Great British Pubs.
I am proud of Sheffield’s achievements over the years and I am proud of our title, Beer Capital Of The World, according to the New York Times.
Our pubs are magical, walking into the best of them is like finding yourself in Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory, with a Golden Ticket.
With our micro breweries, real ale and distilleries, we are the pride of England and the envy of the western world.
Alcohol in moderation is the answer to most of the world’s problems. Drinking makes other people more interesting.
After a long hard day at work there is nothing better than entering a public house and saying, a flagon of foaming ale stout yeoman of the bar for myself and my friends.
It is sad to see so many pubs closing in Sheffield and the country, this is our heritage.
The Norfolk Arms in Grenoside, my local closed two weeks before Christmas, but thankfully it has been purchased by Stancill brewery and is due to re-open in the next couple of months. Excellent news for the area.
I agree with Cllr Hanrahan that approval should be sort from Cllrs before pubs and selected bars change their use or are demolished.
Elected representatives should decide on these important issues, as elected representatives should decide on all issues in the United Kingdom.
Our pubs are the brightest beacon for freedom, opportunity and democracy in the world.
I support this motion and look forward to consuming many more pints of medicine in our Great British Pubs.