2 Lumford Cottages
Travel Blogs from Bakewell
... of last-minute shopping after work and then head to West Street with the aim of finding a decent pub. This turns out to be a tall order, as my definition of "decent" seems not to coincide with that of the current student population. I'd be happiest in a working man's club (if they let me in) and all I find is neon, high bar stools and colourful decor. So I end up in Nirmal, a curry house that first opened its doors in 1981. The owner, a ...
... centre has been gentrified beyond repair, Hillsborough is more like the Sheffield I remember from the early to mid 90s.
I make my way to the indoor shopping centre for lunch, where I find a fantastic, old-fashioned greasy spoon caff called Shoppers Rest, which probably hasn't updated its menu since the 1970s. My southern/Swenglish accent makes me stick out like a sore thumb here but the staff are friendly ...
... strong biner. The 30kN Boa is the – yes, and you’ve guessed it – ‘Grandaddy’’ of lockers'.
It has impressive gate closed strength and is robust enough to cope with the toughest of rigging scenarios. And yet, because it has an I-Beam construction, it is still impressively light.
... br> Stem ends bend in every direction, easy to wear and good hold when worn with helmet, beanie or simply
Lateral protection against harsh sunlight
Maximum protection in extreme conditions against harsh sunlight
Rapid activation: the lenses darken quickly to category 4
... We try to get in to have a look at the paternoster lift but the building is closed for the weekend. Instead, we crash the Student Union, which is considerably tarted up, especially the union bar, still known as Bar One. I'm glad that they're putting money into the old place but does it have to be so yuppified? I suppose this is all part of the transformation of Sheffield from steel city to knowledge city that's been going on ...