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We’re really looking forward to welcoming you to Goldsmiths North again this July. With summer well on its way, now is the perfect time to start planning your visit to this year’s Fair. If you’re thinking of making a weekend of it, Sheffield and the wider region have lots to offer!

Sheffield is easily accessible by train from London, with direct services from St Pancras International taking just 2 hours. The Cutlers’ Hall is located 800 metres from Sheffield’s Railway Station – a short walk or taxi journey away.

Often referred to as ‘The Outdoor City’, Sheffield offers all the comforts and amenities of a big city with the sweeping, beautiful landscapes of the Peak District within easy reach. Why not combine your visit to Goldsmiths North with a stay on the Chatsworth Estate? With a stylish selection of hotels, restaurants and holiday cottages to choose from there is no better place to choose for a relaxing break. If a city hotel is more your style, the Leopold Hotel and Mercure Sheffield St. Paul’s Hotel & Spa are less than 5 minutes walk from the Cutlers’ Hall.

Goldsmiths North will be open daily from 10am from 8th – 10th July. A full exhibitor listing is available to view on our website. There are over 70 stands to see, so we do recommend that you make a day of it and take it all in at your own pace.

If you pre-book a Silver Ticket you can start off in style with a luxury breakfast served in The Dining Room at 9 o’clock. A special 3-course lunch will be served each day at 1 o’clock to Golden or Platinum Ticket holders. Pre-booking is essential if you would like to use The Dining Room. Bookings are open now on our website.

Don’t forget – whichever ticket you go for will entitle you to free re-entry for the duration of the Fair. If you need to come for another look at that special piece, just show your ticket on the door.

Looking for somewhere to eat in the evening? Sheffield has a vibrant restaurant scene offering a range of cuisines and atmospheres. Local favourites include Rafters, Jöro, Domo and the Old Vicarage