Who we are, and what we do …

Loxley River Covered Barn Olive Mill Dam

Loxley Village is a beautiful area of Sheffield, with stunning views and fantastic wildlife. However, because of it’s rural nature, very few amenities currently exist.

Loxley Village & District Community Forum was set up by local people with the aim of improving amenities and services in the area; and to encourage local residents to become actively involved in the decisions that may affect them.

Loxley Village & District Communty Forum will work to:

  • Raise funds and help improve local facilities
  • Raise awareness of issues that may affect the community
  • Gather and disseminate information

The forum is relatively young, having only been created in April 2005.

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History…

The village of Loxley as we know today consists of just under 1,000 dwellings and lies some three and a half miles from Sheffield city centre with the Civil Parish of Bradfield and borders on to the Peak National Park boundary at the embankment of Damflask Reservoir. Included in that figure are a number of smaller habitations at Stacey Bank, Holdworth and a number of dwellings alongside the River Loxley. It was formerly a village in the West Riding of Yorkshire registered under Wortley Rural District Council until it became absorbed into Sheffield in the 1974 boundary changes.

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