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Robin Hood

Greaves Lane
Stannington
Sheffield
S6 6BG

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Premises Status

This pub is permanently closed. Closed 2011 & now falling down (slowly)

About the Pub

(was) an attractive stone pub high above the Loxley Valley. Closed in 2011, now a private residence although the pub sign remains.

Historic Interest

Built in 1804 by Thomas Halliday, who also planted trees and shrubs in the area to replicate Matlock in Derbyshire, hence the name ‘Little Matlock’. Half of the building was originally cottages whilst the back half overlooking the woodland was named the Rock Inn. The pub was later renamed in view of the legends associating Robin Hood with this area. In the C12th. Loxley Chase was an extensive forest which stretched as far Sherwood Forest. Loxley is one of the locations claimed as the birthplace of Robin Hood.

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Robin Hood

Greaves Lane
Stannington
Sheffield
S6 6BG

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53.3991, -1.53341

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