City Centre

Fun Fact
The trams you see on the streets today have actually only been running since 1994, however the city had had a tram system since 1870! The electric trams of the 1890s used to run in different areas of the city, including right in front of the HUBS on Paternoster Row!


Fun Fact
Highfield is the old stomping ground of Olympic Athlete, Jessica Ennis-Hill as it was where she grew up as a child!

Hunter's bar

Fun Fact
Hunter's bar is named after the toll bar at the end of Eccelsall Road which was active until the late 1800s! For those interested in the area, why not check out the Hunter's Bar webpage!


Fun Fact
Sharrow is a developed residential zone built over the old back-to-back terraced houses, and used to be part of 'Little Sheffield' in the 1800s!

Sharrow Vale

Fun Fact
Sharrow Vale Road is nicknamed the 'foodie mile' for it's wide range of restaurants and eateries!

Student Stories: Coping with Disability and Discovering Sexuality
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The struggles of coping with disability and discovering sexuality

Student Parents: Get out more!
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Top things to do with your kids if you're a student parent

Your top 10 Sheffield facts
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Welcome to Sheffield: Top 10 facts about your new city

No taxi cash? No problem!

Short of cash on a night out and need a taxi? We've got you covered!

Augar Report: The Basics
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Your quickfire guide to the planned changes to student funding.


Fun Fact
The very first photo taken in the whole of Sheffield was taken at a home on Hanover Street, Broomhall in 1852!