Frecheville Map

Frecheville is an 8-kilometer-south-east suburb of Sheffield. The estate was constructed in the 1930s, when the area was still in Derbyshire. However, due to growth, Frecheville and a number of neighbouring villages became part of Sheffield, and thus the West Riding of Yorkshire, in 1967. Frecheville has a shopping district known as ‘Frecheville Shops’ along Birley Moor Road. To the south are a variety of public pubs, including The Birley (originally the Birley hotel), The Sherwood, and the Jack in a Box. Another tavern, The Frecheville, was originally located to the west of the area, but it has since closed. Frecheville Pond, a favourite fishing spot, is located behind the main shopping area, near St. Cyprians Parish Church and the Methodist Church.

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