Our Moors Campaign
Our uplands are internationally important habitats for wildlife. Support our campaign for an end to wildlife persecution and intensive moorland management practices.
Visit a local nature reserve
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust Nature Reserves
A classic example of a type of bog that has now mostly disappeared from our landscape.
A magnificent moorland, the largest of our reserves.
A small but varied reserve nestled amongst the urban landscape.
Carr House Meadows
A patchwork of flower-rich meadows, perched above the Ewden Valley.
From steel works to wetland wildlife haven.
Crabtree Ponds is Burngreave's hidden gem.
A recently extended patch of heathland and woodland, neighbouring Wyming Brook.
An ancient woodland, rich in wildlife and full of historic interest.
One of the few remaining areas of unimproved farmland around the moorland fringes.
A post-industrial washland on the River Don.
Moss Valley Woodlands
Majestic beech trees tower overhead in these beautiful ancient woodlands.
From post-industrial wasteland to a vital green corridor.
A scenic short-cut, for people and wildlife.
A mosaic of wet and dry grasslands, swamp, wet ditches, ponds and scrub.
A little bit of wilderness on the western edge of Sheffield.
Become a Member of Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust
Enjoy these benefits of membership
- Welcome pack with nature reserves guide
- Subscription to Kingfisher magazine
- Your own membership card
- Free entry to nature reserves and priority event booking