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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 Stone & Taps (ex-Swim Inn), formerly of 217-231 Glossop Road in Sheffield city centre, as it has closed permanently.
Sheffield City Council has awarded an Asset of Community Value status to the Cherry Tree pub on Carter Knowle Avenue.
Labour councillors have been working with the local community to make sure that the pub is awarded an asset of community status (ACV).
There was overwhelming support for retaining the Cherry Tree pub in the community and the ACV status will make finding a buyer to re-open the pub much more likely. Residents had raised concerns that if the building did not get an ACV status it was likely that the once very popular local pub would be lost forever. Concerns were also raised that any potential convenience store or supermarket put in its place would have a negative impact on the local and independent businesses nearby.
After careful consideration Labour councillors have determined that every effort should be made to help retain the Cherry Tree pub and for a buyer and return it to its former glories - and there is clearly a large appetite in the community for this.
The decision to award the Cherry Tree pub the ACV is a continuation of significant work undertaken by Labour councillors to preserve our city's heritage and to retain community hubs, which pubs can play such a crucial role in.
In the last few months Sheffield has retained the coveted purple flag status for our city centre - meaning that Sheffield's city centre is a safe and exciting night out - and has been called the "World's Capital of Real Ale" by the New York Times. In March the city also celebrated the annual Sheffield Beer Week.
Local ward councillor Mohammad Maroof said:
"This is a result I have been working hard for and I am delighted the council have taken this decision. I received queries and concerns from constituents and I am thrilled that the council have agreed with the arguments I put forward on their behalf.
"As we saw with the recent Sheffield Beer Week, our Labour council are determined to market Sheffield's pubs to the rest of the country, but all of the promotion means nothing unless efforts are made to not only preserve heritage pubs but make sure that they have a future as well. And this is exactly what our Labour council is doing".
We have removed The Hop, formerly of West One Plaza on Fitzwilliam Street in Sheffield city centre, as it has closed permanently.
Sizzling Pubs is pleased to announce the arrival of the new look Park pub in Sheffield following an extensive two-week refurbishment, creating five new jobs for the local area.
Located on Wadsley Lane, the refurbished Park Sizzling Pub & Grill opened to guests on Wednesday 1st March when former Sheffield Wednesday striker, John Pearson, officially reopened the pub.
Following its relaunch, the team at The Park pub & grill, situated just a stone's throw away from Hillsborough stadium, are pledging to support Sheffield Wednesday's Community Programme. They will be raising funds for the organisation's three peaks challenge, with a variety of events and activities planned to drum up support.
The pub now sports a brand-new look and feel so guests can enjoy the Park's expansive menu in comfort, starting with a quality breakfast menu that offers unlimited tea and filter coffee for just £1. The pub will continue to sell its celebrated sizzling skillets with 21-day aged prime steaks, which can now be topped with one of six tasty steak toppers.
Speaking about the new Park Sizzling Pub and Grill, general manager, Natalie Briggs, comments: "Bringing the new look Sizzling Pub & Grill to Sheffield is really exciting for the whole team. At Sizzling Pub & Grill, we want to offer good value for all our guests and we're thrilled to be providing Sheffield with a new pub with great tasting food.
"The pub has been given a fantastic new look showcasing some great products, especially with its extensive menu which lets guests experience pub favourites from the UK and around the world.
"We're so happy that John was able to come down to reopen the pub for us and we're so excited to get to work and help Sheffield Wednesday's Community Programme. The work they do for Sheffield and its community is fantastic and we have plenty of great ideas on how we can support their efforts.
"We're also so thrilled to be able to give back to our loyal regulars, providing them with a fantastic pub where they can always enjoy a warm welcome and great atmosphere."
Following the refurbishment, the Park will continue to look to support the local community with a calendar of fundraising initiatives throughout the year.
For more information about the Park Sizzling Pub & Grill, please visit www.sizzlingpubs.co.uk/findapub/southwest/theparkwadsleybridge or call 0114 233 8923.
We have removed West Street Ale House and Star & Garter, formerly of 52-54 West Street and 82-84 Winter Street, both in Sheffield city centre, as they have closed permanently.
We have removed Henry's and Brew House, formerly of 38 Cambridge Street and 12-14 Wellington Street in Sheffield city centre, respectively. Both bars have closed permanently to make way for the new Sheffield retail quarter.
We have removed the Plough Inn, formerly of 288 Sandygate Road in Crosspool, as it has been closed for some time and its fate remains unknown.
We have removed the Rising Sun pub, formerly of 49 Jenkin Road in Wincobank, as it has closed permanently and been converted to residential use.
We have added a new listing for The Drink Inn, a newly-opened micro-pub at 24 Commercial Street in Sheffield city centre, which serves a range of real ales on cask, keg, and bottled beers.
We have added a complete listing for Fear X Loathing at 99-101 West Street in Sheffield city centre, which serves "burgers, booze, and shakes".
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