Sheffield’s radical history

Sheffield’s radical history ‘Drive Bigots from the Judgement Seat’: Radical Politics and Sheffield’s Old Town Hall, 1832 – 1843 In 1824, the poet and writer John Holland published a study titled The Picture of Sheffield. The work is an extensive catalogue of the town’s history and geography, detailing local notables and resident clergymen, streets, churches,…

Open Meeting & AGM 28th March

Open Meeting Details Date: Thursday, 28th March 2019 Time: 7pm – 9pm Venue: The Gardeners Rest 105 Neepsend Lane, S3 8AT Sheffield All supporters are welcome to an open meeting on the future of the Old Town Hall in the light of its recent purchase by a new private owner. We invite the new owner…

Online Petition

Petition – When it’s Gone it’s Gone Sheffield’s former Town Hall and Courthouse is a beautiful historic Grade II listed Victorian building located in the city’s ancient Castlegate area. It served as the Town Hall and later as the Law Courts for nearly 200 years and has played a unique and significant role in Sheffield’s…

Sheffield Heritage Fair 2019

Sheffield Heritage Fair Friends of the Old Town Hall were at the Heritage Fair held in the Millenium Galleries last weekend and were much encouraged by the support they received from visitors at the event. It was a very busy weekend with many of Sheffield’s heritage groups being represented. There was much interest in our…