Street improvements roadshow announced for Manchester Road and Rivelin Valley Road

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Rivelin Valley Road trees could be chopped down

Thirty one trees along Rivelin Valley Road could be removed as part of the Streets Ahead road improvement project.

According to the Sheffield Telegraph, contractor Amey says three trees are either dead, decayed, have structural integrity problems or are causing surface damage.

Residents are campaigning against the proposals.

A Streets Ahead roadshow is due to visit Stephen Hill church on Tuesday 24 November, 4-7pm.

Sheffield Telegraph: New branch of tree felling row as 31 trees set for axe on Sheffield road

Sheffield City Council Streets Ahead Rivelin area


Coppice House Farm Shop to close on Friday

We’re sad to pass on the news that the Coppice House Farm Shop on Rivelin Valley Road yesterday announced it would be shutting up for good this Friday, 29 July.

A statement on their Facebook page reads:

“It is with great sadness and much regret that we would like to inform you that we are closing coppice house farm shop we are looking to close Friday 29 July at 5pm (depending on stock)
. We would like to thank our loyal customers for all your support and friendship.
 With many thanks,
the team at Coppice House Farm Shop xx.”

The owners state that it hasn’t been doing overly well this last couple of months.

Pedestrian crossing to be installed on Rivelin Valley Road

A new puffin and zebra crossing is to be installed on Rivelin Valley Road, near to the fire station.

Work will start on 20 June and temporary traffic signals will be in place so expect delays.

The crossing is one of a number of measures being installed over the coming weeks (up to the start of September) in Malin Bridge, on Stannington Road and along Rivelin Valley Road.

If you have any general queries regarding the design of the scheme you should contact Paul Johnson on 0114 273 6111. If you have urgent queries or problems regarding the construction work that cannot be dealt with by staff on site, please ring Andy Thirlwall on 0114 273 5261, or if he is not available, try the Street Force helpline on 0114 273 4567.