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Join David Templeman as he talks about hauntings and highwaymen in his further ancient suburbs of Sheffield series

Take a step back in time with this illustrated talk exploring ancient suburbs of the city – each one with its own identity and fascinating facts. Discover Norton -Chantrey Land with its association with sculptor Sir Francis Chantrey and Beauchief with its ancient abbey

Historic Tinsley was listed in the Domesday book of 1086 and Carbrook Hall, home to the Bright family, has a turbulent civil war history, as well as reputed to be the most haunted house in Yorkshire. Nearby in the 18th c. there stood the gibbeted body of Spence Broughton, a notorious highway robber-his fascinating story is related here

On the north side is Malin Bridge, a major casualty of the 1864 Sheffield Flood and once home to numerous water wheels along the Loxley and Rivelin rivers

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