Gleadless Valley (ward)
Coordinates: 53°20′46″N 1°27′18″W / 53346°N 1455°W / 53346; -1455
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Gleadless Valley ward—which includes the districts of Gleadless Valley Hemsworth, Herdings, Heeley, Lowfield, and Meersbrook—is one of the 28 electoral wards in City of Sheffield, England It is located in the southern part of the city and covers an area of 45 km2 The population of this ward in 2011 was 21,089 people in 9,516 households1 It is one of the five wards that form the Sheffield Heeley parliamentary constituency whose Member of Parliament elected at the 2001 general election was Meg Munn Gleadless Valley actually describes the valley that separates Hemsworth from Herdings, and is a broad area that covers several housing estates: Hemsworth, Herdings and Rollestone Gleadless Valley is bordered by Gleadless and Norton
- 1 Districts of Gleadless Valley ward
- 11 Heeley
- 12 Hemsworth
- 13 Herdings
- 14 Lowfield
- 15 Meersbrook
- 16 Gleadless Valley
- 2 References
Districts of Gleadless Valley wardedit
HeeleyeditMain article: Heeley
Heeley grid reference SK355849 is a former village now a suburb in the south of the City of Sheffield, England The village has existed at least since 1343, its name deriving from 'Heah Leah', meaning a high, woodland clearing Originally Heeley was divided into three: Upper Heeley was around the intersection of Myrtle Road and Heeley Green, Middle Heeley was on the Gleadless Road at Hartley Street, and Lower Heeley was on the London Road around Artisan View The main road through Heeley is the A61 London Road/Chesterfield Road, this dates from 1757 when it was built as a turnpike road from Sheffield to Chesterfield A toll bar was built on this road at Heeley over the Meers Brook on what was at that time the boundary between Yorkshire and Derbyshire The Midland Main Line railway line between Chesterfield and Sheffield, constructed in 1870, passes through Heeley where there used to be a station and carriage siding, built on the former site of Heeley Mill
HemswortheditHerdings looking over the valley towards Hemsworth Newfield Green and City also in view
Hemsworth, Gleadless Valley grid reference SK369831 borders with Herdings, Meersbrook, Norton and Rollestone It's mainly accessible from Blackstock Road, the shops and a bus terminus are located off this road To the south of Blackstock Road was the site of Hemsworth Primary School which was demolished to be replaced with a new primary school called Valley Park, located on the former Herdings Primary School grounds To date no development has taken place on the site of the demolished school
Also to the South of Blackstock Road is Constable Road and Hemsworth continues down this road
Herdings, Gleadless Valley grid reference SK376831 borders with Hemsworth and Gleadless Herdings is the highest point in Sheffield At the very top of the hill are the Herdings flats, previously known as the Three Sisters of which one was demolished2
Herdings is served by Sheffield's light rail transit, the Sheffield Supertram There, the tramway terminates next to a bus terminus Original plans which included the construction of the route to the Meadowhead roundabout were rejected after local opposition
grid reference SK356854
MeersbrookeditMeersbrook House Main article: Meersbrook
Meersbrook grid reference SK354841 is a suburb of the City of Sheffield, England located to the south of Heeley The name comes from the stream, the 'Meers Brook', a tributary of the River Sheaf which means 'boundary brook' and in ancient times this, along with the River Sheaf formed the boundary between the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms of Northumbria and Mercia It remained as the boundary between Yorkshire and Derbyshire into the 20th century
A large part of the Meersbrook area is taken up by Meersbrook Park This park, set on a steep hillside, offers a stunning panoramic view over central Sheffield to the north Within the park are two historic buildings: Bishops' House c1500 is one of the oldest buildings in Sheffield and is open as a museum, and Meersbrook House Meersbrook House was built in 1780 by Benjamin Roebuck The propriety included walled kitchen garden and house's estate extended to Meers Brook The house was the home of the Ruskin Museum until 1950 John Ruskin originally set up his museum as the Museum of St George in 1871 at a small cottage in Walkley, but it was renamed and moved to Meersbrook House in 1890 The Ruskin collection can still be seen in Sheffield's Millennium Galleries Although the area was still in Derbyshire the councillors in Sheffield were already looking over the border for amenity facilities for their citizens In January 1885 Sheffield City Council bought both the house and the land as a public park or pleasure ground
Gleadless ValleyeditMain article: Gleadless Valley
Gleadless Valley grid reference SK371835 is a 1950s housing estate and suburb which includes the districts of Herdings, Hemsworth and Rollestone
- ^ "Key Figures for 2011 Census: Key Statistics Area: Gleadless Valley Ward" Neighbourhood Statistics Office for National Statistics Retrieved 9 August 2016
- ^ http://wwwthewookiecouk/skyscrapers/index1html
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