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Manor Fields Park

About the park

Manor Fields is a hidden gem which lies just off City Road and covers 17 hectares of community green space.  A mixture of formally managed recreation areas and naturalistic landscape, its development has been key to the regeneration of the local area.

There are plenty of opportunities for play, to get fit, enjoy the wildlife or just sit on one of the many benches and take in the pleasant surroundings.  With ponds, streams, open grass areas, stone features and flower meadows there is lots to see and do.

For exploring, the park has over 4km of wide hard-standing paths accessible for wheelchairs, pushchairs and mobility scooters, as well as smaller paths to help you explore the wilder, hidden areas.

At the head of the park, by the car park is York House - Manor Fields community hub. 

Mainly run by volunteers, it houses a clothes boutique, community garden, toddler group and is the focal point of much the activity on the park. 

It welcome’s visitors but isn’t open every day so check the website for times of open house sessions, workshops and events.

  • District Park
  • Site of Interest for Nature Conservation
  • Green Flag Award
  • Facilities and features
  • Children’s playgrounds including sandpit
  • Naturalistic play features
  • Pictorial Meadows flower displays
  • Naturalistic landscapes
  • Orchards and pockets of woodland
  • Water features – pond, stream and Sustainable Urban Drainage System (SuDs)
  • Wildlife walks
  • Grass arenas for ball games and ‘carrot top’ goal posts
  •  Parkrun
  •  Running routes
  •  Health walks
  •  Outdoor events
  •  Multiple entrances
  •  Car parking (including disabled bays)
  •  Volunteer opportunities
  •  Community hub (York House)

Manor Fields Park is located 2 miles south-east of Sheffield City Centre, between City Road and Manor Park.




If you are arriving by foot or by bicycle, there are many different routes and entrances that you could use to enter the park and it is only situated 2 miles from the City Centre. 

You can opt to take the scenic route and walk through the Cholera monument grounds, Clay woods and Norfolk Park (part of Norfolk Heritage tail) for a more pleasant journey.


Several bus routes stop right outside York House, with the number 41 being the most frequent. Ask for Spring Lane.


There are regular trams up and down City Road to and from the City Centre with the Spring Lane Tram Stop less than 2 minutes from the entrance.


There is a small car park with disabled parking spaces just off City Road.  For sat nav. type in 535 City Road, S2 1GF.

However you choose to get there, the main park entrance is through the car park off City Road which lies just after the Premier shop on the left.

Further information on trams and buses from Travel South Yorkshire.


  • Modified: Jul 7, 2016 1:02:06 PM