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Independent businesses bring knowledge, passion and uniqueness to Sheffield. Features and write-ups with the underlying belief that every time you spend money, you're casting a vote for the kind of city you want to live in.

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Mow's Coffee

One for the coffee lovers! Expertly-curated speciality menu comes to city centre venue with social distancing and takeaway available to see you through the new lockdown restrictions.

Muna Mcadie Balanced Grace with Muna Mcadie

Sound baths have grown in popularity in recent times, offering practitioners the opportunity to indulge in deep relaxation and enjoy the restorative benefits of sound. Muna Mcadie has begun hosting socially distanced sound bath sessions and everyone is welcome.

Make Yourself at Home, Sheffield

Stories of recovery, resilience and renewal can give us a new sense of shared purpose and agency, says Opus and Now Then co-founder James Lock.

The Mowbray: Interview with Sally Hubbard

2020 has been a devastating year for the events and dining industries, but perseverance and creativity have seen The Mowbray weather the storm and live to tell the tale.

Food Works Sharrow opens doors

A new ‘food hub’, providing residents with surplus and hyper-locally sourced food, opens at Sharrow Community Forum today.

Tales from the Frontline: Esther Hyde

Local musician turned key worker Esther Hyde discusses adapting to the new normal and helping the Sheffield community in her role as a member of wholefood co-operative Beanies.