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Party-goers can hit the town and sip on a choice of drinks, dancing the night away at a bar situated in a 19th-century building
We have removed the Old Bowling Green pub, formerly of 2 Upwell Lane in Grimesthorpe, as it has closed permanently.
We have removed the King's Head Hotel pub, formerly of 63 Poole Road in Darnall, as it has closed permanently.
We have removed the Junction Hotel pub, formerly of Station Road in Woodhouse, as it has closed permanently. The building is now occupied by a convenience store.
We have removed the Windsor Hotel Pub, formerly of 35-39 Southend Road in Manor Park, as it has closed permanently and the building is due for demolition.
We have added a new listing for The Blind Monkey pub at 279 Whitehouse Lane in Walkley. This was previously the Firwood Cottage and is due to reopen in April 2018.
We have removed the Sheldon Hotel, formerly of 27 Hill Street in Highfield, as it closed permanently some time ago and the building is now under different use.
We have removed the Red House pub, formerly of 168 Solly Street in Sheffield city centre, as it has closed down permanently. The former pub is now a convenience store.
Welbeck Abbey Brewery has partnered with Bakewell-based international development charity Village Aid to bring you "Bili-Bili"; a beer that will raise funds and awareness of the charity's life changing work.
Keep your eyes peeled in the month of February for limited-edition ale "Bili Bili", a collaboration between Worksop-based microbrewery Welbeck Abbey Brewery and Bakewell-based international development charity Village Aid. Hand-crafted on the Welbeck estate, this fruity pale ale is packed with hints of zesty orange, reminiscent of the fruits of West Africa where Village Aid works.
"Bili Bili" takes its name from a popular traditional alcoholic beverage brewed in rural communities in Cameroon. The drink is brewed at home, primarily using sorghum malt and is thought to have many health benefits. Village Aid works in partnership with human-rights based organisation MBOSCUDA in North-West Cameroon. They work to build peace between farming and grazing communities by increasing equitable access to natural resources such as land and clean water and working with the communities to resolve violent conflict peacefully. Find out more about this and Village Aid's other life-changing projects in West Africa by visiting their website: www.villageaid.org.
This charity cask ale will feature in local pubs through Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, and South Yorkshire. The design is bright and colourful and features the silhouette of the African long-horned cow, an animal central to the livelihoods of grazing communities in this region of Cameroon.
10 pence from the sale of every pint of "Bili Bili" will go directly to Village Aid's projects in West Africa, enabling their life-changing work to continue into 2018. If you run a pub and would like to find out more about supporting this project please contact Welbeck Abbey Brewery on 01909 512 539.
The launch event takes place Friday 2nd February 2018 at the Red Deer pub on Pitt Street in Sheffield city centre from 6PM.
We have added a new listing for the Devonshire Arms pub on Lightwood Lane in Middle Handley near Eckington.
Stonehouse Pizza & Carvery are delivering an exciting new look and dining experience for all who visit its Sheffield restaurant; The Moorlands.
Located on Baslow Road, the remodelled Moorlands, formerly Crown Carvery, opened to guests on Friday 17th November after a two-week closure period. Following a significant investment in the restaurant, six new jobs have been created for the local area, with employees ready to serve guests their favourite breakfast right through to dinner.
The Moorlands will now offer guests something for all the family from 100% fresh dough pizzas, juicy burgers and comforting slow roasted carvery meats with all the trimmings. The new restaurant will also offer pub classics, such as hand battered fish and steak and ale pie.
Speaking about the conversion general manager, Jon Cunningham, said:
"We're excited about the new changes and are looking forward to welcoming the people of Sheffield to come and see what Stonehouse Pizza & Carvery is all about!
The restaurant has been given a fantastic new look and a menu that has something for everyone. When you eat with us you can put on the plate exactly what you want, creating your meal, your choice, your way.
"We're a real part of the local community and are looking to support local charities, projects and host a variety of events and activities that everyone can enjoy. When you next pop in to savour a good meal, or spend quality time with family and friends, be sure to ask us about what's coming up!"
For information about The Moorlands or Stonehouse Pizza & carvery please visit www.stonehouserestaurants.co.uk/nationalsearch/yorkshire-and-the-humber/themoorlandssheffield or call 0114 2620189.
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