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A sepia monochrome photo of a large crowd of adults and young people who are sat and stood on the hillside next to a large wooden pole. A sepia monochrome photo of a large crowd of adults and young people who are sat and stood on the hillside next to a large wooden pole.

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Spirit of Kinder

Continuing Display

Weston Park Museum

A third of the City of Sheffield is within the boundaries of the Peak District National Park. Inspired by that beautiful scenery and fresh air, generations of Sheffielders have campaigned for greater access to the city's glorious 'Golden Frame'.

 

Discover their story in this small display in the Sheffield Life and Times gallery.

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Tue–Sat 10am–5pm | Sun 11am–4pm

Sheffield Stories: Caribbean Footsteps & Picturing Sheffield will be closed on Fri 21 June and Sat 20 Jul for events

Weston Park Museum

Western Bank

Sheffield

S10 2TP

A sepia monochrome photo of a large crowd of adults and young people who are sat and stood on the hillside next to a large wooden pole.

The Ramblers Rally in Winnats Pass, June 29, 1930

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