Who We Are

We are a network of people living and working around Greenhill, Sheffield 8 who are keen to be involved in activities locally which make a difference to our environment in the face of the climate and nature crisis that affects Sheffield and South Yorkshire, as well as all other parts of the world.

Our Mission

  • To raise public awareness locally about the urgency of the global climate and nature emergency.
  • To initiate and publicise local projects and actions that help to counter these emergencies.
  • To create a local network of people and organisations that would like to participate in, or be kept informed of, these initiatives.
  • To initiate and publicise local projects and actions that protect, complement and enhance Greenhill’s environment to ensure that it is a healthy place to live.

It is our aim to link with residents, businesses and organisations in all these areas and also those adjoining in Bradway, Graves Park and Woodseats. The problems and solutions relating to our climate and nature problems don’t end at any particular boundary!

We welcome everyone to all our activities and encourage everyone to up to our mailing list or follow us on social media.

We are a constituted group and have a Steering Group of 5 people (23/24)

  • Lindy Stone (Chair)
  • Neil Hickling (Secretary)
  • Geoff Cox (Treasurer)
  • Graham Marsden
  • Kay Aitch

Our constitution can be found here.

Our key areas of focus are determined at our AGM and each have a working group. They are currently Nature & Green Spaces and Waste and Recycling.


We continue to work in partnership with many organisations and businesses locally including:

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We rely on donations for funding.  If you would like to donate and prefer to do so by BACS transfer, our bank details are below.  

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                           Thank you!

PLEASE NOTE: We bank with Metro Bank, who offer a good service to voluntary organisations.  However, ‘unable to confirm details’ often seems to appear during an online BACS – but it does come through!

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