South Yorskshire to move into ‘Tier 3’ as Covid-19 cases continue to rise.

It has been announced this morning that South Yorkshire, including Sheffield, Doncaster, Barnsley and Rotherham, will move into Tier-3 restrictions this Saturday.  From midnight on 24th October, South Yorkshire residents will have to adhere to the highest level of restrictions. Bars, pubs and restaurants will be closed, unless they serve a full menu of food.Continue reading “South Yorskshire to move into ‘Tier 3’ as Covid-19 cases continue to rise.”

Three Tier Lockdown: What it means for Sheffield

The highly anticipated announcement of the three tier system across England has been confirmed in a statement made today by Boris Johnson. Though there has been debate around which tier would include Sheffield, which has the seventh highest infection rate in England, Mayor of the Sheffield City Region, Dan Jarvis, has confirmed that Sheffield willContinue reading “Three Tier Lockdown: What it means for Sheffield”

Line-up Announced For New Sheffield Festival.

This year has seen live music and the arts devastated by Coronavirus; with events cancelled and venues struggling to stay afloat, it’s safe to say that Sheffield’s live music scene has really taken a hit this year. However, there’s hope on the horizon. Futuresound and Somewhere Events have teamed up to bring food, drink andContinue reading “Line-up Announced For New Sheffield Festival.”

Bringing a Taste of Sri Lanka to Sheffield

The UK’s street food industry is bigger than ever, now estimated to be worth well over £1bn. In Sheffield we’ve seen the likes of the Cutlery Works, Kommune and Peddler Market popping up and championing local, independent food and drink entrepreneurs. We spoke exclusively to the man behind Sheffield’s latest pop up food stall, DonContinue reading “Bringing a Taste of Sri Lanka to Sheffield”

COVID Spike In Sheffield Schools: Should we be worried?

Since schools across the country began reopening over the last couple of weeks, we’ve seen outbreaks in a number of primary and secondary schools across Sheffield and South Yorkshire. For many people, this has been alarming, with some fearing this marks the beginning of a second wave. The question is, are these outbreaks the resultContinue reading “COVID Spike In Sheffield Schools: Should we be worried?”