Freelance Archivist needed for Sheffield Caribbean Cricket Club


The University of Sheffield is seeking a freelance Archivist/ heritage consultant to run three 3 full day workshops to train 10 local community members in how to record and store the Sheffield Caribbean Crickets Clubs documents and photographs. These costs would also cover the materials required to undertake these initial steps. You would also be required […]

Sheffield Home of Football

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Sheffield Home of Football (SHOF) SHOF became a charity in August 2022 with the following twin objectives. ‘A programme of education and awareness about the city’s footballing history, the creation of a Sheffield Footballing Heritage Museum and the collection of memorabilia, trophies, programmes, historical records and other items for digital and physical exhibition ‘ Sheffield...

‘Let’s go to the Pictures’

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‘Let’s go to the Pictures’ are an independent archive, a not for profit group, involved in the recording of all cinema heritage, the lead campaigner in the saving of the Newbury A Trent ‘Doncaster Gaumont Palace’ 1934 33ft long Frieze.

History of the First St John’s Church in Ranmoor with The Victorian Society – A Talk by Mary Grover followed by a Guided Tour
Developments in Sheffield City Centre – a Walking Tour


Saturday, 15th June 2024, 10:00 am to 12:30 pm

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Developing an improved heritage offer for the Sheffield area

Sheffield has a diverse and wide heritage. Joined Up Heritage seeks to bring together organisations and individuals interested in heritage, in all its variety: to promote better understanding, encourage a strategic approach and develop a better-resourced and better-connected presentation of heritage. We aim to be a collective voice for heritage.

People’s Heritage List

Joined Up Heritage Sheffield is working with other organisations and individuals to create a People’s Heritage List of sites such as buildings, open spaces, landscapes, structures, artefacts which do not have statutory designation but which Sheffielders believe need recognition.