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Welcome to the moblog (mobile blog) for the Sheffield Heritage Open Days.

Sheffield Heritage Open Days is a celebration of Sheffield's architecture and culture. You can get free access to interesting properties that are either not usually open, or would normally charge an entrance fee. Organised by volunteers for local people, Sheffield Heritage Open Days is a unique opportunity to explore and enjoy these sometimes hidden, often curious and always interesting places you can find in Sheffield.

Each year I visit as many Sheffield HODS locations as possible, and send in words and pictures along the way. Hope you enjoy the result!

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Sheffield Town Hall

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13th Sep 2009, 13:22   comments (0)

Sheffield General Cemetery

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Between 1836 and 1978 over 87000 people were buried in the SGC. It contains
9 listed structures, including the gatehouse shown here.
13th Sep 2009, 12:49   comments (0)

Abbeydale Picture House

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13th Sep 2009, 12:21   comments (3)

The Great Parlour, Bishops House, Sheffield

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The room is furnished in a 1620s style.

Valerie the house keeper stands in the Great Parlour.
13th Sep 2009, 12:06   comments (1)

Bishops House, Sheffield II

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13th Sep 2009, 12:05   comments (0)

Bishops House, Sheffield

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13th Sep 2009, 12:05   comments (1)

Dell & Harry at the BBQ

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12th Sep 2009, 19:31   comments (0)

The Shakespeare

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A cracking boozer with loads of history and a fine landlord & staff.
12th Sep 2009, 19:31   comments (0)