Stocksbridge - near Sheffield


Welcome to Stocksbridge

Stocksbridge is situated about 12 miles North west of Sheffield, deep in the Pennine Hills.

There are numerous explanations on how Stocksbridge got its name. One is that it derives from the Saxon and means literally Tree bridge or wooden bridge. Another explanation as to the naming of Stocksbridge comes from a person called John Stocks who lived at Stocks Farm. When the town was finally developed it took the name of Stocksbridge.

Stocksbridge still has a thriving local community and continues to grow with new estates being built. However it still remains an essentially village community.

Stocksbridge is probably more famous these days for it by-pass. Tales of Ghouls and Ghosts and a prime time Michael Aspel programme have brought notoriety to the road.

Our New Look SitE

We are currently into our fourth re-design of the site. Hopefully this will last longer than the last one (a few weeks - didn't like it really!). If you would like to see anything on this site, be it photos or articles please let me know. If you would like a link to your site, either business, community group or private - please let me know. My email details can be found on the links page.