The full stay-at-home lockdown is set to come to end on Monday, March 29, lifting restrictions which stipulate that only essential journeys should be made.
From the same date, groups of six people or two households will be permitted to meet in an outdoor space such as a park or garden, providing they adhere to social distancing guidelines.
Sheffield is the greenest city in Europe, so with this in mind here is a list of some of the most beautiful walks the city has to offer. Please enjoy these walks responsibly and be sure to adhere to Government guidelines.
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1. Blackburn Meadows Nature Reserve.
Blackburn Meadows Nature Reserve is a picturesque location where you can enjoy walking along the canal.
2. Fox Hagg.
Fox Hagg is another beautiful stretch of open land to enjoy while out and about during lockdown two.
3. Grenoside Wood.
Grenoside Wood is another place that will be brilliant for a picturesque bike ride.
4. Blacka Moor.
Some of the most spectacular views around Sheffield are enjoyed by walkers at Blacka Moor.