Earl Marshall Pub

291 East Bank Road, Norfolk Park, Sheffield, S2 3PZ

0114 2728812

Earl Marshall


  • Monday 11:00 - 23:00
  • Tuesday 11:00 - 23:00
  • Wednesday 11:00 - 23:00
  • Thursday 11:00 - 23:00
  • Friday 11:00 - 00:30
  • Saturday 11:00 - 00:30
  • Sunday 12:00 - 22:30

Nearby Pubs

Victoria Hotel
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(0.4 miles away)

Earl Marshall Public House

The Earl Marshall pub is located at 291 East Bank Road in Norfolk Park.

General Information

  • Stonegate Group
  • No known awards

Pub Facilities

  • Real Ales
  • Cocktails
  • Beer garden
  • Smoking area
  • Car park
  • Disabled access
  • Disabled facilities
  • Children welcome
  • Dogs welcome
  • Card payments
  • Function room
  • Accommodation
  • Wi-Fi Internet access

Pub Entertainment

  • Background music
  • Sports on TV
  • Pool table
  • Snooker table

Pub Food

  • Food served
  • Walk-ins welcome

1 Review of Earl Marshall:

  • Ryan

    I recently made the trip to the Earl Marshall with my friends. Not a regular by any means but it always seemed a safe bet to pop into for a drink when in the area. But after my last trip I won't be returning and will be making sure to tell others not to go there either.

    Upon arriving it was karaoke night and the (resident?) DJ repeatedly felt the need to go on about how he needed a "p**s" so would be back soon. Strange but not that big a deal. Upon returning, however, he felt the need to introduce his friend to the microphone as an old friend of his who "hates P***s". I literally laughed in disbelief and looked around and then at my friends in the hope that I had misheard, but sadly I had not.

    We soon finished up our drinks to leave, bringing our glasses and bottles to the bar to save them the task, politely said thanks and goodbye to the barman who had been fine, and stepped out. At which point I heard someone shout "the fags have gone". I don't know what caused them to shout that. None of us are homosexual but even if we were homosexual I don’t see why that would have been an issue? Wishful thinking on their part maybe? It was obviously used in a derogatory way, as they celebrated us leaving.

    I again don't know why, as we kept to ourselves, and politely made an exit. Nobody said anything to our faces as we walked past them, so I can only speculate that they were offended that non-regulars dared go drink in the same place as them. But don't worry, as it won’t be happening again.

    It is sad to see such blatant racist and homophobic language is still going unchecked in 2017 and I would like to think something would be done about this, but I won't hold my breath. I work in a bar myself and wouldn't tolerate such behaviour myself, so I can only assume these thoughts reflect the same as the management.

    To anyone who has read this far I can offer you the good news that all this happened on a Saturday evening (what should be a busy time) and the place was as close to empty as possible. With any luck places like this will shut down soon enough, leaving the hateful people without anywhere to say such stupid things and then the human race can advance.

    At the end of the day everyone deserves respect regardless of their race, class or sexuality. What if we had been homosexual or minorities? Would you have taken our money still? We certainly would have left feeling a lot more offended and shocked than we were. If you can't show respect to paying customers then I can't imagine how these people act or think in their day-to-day life.

    Earl Marshall? You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy.

    P.S. Your tables are always sticky, so sort them out too.

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News for Earl Marshall:

  • Sheffield Council's planning officers have given the green light to plans for the construction of new homes on the former overflow car park of a prominent pub located on East Bank Road.

    The proposal entails the development of five new houses adjacent to The Earl Marshall pub, utilising a "relatively flat" 0.2-hectare parcel of land that previously functioned as overflow parking for the establishment.

    Outlined in the planning documentation presented by the applicant, Stonegate Group, the approved project comprises two two-bedroom, two-storey semi-detached homes, and three three-bedroom, two-storey detached houses. Access to the development will be facilitated through an adapted vehicular access point from East Bank Road.

    Notably, due to the project's scale falling below the threshold of ten homes, there is no provision for affordable housing within the development.

    In their submission, the applicants emphasised the project's potential to address housing needs in Sheffield by utilising a naturally available "infill" site, further asserting its viability for short-term implementation.

    While recommending approval, the planning officer highlighted potential concerns regarding noise emanating from both the adjacent road and pub. Accordingly, further details outlining measures to mitigate such concerns will be required.

    Specific details regarding the architectural design of the houses and additional mitigation strategies will be submitted to planners for consideration in the near future.