Did you take to the slopes?
Between 1988 and 2012, it attracted skiers of all ages, shapes and sizes for winter sports fun and games - can you spot yourself in our gallery of retro photographs? Get looking!
Sheffield Ski Village in its 90s heyday. Former Sheffield MP David Blunkett meets young skiers at the Ski Village. The impressive view of the city from the Ski Village. The Ski Village opened in 1988. At its height, the Ski Village attracted dozens of young skiers. Youngsters tackle the slopes. As well as slopes, the village later hosted shops and restaurants. The Ski Village was located at Parkwood Springs. Young visitors enjoyed snowtubing - using inflatable rings to whizz down the slopes. British Olympic hero Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards was among the early visitors. Youngsters get set to try some snowtubing. The village restaurant and bar takes shape. Between 1988 and 2012, the Ski Village was a popular place for a day out. A view over Sheffield from the top of the slopes. Sporting ski wear at the village in the late 80s. A group of youngsters getting ready to hit the slopes. Champion skier Martin Bell dropped in to pass on tips to young skiers. Can you remember slipping and sliding your way down here? The Ski Village before its 2012 closure. Taking a lesson at the Ski Village. When snow blanketed the village in winter, skiers were treated to the real deal. A young snowtuber has fun. The Village Inn evoked images of Alpine regions. Getting expert instruction at the ski village. One young skier hits the slope, while friends look on. Construction under way in 1988. The Ski Village closed down in 2012 - and has been blighted by vandalism ever since. A group of instructors, ready to pass on their expertise. The gates which heralded entry to the Ski Village. Sheffield Ski Village lit up at night. Wrapping up warm for fun on the ski slope. A picturesque Ski Village after a dusting of real snow. Preparing for fun aboard the toboggans.