Wortley Village has a lot to offer with a lovely range of local shops and businesses.
- Wortley Village Post Office and General Store – https://wortleystores.co.uk/index.php
- Wortley Farm Shop – https://www.wortleyfarmshop.com/
- Wortley Vintage and Craft Shop
- Countess Tea Room
- St. Leonard’s Church – http://www.wortleychurch.org.uk/
- Wortley Cycle Hire – https://www.wortley-cycles.co.uk/
- Rehome a Greyhound – https://www.greyhoundtrustsheffield.com/
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Wortley Hall is situated within 26 acres of beautiful Yorkshire countryside and managed woodland just out of Wortley Village.
Wortley Hall offers the following:
- Wedding Venue
The perfect backdrop for your special day
- Conference Facilities
Fully equipped for business use, with all the facilities you would expect of a high quality, corporate venue
Choose from a short break in our country stately home, luxury bed and breakfast, or a self-catering stay in one of our cosy, private cottages
- Ruddy Duck Restaurant
Deasonal menus feature locally sourced or organically grown produce, offering the very best of Yorkshire on a plate
Wortley Golf Club
If you are looking for somewhere special to play 18 holes of golf in Sheffield you will love Wortley Golf Club’s historical countryside location and traditional club house facilities
Steeped in history, and being part of the Wharncliffe Estate, Wortley’s undulating fairways will ensure golfers of any handicap will enjoy playing on the course’s picturesque layout, especially surrounded by its dramatic woodland and the estate’s free-roaming game.
At the Wortley Arms you will find a warm welcoming environment, enjoy locally brewed cask ales and ice-cold lagers and some excellent fresh food in front of our wood fire.
Upstairs are the Montagu Rooms (named after Lady Mary Montagu – poet, visionary and a great romantic) – where you can enjoy one of our Featured Events or hire the whole top floor for your own event; Party, Wedding, Conference / Corporate Event/Launch. You can even hire the entire venue (both floors) – contact us for details or see private hire.
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Wortley Rugby Club
Wortley Rugby Club began with an annual all-comers game known as “The Roll in the Mud”, played on New Year’s Eve. In 2003 there were enough players to start a club, and Wortley RUFC was born.
The rugby club used the old cricket pitch and pavilion on Finkle Street, and has gradually raised enough money to improve the facilities, such that in 2016 two new, international standard rugby pitches were laid. Senior matches are played on a Saturday afternoon during the season and the players use the Wortley Arms and Wortley Men’s Club after matches. The club also has a thriving junior section, with training and matches on Sunday mornings.
The rugby club aims to be a strong part of the community with events hosted at the Wortley Men’s Club, Wortley Arms and Wortley Hall throughout the year.
There is a large section of off-road TPT close to Wortley Village, which runs along the route of a disused railway line. This section is open to walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
All TPT users will find a warm welcome in the Wortley Men’s Club if you take the short walk up the hill from the TPT and into the village. We just ask that you remove any muddy footwear in the porch.
Wortley Top Forge
Wortley Top Forge is a Water Powered Heavy Iron Forge whose history can be traced back to at least 1640. The site has been used for bloomeries and fineries but it is best known for the Wrought Iron Railway Axles that were hammer-welded between 1840 and the closing of the Forge around 1910.
Today the site is owned by the South Yorkshire Industrial History Society and is operated as a history and educational museum.
The Forge is open to the public on Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays from Easter until the Early November.
Penistone Paramount Cinema
Built as the Assembly Hall for Penistone in 1914, the Penistone Paramount will be celebrating its 100th year in November 2014.
We are a single screen 350 seat cinema, but behind our screen is a large stage from which we present our live events.
Our auditorium includes a stalls area (downstairs) and a balcony or circle (upstairs). There are approximately 25 steps leading to the circle and due to the age and layout of the building, we don’t have a lift. We do, however, have level access into the stalls and four positions for wheel chairs.
The licensed bar is situated off the stalls.