Devonshire Green is approximately 1.5 hectares in size, located on Division Street, with boundaries on Eldon Street and Fitzwilliam Street.
It is grassed and landscaped to create an amphitheatre area, which can be used for a variety of activities and events. This central area is bordered by grass terracing for seating and bordered by sculptural walls and planting beds. To the lower end of the green is a concrete skate park.
We hold events on Devonshire Green throughout the year, such as specialist markets, music festivals and spectacular live performances.
Visiting Devonshire Green
You can get there by public transport, bicycle, car or on foot.
Book the space for events
Devonshire Green has a large level grass area ideal for events as well as a large hard standing area suitable for market stalls.
To make enquiries about holding an event on Devonshire Green please contact the City Centre Management Team.
Get involved with the management of Devonshire Green by contacting the City Centre Management Team.
Beneath the group of trees to the east of Devonshire Green is a memorial plaque with the following wording:
‘This open space is dedicated to the memory of those citizens of Sheffield who died on the nights of the 12th, 13th and 15th of December 1940 during the aerial bombardment of the City in the Second World War 1930-45.
This stand of five trees was planted by The Lord Mayor of Sheffield (Councillor W Owen JP) on the 14th December 1980 to commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the Raids.'
The skate park is designed for skateboards, roller blades and cycles.
It's a free, outdoor concrete park. It is mainly a large bowl with a surround made up of 5 feet mini ramps, banks and steps.
There's a pyramid and fun box to play on too. There are lots of different lines and an abundance of stuff for grinds and stalls.
The skate park is open all year round from daybreak to 10pm.
The site is floodlit during darkness hours up to 10pm.