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WELCOME

Welcome to the website for the Sheaf & Porter Rivers Trust.

We are a registered charity, covering the Porter Brook from Hunters Bar down to Sheffield Station and the

River Sheaf from Millhouses Park to the confluence with the River Don at Castlegate.

This website is your place to hear the latest news from the trust, learn about our many active campaigns to improve the rivers, find maps of the riverside walks, read up on our extensive research and during the summer months,

book our tours.

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Headline News

Culvert daylighting underway


After being buried for 108 years  the Sheaf culvert next to Exchange Street is now being carefully uncovered.  The view opposite shows the exposed culvert roof with an excavator carefully avoiding travelling over the weak concrete slab.

The Google earth image below shows the approximate location of the culvert outlined in a blue dashed line.   We're hoping to get you the breakthrough video soon as daylight floods into the river below

Headline News

July tours are now sold out!

 
 

Urban Caving!
Tour tickets for August weekends are on sale.    Click below for a link to our Eventbrite:

Balsam Bash!

We need your help!

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Volunteers spring into Action!

Fly-tippers struck between Granville Road and Duchess Road. Sheaf & Porter Rivers Trust have dealt with this swiftly!

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Revealing the Sheaf at Castlegate Festival 

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Share your wildlife sightings

Please consider sharing your interesting river corridor wildlife sightings with us by sending details / photos on to our member John le Corney at  johnlecorney@gmail.com

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Why is sewage in our rivers?

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Spring Newsletter!

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