Wadsley and Loxley Commoners
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Welcome to our Website
Wadsley and Loxley Common is an area of managed Heathland in the North of Sheffield. It's principle use is by walkers, but it has much to offer the visitor with an interest in bird watching, geology, history, wild flowers, fungi and nature in general.
Wadsley and Loxley Commoners (WALC) is a voluntary group of mainly local people who share a great love for the common.
We welcome you to our web site and hope you enjoy your online visit to the common. Please use the links above to open other pages, containing information which we hope will be of interest.
Robin Hood Day 19th June 2016
1pm until 5pm
The aims of WALC are:
to conserve the common,
to balance the pressure of visitor
to promote awareness of the common, and
encourage enjoyment of its many features.
For all our Latest News, see the WALC Blog!
Who were the 3 sisters who gave Wadsley and Loxley Commons to the People of Sheffield? Please click here to download a PDF file which tells the Historical details!Please see our Blog Page for this and all the latest WALC activities, it will be updated regularly.
The diary page is also the place to look for forthcoming events.
Map of Wadsley and Loxley Commons