The Covid-19 pandemic meant we had to pause – which also gave us an opportunity to think about heritage in what is clearly going to be a changing and uncertain world. We think it will be even more important, as you will see from the revised consultation draft.
Heritage campaigners have been working with Sheffield City Council to try to get a better hearing for heritage as the ambitious Heart of the City II scheme advances.
The group aims to encourage the effective management of wildlife habitats and to reverse the decline of the nature trail over the past decade.
Supports the Gardens and provides the opportunity for gardeners of all abilities to meet, socialise and learn more about horticulture.
When Friends of Ecclesall Woods (FEW) was founded in 1993 it was one of the earliest ‘Friends’ groups in Sheffield. From the beginning our objective was to investigate, protect and preserve the Woods, and to share our discoveries with a broad audience.
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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.
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Explore the many diverse heritage groups that are active in the region.
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.