28th Nov 2023
This is the group established to work on saving and restoring the Rose Garden Café following a hugely successful campaign to save this important heritage asset from demolition.
24th Oct 2023
The Friends of Bishop’s House, Sheffield’s best preserved timber framed building and one of the region's 'architectural treasures', which runs the building urgently need more volunteers.
28th Sep 2023
Working class heritage is in the spotlight once again as Historic England announces further funding to uncover the stories of people and places often missing from the history records.
9th Sep 2023
RVCG is looking for a new Chairperson to take the reins of this very successful group and guide it to new heights through the next decade.
31st Aug 2023
Nominate public art for the Keith Hayman award by Monday 18th September
20th May 2023
Sheffield Heritage Partnership Board wants "enthusiastic friend and supporter of Sheffield's heritage" as new chair
19th May 2023
Sheffield Museums are appealing to the public for help in recovering the stolen items.
19th Mar 2023
Friends of Graves Park invite you to their 'Meet the Project' Day.
10th Mar 2023
This will be a "hybrid" meeting, so you can either attend in person at the National Emergency Services Museum, or online via Zoom.
1st Feb 2023
Following the £142,770 National Lottery Heritage Fund grant Friends of Graves Park are looking for a Community Engagement Worker and tendering for community archaeology.
1st Feb 2023
Public consultation on the new Sheffield Local Plan has now begun and will continue until 20th February. Everyone is strongly encouraged to take part.
26th Jan 2023
Your chance to be part of the group that supports the ongoing restoration of Grade II* listed Portland Works.
18th Jan 2023
Our guest speaker is Dr Lizzy Craig-Atkins, who will give us an update on the innovative Roots & Futures project. There will also be an update on the draft Local Plan.
21st Dec 2022
Project to further explore the history, heritage and archaeology of the historic Norton Park
3rd Dec 2022
Everyone invited to visit Sheffield Visual Art Group's online map and add more artworks
20th Nov 2022
Bi-monthly meeting Tuesday 29 November 2022, 4-6pm In person at Portland Works Maker Space and online We are happy to announce that our bi-monthly meeting will be another “hybrid” meeting, improving on what we learnt from the last meeting. You can either meet face to face in the Maker Space, kindly made available by Portland […]
10th Nov 2022
Could you lead an innovative voluntary organisation in Sheffield that’s working for a bigger role for our city’s diverse and fascinating heritage? Joined Up Heritage Sheffield, a registered charity, is looking for a new chairperson to take forward its exciting work.
28th Oct 2022
Friends of Zion Graveyard appeal for donations to make Wincobank Old School House into a community hub.
15th Aug 2022
Joined Up Heritage Sheffield supported the bid for Historic England to list the former Cole Brothers store, and are delighted that it has decided to give Grade II listed status to this important and historic building which has played a central and much-loved role in the lives of thousands of Sheffielders.
23rd Apr 2022
Members of the Heritage Strategy Partnership Board, set up to oversee delivery of the city’s Heritage Strategy, have now held an initial meeting with the City Council, in the shape of Cllr Mazher Iqbal and the heads of Planning and of Property and Regeneration Services.
21st Dec 2021
The Implementation Group (made of UEB members) has recommended, and the UEB agreed of course, that Archaeology at Sheffield will close at the end of 23/24. Archaeology will be split between History and Biological Sciences.
15th Dec 2021
The current Heart of the City II regeneration programme in Sheffield city centre has provided an important opportunity to uncover evidence of Sheffield’s industrial past.
3rd Dec 2021
It is possible to walk from Sheffield Railway Station in the city centre all the way to the 97 bus terminus above Totley almost entirely through parks, open spaces and particularly woodland, most of it ancient woodland. Timewalk’s Chris Bullivant has pieced together a provisional route literally joining up the heritage along the way, and he’s keen to hear from groups and individuals interested in making it a reality.
11th Nov 2021
The Friends of Graves Park have launched a petition to try and get the next section of the Norton Nurseries site released for restoration to parkland. Their goal is to reach at least 1000 signatures.
19th Oct 2021
The four local authorities in South Yorkshire have been awarded funding to create a Local Heritage List. Anyone can nominate a historic place - which could be a building, structure, garden, landmark, archaeological site or landscape.
7th Sep 2021
The annual Heritage Open Days festival runs between 10 - 19 September 2021 and will see over 70 free events taking place across the Sheffield area, all celebrating our city's rich historic and cultural heritage.
26th May 2021
Yesterday, the University’s Executive Board decided to go ahead with closing the world-ranking Archaeology Department; saving only two small areas of work that would be merged with the Medicine and Geography Departments.
21st May 2021
You may have picked up the great concern being expressed across Sheffield at the threat to the future of the Department of Archaeology at the University of Sheffield. Please sign the petition!
11th May 2021
In January 2021, the Government announced that they were to give new protections to "statues, monuments and memorials" to prevent them being removed without scrutiny.
16th Apr 2021
In September 2020, Sheffield City Council's Planning Committee followed the advice of their officers and voted unanimously to refuse this outline application. The public inquiry is in response to an appeal by the developer, and is scheduled to take 10 days, with some of these expected as late as June.
18th Mar 2021
You are invited to take part in vital University of Sheffield research into how the lockdown in heritage, arts and culture has affected you.
6th Mar 2021
The Star and Telegraph have both featured the recently-published JUHS Heritage Strategy in a two-page spread, continuing the steadfast support we have enjoyed from the papers and their editor, Nancy Fielder.
26th Feb 2021
Community-led groups are being invited to bid for a share of up to £500,000 to develop and host events which celebrate the Windrush Generation and recognise their contribution to British Life.
19th Feb 2021
Sheffield City Council refused planning permission for a township of up to 300 homes on the old ‘Hepworth’ brickworks site in the Loxley valley. The developers, Patrick Properties Strategic Land, are appealing against that decision.
12th Feb 2021
Birley Spa Oral History Project starts on 15th February 2021. We would love to hear your memories and stories of this wonderful site.
5th Feb 2021
FOHB are urgently seeking volunteers, especially anyone with knowledge of public inquiries or who are able to help with fundraising.
27th Jan 2021
The Heritage Strategy for Sheffield is a first for the city: its first heritage strategy and the first in the country to be developed by and rooted in the local community.
4th Nov 2020
The Government is proposing the biggest shake-up of planning law and policy in half a century. Joined Up Heritage Sheffield has submitted a comprehensive response to the proposals, which we believe are founded on little evidence and many wrong assumptions, and pose a significant threat to our built and landscape heritage.
4th Nov 2020
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government is inviting bids from county-wide groups of local authorities for up to £70,000 to develop a Local Heritage List. Buildings, sites and structures of national importance have statutory protection, but those of local importance are vulnerable to demolition at two weeks' notice.
26th Oct 2020
Video tours from the Castlegate Festival including inside the Old Town Hall and the Terminal Warehouse at Victorian Quays, together with a very interesting kayak trip under Lady's Bridge, where you can see the remains of the original medieval bridge.
10th Sep 2020
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.
25th Aug 2020
Sheffield City Council are consulting on the new Local Plan. This is the plan that will guide what can be built where in the city, and will have a large and long-lasting impact on heritage and the environment.
23rd Aug 2020
The Council’s development of the area between Pinstone Street and Rockingham Street proceeds apace. Permission has been granted for stabilisation works to the historic Grade II* Listed Leah’s Yard, and the planning application has been submitted for the first phase Block A.
16th Jun 2020
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.
1st Jun 2020
Historic England and the Heritage Alliance have put together information that may be helpful to heritage organisations in adapting to the COVID-19 crisis.
31st Mar 2020
Sheffield City Council have extended the pre-application consultation on Block H of their Heart of the City II development until April 28th, and made more details available on the website.
15th Jan 2020
The Sheffield Strategy is of and for the whole of the city. JUHS published a draft Strategy early in 2020 and plan to launch it by the end of 2020, following a period of public consultation.
Joined Up Heritage Sheffield calls on Sheffield City Council to rethink proposed planning department cuts
17th Nov 2019
Joined Up Heritage Sheffield is gravely concerned at the proposed cuts to the Sheffield City Council’s planning department, affecting all specialist teams, as well as officers handling routine applications, as reported in the Sheffield Star and Planning Resource magazine. Sheffield already has one of the smallest heritage specialist teams out of the 8 core cities, […]
13th Nov 2019
This article describes the recent National Lottery Heritage Fund project at Norton Park. The article has been submitted by Caroline Dewar, Chair of Friends of Graves Park.
1st Aug 2019
Conservation Areas have been with us for over half a century. So many irreplaceable historic buildings and so much of our precious landscape were lost during the war and the frenzy of development and urban expansion that followed that it seemed that our heritage could all but disappear. The buildings and places we inherit are […]
18th Jul 2019
JUHS core group members attended the Sheffield Property Association event ‘How to galvanise a city and other stories’, held on 17 July 2019 at Kollider in Castle House, the former Co-operative store on Angel Street. This was a superb opportunity to give our message to well over a hundred representatives from the developer community. S-PA […]
29th Jun 2019
What positive outcomes are heritage campaigners looking for if Sheffield City Council changes its system of governance from today’s “leader and cabinet” model, which limits power to a group of ten councillors from a single political party, to a committee system? That was what I needed to get across to the Council’s Overview and Scrutiny […]
27th Sep 2017
A two-day event in October will mark a big step forward in the creation of the city’s first Heritage Strategy. Joined Up Heritage Sheffield (JUHS), a group of community organisations representing a wide range of heritage interests, will launch its Vision for the future of Sheffield’s heritage, and the Framework for the Strategy, at the two […]
5th Feb 2016
Do you have a story about our amazing River Don Engine? Would you like to be involved in our new HLF funded 1916 project? We are looking for input from people who know the engine to inform our new exhibition… If you have any stories or memories about the Engine that you would like to […]
1st Jan 1970