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Anston Male Voice Choir

23rd July 2019
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Anston Male Voice Choir

Anston Male Voice Choir will hold its Annual Concert at the Crossing, Worksop, at 7.00pm on Saturday 21st August. In attendance, there will be the hilarious singer and comedienne Judith Hibbert as the special guest. Led by Musical Director Howard Thomas, the choir will be singing a programme from their 2019 repertoire, accompanied on the grand piano by Cynthia Herrington. read more

Tickhill Film Society

15th July 2019
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Tickhill Film Society

The Tickhill Film Society (TFS) would like to welcome everyone to their new season starting in September 2019. They will be showing feature-length films in Tickhill Parish Room on the third Wednesday of the month, with doors opening at 6.30pm and films starting at 7.00pm. read more

The Oddfellows Society

13th July 2019
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The Oddfellows Society

The Oddfellows is a friendly society with branches across the UK. Through friendship and social events, they help their members get more enjoyment out of life, and offer care, advice and support in times of need. People of all ages are welcomed. You can find out more at www.oddfellows.co.uk or call the South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire Branch, based in Rotherham, on 01709 838673. read more

Charity Jaguars continues to raise funds for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice

12th July 2019
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Community Focus

Charity Jaguars is run by Stuart Dixon who each year takes his Jaguar car around the country and through sponsorship and donations, raises money for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice. read more

Wickersley Methodist Church Charity Coffee Morning

12th July 2019
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Wickersley Methodist Church

On Friday 26th July, from 10.00am to 12.00pm, Wickersley Methodist Church will hold their next Charity Coffee Morning when the money raised from this event will be in aid of Parkinson’s Disease. There will be toasted teacakes and crumpets to savour, along with a bountiful cake stall. Everyone is welcome and they would love to see you there. The amount raised in May for MIND was £206. read more

HMP Lindholme seeks volunteers

11th July 2019
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Community Focus

HMP Lindholme is close to Hatfield Woodhouse and Doncaster, a Category C training prison, with around 1,000 prisoners. The Independent Monitoring Board (IMB) perform vital roles for Ministers and the public providing an unbiased oversight of the prison. read more

Everything’s coming up roses

10th July 2019
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Rotherham U3A

Here’s an amazing fact. According to the fossil record, roses were blooming on earth 35 million years ago. Our primate ancestors appeared some 29 million years later, and the first anatomically modern humans began roaming the earth around 130,000 years ago. read more

Community groups came together at Rotherham Minster to explore acts of giving and peer support

9th July 2019
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Voluntary Action Rotherham

A year on from the launch of Rotherham Pay it Forward, the initiative is blossoming into a real good news story for the Rotherham voluntary and community sector. Participants are truly invested in supporting each other, through sharing resources and acts of peer support. To celebrate this one-year milestone, the team decided to tie in with Pay it Forward Day and hold an event. The aim is to create a ripple effect of supportive good deeds in the sector. read more

Prince turns on the charm

8th July 2019
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RSPCA Doncaster and Rotherham

Prince is one of the long stay rescue dogs at the RSPCA South Yorkshire Animal Centre. He is a handsome boy, full of energy and life when outside, who loves running around the paddock with his favourite toy — he is also partial to a good snooze in his kennel. Prince has been at the centre for many months and his successful re-homing into a loving home is a priority. read more

Be cancer safe in Rotherham

7th July 2019
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Be Cancer SAFE Rotherham

Be Cancer SAFE is a social movement which aims to increase early diagnosis of five types of cancer: Breast, Cervical, Bowel, Prostate and Lung. These are the initiative’s priority, as the uptake of screening where offered is low, or there is a high occurrence of late diagnosis, usually through emergency admission. read more