Martin Jenkinson was a former steelworker whose love of photography combined with his politics and his belief in social justice, fairness and equality. He was responsible for some of the most striking images to have emerged from political and industrial struggle in Britain over the last 30 years.
Following his death in 2012 his daughter Justine took over the management of his image library and now runs it full time. Justine is a regular at the Harland and displays Martin's images for us every year. This time we've chosen some of our own personal favourites from the archive. Come along and have a cuppa while you look around these great images and reminisce about old Sheffield and more.