The Waterstones in Sheffield is based in an open pedestrianised shopping centre and is set over two floors. It has a nice feel inside – modern, light and airy.
I bought a book here – Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls, which is a collection of stories by and about inspirational women. It’s gorgeous!
Sheffield was a bit of a revelation. We had only been to Meadowhall before our stay here, and the only thing we knew about the city apart from the famous Sheffield Steel was that the film The Full Monty was set there. It’s a great city and the area we stayed in which includes the Town Hall and Peace Gardens and also The Winter Garden is really lovely with lots of restaurants and bars and well worth a visit.
Currently reading: Cowboy Song: The Authorised Biography of Philip Lynott by Graeme Thomson
2 thoughts on “Sheffield – Saturday 15th July 2017”
Nice looking town hall.
To me Sheffield will always be synonymous with the Hillsborough disaster. RIP96 😦
I didn’t realise Hillsborough Stadium was in Sheffield – I thought it was a little way outside the city. I didn’t see any signs for it. Hillsborough was such a terrible tragedy. 😦