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Indie Trade

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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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.

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.

Early doors: The reopening of pubs

As pubs in Sheffield start to re-open, The Rutland Arms and Early Bar share their experiences of rising to the challenge of serving customers whilst maintaining social distancing.

Five of Sheffield's finest

As lockdown eases, let's show our independents the love they deserve. Here are five places in Sheffield to check out as we step out into the world.

Pickled Pear: From concept to cafe

Grace is the bubbly, enthusiastic young owner of one of the region's newest independent cafes. The Pickled Pear has just launched in the h…