Chef Chris Bilsen shows off the new fresh dough pizzas now on offer at the Crosspool Tavern
One of our local pubs has a new look and new menu.
On Friday 8 December, the Crosspool Tavern reopened with an expanded menu, including fresh dough pizzas, burgers, carvery meats and pub classics. Five new jobs have been created.
Speaking about the conversion general manager, Christopher Squire, 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.
“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.”
Crosspool Clarion Volume 14 Issue 4 Winter 2017
The new issue of the Crosspool Clarion is available to download and read below.
Current issue: Winter 2017, Volume 14, Issue 4 (PDF, 5.9MB)
Some back issues of past editions of the Clarion are also available to download.
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Found in a black bin: a tool box containing a number of tools, possibly stolen then dumped. If you think it is yours, contact Paul at Direct Travel: 0114 268 7500 (you’ll need to provide a description).
Bamforths, Crosspool has been targeted by thieves
A series of break ins have been reported in Crosspool over the last few weeks.
Bamforths and CKs in the precinct and houses on Manchester Road, Watt Lane and Cardonesss Road have been targeted.
Adrian Well, the owner of Bamforths greengrocer, sent this message of thanks to local residents: “Many of you know my shop was broken into and burgled last week. Whilst it was a thoroughly unpleasant experience, the kindness and support I received from the whole community was really cheering.
“All of your kind words were really appreciated, offers to help clear up were amazing, bottles of wine (and any other alcoholic gift) are always most welcome!
“Many of you will know that taking on the shop is a big change in my life. The reasons for taking this on are many. The hours and pay are certainly not two of them. But, the support I received has helped me appreciate how much local shops are a bedrock of a community. You’ve made me proud to live and work among you. Thanks again.”
If you see anything suspicious, don’t hesitate to contact the police by ringing 101.
Putting up Christmas trees in Crosspool precinct
It’s that time of year again when we need your assistance to put up the Christmas trees in the precinct.
Valleyside Garden Centre has agreed to the deliver them to Direct Travel this Sunday, 3 December, at 10am.
Any help, no matter how small, would be greatly appreciated. Please bring a pair of gloves.