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Sheffield Countryside Conservation




The work Sheffield Countryside Conservation Trust has delivered, both volunteering and contract, over nearly 20 years can be seen throughout Sheffield


  • Beighton Marsh

    • Extensive wetland creation and flood defences

    • New footpath network

    • Installation of access controls

  • Shirebrook Nature Reserve

    • Opening of visitor centre

    • Creation of boardwalks around ponds

    • Habitat management

  • Owlthorpe

    • New footpath network

    • Over 2 kilometre of post & wire fencing

    • Both new and renovated dry stone walls

  • Thorncliffe Pond 

    • New footpath network

    • New orchard

    • Existing pond improved

  • Parkin Wood

    • Woodland management plan developed

    • New footpath network including over 200 steps

    • Continual woodland management

  • Bridle Stile

    • Over 1 kilometre of fencing installed and hedgerow planted

    • Water mains livestock troughs installed for highland cattle

    • Viewing platform commissioned and installed

  • Trans Pennine Trail

    • Access controls installed 

    • Verges and adjoining woodlands maintained

    • Continual litter picks carried out

  • Stocksbridge

    • Established new footpath throughout site

    • Thinning  of woodland

    • Fencing and access controls

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