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    Five Weirs Walk Sheffield

    Links to Associated Sites.
    The Trust are happy to consider providing a link to relevant websites.
    Please Contact Us (link below) if you would like a link to your site.

    The Blue Loop The combination of the FWW with the canal towpath forms a brilliant round walk known as the Blue Loop. This is a fabulous website with an interactive map, details of events, wildlife, recent sitings, activities etc.

    Sheffield City Council
    Tourist information
    Sheffield is a wonderful place to visit not least due to its beautiful setting close to the Peak District National Park. The City Centre just gets better and better, with the new Winter Gardens in the "must see" category.

    Trans Pennine Trail The Trans Pennine Trail is a 350 mile national route for recreation and transport. It provides a coast to coast facility linking the major towns and cities across the North of England from Liverpool to Hull and Leeds to Chesterfield. The whole trail is for walkers and cyclists with many sections having easy access for people with disabilities and particularly suitable for families. Many miles are available for horseriders.

    Ramblers Association The Ramblers' Association is Britain's biggest organisation for walkers, a registered charity with 139,000 members across England, Scotland and Wales.

    Yorkshire Tourist Board Yorkshire is the ideal destination for a holiday or short break. We have a fantastic range of places to stay and things to see and do whether you're interested in cities, the countryside or the coast.

    UK Wildlife Links The Wildlife Trusts partnership is the UK's leading conservation charity exclusively dedicated to wildlife.

    Canoeing in Sheffield The Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation has many leisure and tourism attractions with the multi-millionpound redevelopment of Sheffield Basin at its head. Throughout the Don Valley the environmental and recreational infrastructure has been vastly improved in a bid to make the canal one of the most contrasting, interesting and educational waterways in Britain.

    Rivelin Valley Conservation Group The fast flowing river, regulated by its constant release from moorland peat proved ideal for powering the wheels of up to twenty mills along its course, one of the oldest being the Hind Wheel (1581). Some were still working up to the 1950's, the most famous being Mousehole Forge at Malin Bridge which produced world famous anvils and is being carefully restored by its present owner.