Do you remember how the Miners' Strike impacted on people from Sheffield and South Yorkshire between 1984-5?
Do you remember how the Miners' Strike impacted on people from Sheffield and South Yorkshire between 1984-5?

Looking back at how women, children and men rallied in Sheffield and South Yorkshire 30 years after the Miners' Strike came to an end

It’s now 30 years since the Miners’ Strike came to an end, but it wasn’t just the men that took to the picket lines, with many women rallying to the cause.

By Andy Done-Johnson
Thursday, 9th July 2020, 5:07 pm
Updated Thursday, 9th July 2020, 5:15 pm

The year-long conflict also had a massive impact on children, leaving many impoverished and in divided communities.

But how many of these old photos from the dispute have you seen?

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