These are all the Sheffield businesses that have closed down in the last year
Gig-goers in Sheffield are still reeling from the news that historic music venue The Harley will be closing its doors with immediate effect.
By Dan Windham
Monday, 15th April 2019, 7:30 am
Updated Monday, 15th April 2019, 7:39 am
Closed businesses in Sheffield
The venue, which has hosted the likes of Arctic Monkeys, Alt-J and The XX, blamed mounting financial pressures for the closure. Here are all the other Sheffield businesses that have closed their doors in the past year.
Closed with immediate effect in April to the shock of gig-goers, blaming increasing financial pressures.
Doors have been locked at the Sheffield City restaurant since March after only seven months in business.
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Closed its doors in March with the owners retiring from the restaurant trade, after 11 years in Sheffield.
The nightclub held its final party in March before closing. It is now going to be replaced by a Slug & Lettuce.
The Meadowhall milkshake bar closed down in January this year after it was given a zero-star food hygiene rating.
Announced in March that they would be closing the store after 33 years following a series of ram-raids.
Closed its doors in January and made way for a second Ego restaurant, following the original site on Surrey Street.
Closed its doors after seven years blaming a lack of footfall in the area.
Closed its doors in March after the owners announced that they would not be buying any more stock.
Closed its doors in February before they make the move to Ecclesall Road, stating the staff were constantly inundated with drunks and drug addicts along West Street.
The Sheffield vintage emporium shut in September to make way for a 6 million redevelopment.
Sheffield nightclub OMG closed in July before being replaced by American diner 'Broncos Rodeo'.
The owners of The Burger Garden, formerly BurgerLolz, on Abbeydale Road announced that it would close at the beginning of September.
Edward's opened its doors in October 2017 but closed down in April with the site still remaining empty.
Kerb Edge closed both of their Sheffield sites last year after receiving a winding up order from the High Court.
GBK shut its doors in Meadowhall in November as part of a wave of closures affecting hundreds of jobs across the country.
Urban Pantry, which sold fresh, locally produced products, announced in July that it would be closing its doors due to 'challenging' industry conditions.
The Original Factory Shop announced in June that it would be closing 32 of its 224 stores, including the Stocksbridge store.
Independent restaurant '8oz Burger Co' closed in July after a 'fantastic' two years in Sheffield.
U Buffet on West Street mysteriously closed after after a sign appeared on the door stating it was shut for a refurbishment.
Bar Ambasada PL closed its doors in October to make way for a new craft beer pub.
Sheffield's detox juice bar Juice to u announced in July that it had closed 'until further notice' before thanking its 'lovely loyal customers'.
Randy's Hardcore Hamburgers closed in December after customers complained about offensively named burgers including 'Weinstein' and 'Ca$ting Couch'.
Wicker Herbal Stores closed in December after the business was put up for sale.
Prezzo closed 94 of its restaurants across the UK with its two sites in Sheffield earmarked for closure.
Twisted Burger Company announced in July the closure of its Broomhill diner to focus on 'future ventures outside of Sheffield'.
Veeno, The Italian Wine Cafe, suddenly closed its doors in July, less than a year after opening.
The Bhaji Shop, Thali Cafe in Kelham Island has made the surprising announcement that it will be closing its doors at the end of May.
Street Food Chef closed its doors on Pinstone Street after Heart of the City II roadworks affected trade and sales.
Prosecco bar Bocelli 1831 revealed in September it would not be reopening after closing its doors for the summer.
Mr Pickles, which flew the flag for Yorkshire food produce, closed in June after more than four years in Sheffield.
Pointind Dog closed its doors in October before reopening as The Lost and Found one month later.
Lucky Fox closed its Ecclesall Road shop in January after being 'locked out' by their landlord.
Drinkers were left confused when The Millhouses pub suddenly closed its doors just before Christmas but promised it would be 'reopening'.
Steel City Cakes on Abbeydale Road announced in December that the plant-based bakery would be closing after six years in trading.
Closed in January after less than four months in business, after making the owner made a mutual decision with the landlord to relinquish the lease.