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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

Colouring Sheffield

Free

When you can't visit your favourite places, the next best thing is colouring them in!

We're sharing a selection of pages from our Colouring Sheffield book for you to download, print out, and scribble all over. There's puzzles, activities, and lots of city landmarks to colour in.

Take your pick from five Sheffield locations:

Sheffield Botanical Gardens

Mayfield Alpacas

Forge Dam

City centre

Weston Park

Happy colouring!

Take a snap of your pictures and share them with us through this Google submission form.

Or share using the hashtag #ColouringSheffield on Instagram or Twitter.

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