The site is located in Hemingfield, South Yorkshire. The Pumping Engine House remains and has been converted into a home. It is considered by many as a fine example of an early mining pit.
Hemingfield Colliery has recently been the subject of a conservation initiative headed by the Friends of Hemingfield Colliery volunteer group.
Image taken from the Friends of Hemingfield Colliery.
News & Events related to Hemingfield Colliery
All News, Press Releases and Events relating to this Location are listed below
Lots of Lizards.....
New reptile sites, sightings and life to come!
Friday 7th November saw the culmination of six weeks of hard work by students from the University of Sheffield School of Architecture (SSoA) as part of…
Students from Sheffield University School of Architecture are working with the Friends of Hemingfield Colliery to see how this historic site can be brought back to…
Projects at this location
All projects that are being carried out at this location are as follows:
This project will see the restoration of one of the buildings within this historic complex to bring it back into active use. This site is of…
Protecting Key Sites
The DVLP will work with local groups to ensure a number of key buildings and structures are protected, preserved and maintained for future generations.