Wednesday, 6 September 2017


As I mentioned in Part 1, my recent trip to Sheffield involved a little walking tour. It was really nice to have a walk around and burn off a little of my yummy breakfast whilst enjoying the warm weather. Below are the places we visited and I highly recommend them if you're planning a trip to Sheffield soon...

All their products are made with the highest standards in mind, by independent makers using eco & environmentally materials, being as kind to the planet as possible. Many of the products that they stock are made in the UK by experienced and emerging designers. Some of their makers are just starting out with their business or are still at university. They have passion for the creative sector, whether that be making scissors since 1902 or craving wooden knifes from reclaimed wood in Scotland. They know all their makers and suppliers by name and love to hear their stories of growth and success. If you can't visit the store, you can buy online!

LOCATION:  89 Division St, Sheffield S1 4GE.


The Cathedral Church of St Peter and St Paul, Sheffield, usually called simply Sheffield Cathedral, is the cathedral church for the Church of England diocese of Sheffield, England. Originally a parish church, it was elevated to cathedral status when the diocese was created in 1914. Sheffield Cathedral is one of five Grade I listed buildings in the city, along with Town HallAbbeydale Industrial Hamlet, and the parish churches at Ecclesfield and Bradfield. It is located in the city centre on Church Street and served by Sheffield Supertram's Cathedral stop. It is one of three stops to be served by all tram lines.

LOCATION: Church St, Sheffield S1 1HA


Cow is an affordable vintage clothing and accessories retailer, selling handpicked items that are sourced from around the world. They are currently situated in five cities: Manchester, Sheffield, Liverpool, Birmingham and Nottingham each offering a unique vintage shopping experience. Can't get to their store? Worry not, you can buy online! They offer the same range of one-off vintage products as well as handmade and altered Rework by their own Rework team. 

LOCATION: 156-160 West St, Sheffield S1 4ES

So there is it, my little trip to Sheffield with Mercure! Thanks for having me! 

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