Sheffield is one of England's great industrial cities, built on a series of hills on the edge of the Peak District National Park. These days it is a city with much to offer, popular with shoppers, designated Britain's first National City of Sport, and with the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield Crucible Studio and Lyceum Theatre, home to the largest theatrical complex outside London. But where in this busy city would you find Reflexologists in Sheffield? Look first to theFitMap.co.uk. A quick search by town or postcode will provide you with a full list of Reflexologists in Sheffield.
Sheffield has a long history, dating back to mid 12th century, when the first wooden castle was built by a Norman baron. Sheffield's only medieval building is the Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul, built in the perpendicular style and dating from the15th century. Opposite the Cathedral stands the Cutler's Hall, built in the Neo-Classic style in 1832, while Sheffield's Town Hall, opened in 1897 by Queen Victoria, has a 210-foot clock tower topped with a statue of Vulcan, the Roman god of fire and metalworking. So start your trip right by visiting the one health site that meets all your needs.