Welcome to our website. Please use the point and click menu on the right to navigate the webpages and discover more about Gillfield Wood and our Organisation. If you would like to take a shortcut to Who are the Friends of Gillfield Wood click here.
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Events Click here to see events you can participate in.
Saturday 20 September STALL AT TOTLEY SHOW
Sunday 21 September at 10am. Practical Conservation Morning - Meet metal farm gate at the bottom of Totley Hall Lane
Like more detailed information?
Visit our Download Centre for:
The Story of Gillfield Wood - a colour leaflet.
Level 1 Archaeological Survey Report - all features found in the wood.
The Story of Gillfield Wood - full history from our surveys and research.
Gillfield Wood - known locally also as Gillyfield Wood was first documented in 1561 as ‘a springe wood called Jyll felde’ but is certainly much older. Sinuous in shape and following the Totley Brook, it is at the edge of Sheffield near the Peak District National Park, lying on the boundary between both Totley and Holmesfield and South Yorkshire and Derbyshire. Gillfield is a peaceful wood, mostly replanted with American (red) oak and larch in the 1960’s but retaining much of its ancient spring flora including swathes of bluebells and wood anemones.
The Friends of Gillfield Wood is a voluntary group formed in 2011. We work in partnership with Sheffield City Council's Parks and Countryside Service to maintain and improve the wood. The group aims to learn about the wood, increase its biodiversity and encourage public enjoyment. It organises many events including conservation work days, surveys, talks and family events. For more information Go to the Events page or email firstname.lastname@example.org
WILDLIFE UPDATES - If you see or hear anything interesting in the Wood please let us know by using the Report a Sighting page.
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