Sheffield on Twitter – September 2012 update

Below you can find the latest additions to the list of Sheffield people and organisations of interest on Twitter.

A directory can be found on the Sheffield Twitter users page. As this page is getting a bit unwieldy, I’m not currently adding to it. Instead I’ll link back to each monthly update page.

We’re now into our fourth list of people and organisations in Sheffield in Twitter. There is also the first, second and third which each contain 500 accounts.

Mrs Shah’s Curry Mix
@MrsShahCurry

Marketing Sheffield
@MarketingSheff

FunMeFit community health/fitness/sports website
@FunMeFit

True Gents exhibitions in ex-public toilets
@true__gents

Champs
@ChampsSheff

Vintage Coffee Co
@Vintagecoffeeco

Festival of the Mind
@FestivalMind

Ennis’s Gold Postbox
@ennispostbox

Danuta Reah writer
@DanutaJR

Kelham Island Brewery
@KelhamBrewery

Sheffield Street Art
@SheffStreetArt

Graze Inn, Eccy Road
@GrazeInnSheff

Sheffield Tigers RUFC
@SheffTigersRUFC

Sheffield Beer Festival 38
@SheffBeerFest38

Real Ale Trails
@realaletrails

The Dram Shop
@TheDramShopUK

Sheffield Whisky Society
@WhiskySheffield

Relish restaurant
@RelishSheffield

Antiques quarter
@antiquesquarter

East and West
@EastnWestSheff

Electronic Supper Club
@eSupperClub

Sharrow Reels
@SharrowReels

Sheffield University Amnesty group
@amnestyshefuni

Fusion cafe
@fusioncafesheff

Nosh Sheffield
@NoshSheff

Sheffield Eagles community department
@EaglesCommDev

Yorkshire Enterprise Club
@YorksEntClub

Asian Chic Magazine
@AsianChicMag

Noodle Inn Centro
@NoodleInnCentro

Made North conference/gallery/network
@MADENORTH

Sheffield University Ceilidh Society
@ceilidhsoc

Motore Cafe
@MotoreCafe

Sheffield Sabres
@SheffieldSabres

NCWA wrestling school
@ncwauk

Golden Spirits fashion show
@GoldenSpirits1

Liberty Foods
@libertyfoods17

Jive Juice
@jive_juice

Call & Response bird-themed haiku
@Callhaiku

Politics Society Sheffield
@PolSocSheffield

Sheffield Hallam Salsa Society
@SHUSalsa

Steel Opera
@SteelOpera

Working Woman Magazine
@WorkingWomanUK

Toni Minichiello, Jessica Ennis’s coach
@Coach_Toni

Hood Food Project
@HoodFoodProject

Young Peculiar band
@YoungPeculiar

Magpie Markets
@magpie_markets

Shakedown, Fridays at DQ
@shakedownDQ

Approved Food clearance food and drink
@ApprovedFood

Sheffield Predators American football team
@sheffpreds

The Cotton Club
@TheCC_Sheffield

Sheffield Girl Let
@sheffgirlltd

Bishop’s Bistro
@bishopsbistro

No Clothing
@NoClothingUK

Double no-no
@Double_NoNo

Laundry Point
@Laundry_point

St Chad’s magazine
@StChadsImpact

Dicks Board Store
@Dicksboardstore

Ardent Media
@ardent_media_uk

Oxo UK
@oxo_uk

Surefit Carpets
@SFSheffield

Shopmobility Sheffield
@Shopmobsheff

Thou Art tattoo
@thouarttattoo1

Let’s Get Stoned handcrafted footwear
@_letsgetstoned_

nouriSH me now sports recovery drink
@nouriSH_me_now

Rexpo renewable opportunities sector
@RexpoUK

Kemps Bakery, Eckington
@Kempsbakery

Sheffield on Twitter – July 2012 update

Below you can find the latest additions to the list of Sheffield people and organisations of interest on Twitter.

A directory can be found on the Sheffield Twitter users page. As this page is getting a bit unwieldy, I’m not currently adding to it. Instead I’ll link back to each monthly update page.

We’re now into our fourth list of people and organisations in Sheffield in Twitter. There is also the first, second and third which each contain 500 accounts.

Sheffield Pop Weekender
@sheffpopweekend

Abbeydale Brewery
@AbbeydaleBeers

No Frills Food blog
@nofrillsfood1

Toast, West Street
@weststreettoast

Frog & Parrot pub
@FrogandParrot

Devonshire Quarter
@DevQuarter

Kabal
@Kabal_Sheffeel

Overheard Sheffield
@O_Heard

University Arms
@UniversityArms

Rossi’s
@rossissheffield

Northern Sessions
@northernsesh

Knife and Folk creative collective
@Knife_andFolk

Noise Heat Power
@noiseheatpower

Mind shop, Devonshire Street
@DevStMind

Broomhill Festival
@BroomFest

Little Mesters Kelham Island Museum cafe
@LittleMesters1

Sheffield 101010
@Sheffield101010

HMV Sheffield
@HMVSheffHighSt

Tower Block Metal
@towerblockmetal

Give Over Etsy shop
@Give_Over

Signals
@Signals_Sheff

Steel City Riders guided tours
@steelcityriders

In Touch Care training
@intouchcare

Willingness training
@willingnessorg

Olio Strutt
@OlioStrutt

Origin Broadband
@OriginBroadband

Sheffield Hallam student jobs
@SHUStudentJobs

Twamlinws
@Twamlines

23 bar and restaurant
@23bar

Three charities mountain bike challenge
@TTCMBC

Structural Interiors
@SILwork

Sheffield Eats
@sheffield_eats

Nosh Networking
@NoshNet

Firesuite band
@firesuiteband

Rutland Weddings
@GetWedBelles

Skills Logic
@SkillsLogic

Under the Stars nightclub
https://twitter.com/Starsaremusical

Weston Park wine bar – Tramlines
@WestonWineBar

Semi Detached events
@semi_detached

Steel Events
@STEEL_EVENTS

Sheffield Cancer Mafia
@shefcancermafia

Sheffield job centres
@Sheffield4Jobs

Startup Club
@StartupClubSHF

Remade in Sheffield research project
@ReMadeSheffield

Griffin Theatre Arts
@GriffinTheatreA

Illingworth Library at the Children’s
@IllingworthInfo

Banner Cross retailers
@BannerCross

Precision Locksmiths
@Pre_Locksmiths

301 Creative
@301creative

Cindy Design
@CCH_design

Carlton Social FC
@CarltonSocialFC

Phoenix Catering
@PhoenixCaterin1

Sheffield University Mechsoc
@mechsoc

Music in the Gardens
@MusicitGardens

Detonate club/promoters
@DetonateUK

Otteno commercial property agents
@otteno

SIC independent label
@wearesic

Sheffield University Women’s Cricket
@SUWCC1

Sheffield University Rowing Club
@ShefUniRowing

FURD youth and anti-racism social inclusion project
@FURDday

Spoon Family Bistro
@spoonbistro

Sheffield Moors Partnership
@Sheffield_Moors

Sheffield News Now
@shffieldnewsnow

Little Miss Hungry food blogger
@LilMissHungry

The Seven Wonders
@WondersSeven

Bloo 88
@bloo88sheffield

Spongealicious Bakery
@Spongealiciousb

LEP Fitness
@LEPfitness

La Vava
@LaVacaSheffield

David Dunn, Sheffield Star journalist
@TheStarEnts

Shakeaway Milkshakes
@ShakeAwayMead

Premiere People
@PremSheffield

Lindsey’s Cards
@lyndseyscards

English Consultancy
@Lang_for_Life

Sheffield University Politics
@ShefUniPolitics

The Ball, Crookes
@ballcrookes

St Marks Broomhill
@StMarksShef

New Inn Norton
@NewInnNorton

Sheffield Sound
@SheffieldSound

Teatime Vintage – crockery and linen hire
@Teatime_Vintage

Valley Leisure
@SheffieldEnts

A to B Courier
@atobsheffield

Artists in the Making
@ArtistsInthe

ScHARR
@ScHARRSheffield

Time In Time Out
@timeintimeout1

Itchy Sheffield
@Itchy_Sheffield

Zero Budget Film Festival
@zerobudgetfest

Arches Housing
@ArchesHousing

Captured Moments photography
@photogirljennie

Pokemon society
@PokemonSocSU

Away Owls
@AWAY_OWLS

Perfectly Dressed
@perfectlydressd

Tramlines AV zone
@TramlinesAVZONE

Razorblade Mermaid
@RazorMermaid

.net Sheffield
@dotnetsheff

Longbarrow Press poetry
@LongbarrowPress

SIA Gallery
@SIAgallery

NHSF Sheffield
@NHSFSheffield

Pop up pudding club
@poppuddingclub

Ego
@egosurreystreet

Noodle Inn, London Road
@Noodle_Inn

TM Travel
@tmtravellive

The Cafeteria design agency
@thecafeteria

Guns and lives take lives campaign
@GAKTL

Beg, Borrow, Steal late bar
@BegBorrow_Steal

Heason Events
@HeasonEvents

Sheffield University Careers Service
@ShefUniEmployer

Sheffield SAVE
@sheffieldsave

Springs Leisure Centre
@SpringsLC

MyPartyVenue
@mypartyvenueuk

The Twin Bears band
@thetwinbears

Paul Evans contemporary artist
@Origin010

Forge Press Games
@ForgePressGames

Sheffield 24 hour magazine
@Sheffield24hour

Amazing Cape Cafe
@AmazingCapeThea

Wizzy Design
@wizzysheffield

Wortley Hall
@WortleyHall

Cellar Door
@CellarDoorSheff

SHU Band Society
@SHU_Band

Sheffield Residential
@SheffResident

Alt.com.cab
@AltComCab

Smithereens band
@smithereensband

Food by Firefly outside caterers
@FoodByFirefly

Sheffield on Twitter – May 2012 update

Below you can find the latest additions to the list of Sheffield people and organisations of interest on Twitter.

A directory can be found on the Sheffield Twitter users page. As this page is getting a bit unwieldy, I’m not currently adding to it. Instead I’ll link back to each monthly update page.

We’re now into our fourth list of people and organisations in Sheffield in Twitter. There is also the first, second and third which each contain 500 accounts.

Dam House
@DamHouseSheff

Gusto Sheffield
@GustoSheffield

The Viper Rooms
@Viper_Rooms

The Red Deer
@reddeershef

Threads at DQ
@threadsDQ

Mud Crab Diner
@MudCrab_Sheff

Rivelin Valley Conservation Group
@rivelin_valley

Sheffield City Centre
@sheffcitycentre

The Green ‘Un
@StarGreenUn

The Millhouses pub
@TheMillhouses

Bath Hotel
@BeerInTheBath

The Red House
@SollyStreet

Five Pigeons Press
@5pigeonspress

Valleyside Garden Centre
@Valleyside_GC

Richard Smith, chef
@Smithychef

Crosspool WI
@crosspoolwi

Weston Park Cancer Charity
@WPCancerCharity

Hallam FC
@HallamFC1

Different Class events
@_differentclass

Hallamshire House, Commonside
@HallamshireHaus

We Live Here artist
@WeLiveHereUK

Martin & Co estate agent
@mac_sheffieldN

KSpace apartments
@KSpaceApartment

Sheffield University LGBT
@lgbtsheffield

Sheffield University Physics Society
@SheffieldPhysoc

Audacious Art Experiment record label
@SheffieldPhysoc

RB Building
@RBBuildingSheff

Broomheads’ Homemade
@BroomheadsHome

Snig Hill Gallery
@SnigHillGallery

STUDIO 557
@Studio557

Butterfly
@butterflysheff

SheffTV – music TV channel
@SheffTV

601 Boutique, West One
@6_0_1

Sheffield Bankers hockey club
@SheffBankersHC

Mode magazines
@MODEmagazines

Sheffield Unchained
@SheffUnchained

Institute of Science and Technology
@istonline

SHU Library
@shu_library

Firms marketing, web design and prnting
@FirmsOnline

Creative Spark photography exhibition
@SheffSpark

Peter and Paul design agency
@peter_and_paul

Central ward Labour party
@CentralWardShef

South Yorkshire Police Federation
https://twitter.com/SYPFederation

Corner Gallery
@thcornergallery

Endcliffe Playgroup
@EndcliffePlaygr

Bickerton Skoda
@BickertonSkoda

Sheffield City Region
@SheffCityRegion

Neighbourhood Live
@NeighbourhoodS1

Bessemer band
@Bessemerband

Sheffield City centre residents action group
@SCCRAG

Pete Jones enterprise academy
@pjea_sheffield

JC Marketing Events
@jc_marketevents

Positively Sheffield, supporting people affected by HIV
@PositivelySheff

Millhouses Works Cricket Club
@millhouseswkscc

Red Hot White band
@redhotwhite

Staying in Sheffield – University of Sheffield
@StayinginSheff

Hand of Sheffield
@HandOfSheffield

Inspiring Women
@4InspiringWomen

Party to Go
@partytogo1

ASSIST Sheffield
@ASSISTSheffield

Lobby Toffs hairdressing
@HairSheffield

Avid Farm Shop
@Avidorganics

Our Cow Molly Milk
@ourcowmollymilk

Minor Threat Recordings
@MinorThreatRecs

Bury the Past band
@BuryThePastUK

Sheffield Surgical Society
@SheffSurgSoc

Sheffield University History Society
@SHEFHSTSOC

Hytec Hydroponics
@HytecHydroponic

Hillsborough College Business
@BusHillsCol

English in Europe at the University of Sheffield
@EnglishInEurope

Discount Beds
@TheValueOfSleep

Unwind Yoga
@UnwindYMYoga

Property Shop
@PropertyShopEA

Sheffield Royal Society for the Blind
@SRSBCharity

La Tasca Meadowhall
@LaTascaMeadow

The Miniskips band
@theminiskips

Fluent Communication
@fluentcom

Diverse Magazine
@DiverseMag

Two Minutes
@Two_Minutes

War of the Monster Trucks Wednesday fanzine
@SheffWedWOTMT

Rileys, Sharrow Vale Road
@RileysSheffield

Little Green Pixels design
@LittleGreenPix

Holiday HQ
@HolidayHQ

Labour Broomhill
@LabourBroomhill

CLL Solicitors
@cllsolicitors

Jobs4Everyone
@Jobs4Everyone

We Were Here theatre company
@wewerehereboys

My Home Sheffield
@MyHomeSheffield

Tipping Point Music
@TippingPointRec

Split the Bills
@SplittheBills

Pixelpod design
@thepixelpod

SIV Fitness
@SIV_Fitness

66 Youth Club, Woodseats
@66YouthClub

Jubilee Food Bank
@JubileeFoodbank

South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service
@SYFireAuth

Sheffield College alumni
@Sheffcol_Alumni

Spa 1877
@Spa1877

Sheffield Country Market
@SheffCtryMkt

Sporting Statues project
@SportingStatues

Sheffield Tri Club
@SheffTriClub

Davy’s Sporting Club, Darnall
@club_ds

Sheffield ladies wot tek
@SheffLWT/followers

Electric Starlight
@ElecStarlight

The Beehive pub
@TheBeehiveSheff

Floral Magic Stocksbridge florist
@floralmagic1

Sheffield on Twitter – February 2012 update

Below you can find the latest additions to the list of Sheffield people and organisations of interest on Twitter.

A directory can be found on the Sheffield Twitter users page. As this page is getting a bit unwieldy, I’m not currently adding to it. Instead I’ll link back to each monthly update page.

We’re now into our fourth list of people and organisations in Sheffield in Twitter. There is also the first, second and third which each contain 500 accounts.

Ruskin’s Ghost, supporting Museums Sheffield
@Ruskins_Ghost

Appetite Sheffield
@AppetiteSheff

The Vault S7
@TheVaultS7

Mayfield Alpacas
@MayfieldAlpacas

Finger Industries animation and design
@Fingerindust

The Master Cutler Challenge
@TMC_Challenge

2 Men 1 Van
@2Men1Van

Nu agency
@nuagency

Mookat web solutions
@MookatWeb

Loxley Silver Band
@LoxleyBand

RU Sporty
@rusporti

Bang Tidy Tshirts
@bangtidyshirts

First Play Sheffield gaming group
@FirstPlaySheff

Doubletree Hilton
@DoubleTreeSheff

Big Young Entreprenurs Club
@BiGYEC

Leone Starr Designs
@leonestarr

Puzzled? music night
@wearepuzzled

Occursus
@occursus1

Skills For Chefs
@SkillsforChefs

Music at St John’s Ranmoor
@MusicStJohns

Sheffield International College
@SICSheffield

Secrets of the Boudoir Burlesque club night
@SotBB_Burlesque

Sheffield Plants
@sheffieldplants

Aesthetika medical clinic
@AESTHETiKA

SDL
@SDLSheffield

New York Owls
@NewYorkOwls

Woodseats Funhouse
@woodseatsfun

Two Tribes miner’s strike musical
@TT84_

Cargo – house and techno night
@CargoSheffield

Lush Sheffield
@LushSheffield

Sheffield Telegraph editor David Todd
@SheffTelEditor

Sheffield Telegraph journalist Lesley Draper
@LesleyDraper

Moors Creative
@moorscreative

Handsworth Boys FC
@handsworth

LP Record Store, Arundel Street
@garethelectric

Brighticon
@BrightIcon

Showcomotion
@Showcomotion

Lyric 2012 Festival
@Lyric_2012

Red Brick Cafe, Nichols Building
@redbrickscafe

Great Deeds band
@GreatDeedsBand

Hallam Union Elections
@HallamElections

Players Sheffield
@sheffplayers

Student Sport Magazine
@StudentSportMag

ABAE
@ABAEngland

Student Sport Magazine
@StudentSportMag

Team Talk Promotions
@TeamTalkPromoti

Kelham Riverside
@kelhamriverside

Evoke Creative
@evokecreative

Podium Performance at Centre for Sport and Exercise Science, Sheffield Hallam University
@podium_perf

Sheffield on Twitter – January 2012 update

Below you can find the latest additions to the list of Sheffield people and organisations of interest on Twitter.

A directory can be found on the Sheffield Twitter users page. As this page is getting a bit unwieldy, I’m not currently adding to it. Instead I’ll link back to each monthly update page.

We’re now into our fourth list of people and organisations in Sheffield in Twitter. There is also the first, second and third which each contain 500 accounts.

The Broadfield pub
@thebroadfield

Jessop Financial Planning
@jessopfp

Hash Brownies
@hashbrownies1

Ora Gallery, Sharrow Vale Road
@orasheffield

Brezza coffee house
@BrezzaSheffield

Ideology shop
@ideologyshop

Sheffield Community Network
@sheffcomnetwork

Pub Scrawl
@PUB_SCRAWL

Harland Cafe – John Street cafe
@harlandcafe

Sheffield Learning Community
@ShefLearnComm

White Willows Cafe
@WhiteWillowCafe

The Children’s Hospital Charity
@tchcharity

Food-i Sheffield
@foodisheffield

St Wilfrid’s Centre
@StWilfsCentre

D4 communications agency
@d4online

Lava Lounge
@Lavaloungesheff

Mechanical Engineering at Sheffield University
@SheffMechEng

Oxyfire film production
@oXyFireMedia

Third Sector Cafe networking event
@thirdsectorcafe

ECU Flash
@ECU_FLASH

Population Sheffield club night
@PopulationSU

Don Valley Stadium
@donvalleystad

Crookes Liberal Democrats
@CrookesLibDems

Kickstart Sheffield
£kickstart_sheff

Nikki Bond Nether Edge Labour candidate
@Nik4NetherEdge

ABAE Enbgland
@ABAEngland

Infictions band
@inFictions

Sheffield University Wind Orchestra
@SUWO_Sheffield

Revolucion de Cuba bar
@DeCubaSheffield

Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute at the University of Sheffield
@SPERIshefuni

Thornely Hill communications consultancy
@ThornelyHill

Hazelhurst CSA
@HazelhurstCSA

Hallam University club night
@RUMOUR_LGBT

Sheff News Sheffield news feed
@SheffNews

Voidcomp
@Voidcomp_

Dope and Mean Events
@DopeandMean

IPM Security
@IPMSecurity

When The Music Stops
@SingleSheffield

The Sheffield Jungle
@SheffieldJungle

Future Music
@future__music

Handsworth and Hallam Theatre Company
@HHTC_Sheff

ShefUniRevue – student comedy
@ShefUniRevue

East bank ultras Sheffield Wednesday supporters
@EASTBANKULTRAS

Aspire Sheffield
@AspireSheffield

The Star Business Monthly
@StarBizMonthly

J Woodward Building Services
@JwbsLtd

2012 Fundraiser
@2012Fundraiser

High Street Lawyer Sheffield
@HSLSheffield

Aspect 3 Student Apartments
@A3Sheffield

Candy Cane Escorts
@CandyCaneEscort

Sheffield Groundcare lawn mowers
@sheffieldground

Radio Coma
@radio_coma

Sheffield Glass
@SheffieldGlass

One Resource recruitment
@1resource

Reach stage school
@stage_school

Raven Events
@ravenents

Lisa Read life coach
@LisaReadCoach

Abbey Care Nursing
@Abbey_care

N_Tal Cleaning
@Ntalcleaning

Aspire Hair
@AspireHair

Charlotte Tyree from This is England 88
@tyreehairdo

New Barrack Tavern
@NewBarrack

Urban Pantry, Crookes
@UrbanPantryDeli

Hit Music Radio
@hitmusicradio

The Button PR company
@TheButtonPR

Club Stylez men’s clothing
@ClubstyleUk

Hydra Creative
@Hydra_Creative

Das Chip Shop
@DasChipShop

The Marshalls band
@The_Marshalls

Inova Consultancy
@InovaUK

Sydney Owls
@sydneyowls

MEC electrical contractors
@MECslatersgroup

Woodthorpe Development Trust
@Woodthorpe_DT

Sheffield LDC
@sheffieldldc

Fast Track Aquisitions
@FastTrackAcq

Square Kitchens
@SquareKitchens

Blend Sheffield – not-for-profit community food initiative
@blendsheffield

The Exchange – bringing speakers to Sheffield University union
@exchangesheff

Rice Bar, Meadowhall
@OfficialRiceBar

Sheffield student discounts
@Shefscounts

Sugarcane Marketing
@sugarcanem

Sheffbreaking – breaking news
@Sheffbreaking

Yourmii – designers
@YORMII

Pedal Nation cycle tours
@pedalnationuk

Breadcrumb Studio
@BreadcrumbWeb

Peak District walks
@peakwalkdays

Highway Child blues band
@Highway_Child

Banana Hill DJs/promoters
@banana_hill

Sheffield Centre for HIV
@CentreHIV

Steel City Striders running club
@SteelCtyStrider

Sheffiled Running Club
@sheffieldrc

Araneus T-shirts
https://twitter.com/AraneusTShirts

Sheffield on Twitter – November 2011 update

Below you can find the latest additions to the list of Sheffield people and organisations of interest on Twitter.

A directory can be found on the Sheffield Twitter users page. As this page is getting a bit unwieldy, I’m not currently adding to it. Instead I’ll link back to each monthly update page.

We’re now into our fourth list of people and organisations in Sheffield in Twitter. There is also the first, second and third which each contain 500 accounts.

Binghams potted meat
@Binghams_Spread

Seven Hills bakery
@7hillsbakery

Shakespeares pub
@ShakespearesShf

Occupy Sheffield
@occupysheffield

Dada bar, Trippet Lane
@dada_bar

Home Sweet Home, Sharrow Vale Road
@homesweethome08

Prism queer indie/alt/electro night
@PRISMShefLGBT

MK PR agency
@MKThingsHappen

West One
@westoneplaza

Townend florist
@townendflorist

Benjamin Huntsman Wetherspoons pub
@BenjaminHuntsma

Charisma Gifts, Crosspool
@charisma_gifts

Inspiration Hair, Crosspool salon
@inspirationhs10

Sheffield Independent Film & TV
@shiftmediashef

The Lord Mayor, Cllr Sylvia Dunkley
@LordMayorSheff

Tamper coffee shop
@tampercoffee

Park square roundabout
@ParkSquareSheff

Sheffield University journalism department
@sheffjournalism

Indie Sheffield
@IndieSheffield

Dirty Little Secret events space
@DLS_Sheffield

Paulette Edwards, Radio Sheffield presenter
@pauletteish

Waheed Akhtar, Radio Sheffield
@BBCWaheed

Grace Tebbutt house
@GraceTebbuttHT

SWFC police updates
@SWFC_Police

SUFC news
@ShefUtdNews

Humbugs of Greenhill
@humbugsofgreenh

Lez Sheffield – a guide for girls who love girls in Sheffield and their friends
@LezSheffield

Fanoush Falafel
@FanoushFalafel

Bishops house
@BishopsHouse

Into Professional
@IntoPro

Get Active Hallam University
@HallamGetActive

All Wired communications and security
@AllWiredUK

ARC: antique retro chic
@ARCSheffield

Bigfoot Digital
@BigfootDigital

Tie the Knot wedding goodies
@TieTheKnotUK

MyWhey supplements
@mywheystore

Peach Practice facial aesthetic treatments
@peachpractice

Red Rock band
@ThisRedRockBand

Creator Hair
@CreatorHai

Small Massive Theatre
@smallmassive

Phil Hirst garden designer
@PhilHirst3

Sheffield University Minecraft Society
@ShefMineSoc

One2one Defence
@One2OneDefence

Real Time Web Solutions
@RealTimeWebSol

Coats For Cachi charity
@CoatsForCachi

Sheffield United Community Ladies FC
@SUComLadiesFC

Bumps Sheffield
@Bumps_Sheffield

Bubble Beech
@BubbleBeechLtd

Snap It Map It
@SnapItMapIt

SIL Solutions
@SILSolutions

Stocksbridge Leisure Centre
@SILSolutions

SKINN
@SKIN_network

The Rattlers band
@TheRattlers1

Hello Sheffield student image project
@HelloSheffield

Better You
@BetterYou_Ltd

Sheffield University Cycling Club
@UniSheffieldCC

Green Directions
@GreenSheffield

Hunters Barasaur
@HuntersBarasaur

Port of Sheffield
@PortOfSheffield

Cineworld Sheffield
@cinesheff

Cutting Edge events
@CuttingEdge11

Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
@SheffChildrens

Atomic Fireworks
@BestFireworksUK

Simurq Aeronautics
@SimurqAero

Alan Drabble driving instructor
@AlanDrabbleSOM

Green Spirit hydroponic equipment
@ukhydroponics

Omnia Offices
@OmniaOffices

Rumblebird music
@Rumblebirdmusic

Devonshire Arms
@Chefsatthedev

Buxton + Buxton Sharrow vale road
@BuxtonandBuxton

Gamestation Meadowhall
@GSMeadowhall

University of Sheffield REF team
@SheffieldREF

Breast Cancer Care Sheffield
@BCCare_UpNorth

Sheffield University estates
@efm_online

Sheffield Hallam Business School
@SBSHallam

Sheffield students
@SheffStudents

Rocket and Spade
@RocketandSpade

Las Iguanas
@LasIguanasWest1

Platform 2012 performing arts festival
@Platform2012

Sheffield 24 polish community site
@Sheffield24

River Commons
@RiverCommons

All About Nothing student radio
@AAN_ForgeRadio

Dorkbot Sheffield
@dorkbotsheff

Otto actors
@OttoActors

Fea_si_ble offers
@fea_si_ble

Ace Janitorial
@AceJanitorial

Sheffield Gazelles business support group
@SheffGazelles

Teach First Sheffield
@TeachFirstSheff

Look Local Stocksbridge
@Look_Local

Sheffield Cycle Chic
@sheffcyclechic

Restyle solar
@ReStyleSolar

Sheffield Labour students
@SheffLabStudnts

ABC Personnel
@ABCPersonnelLtd

St Dunstans art
@StDunstansArt

Don’t feed the bears tshirts and accessories
@dntfeedthebears

Molly Rouge fashion studio
@mollyrouge

The Angel, Killamarsh
@AngelKillamarsh

Sheffield SIFE geography
@SIFE_GEOGSOC

The Umbrella Company
@TheUmbrellaCoUK

Helen’s Trust
@helenstrust

Entreprenurs bootcamp
@ECBootcamp

Energy Initiative
@NRGInitiative

Sheffield University Liberal Democrat society
@LibYouthSheff

Diffusion Media
@DiffusionMedia

Sheffield on Twitter – October 2011 update

Below you can find the latest additions to the list of Sheffield people and organisations of interest on Twitter.

A directory can be found on the Sheffield Twitter users page. As this page is getting a bit unwieldy, I’m not currently adding to it. Instead I’ll link back to each monthly update page.

We’re now into our third list of people and organisations in Sheffield in Twitter. There is also the first Sheffield Twitter list, and second Sheffield Twitter list, which each contain the 500 accounts.

Kid acne
@kid_acne

Vanilla coffee shop, Abbeydale road
@Coffee_Vanilla

Hallamshire squash and tennis club
@Hallamshire

Alan Biggs Sheffield Telegraph journalist
@AlanBiggs1

The Hop – West One pub
@thehopsheffield

The Three Cranes pub
@thethreecranes

Artery band
@ArterySheffield

Sheffield sports chaplaincy
@sheffchap

Gay in the attic club night
@gayintheattic

Arcade – Forum shop
@ilovethearcade

Sheffield tweet a taxi
@sheffblackcabs

Otto’s restaurants
@OttosSheffield

The Ecclesall, formerly the Pomona
@TheEcclesall

Paul Blomfield MP
@PaulBlomfieldMP

Sheffield Hospitals Fundraising Team
@SHCFundraising

Sheffield deals
@SheffielDeals

Forge design works
@ForgeDesignWrks

FD Hospitality
@FDHospitality

Morris Bywater jewellers
@MorrisBywater

UK vouchers Sheffield
@UKVouchersSheff

Man of steel
@sheffieldicon

Fogwill and Jones
@FogwillandJones

Treehouse documentary company
@treehousedocs

Natural health Sheffield
@NatrlHealthShef

Temple spa
@Liz_TempleSpa

Abseiling
@Rock_Lea_Abseil

Social Sheffield magazine
@socialsheffield

Sheffield mind mental health charity
@SheffieldMind

Sheffield film and art festival
@SheffieldFAAF

Pes-performance
@PESPerformance

Very PC
@verypc

Dragonfly PR
@dragonflypruk

KYD Clothing
@KYD_Clothing_Co

Undercurrent band
@UndercurrentUK1

Centre for Regional Economics and Enterprise Development
@CREED_Research

Potholing
@POTHOLING

Recover Insulation
@Innotherm

Woodthorpe Development Trust
@WoodthorpeDT

Breakfast Epiphany’s
@BEpiphanys

Quick Feet video
@Quick_Feet

Wreaked music podcast
@WreakedShef

Livsstil cookshop
@LivsstilLTD

Sheffield & District Junior Sunday League
@SDJSFL

CG Assessments
@CGAssessments

Tiger works bar
@TigerWorksBar

Killing fields of Ontario band
@kfoontario

Dreambooth
@Dreambooth

Creperie Kubler
@Creperie_Kubler

Peer Teaching
@PeerTeaching

Metric N8
@METRC_N8

Sheffield festival of ancient drama
@Sheffest

Urban Sheffield project
@urbansheffproj

Loadhog returnable packaging solutions
@Loadhoglids

The White raven magazine
@WhiteRavenStyle

Lockin Sheffield
@lockinsheffield

Full of life events
@FullOfLifeEvent

Burton Street foundation
@BurtonSt

Porter Brook pub
@ThePorterBrook

Discount AVG
@Discount_AVG

Cutlers’ Hall
@CutlersHall

NL Prhotography
@nlphotograph

Solar Active
@Solar_Active

Sheffield on Twitter – September 2011 update

Below you can find the latest additions to the list of Sheffield people and organisations of interest on Twitter.

A directory can be found on the Sheffield Twitter users page. As this page is getting a bit unwieldy, I’m not currently adding to it. Instead I’ll link back to each monthly update page.

We’re now into our third list of people and organisations in Sheffield in Twitter. There is also the first Sheffield Twitter list, and second Sheffield Twitter list, which each contain the 500 accounts.

Free Sheffield
@freesheffield

The Nichols building – vintage, art and design hub
@NicholsBuilding

Sheffield publicity department
@PublicityDept

The Cobden view pub, Crookes
@TheCobdenView

Sheffield zine fair
@sheffzinefair

Parson Cross Forum
@ParsonXForum

Visit Sheffield
@VisitSheffield

Edo sushi
@edosushiuk

TEDx Sheffield
@TEDxSheffield

Acoustic loveliness – acoustic night at the Rutland arms
@A_Loveliness

Vertiline in love – boutique in @NicholsBuilding
@vertilineinlove

Meg Munn MP
@MegMunnMP

Digital exchange
@Digital_Ex

Students’ union nights out
@nightsoutSU

Eccy magazine
@EccyMagazine

Boden brothers
@BBM_Movies

Meadowhall
@LoveMeadowhall

Sheffield Hallam campus part time jobs
@SHU_CampusJobs

Sheffield university russian/czech/polish society
@vodsocsheff

Eccy road boot camp
@EccyRd_Bootcamp

Practice Sheffield
@Practicesheff

The Circle conference and events space
@CircleSheffield

RKJ properties
@sheffield_lets

Surefit carpets
@CarpetSheffield

Cash for kids Hallam FM charity
@HallamCash4Kids

Mary’s marvellous social enterprise
@MarysMarvellous

Sharpe financial services
@S_F_S_Ltd

Jon Windle, former Little man tate singer
@jonwindle

Spencers estate agents
@SpencersAgents

Account for Sheffield university staff
@Sheffunistaff

Garden valley gardening
@GardenValley1

MoonKo online gallery
@komoonko

Sheffield business club networking
@SheffNetworkSBC

Cafe juniper at Bank street arts
@cafejuniper

Red rocket skills training
@redrocketskills

Sheffield RAG
@sheffieldrag

The Nichols building – vintage, art and design hub
@NicholsBuilding

Elite facilities services
@EliteSheffield1

Treats indie night
@TreatsSheffield

Kiddlylinks magazine
@Kiddlylinks

M&M cake craft
@MnMCakeCraft

Manor lodge
@ManorLodge

Sheffield band
@SheffieldBand

Futurate
@futurateSS

Flash Sheffield
@FlashSheffield

Bardon environmental
@BardonEnvLtd

Sheffield dancesport
@Shef_Dancesport

Thelma’s cafe, Sharrow vale road
@ThelmasCafeDeli

Sheffield funk
@SheffieldFunk

Paul Cantrell photography
@pcantrellphotos

Cat lane artisan bakery
@CatLaneBakery

Replica nightclub
@replicasheff

Sheffield university union officers
@SUOfficers

Sheffield SIFE student enterprise project
@SheffieldSIFE

Sheffield business park
@SheffBusPark

Planning theory and practice – academic journal about urban space and place
@Planning_theory

Restyle solar products and advice
@ReStyleSolar

Sheffield students
@ShefStudents

MM festival – Mosborough festival
@MmfestivalM

Sound of Sheffield music website
@Sound_Sheffield

Nether edge councillors
@netheredgecllrs

Grayscale architecture and design
@grayscale_uk

SRUFC beer festival
@SRUFCBeerFest

Browns Sheffield
@BrownsSheffield

Sheffield health and social care
@SHSCFT

Editor of The Star, Jeremy Clifford
@TheStarEditor

Waggon and horses, Langsett
@innlangsett

System attic DJ
@System_Attic

Champs bar on Ecclesall road
@ChampsSheffield/

Key music solutions
@key_music_uk

S1 artspace studios
@S1_Studios

Blackwell books Broomhill
@BroomhillBooks

Blackwell books Hallam
@blackwellhallam

Asap digital
@asap_digital

LAR print
@LARprint

Steel city breakfast
@Steelbreakfast

Peripheral events
@peripheralevent

Wooderson band
@itswooderson

Ed lounge
@EDLounge

Akash Woodhouse
@akashindian

Roses the bakers
@RosesTheBakers

B Braun healthcare products
@BBraunUK

Busy but fit
@BusyButFit

Little spark
@LittleSpark1

Cafe masala Indian restaurant
@SheffCafeMasala

Steel city marketing
@scmgifts

This is Sheffield – collective of Sheffield-based riders, racers, photographers, film-makers, trail-builders and bike lovers
@thisisheffield

Pushpull – monthly photography screening and social event
@PushPullphoto

Na music management
@namusic1

Fix my PC
@FixMyPC1

Let’s go Mexicana food trailer
@LetsGoMexicana

Sheffield physiotherapy
@sheffphys

Alara B&B
@ALARA_BB

Gill Furniss – Labour Councillor for Southey
@Clementina345

Jobs for Sheffield Hallam graduates
@jobs4SHUgrads

Neighbourhood club alternative club night
@NeighClub

CS electrical
@cselectrical

Sheffield university alternative music society
@Small_Ideas_

La mama tapas
@LaMama_TapasBar

Chalkncheese – Monday Student night
@ChalknCheeseEMD

Heavenly body beauty salon
@HeavenlyBodYS11

The Saturday mentoring project for young Somali people
@SMPSheffield

Warm underground events
@WarmUnderground

Davy markham
@DavyMarkham

Moogaloo
@moogaloo

The alternative store
@thealtstore

The hole in the road
@holeintheroad

Shouting out
@Shouting_Out

Noodle performing arts training
@Noodlearts

Abbeydale sports club
@AbbeydaleSport

The poetry business
@poetrybusiness

Hassop station
@Hassopstation

Bench meadowhall
@BenchMeadowhall

Vent creative
@VentCreative

Missie cindz food blogger
@missiecindz

Skull and bones boys club
@SABBC_CLOTHING

Drum roll club
@drumrollclub

Meadowhall
@LoveMeadowhall

Sheffield Hallam campus part time jobs
@SHU_CampusJobs

Desk plannet work
@deskplannetwork

Sheaf web design
@SheafWebDesign

Shop fronts of Sheffield blog

Shop fronts of Sheffield photo blog

Shop fronts of Sheffield photo blog

Contributions welcome for this new photo blog

Having taken inspiration from London shop fronts photo blog – and a polite suggestion that someone should nick the idea and do a version for Sheffield – I’m pleased to confirm that Shop fronts of Sheffield is now up and running.

Anyone can contribute to the photo blog, you just have to your email your picture in, making sure it meets the criteria.

The suggestion for a Sheffield version was put out on Twitter and it didn’t take long for some enthusiastic and creative people to get the project off the ground.

Surely with the power of the internet we can include a good selection of photos of Sheffield shop fronts from across the whole city?

And if anyone has got any other ideas like this that need a push to get going then get in touch!

Shop fronts of Sheffield photo blog

@shopfrontsheff on Twitter

Sheffield 365 project: interview with photographer Luke Avery

Year-long photography project draws to a close

Sheffield photographer Luke Avery’s marathon 365 photography project is complete, after a year of taking a photo for it almost every day.

I’ve personally really enjoyed looking at the latest picture each day. Flicking through the set of photos is fascinating, whether you are looking out for the locations, the changing seasons, the fashions, the composition or of course the mix of personalities that are featured and their background stories.

I asked him a few questions about the Sheffield 365 project, including how it has changed his perception of the city and what plans he has for it going into 2011.

How do you feel like the project is almost over – a sense of achievement, pride, sadness or relief?

I think it’s really a mix of all four. The project has become such a part of my life that on a day to day basis it doesn’t feel like an achievement – it’s just what I do. That said, when I occasionally stop to look back on the project as a whole it definitely feels like an achievement.

In the best way possible I’m really looking forward to not needing to go out and persuade a stranger to let me take their photo, although I expect that as soon as a couple of weeks of January have passed I’ll begin to miss all those random interactions and encounters that have occurred over this year.

For the most part I am very proud of the work that the project has produced. Being something of a technical perfectionist, some of the photos aren’t quite as in focus/lit/framed as I’d ideally like, but I think that probably can be chalked up to being my own worst critic. Certainly for every photo that is slightly off the ideal, there is (at least) one that I’m really pleased with, so it works out nicely overall.

How did you fit the project into your working and personal routine? Did you not leave the city for more than a day or so during the whole of 2010?

With a lot of practice is I think the short answer to the first part of the question. Initially it was the new thing and I was excited to get out and shoot the photo each day. By the time the new-project excitement had worn off, it was beginning to become part of my daily routine and so I just had to keep working at it until it became totally natural to head out and walk the streets (so to speak).

In answer to the second part of the question, I would say that about 90-95% of the photos were shot on the day they appear and the rest were shot within a day or two. So yes, I did leave Sheffield on the odd occasion, but not very often. Apologies if that’s shattered any illusions.

It must have taken you to parts of Sheffield you’ve never been to before. Has your view of the city changed in 12 months because of this?

Absolutely. When I first started the project I knew relatively few areas of the city – Crookes, Walkley, Ecclesall road, the city centre – the usual Sheffield university student areas, whereas now I feel pretty confident getting myself anywhere in the city. I suppose if I fail at being a photographer I can always take up taxi driving!

When I set out in January I had no idea that Sheffield was such a varied city. My experience until that point had been simply turn of the century terraced houses with the occasional new development chucked in for good measure. Think about the variation that you get from Ranmoor to Hillsborough to Southey to Gleadless Valley to Frecheville. I distinctly remember early in January driving (without really knowing where I was going) from Intake into Gleadless Valley and being amazed at the fact that there were these massive tower blocks that I hadn’t known existed.

I’ve spent a fair while stood on hillsides and attempting to piece how the city fits together. Actually thinking of standing in places with a view, I’ve discovered lots of great new parks and open spaces that I was blissfully ignorant of 365 days ago.

What did you say to strangers when you approached them and asked if you could take a photo? Did many people turn you down?

I’ve tried to keep everything as quick as possible for the subjects (they probably have better things to do with their time than talk to wandering photographers). I tell people I’m doing a photo art/documentary project which involves shooting daily portraits of Sheffield people and would they be willing to have their photo taken and be part of the project. Or words to that effect. If they agree in principle I give them a bit more info on where the photos are being shown and that sort of thing. For some subject, that’s enough info and they head on their way pretty quickly after having their photo taken. Others are more chatty/curious and I’ve ended up having decent conversations with a couple of my subjects from time to time.

In answer to the second half of the question, yes, I do get turned down a lot. I probably have to ask somewhere between three and 12 people on average in order to find someone willing to have their photo taken. I’ve managed to get that number down a bit as the year has progressed and I’ve got better at predicting who is likely to turn me down. For example, people looking busy/walking in a hurry for example are often not worth asking.

I’ve had quite a wide range of reasons for not taking part, but the usual culprits are not enough time/busy and don’t like having their photo taken generally. I suspect most people that turn me down are also a bit suspicious about either the project or my motives. Generally though, I’m ok with being turned down – I’d far rather have willing subjects than ones who’s arms I have to twist.

I’ve also confirmed what I already knew – that Sheffield people are very friendly. The worst reaction I’ve had from the hundreds or thousands of people that I’ve asked throughout the project is a straight ‘no’ and carry on their way, and even that’s only happened three or four times. Everyone else has been somewhere between civil and outright friendly.

Which are your favourite pictures?

That’s quite a tough question, asking me to whittle down 365 photos into just a handful… I like the photos for a variety of reasons, mainly for either technical excellence (where the lighting/pose/background/etc are great) or for having a great backstory to go with them. It’s taken several rounds of tough, ruthless shortlisting (from about 30 photos, to 12, to the final list) in order to get this list, but here goes:

January 6th – Dodger, Upperthorpe
March 24th – Mick, Burngreave
April 9 – Westham, Netherthorpe
May 6 – Erica, Dore
June 18 – Mahd, Burngreave
July 7th – Margaret, Middlewood
October 6 – Terry, Loxley
December 15 – John & John, Heeley

On the topic of choosing favourites, I’m giving away four prints of photos from the project in a variety of ways over the next few weeks or months, and to be in with a chance of winning the first one people just have to leave a comment on the website (or Facebook page) letting me know which their favourite photo is. Simple as that.

The project got plenty of exposure via social media. How did you use this and is it an important way of promoting your work?

This is one of the things that has been new to me on this project and definitely a learning curve. The photos from the project have been visible not only on the main website that I built for it (www.sheffield365project.co.uk) but also on Flickr and on Facebook (facebook.com/sheffield365project).

During the course of the year I was persuaded to give Twitter a go (@lukeaveryphoto), so I’ve been linking back to the main site from there when the photo comes out every day. I decided that the Twitter account would be one for Luke Avery Photography as a whole rather than just Sheffield 365 Project, so it’s not just info about this project that gets posted on there.

For me social media has been (and still is) very much of a love-hate relationship. I am far from Facebook’s biggest fan and whilst I completely acknowledge the benefits it brings in terms of instantly connecting to people all over the place, it’s not something I really enjoy or use. In many respects I’m pretty old fashioned when it comes to connecting with others. A lot of my contact comes through emails, phone calls, and actual face-to-face meetings (my personal favourite).

That all said, I have enjoyed Twitter and so I’ll keep using that and I have started a blog for Luke Avery Photography (luke-avery.com/blog), so I will be keeping some of the social media-ness that I’ve developed over the course of this project, but you probably won’t see an official Luke Avery Photography Facebook page cropping up any time soon. That is unless someone can sell it to me in a very convincing manner…

Did the project raise the profile of Luke Avery Photography and has it led to more business?

I think it has definitely raised my profile as a photographer, however whether it has raised it with those who would be potential clients has yet to be seen. I’ve not had huge amounts of work come through the door as a direct result of the project, but then I work mainly as a commercial and editorial photographer (businesses and magazines), and they aren’t necessarily the people I’m photographing for this project. That said, I’m not averse to shooting photos for personal clients, it’s just not where I put my effort into marketing.

Overall, the project was never meant to be a promotional tool for Luke Avery Photography, even if that has turned into one of the side effects. I always intended it to be an art project, where the only intended endgame was to produce a set of interesting portraits that depict Sheffield folk throughout 2010 and I think I’ve managed that.

It would be great to see the full set of photos exhibited in Sheffield in 2011. Is this something you’re hoping to do? Might there even be a book?

Absolutely. I had originally planned to be very organised and sort it all out in advance of 31 December, so I could announce it all come 1 January and there’d be a nice continuity. Unfortunately that hasn’t happened, mainly thanks to a plethora of work that’s occurred over the last six or so weeks and eaten up most of my time.

So, as a result of that I’m now going to start trying to pull together a show once January rolls around. I’ve come to the realisation that putting on a show of all 365 portraits properly is going to be an expensive business and so I’m looking into the funding and sponsorship options. If anyone reading this fancies getting involved then send me an email.

I can reveal that there will definitely be a book of the project. I’m not 100% sure what format it will be, but thanks to the various websites offering self publishing options, I will make sure that something comes out. That said, it would be fantastic if an actual publisher got behind the project and put a book out for it, but until then it’s down the self publishing route I go.

Luke Avery, the photographer behind the Sheffield 365 project

Luke Avery, the photographer behind the Sheffield 365 project, used with permission