This cemetery is a dreadful disgrace. It is a piece of important history that has become completely derelict. The Church is a shell and the Chapel boarded over. It is a place I expected to find used needles though fortunately I didn't. I think local people care too much to allow this but it is a place derelict enough to suggest it. It is not necessarily a slur on Sheffield and its people, that it has got into such a state. It is more about the enormous cost a place like this would be to restore and then maintain. It is not Sheffield's disgrace it is a national disgrace. Visit this place because it is fascinating and important. The paths have been restored for you to enjoy but expect something really shocking. I have given four stars because I think people should see it because it is important not because it is pleasant. It has a wealth of social history buried under a mess of weeds. The stones are wearing away and the catacombs collapsing.
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