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The First Taste of Freedom: How residents are enjoying the outdoors as restrictions ease

On Monday 29th March, the country saw the relaxation of some of the restrictions that we have been living under since the beginning of January. You can now meet others outdoors in groups of up to six people or two households, including in private gardens, outdoor sports facilities have reopened and larger groups can takeContinue reading “The First Taste of Freedom: How residents are enjoying the outdoors as restrictions ease”

Spray Painting Sheffield: Sheffield’s Street Art Trail.

At this point in lockdown, you’re probably dreading what seems like your 700th walk around the park. Of course, Sheffield is blessed with over 250 parks but if you fancy something a bit different, the Sheffield Street Art Trail could be for you. Provided by Our Favourite Places, the Street Art Trail includes 10 ofContinue reading “Spray Painting Sheffield: Sheffield’s Street Art Trail.”

Well Beings: A Student Mental Health Guide

Space to Breathe is a Sheffield-based social enterprise which helps people to improve their mental health and wellbeing. They offer a variety of services and resources on their website, ranging from free PDFs and meditation videos, to wellbeing boxes and resource packs. Earlier this year, Space to Breathe partnered with the Student Christian Movement toContinue reading “Well Beings: A Student Mental Health Guide”

Sheffield’s Best Places for Vintage Shopping and the Importance of Shopping Sustainably

The fast fashion industry leaves behind a huge environmental footprint; according to Oxfam it is the third biggest reason for climate change. This, combined with the aesthetic of vintage clothing becoming increasingly popular, is encouraging more people to shop sustainably. Fast fashion has ensured the cost of clothing is kept low but this comes atContinue reading “Sheffield’s Best Places for Vintage Shopping and the Importance of Shopping Sustainably”

Student mental health in Sheffield declines as Coronavirus cases rise.

Sheffield Hallam Student Support services such as Hallam Help, wellbeing and personal guidance advisors have been in high demand. And with an increase in cases and people having to self- isolate, and uncertainty regarding new restrictions and measures in the place to contain coronavirus, it’s no wonder.    The week commencing 5th October saw overContinue reading “Student mental health in Sheffield declines as Coronavirus cases rise.”

‘Fresher’s will be Freshers’, Sheffield student reflects on her first year at SHU

This year’s freshers are to be welcomed to university after a summer of academic stress and uncertainty. Young people up and down the country lost their first choice university place due to the government’s reckless approach to results day. Eventually the government were defeated as individuals fought against the faulty algorithm, forcing a U-turn and givingContinue reading “‘Fresher’s will be Freshers’, Sheffield student reflects on her first year at SHU”

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