A great photo showing the bottom of Exchange Street with the top of the megatron roof peeking out, with the Sheaf underneath, looking towards Furnival Road.
Saturday 16 September 2017 at the Millennium Gallery
The Fair is a celebration of Sheffield’s rich history, showcasing the work of key heritage groups from around the city in a weekend-long fair at the Millennium Gallery. FOSC had a stall and met with many interested people.
There’s a fascinating article on the subject here
Check out the facebook page for this event
There has been lots of publicity regarding the announcement of the Castlegate funding
John Moreland did an interview with Radio Sheffield yesterday evening. You can hear it here for the next month or so. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p057wrmr – the item is about 1.10.00 in – use the transport bar.
You may well have seen in the local media today that funding has now been secured by the Council to start work on excavations of the Castle site. This is fantastic news and whilst a relatively modest amount, it does give the opportunity to undertake several archaeological trenches/excavations on the site. The Council has secured this funding as part of a wider scheme of works in Castlegate, also including much needed repairs to the Old Town Hall.
The Friends will be working closely with the archaeologists and Council on access to the site whilst the work is being undertaken, and as Members, our aim is to give you first chance to view what remains are found alongside access to the existing known remains, which we haven’t had access too for some time.
We will have a newsletter out very soon but will keep you updated regularly now as things progress.
If you’ve not renewed your membership recently, please do so to be part of what will be a fascinating and exciting journey!
Sheffield Council are to spend almost £800,000 to ‘kickstart’ Castlegate regeneration – read more on the Star’s website.