Ghost Walk

17th September 2013

A shadow crosses your office wall, but when you look there's nothing there.

... Heard footsteps in the corridor though you know you're the last one out? Sheffield is full of ghostly tales!! This event will make you see our welcoming city in a different light..... Sheffield Chamber are delighted to offer this spooky alternative to business networking. Come and join Sheffield Chamber and Mr P Dreadful as he walks you through the long lost darkness of Sheffield, of the historic deaths and crimes that surround you every day. Listen as he guides you through the past to where the dead still walk and the shadows grow long with the memories of those long gone but still reaching out to the living. Are you brave enough to hear the true stories of the ghosts that still rub shoulders with the living? If you are then come along, the time is getting late and Mr Dreadful waits for no one, not even the dead.... PLEASE WEAR: comfortable walking shoes, warm clothes and bring waterproofs! Start time of 19:00 which will allow for some networking before we begin the walk.  PLEASE MEET AT THE TOWN HALL STEPS. PLEASE BOOK VIA THE BOOKING FORM BELOW. SELECT 'PAY OFFLINE  AND BRING A CASH OR CHEQUE ON THE NIGHT for £10. Receipts will be available.  Hot drinks (tea, coffee, hot chocolate) will be available at the beginning of the tour, kindly sponsored by The Leopold Hotel.  Over 18s only please

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