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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

Park Hill Reimagined

A look at the new beginnings of one the most talked about buildings in Sheffield, Park Hill. This film, created by Museums Sheffield in partnership with the University of Sheffield, features contributions from former Housing Committee Chairman, Roy Hattersley, Tom Bloxham, Chairman and Co-Founder of developers Urban Splash, and residents of the newly developed homes.

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Brought to Light: The Remarkable Bateman Collection

Fri. 27 May 2022 — Sun. 15 January 2023

Weston Park Museum

Thomas Bateman was a pioneering Victorian antiquarian. Much of Sheffield's collections of local archaeology, minerals, ceramics, metalwork and fossils can be traced back to him. Explore Bateman’s legacy and the origins of civic museum collections.

Portland Works

The birthplace of stainless steel cutlery. The cutlery works first opened in 1877 and was bought out by the community in 2013. Today the building is populated by a mix of artists, craftspeople, musicians and small-scale manufacturers.

Abbeydale Picture House

An enchanted princess of a building, the beguiling 1920s Abbeydale Picture House is at last mid-rescue.

Church of St Paul

Opened in 1959 and designed by noted architect Sir Basil Spence, this Grade II* listed church is a testament to modernism’s ability to deliver striking results within a minimal budget using basic materials (brick, steel, concrete and glass).