6 April 2022

Staying in Sheffield for the Easter break?

For those staying in the fine city of Sheffield for the Easter break, Dr Emma Jones, our Director of Student Wellbeing and Senior Lecturer at the School of Law, has written a lovely blog post with a few ways you can spend your time

Spring blossom on the trees in Crookes Valley Park
The blossom on the trees in Crookes Valley Park (next to the School of Law building at Bartolomé House) is a beautiful Spring sight in Sheffield!

The end of the Autumn Semester at the University of Sheffield is a welcome break for students at the School of Law, who have worked incredibly hard over the past weeks on coursework and preparation for exams. Some of our students will be heading home or to family or friends' for the holiday period, but many choose to stay here in Sheffield. Whether you stay completely local and explore everything the city's bustling independent food and drinks scene has to offer, or travel further afield into the beautiful peak district or on daytrips to nearby UK towns and cities - we hope you have a restful but enjoyable break.

A few ideas for the Easter break...

Easter vacation is now upon us - you may already have made plans, or you may be wondering how to fill your time. Here are a few suggestions for anyone who is staying in or around Sheffield:


You can join in some of the special events run by the Global Campus team at the university and open to all students. More details are here:
Global Campus Student hub 
Global Campus special events
Global Campus Facebook page
Global Campus Instagram page

If you are planning on doing some work, you might also want to check out the Easter vacation opening times of the different library sites:
The University of Sheffield library sites & opening hours 

Take the time to visit some of the amazing museums and galleries that can be found locally:
Museums Sheffield 

The 'Welcome to Sheffield' site also has some great ideas for things to do and places to see:
Welcome to Sheffield

Jump on a train or bus or drive into the nearby Peak District for a change of scenery:
Peak District website


Most importantly, even if you use some of the time to catch-up on work, prepare for assessments and other study-related tasks - don’t forget to also spend some time relaxing and enjoying the break. 

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