Wood Lane Countryside Centre is a Grade ll listed former farm set on the edge of countryside in north-west Sheffield. The venue is owned by Sheffield City Council and managed by Wood Lane Conservation Trust.
The farm was built in 1802. The stone farmhouse, barns, outbuildings and gardens have been fully restored to provide beautiful accommodation for community use.
Wood Lane Countryside Centre is a base for nature conservation, Forest Schools and community activities such as yoga, fencing, wood turning and art. It also provides facilities for conferences, training and environmental education, forest schools and is licensed for wedding ceremonies and receptions.
The premises have full disabled access, kitchen facilities and a licensed bar.
There are plenty of volunteering opportunities at Wood Lane Countryside Centre, particularly in practical conservation work.
Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, We have not been able to conduct any viewings or weddings at the Centre. In light of the recent news, we hope to be able to offer viewings by appointment only in the coming weeks. Further details on this will be published soon.
We are currently updating our website ready for when we are able to offer viewings, weddings, parties and other events, therefore the pages on our site may not work until they are relaunched. However, if you would like to make an initial enquiry regarding holding your wedding at Wood Lane, please email firstname.lastname@example.org who will be happy to help with your enquiry.
Wood Lane Countryside Centre
Registered Company Number 10177172
Charity Number 1177696