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Half Day Canoe Hire on the Picturesque River Wye from Hay-On-Wye
"Hay – Whitney Estimated time - half a dayHay to Whitney is a 5.25 mile paddle starting in the picturesque town of Hay-on-Wye. “Hay” often described as ""the town of books” is home to the famous literary festival. The Hay-Whitney paddle is a diverse and exciting stretch with an abundance of kingfishers otters sand martins herons and leaping salmon. If you’re going to canoe the Wye there’s no better a place to start!"
From GBP30.00
 
Guided Canoe Full-Day Tour Down the River Wye from Hay-On-Wye
"Make the most of your day on the river Wye with a guided canoe trip. Learn paddle skills local history and about the wildlife along the river. Gain a more bespoke experience and make the most out of your day on the River Wye. Your guide is a BCU Qualified Paddler and has a deep knowledge of the River Wye and surrounding area.""""Make the most of your day on the river Wye with a guided canoe trip. Learn paddle skills local history and about the wildlife along the river. Gain a more bespoke experience and make the most out of your day on the wye."title=Highlights&1=Guided+canoe+trip+on+the+Wye+River&2=Learn+some+new+paddling+skills+from+the+expert+paddler%2Fguide&3=Hear+about+the+history+of+the+area+from+the+guide&4=Small-group+trip+ensures+plenty+of+personalized+attention+from+the+guide""
From GBP80.00
 
Manchester City FC Behind-the-Scenes Tour of Etihad Stadium
"Head inside Etihad Stadium with your entrance ticket and start with a 20-minute self-guided walk through a series of interactive displays and exhibits. Designed to give you the background on Manchester City FC the exhibition space documents the city’s so-called ‘dream team’ throughout the decades from the club’s early days in the late 1800s to visions for the future.Meet your guide after browsing the exhibition and set out on your behind-the-scenes tour of the stadium to see the places where famous games have been won lost celebrated and commiserated. Visit the home dressing rooms
From GBP17.00

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The Crucible and Lyceum

The CrucibleThe Crucible is a 980-seat theatre was built in 1971 and holds the annual World Snooker Championships. The Crucible is known for its versatility and intimacy where audience members can see...
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Fagans

It had been a year or so since I'd last been in Fagans,something that had to be rectified! A few days earlier, I'd seen that local artist/musician Pete McKee had added to Sheffields 'Street Art' by...
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The Riverside Cafe Bar

Previously known as The Brown Cow, where it originally was a residential hotel, it became the Brown Cow pub, in the 1840's after the servants' quarters were turned into a beer cellar, and a licence to...
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The Bath

UPDATE - The Bath has now been taken over by the Thornbridge brewery, to mixed thoughts Click here for infoThe Bath is one of the few city centre pubs that hasn't been turned into a 'theme bar' or...
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Flynns - The Grapes

The Grapes used to be one of my watering holes during the late 70's/Mid 80's - Standing in the narrow corridor waiting to bag a seat in one of the two rooms opposite the bar (I never set foot in the...
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Leadmill

This is one of Sheffield's iconic night spots, a place which I used to frequent many a night during the 80's and 90's. It opened in 1980, and is now Sheffield's longest running live music venue and...
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Sheffield Tap

We visited Sheffield Tap for the first time one Saturday afternoon in June 2010.This small Real Ale pub is attached to Sheffield’s central railway station, accessible from platform number 1, and...
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O2 Academy

The building that houses the O2 academy has been a Sheffield landmark for decades. Recognised from Sheffield station, it was previously known as 'Roxys' - Roxy disco/night club, or Barry Noble's Roxy...
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Dog and Partridge

The Dog and Partridge was one of Sheffields long established Traditional Irish pubs (long before Irish Theme Bars were invented), where you could catch impromptu live music sessions, as well as hear...
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Kelham Island Tavern

The Kelham Island Tavern is a traditional pub that is noted for its friendly atmosphere and wide selection of Real Ales. It is located around the corner from the Kelham Island Brewery and Museum.The...
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The Showroom

The Showroom Cinema is one of the countries largest independent cinemas. Its four screens show a variety of films, many of these are not usually on view at the 'multi-plexes' The Showroom and...
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The Harlequin

The Harlequin is another of the gems of Sheffield's Real Ale 'trail'This hostelry began life around 1849 as the "Manchester & Lincolnshire Railway Hotel" - it was a short distance from the Wicker...
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The Hop

The Hop, is one of Sheffields newest pubs, located in the trendy West One Plaza. While many local pubs are closing each month, Real Ale pubs are flourishing in Sheffield.This is a bit different, in...
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Lyceum / the studio / the crucible

The Crucible theatre is known the world over as the venue for the World snooker championships. They take place every year and have helped to put Sheffield 'on the map'.The Crucible is in fact part of...
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Attercliffe Common Road, (formerly "Travel Inn"), Sheffield, S9 2LU, United Kingdom
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Worksop Road, Aston, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S26 2EE, United Kingdom
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119 Norfolk Street (formerly Macdonald St. Paul's Hotel), Sheffield, South Yorkshire S1 2JE, UK
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Sheffield Road, Meadowhall, Sheffield, S9 2YL, United Kingdom
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Angel Street / Bank Street Corner, Sheffield, S3 8LN, United Kingdom
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Leopold Street 2, Leopold Square, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S1 2JG, United Kingdom
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Top Things to Do in Sheffield

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Meadowhall Shopping Centre

All major UK cities have seemingly sprouted a major shopping centre in the last couple of decades. With plenty of spare land available following the collapse of the industrial base of Sheffield in the...
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Cholera Monument

The Cholera Monument is a memorial in Sheffield, to the victims of a cholera epidemic of 1832. 402 victims of the disease were buried in grounds between Park Hill and Norfolk Park adjoining Clay Wood....
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Peace Gardens

This public space is adjacent to Sheffield Town Hall and not far from the Winter Garden and Millennium Galleries and were part of Sheffield's econominc and cultural regeneration. The Peace Gardens...
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Winter Garden

This is a wonderful place. A gigantic, architect designed greenhouse, right in the city centre. The plants are wonderful, and clearly the locals enjoy just sitting around to chill out. A cafe at...
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City Hall

Sheffield City Hall was designed by E. Vincent Harris, a municipal architect, who designed the building in a classical revival as noted with the columns at the entrance. It took three years to build...
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Matlock Bath

Plenty of places to eat here ranging from fish and chips to pub meals to the odd restaurant or two.....the prices are ok, about average....the best place for fish and chips has to be in...
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