Expect famous trails, legendary nights out, bouldering in the park and brilliant street food. Expect a few surprises too.
We’ll guide you through some of the best ways to run, ride, hike, climb and tackle the local landscape. And we’ll give you some tips on where to stay, eat and drink.
Our three theatres belong to this brilliant city. So, if it’s a great night out you’re after, or a chance to tread the boards and become part of making magic, you’ve found just the place.
Cofounders Ben Sebborn and Richard Dyer started Skiddle in 2001 initially as a what’s on guide, out of frustration for there not being enough online information for the events they love. Both gig promoters and big ravers, their passion for music events in the north of England and beyond formed the business’ bedrock, quickly expanding across the UK and further a field.
Known the world over as a Steel City, Sheffield was famed for its industry in the heyday of the 1900s and remains a city of innovation to this day. However the smoking chimney stacks are no more and instead you’ll find a green, modern cityscape set against the stunning backdrop of the Peak District National Park.
The Peak District National Park is a great venue for a wide range of learning opportunities, both formal and informal. In this section you will find information about our learning and discovery team, self-led activities and background information about the Peak District. We also publish our latest news stories here.
We are situated in the beautiful rural estate village of Wentworth in South Yorkshire, home to Wentworth Woodhouse, the historic seat of the Fitzwilliam family, which with its 600ft frontage is the largest of any house in England and is truly South Yorkshire’s best kept secret.
The Yorkshire Food Guide is a trusted online guide to getting the best out of Yorkshire’s dining destinations. Co-founded by husband and wife team Jonathan and Tara Harris, they used their skills and expertise from a previous background in hospitality to create this unique online foodie hub. They saw a gap in the market to only promote the best in the business all under one umbrella, to inspire foodies on where to eat across the region.