Are you one of the big-hearted people taking part in charity fundraisers in Sheffield in the 90s?

St Luke’s Hospice has a soft spot in many hearts of Sheffield folk and over the years you have come up with different fundraising events to help continue the good work the hospice does.

Tuesday, 13th October 2020, 3:00 pm
Pictured at Endcliffe park in 1997 where St Andrew's toddler playgroup held a sponsored toddler to raise funds for St Luke's Hospice.
Pictured at Endcliffe park in 1997 where St Andrew's toddler playgroup held a sponsored toddler to raise funds for St Luke's Hospice.

We have dug out 19 pictures from the 1990s of volunteers, fairs, festivals of light and general fundraising shots.

Who can you spot in these throwback pictures which go back more than 23 years?

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Which fundraisers and volunteers for St Luke's Hospice can you spot in these pictures from the 1990s?

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St Lukes Hospice Fair, pictured is Lewis Lee, seven, left and Luke butler eight in 1997
St Lukes Hospice Fair, pictured is Malcolm Rapson trumpeting up support for the Hoopla stand in 1997
Seven-year-oldJordan Bradley about to embark on her sponsored swim in aid of St Luke's Hospice in 1998
Fashion Show at Baldwins Omega held in aid of St Lukes Hospice in 1998
Pictured at St Lukes Hospice, Sheffield, where volunteer Helen Laycock is seen in the kitchen in 1998
Pictured at St Lukes Hospice, Sheffield, where volunteer Gordon English is seen with Patient Walter Lindley who had been out for a mornings outing in 1998
Volunteers Stanley Hill (left, and his wife Margaret( Right) are seen with visitors May Robinson, and John Norman (centre) in 1998
Staff at Vasrdon Bingo club in Wadsley Bridge put on a charity week for St Luke's Hospice in 1998
St Luke's Hospice Ball at Baldwins Omega in 1998, L to R Elsa Greaves, Servo Dummy Waiter and Linda Burns
Michael Wosscow, Jilly Wosscow, Janet Flint and Peter Flint at the 1998 St Luke's Hospice Ball at Baldwins Omega
Pupils at Park Street school, Wombwel, raised money for St Luke's Hospice, Sheffield. Pic showso R Amy Exley,Sally Brewster,Thomas Rowe and Daniel Clegg in 1998
Pictured is the opening of the Festival of Light at St Lukes Hospice in 1999 in the Hospice Gardens is Martin Westwood aged 10 from Oughtibridge
Pictured is the opening of Festival of Light at St Luke's Hospice as lights in the trees in the Hospice Gardens.At the 1999 opening are from LtoR were Susan Wills, Carol Pearson, Marjorie Pugh and Glenda Inman
Worshipful Brother Peter Varley and Worshipful Brother Robert Towle presented a cheque of £800 on behalf of Yorkshire West Riding sponsored by Pathfinder Lodge Sheffield to Margaret Carradice the Matron of St. Luke's Hospice in 1999
Dave Berry with some of his mates from the Sheffield Antiques Emporium, Clyde Road, Heeley, who took part in his Charity Walk in 1999 to raise cash for St Lukes Hospice. Pictured LtoR. Linda Burns (St Lukes), Kathryn Short, Derek Sleath, Denise Shaw and Kate Sleath
Pictured is the 'Festival of Light' Switch-On at St Lukes Hospice, Patient Ernest Jackson (right) along with Brian Platts pressed the button to switch on the 'Festival of Light' watched by Audrey Rose Organiser of the Festival in 1999
Bryan Cloves presented a cheque for £600 to St Luke's after completing a Coast to Coast walk in 1999. Seen LtoR are, Muriel Cloves, Dr Terry Crowther, Malcolm Rapson Chief Administrator of St Lukes who received the cheque, Bryan Cloves the walker, Sue Cloves, and Rebecca Cloves.