Trip to Tickhill Castle

A small group of our Committee and FoSC members recently enjoyed a private tour of Tickhill Castle thanks to current owner Barry Moss.¬† Barry took over the lease of the Castle from the Duchy of Lancaster in 2018 and went about restoring the Old Hall where his family currently live. The castle walls and gatehouse […]

Report on our AGM

Our 9th AGM took place at the Central United Reformed Church on 21st April, please click the link ‘AGM Acc Chair’ to view the Annual Accounts to April 2022 and Chair’s Report. At the AGM, those Committee members that wished to stand again, were re-elected, and also a small amendment to our Constitution which allows […]

Sheffield Castle Project with Spectrum Active

At this years AGM, we were delighted to welcome Danny Garrett from Spectrum Active, a not for profit organisation that works with adults with learning difficulties and support needs.¬† The students worked on models of the Castle and we were delighted to be given 2 of the models which are pictured here. Its great to […]

2022 Annual General Meeting – 21st April

We invite you to our 9th Annual General Meeting which this year will be held in person at the Central United Reformed Church, Norfolk Street, Sheffield¬† S1 2JB, at 6:30pm on Thursday 21st April We will present the Reports of the Officers and vote for Committee Members. All Committee Members stand down annually but are […]

Discovering Sheffield Castle

Here is a great piece of work put together by our own Dr Clive Waddington from Archaeological Research Services Ltd from January 2009, setting out a clear vision for the interpretation and presentation of the remains of the Castle. Discovering Sheffield Castle

Re-investigating Sheffield Castle

As part of South Yorkshire Archaeology Services, ‘Archaeology Day’ in 2013, Shaun Richardson from Ed Dennison Archaeological Services Ltd gave this talk on the Castle, following on from their full investigation of the Castle archive at that time. Re-investigating Sheffield Castle

Castle Hill, Sheffield: Life after Death

Castle Hill-M Clark Here’s a paper published by Hunter Archaeological Society about the Castle in the 18/19th Century. Written by Michael Clark for his final year dissertation, it won the Hunter annual prize in 2019. Thanks to Ruth Morgan and the Hunter for this great read! Cover picture courtesy

Media interest in the future of the Castle site

Chair Martin Gorman and Committee member Ruth Morgan, recently took Telegraph Editor Ellen Beardmore round the Castle site and into the ruins Chamber. Here’s the link to the article….