A comprehensive look at the Kelham Island area – a former industrial heartland that has transformed into the best urban neighbourhood in the UK, with the best bars, restaurants and events in the region. Find out just where the Kelham Island name comes from and how the name of a small portion of the area has grown to be commonly used for parts of Neepsend and Shalesmoor. See why The Fat Cat is probably the most important pub in the area and how The Milestone has been fundamental in the building of Kelham Island as a destination. Go inside amazing events like Peddler Market, around the largest food hall in the North at Cutlery Works and find out what is in store for the future of the area. Take a look at the best new venues, the incredible events and all the under-rated places to go, along with tips on finding the best offers and much more in this incredible must-visit location. The Sheffield Guide to Kelham Island premieres live on YouTube at 7pm on Wednesday 8th May where you can watch along and get involved to have your say in the live chat during the first official viewing. Subscribe to the DeeJayOne UK YouTube Channel for this and more upcoming Sheffield Guide episodes: https://sheff.info/DJ1-YT
FEATURING : Kelham Island Museum, The Fat Cat, Kelham Island Brewery, Neepsend Brew Co, The Wellington, The Ship Inn, Inc Sheffield, JÖRO, Stew & Oyster, Riverside Kelham, The Bar Stewards, Shakespeares, Kelham Kitchen and Wine Bar, Graffiti Bar and Kitchen, The Grind Cafe, The Gatehouse, Craft & Dough, piña, The Old Workshop, Peddler, Harlequin Pub, The Gardeners Rest, Kelham Arcade, The Depot Bakery, Sheffield Cheesemasters, Church – Temple of Fun, Make No Bones, Ball Street Deli, Kelham Island and Neepsend Community Alliance, This Is Kelham, Krynkl, Steel Yard Kelham, Kelham Island Tavern, The Milestone, Cutlery Works, Bullion Chocolate, Five Rivers Coffee Co., Pie Eyed, Drop Dead., Yellow Arch Studios, The Chimney House, The Mowbray, The House Skatepark and loads more!