Sheffield Heritage Fair

When
Sunday 19 January 2020 11:00am - 4:00pm
Price
Free, Just turn up
How to book
No need to book, just drop in
Where
Millennium Gallery
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Carbrook Hall, c17th home of the Bright family where the siege of Sheffield Castle was probably planned. Contains ornate oak panelling, plastered ceilings, decorative fireplaces and original stone kitchen features. Picture by kind permission of the Sheffield Star

Join us for a celebration of Sheffield’s rich history, as we showcase the work of key heritage groups from around the city in a weekend-long fair at the Millennium Gallery.

Sheffield's heritage reaches far wider than just the industrial revolution, and knowledge of it is being added to all the time. Recent research has shone new light on the early frontier of Roman Britain, Sheffield's lost castle, the city's stance against the slave trade, the fight for female emancipation, and Sheffield's 'Little Mesters'.

Take the opportunity to chat with local heritage groups and learn from history advocates who care for, promote and pass on our local heritage to future generations of the 'biggest village', Sheffield.

This event is being organised by well-known Sheffield character, author, and provider of Sheffield-based historical walks and talks, Ron Clayton, and historian and speaker, David Templeman.  

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When
Sunday 19 January 2020 11:00am - 4:00pm
Price
Free, Just turn up
How to book
No need to book, just drop in
Where
Millennium Gallery
Join & Support Us | Find out more about how you can get involved