Fox Valley is a brand new £50 million retail destination in north Sheffield and part of a major transformation of a former steelworks site which has brought a new commercial heart to this part of the region.
Officially opened in June 2016 by Joanna Lumley OBE Fox Valley is home to a fantastic range of national and independent stores, restaurants and coffee shops. The unique line-up includes South Yorkshire’s first JoJo Maman Bebe store as well as the first Ponti’s Italian Kitchen restaurant outside London.
Fox Valley is also home to Sandersons Boutique Department store with a fantastic range of brands and the first Full Gas Bikes which is headed by the pro-cyclist Tony Gibb. Other stores include M&Co, Next, Regatta, Edinburgh Woollen Mills, Paperchase and Seasalt.
The centre runs a weekly market every Friday from 9am to 3pm and hosts regular events throughout the year.
Fox Valley also showcases the work of the famous Sheffield artist Pete McKee who created three stunning pieces, including a striking wall mural, all paying tribute to the site’s industrial history and the heritage of the area as a steel town. Fox Valley is home to the paragon umbrella frame which was developed in the 1850s by Samuel Fox – something which is also reflected in the artwork as well as the architecture.
Fox Valley can be accessed from Manchester Road in Stocksbridge and from the A616 Sheffield to Manchester Road (Stocksbridge bypass).