Sheffield Heritage Open Days

From 10-13 September, thousands of volunteers across the country invite you to experience local history, architecture and culture. The listings are now live but do keep checking as thousands more will be added in the run up to the festival weekend (as well as any amendments and cancellations). What will you discover?

And remember, everything is FREE to explore!

Christ Church Pitsmoor and Vicarage 257 Pitsmoor Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S3 9AQ.

Christ Church is a fine early Victorian town church built in 1851. We will be displaying birth and marriage registers from the church's history. We also have a large WWI memorial with over 300 local names on it.

Many Sheffield families have Pitsmoor connections and we will welcome visitors looking into their family history. There will also be a rare chance to see around the Georgian vicarage.

Event not suitable for children under the age of 1.

Opening Times Saturday 12 September: 1400-1700

No booking required. Organised by Christ Church.

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St Cuthberts Church , Barnsley Road, Fir Vale, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S5

Admire the history of church and wonderful stained glass windows.

Opening Times Saturday 12 September: 1000-1600. The Bishop of Durham will be doing a talk on St Cuthbert at 11am.

Booking Details: No booking required.

Access: Parking spaces are few due to hospital being over the road.

Organised by St Cuthberts Church.

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For more information about local Heritage Open Days go to:

Christ Church Open Day
2:00pm to 5:00pm Saturday 12 September 2015
St Cuthbert's Open Day
10:00am to 4:00pm Saturday 12 September 2015

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