21 things to do in Sheffield in 2021

Support Local!
There was a huge initiative before Christmas to bin off Amazon and support our local independents through what will be the toughest period of of their existence. After some new vintage garms? Head to Freshmans Vintage just off Division Street. Fancy sinking a few beers this weekend? Two Thirds, Beer Central and Kelham Brewery are just some of our MANY beer retailers still trading online and in-person.

Visit Our Cow Molly
Located in the small village of Dungworth, just outside of the Peak District, Our Cow Molly’s farm is a proper hidden gem here. The public are welcome up to the farm for an ice cream in the farm’s parlour, or to sit on one of the benches outside and enjoy the beautiful view. If you’re lucky, you’ll be able to catch the farm’s cows and their calves stretching their legs.

A Toast To Sheffield

Quit Smoking
Offering a range of support, advice and encouragement, Smoke Free are there to help you pack in the cigs for good. You can head over to their website to learn more about the support they offer and to book an appointment.

Hot Yoga
The teachers at Hot Yoga Sheffield are ready to guide you through the movement of your body to find a sense of strength, comfort and peace. Open to all abilities they also offer classes in Dharma Yoga, Aerial Yoga and host a range of holistic therapists in their new location on Edgedale Road.

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The Buddhist Meditation Centre in Sheffield teaches two meditation practices to newcomers. Mindfulness of breathing offers periods of sitting quietly with attentive breathing, encouraging a focused mind – whilst a six week course introducing meditation and buddhism to beginners is perfect to help develop a better mind for the new you.

Volunteer at S6 Food Bank
Whether you’re donating your time, money or food, the S6 Foodbank will appreciate the help at this time of the year. January is one of the most busy times of the year for people seeking help with food parcels, and with 2020 likely to have had an affect on those who are vulnerable, the least we could do is try and help out as best we can.

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