A labyrinthine place filled with everything from railway signage ad garden paraphernalia to taxidermy and 1940s debutant frocks.
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What does Sheffield mean to you?
Green, warmth (temperament not climate), culture, character.
What’s your favourite Sheffield place?
Does the Peak District count as a Sheffield place? It’s the best back garden a city could have.
What would you do to improve the city?
I would dig up the ring road, fill it with water and make it into a canal, turning the tyranny of traffic into a picturesque waterway – Yorkshire’s answer to Venice. More realistically, I’d ban banal new-builds in favour of the refurbishment of Sheffield’s most architecturally pleasing derelict buildings.
The ideal place to ogle classic mid-century British and Scandinavian furniture.
The writer, artist and artistic director has some amazing ideas on how to improve the city.
Fast and ferociously tasty Mexican food. The cantina will sort you out for burritos, nachos, churros, and bottles of luminous Jarritos.