A sponsored walk around Stocksbridge was held on 6th October 2018 to celebrate our 30 year anniversary.
There was a choice of a 12 mile walk or a shorter 6 mile walk, both of which went through ancient woodland and visited local highlights such as Whitwell Moor and the historic village of Bolsterstone. The routes also visited many of the project sites which we have worked in over the years, giving people a flavour of the work we carry out.
All participants received a commemorative metal water bottle and funds raised from the event will go towards supporting our ongoing countryside management work.
More information about the event can be seen on our event page.
The Steel Valley Ride took place on 14th July 2018 and had over 100 participants registered to tackle the 31-mile mountain bike route which went over the iconic Cut Gate in the Peak District.
Starting and finishing at Trek Sheffield (Fox Valley, Stocksbridge), the funds raised from this event will go towards helping with ongoing conservation and countryside management work in the area.
The event also raised £468 towards the BMC Mend our Mountains Cut Gate project.
Keep checking the event website and social media for updates on future plans for the event.
The Steel Gravel Tour cycling event took place on 22 April 2017 and was hosted in celebration of Stage 3 of the 2017 Tour de Yorkshire ending in Stocksbridge.
Starting and finishing at Full Gas Bikes, Stocksbridge, the route comprised of gravel tracks, roads and bridleways making it open to riders on a variety of bikes.
Many took part in the optional fancy dress competition, judged by the Stocksbridge Mayor, with prizes being provided by Cotic Bikes.
Thank you to all who participated and to our event partners.
The event helped to raise funds towards continuing the ongoing countryside management work undertaken by the Steel Valley Project.
More information about the Steel Gravel Tour can be found on the event website.
The first Steel Valley Ride was held on 16th July 2016 and attended by over 100 mountain bikers who rode the 31 mile challenging route to raise funds for the Steel Valley Project.
Thank you to all those who took part and to our event partners Full Gas Bikes and Polaris.