Blacka Moor

Volunteer Days 

Regular volunteer days are held on the first Saturday and third Thursday of every month. Come and help conserve Blacka Moor Nature Reserve. It’s a great chance to get involved and spend time on a beautiful nature reserve. Tasks vary each month and may include removing invasive rhododendron from the beautiful Strawberry Lee Plantation, coppicing birch at Bole Hill, path improvements and other practical conservation tasks. Come for the day or just stay for an hour, all extra hands are appreciated. Please bring suitable clothes & footwear, water, lunch/snacks. 

Meet at Stony Ridge car park (the small car park at the end of the woodland on the left hand side as you drive out of Sheffield on the A625 Hathersage Road). Grid reference: SK 277 806. Hot drinks, biscuits & gloves provided. Bring suitable clothes & footwear. Email Hannah Wittram (Community Wildlife Ranger)

Blacka Moor Users Forum

The Blacka Moor Users Forum is open to anyone interested in Blacka Moor to who would you like to find out more about the management of Blacka Moor Nature Reserve. Management Plans for the reserve in the months ahead, as well as events and other ways to get involved.

The next meeting is on Saturday 23rd September 10am - 12pm, Walkabout meeting, starting and finishing at  Stony Ridge Car Park, S11 7TW

Blacka Moor Conservation Group

Blacka Conservation Group is a group formed and constituted specifically to oversee, monitor and actively assist with the delivery of all aspects of the Blacka Moor Management Plan. It consists of a small group of people who specialise in different subjects relevant the work on Blacka Moor, who have volunteered their time to help support the work of the Wildlife Trust. They look at the upcoming and ongoing work programme for Blacka Moor Nature Reserve as set out in the management plan. They help advise and monitor the way the work is carried out. The same subjects are discussed at the Blacka Moor Users Forum.


Contact details

Phone: 0114 263 4335

For information please email:

Link to the Sheffield Moors Partnership website:


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