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Hallam can mean:
- Hallamshire, an area in South Yorkshire, England; the source of the name for:
- Hallam F.C. - a non-league football club in Sheffield.
- Hallam FM, a radio station based in Sheffield.
- Royal Hallamshire Hospital
- Sheffield Hallam (UK Parliament constituency),
- Sheffield Hallam University
- Hallam Tower, a high rise building in the Fulwood area of Sheffield.
- Roman Catholic Diocese of Hallam
- West Hallam in Derbyshire, England.
- Hallam Street, Marylebone, London, England
- Hallam, Victoria, Australia.
- Hallam, Nebraska, United States.
- Hallam, Pennsylvania, United States.
There are a number of notable people with the surname Hallam, including:
- William and Lewis Hallam, who brought professional theatre to North America.
- Clint Hallam, the first hand transplant recipient.
- Tracey Hallam, badminton player.
- Arthur Hallam, poet.
- Robert Hallam, bishop.
- David Hallam, Member of the European Parliament.
- Albert Hallam, English cricketer.
- Henry Hallam, English historian.
- Kerry Hallam, British artist.
- Frederick Hallam, character in the science fiction novel The Gods Themselves by Isaac Asimov.
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