Sheffield Pub News - April 2002
Customers can indulge in a choice of up to six cocktails served at this newly fitted venue nearby Doncaster railway station
The Old Horns Inn at High Bradfield is holding a beer tasting weekend. A selection of new and traditional cask conditioned beers will be featuring at the pub through the summer. You can go along to tastings on 26th - 28th April. They're also having an Austrian Night on the 27th April. There will be a special Austrian menu priced at £12.50 for three courses as well as Austrian entertainment.
The Hare & Hounds in Stannington is holding a bungee jump to raise money for charity! Pick up a sponsorship form from the bar and you could have the once in a lifetime opportunity to jump from a 160ft tower! The event is to be held on June 2nd and will raise money for local charities. They've also launched their new web site recently, click on the name above to go to their listing page and you'll find the address there. The web site has details of food and drinks prices as well as further information about the bungee jump.
The Shoulder of Mutton Inn at Worrall has re-opened under new management. The pub now offers a brand new menu and prices including reduced OAP meals and a "fabulous" specials board.
The Gardeners Rest in Neepsend is holding a special exhibition entitled "The Changing Face Of Neepsend" until April 28th. They're also offering free games of billiards every Monday in April. On April 23rd there will be a special St George's Day quiz and traditional English music. Finally, on Friday 26th April Lindsay Galloway will be performing an accounstic set at 9PM.
The Sicey in Shiregreen suffered another attack as a number of petrol bombs exploded in its kitchen on Sunday 7th April. This fresh attack comes only weeks after 10 of the pub's windows were smashed. Luckily a passer-by spotted the blaze and alerted the fire brigade. A source from Attercliffe C.I.D said it was "...a very determined effort to burn down the pub which could have resulted in death..." Tenants Harry and Lesley Tickwood who only took the pub over in October 2001 have been left devastated by the attack. Their pub is the last in the area as other "trouble" pubs have been forced to close down. Fortunately Harry and Leslie are adamant that they will not let thugs close The Sicey!
Shardlow Sports club in Ecclesfield is to be turned into a pub! Vandalism and arson have plagued the former sports and social club on Ecclesfield's Shardlow sports ground. It is now going to be turned into a family pub and restaurant by Doncaster-based developers Retail Leisure Associates. The pub will be a family facility and function mainly as a restaurant, similar to Tankersley Manor which is a fair distance away. The pavilion will be refurbished and the bowling green and sports fields will be retained and kept open for the community.
Revolution Vodka Bar in the city centre is holding a vodka festival until the 15th April. You can taste 12 different vodkas from around the world for only £1 each.
The Fat Cat near Shalesmoor is hosting the ceremony for the "mashing in" of Sheffield's Golden Jubilee Ale. The commemorative ale, "The Star Golden Jubilee Ale", will be celebrated on Wednesday 17th April at 3:30PM. The ceremony will be undertaken by Marian Rae, High Sheriff of South Yorkshire, and Peter Charlton, editor of The Star. Other civic dignitaries and beer lovers will be in attandance, and of course, everybody is welcome. There are other events planned for May, so once again, watch this space!
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