Mystery surrounds future of of newly opened pub in Sheffield city centre

The future of a newly opened pub in Sheffield looks uncertain after all their social media channels disappeared.

Friday, 4th May 2018, 8:57 am
Updated Friday, 4th May 2018, 9:01 am
Edward's Glossop Road

Edward's opened its doors on Glossop Road in October last year but, after just over six months later, the pub's future looks uncertain.

The pub has reportedly been closed to customers for the past two weeks few weeks with many of its signs removed from the outside.

All of the pub's social media channels have also been removed, however their website is still up and running.

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Edward's has not responded to the Star's request for comment.

The site has gone through a number of changes in recent years having previously operated as the Stone & Taps.

Stone & Taps opened in February last year following the closure of the Swim Inn pub, part of the Wetherspoons chain, but closed in June.

Billed as a 'creative innovation' and a 'space to get together', Edward's operated as a live music bar also serving New York style meals.

The bar was opened by the people behind the popular Ship Inn on Kelham Island.