Remote and Undisturbed: a History of Sheffield General Cemetery

Heritage Talks

Remote and Undisturbed: a History of Sheffield General Cemetery  

Opened in 1836,Sheffield General Cemetery was the fashionable resting place for many of the city's famous residents including the Cole Brothers, Mark Firth and Samuel Holberry. Discover the fascinating stories of some of the cemetery’s 87,000 residents in this hidden Victorian landscape. 

Speaker: Jo Pye

Tickets priced £3.50 each are available from Sheffield Cathedral Shop.

All talks last approx. 1 hour.