Robin Hood (Attercliffe) (3)

From International Robin Hood Bibliography


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The former Robin Hood.

[[File:|thumb|right|500px|Robin Hood and his merry drinkers have been replaced by liberated couples and singles / Submitted by Will Larter to the now lost 'Lost Pubs Project'.]]

By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2013-08-07. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2019-06-07.

This pub started its existence on 1 Attercliffe Road in 1825, then moved to a now lost Attercliffe street named Carlton Road, before finally at some point between 1883 and 1887 settling at 548 Attercliffe Road.[1] It still existed in 1951. Currently the precincts are occupied by La Chambre which advertizes itself as "The top class venue for liberated adults". Such a place of course has to have a French name. On the pavement in front is a poster perhaps not inappropriately advertizing "The Most Advanced Mattress in the World", while just around the corner Artan Steel Alloys Ltd. survives to remind us of Sheffield's more glorious past.Template:PnItemQry