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  1. All my cardboard was all over the pavement - not much point in the blue box
  2. What about people in terraces? We currently have four households' worth of bins cluttering up the alley between the four houses and an extra four big bins is just impossible!
  3. Got my ticket for next year. Tier 1 with VIP - £80 for 3 days of music. Can't wait!
  4. Went to the new gay bar on Friday night, can't say I was impressed. It was full of middle-aged white women on 'girls nights out' channelling their inner Carrie Bradshaw. Dempseys all the way
  5. We paid £25 to get to town after. 4 Surge! Anyway, just wanted to add my two penneth - I was one of the biggest moaners about the disruption it would cause. Well, it didn't at all! I invited a friend round on Friday to listen on the garden and we couldn't hear it! I had no problem parking at all and the incentives for collecting litter at the event were spot on. Well done all - roll on next year!
  6. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sheffield-peregrine-evening-tickets-46632662549
  7. https://www.travelsouthyorkshire.com/timetables/sheffield/357.htm It went along Penistone Road, up Netherthorpe Road and then on to Western Bank for me - guessing it goes to RHH after.
  8. It's just behind West Street, opposite The Diamond building.
  9. Sorry to revive an old thread. Caught this bus this morning (excellent service and not busy at all!) I paid £2 but I'm a member of University staff.. is it free with ID for staff? I can't find any information!
  10. "Town and city festivals happen a lot abroad but in the UK it's only just starting to happen. A lot of festivals, sadly, are put on for financial gain but Tramlines looks like it's really something to get the community together and I think that's fantastic." "It costs 24p per person in the city. When you think we're going to have a great urban Glastonbury and thousands of people can come free of charge and enjoy music, celebrate and have a great time… it's money well spent and Sheffield does benefit. "There's the national exposure, fun on the streets, a feeling of friendliness... It gives a great buzz to the city, gets us recognised internationally and allows talented local people to showcase what they're made of." http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/sheffield/hi/people_and_places/arts_and_culture/newsid_8848000/8848813.stm
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