Sheffield Heeley Constituency

NameDescriptionVotesClement-Jones, Simon WilliamLiberal Democrats2,916Gregory, G ...

General Election Results - Sheffield Central Constituency

General Election Results - Sheffield Central Constituency

NameDescriptionVotesBlomfield, Paul ChristopherLabour Party33,968Carrington, Jac ...

General Election Results - Penistone & Stocksbridge Constituency

General Election Results - Penistone & Stocksbridge Constituency

SHEFFIELD PENISTONE & STOCKSBRIDGE CONSTITUENCYNameDescriptionVotesBooker, J ...

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General Election Results - Sheffield Brightside & Hillsborough Constituency

SHEFFIELD BRIGHTSIDE & HILLSBOROUGH CONSTITUENCY Name Description Votes ...

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General Election Results - Sheffield South East Constituency

Name Description Votes Bayliss, Marc Leslie The Conservative Party Candidate 1 ...

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Christmas Travel in South Yorkshire

With the countdown to Christmas underway, local people can find their way over t ...

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Be a part of UEFA Women's Euro 2021

UEFA Women's EURO 2021 is coming to England, with games being played in Sheffiel ...

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Council set to appoint interim Chief Executive

Mark Bennett, Director of HR and Customer Services at Sheffield City Council, sa ...

Josephine Dellow

Local Illustrator supports campaign to combat loneliness with free craft workshop

Independent Illustrator Josephine Dellow is taking over the Winter Gardens Pop U ...

Grosvenor building

Major Global Law Firm Becomes Second Anchor Tenant of Heart of The City II

Top 10 global law firm, CMS, is set to become the second anchor tenant in the He ...

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Repeat bodge-job fraudster jailed

A rogue trader has been sentenced to six months imprisonment at Sheffield Magist ...

Big city conversation

More chances to join the Big City Conversation

If you're heading into a very festive looking city centre next week, why not com ...

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Flu-like illness & diarrhoea / vomiting information & guidance

Illnesses such as diarrhoea/vomiting (norovirus) and other flu-like illnesses ar ...

Botanical Gardens

Radio 4 Gardeners Question Time at Sheffield Botanical Gardens

Just outside the city centre Sheffield Botanical Gardens were opened in 1836 and ...

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Freedom of the City for Man with the Pram

He's known across the city as the 'Man with the Pram' and now John Burkhill is t ...

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Knowledge Gateway resurfacing to start this weekend

Resurfacing of three main city centre roads, that form part of the Knowledge Gat ...