The Upper Don Trail travels through the heart of Sheffield’s industrial heritage and out into the countryside giving glimpses of the past along the way. Who we are Our website address is: https://upperdontrail.org.uk. The Upper Don Walk Trust Limited; up-to-date. Year-over-year, “the use of marijuana in all forms … by adolescents [nationwide] did not significantly change in any of the three grades [8th grade, 10th grade, and 12th grade] for lifetime use, past 12-month use, past 30-day use, [or] daily use.” the upper don walk trust limited PROGRESS TOWARDS THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE PROPOSED NEW BROOKLYN BRIDGE WHICH IS A MAJOR FEATURE AT THE START OF THE WALK HAS BEEN DELAYED BECAUSE OF THE IMPCT OF THE FLOODS IN JUNE 2007.A,BOOKLET,"THE FURNACE TRAIL",HAS BEEN PRODUCED WHICH GIVES AN INSIGHT INTO THE LIVES ANDWORK OF THE … Upper Don Walk. The Upper Don Trail will provide a safe, off-road, walk and cycleway that connects hotspots within Sheffield. There are many similarities between the Upper Don Trail and our Cycleway! You can contact the trust here while the web page is being set up. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1068138506671030/?ref=group_header The Upper Don Trail has 307 members. Today a start has been made on the improvements along the Upper Don Walk at club Mill Road. Julie and I went for a short ride yesterday starting at Kelham Island Museum up to Wardsend Cemetery, crossed over Penistone Road to go to Lily’s Bakery. An anonymized string created fromContinue reading → The Upper Don Walk is a six mile long recreational walk which links the centre of Sheffield to the village of Oughtibridge to the north west of the city. What personal data we collect and why we collect it Comments When visitors leave comments on the site we collect the data shown in the comments form, and also the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string to help spam detection. Working to Reform Marijuana Laws Since 1970. The Upper Don Trail Trust has criticised a house builder for scaling down plans to provide a connection to a trail linking Sheffield city centre with the Peak District. Three bollards will be at the Neepsend Lane entrance and 5 at the entrance to Sandbed Road. Data for financial year ending 31 August 2019. The Derwent Valley Trust’s cycleway will be over 4 times the length of the Upper Don Trail, but is ultimately working towards a common goal – […]