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

We’re making some changes at Our Favourite Places, and we want to learn more about you – our audience.

Since launching the OFP website in 2014, we’ve aimed to provide a platform for Sheffield’s arts and culture community and to encourage people to visit or engage with the city. We’ve also created opportunities for people to connect with the city in creative ways, through Photomarathon Sheffield and the Sheffield Modern Architecture Weekender.

We want to build on these projects to contribute to a more engaging, accessible and representative arts and culture sector in the city. So with support from Arts Council England, we’re now putting some extra time into figuring out our path forward.

Taking a few minutes to share your thoughts in this survey will be a big help to us, as we reflect on what we’ve done so far, what we could do better and how we grow in the future.

As a thank you for taking part, you can choose to be entered into a draw to win a £40 gift token for independent bookshop La Biblioteka and an OFP goody bag.

Take part in the survey

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