After being closed for six months, The Shiny Sheff at Lodge Moor reopened after a major refurbishment, even the car park is weed free. The pub got it’s name from HMS Sheffield, a large model is displayed in the tap room. The original HMS Sheffield was fitted out with stainless steel from Sheffield and became known as the Shiny Sheff. There is interesting information about the ship around the room in which there is also a dart board and pool table. The conservatory has been opened up to bring it into the lounge which has a panoramic view of Higger Tor across the back wall of the raised area and there are photos of the Peak District around the wall. The managers Andy and Paul are making everyone welcome, with regulars in their favourite seats and former customers returning. Bradfield Farmer’s Blonde is the regular beer and there will be two rotating guests. There is a full menu from tasty snacks to roast dinners and mouth watering desserts. Throughout the week there is something for everyone, Tuesday is free pool and poker night and on Thursday there is a music Quiz. Friday is Karaoke night there is live entertainment on Saturday night. On Sunday night there is a general knowledge quiz and open the box. You have got to be “Init To Winit” The 51 bus to Lodge Moor serves the pub and there are wonderful views across Rivelin Valley from the decking at the front of the pub.