Stocksbridge Walkers are Welcome is kindly sponsored by the following businesses
Fox Valley is a master planned redevelopment of a 28 acre former steelworks site, bringing a new town centre to North Sheffield. The £50million development, delivered by South Yorkshire based Dransfield Properties Ltd, has been carefully designed to reflect the area’s rich industrial heritage as well as answering the need for a new retail and commercial heart in this growing catchment.
John Crawshaw’s butchers shops have been a familiar sight on north Sheffield’s high streets for over 60 years. With shops in Stocksbridge, Hillsborough, Chapeltown and now Fox Valley, John Crawshaw serves the local communities with prime quality locally sourced meat and award winning produce.
Simon Blyth is a long established independent firm based across south and West Yorkshire. Over a number of years we have built up a strong reputation as the region’s favourite estate agent, offering an unrivalled service that focuses on knowledge, quality and a personal touch.
The Bank View Cafe. “The Spotty Cafe” or “Langsett Caff” where cyclists, walkers and those passing by can always expect a warm welcome. With great walking, mountain biking and road cycling on our doorstep, we’re child and dog friendly, and don’t mind a bit of mud on our floor if you call in after your walk or bike ride.
Regatta caters for the whole family. Our range covers everything from high performance outdoor wear to everyday clothing with added protection. So to all the ramblers, amblers, hikers, bikers, campers, gardeners and daily commuters. The dog walkers, multi-tasking mums, picnickers, backpackers, dads at the footie, urban roamers, beachcombers and puddle-loving kids- Regatta have you covered.
The Bridge Community Shop, based right in the centre of Stocksbridge, is a fantastic community project set up and run by Churches Together in Stocksbridge and Deepcar. It offers a great service providing new homes for pre-used clothes and furnishings, books, music and all the things you would expect to find in a normal charity shop.