Remembering Sheffield Ski Village

This week we take a look back at some of our archive pictures of Sheffield Ski Village

Wednesday, 13th November 2019, 12:49 pm
Updated Monday, 25th November 2019, 2:42 pm
The new ski run opens at Parkwood Springs in October 1988
The new ski run opens at Parkwood Springs in October 1988

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Managing Director of Sheffield Ski Village, John Fleetham, presents the Lord Mayor of Sheffield with a gift voucher for a ski lesson on their specially adapted skis for the disabled. The Lord Mayor and Mayoress were attending an early Christmas Party with pupils from Dobcroft Infant and Junior Schools, November 1997

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The British Nordic Junior Squad enjoying the slopes at Sheffield Ski Village in 1989
Young skiers and staff at the top of the slope at Sheffield Ski Village in 1996
The Lord Mayor of Sheffield Councillor Peter Price leading youngsters from the Sheffield Sharks Ski Club down the slopes at the Sheffield Ski Village in 1996
Students from Kirkball School with a Sheffield Ski Village Instructor, far right, after learning to ski in 8 hours for the Barnsley Police Trident Challenge Award, October 1997
Alex Burkinshaw (7) makes his way down the new Thunder Valley Toboggan run at the Sheffield Ski Village, 1996
Olympic skier Jilly Curry trying out the new £100,000 National Aerials Training Centre's ramp and pool at the Sheffield Ski Village, 1999
Pauline Everleigh, Children's Festival Director, pictured with "Yeti", the Sheffield Ski Village mascot at the launch of the festival brochure in 2000