Action for Stannington is a public awareness campaign inviting people to take positive action about issues such as littering and thoughful use of resources.
The aim of the Crosspool Forum is to recognise the identity of
Crosspool and to improve the quality of life of residents through
appropriate contacts, consultation and action
Hagg Lane Allotments Society
A friendly non-profit making society which is run by unpaid volunteers to provide help, advice and competitive products to members and to improve the quality of allotments for the benefit of the local community.
Tilt Hammer for Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet and the Industrial
History of Sheffield
Friends of Hillsborough Park
The Woodland Trust is the UK's leading woodland conservation charity dedicated solely to the protection of our native woodland heritage
Rivelin Valley Park Cafe
Sheffield's Number One Local Information Resource. The Sheffield, S. Yorkshire & Peak District Gateway. Over 3500 external links on site (January 2003)
S. C. V. (Sheffield Conservation Volunteers) exists solely to enable all members of the community to get involved in conserving the local environment by way of positive action. The main aim of the
group is to provide opportunities for people to work in a supportive,
friendly and relaxed atmosphere, while being involved in a practical
Stannington Local History Group
The History Group was formed in 1962 and meets monthly in Lomas Hall.
SPRITE (Sheffield Partnership for Rivers in Town Environments) A local not for profit group who look after the Rivers of Sheffield and associated wildlife - primarily around the S6 area.
The Sheffield Wildlife Trust was first formed, as a local
voluntary membership organization (the Sheffield City Wildlife Group),
in 1985. The Group brought together a range of local people with an
interest in their local natural environment, and allowed the
co-ordination of their efforts to benefit both the people and wildlife
Friends of the Porter Valley” was set up in 1994 to preserve and enhance the
natural and historical characteristics of the Porter Valley for public
benefit. Our area of interest is from Hunter’s Bar to Porter Clough.
This paper sets out our considered views about the approach that is
now required to assure the future of this unique green space.