Sheffield Wednesday: Joy, tears and disbelief after play-off comeback

"The atmosphere was brilliant," she said. "From start to finish, walking back, cars beeping, everybody singing. I'm still up there, I can't come down. I'm just on a high, walking round with big beady eyes thinking 'oh my God what did we do last night?'. It's just incredible, absolutely incredible."

Wednesday, who slipped out of the automatic promotion spots after a poor run of form in the last weeks of the season, had been widely written off after their thumping first-leg defeat. No team had co

South Yorkshire befriending charity b:friend launch their attempt at Christmas number 1

The befriending charity b:friend are hoping their single “Footprints in the Snow”, will raise awareness of loneliness in the elderly this Christmas.

According to Age UK, 1.4 million older people in the UK are often lonely. B:friend’s aim is to reduce loneliness and isolation in the over 65s.

CEO of the charity, Colette Bunker says, “we have about 750 volunteers who pop round to an older neighbours house for a cuppa and a chat to keep them company once a week.

The aim is the create meaningful

Price comparison site for dinosaur-related items launches just in time for Christmas

Parents searching for a toy T-Rex or a pair of Pterodactyl pyjamas, have been given a lifeline thanks to a Sheffield dad.

Looking for a bargain for Christmas is a regular occurrence for many households, and Mark Edlington’s interest in dinosaurs could help people looking for anything dino-related this year.

Before his son was born, Mark noticed he was accumulating dinosaur toys, books, and clothes. Having had an idea for a price comparison website for a while, he opted for the prehistoric.


Barnsley's Christmas Lights switch-on marks start of three-day festival

Despite the odd technical hitch, Barnsley Bright Nights got underway yesterday, with events running until tomorrow and thousands of visitors expected.

The rain stopped just in time for people to gather outside the Glass Works where the entertainment and tree lighting was taking place.

There was also a crowd sing-a-long led by The Lips from Puppets with Guts, a giant disco ball, and even Father Christmas himself made an appearance.

Other attractions include a nine-metre long giant snail, an il