The Wickersley-based Coryllion Choir perform ‘Olivet to Calvary’ on Saturday 24th March, 7.30pm at St Alban’s Church, Wickersley. Admission costs £5.00, pay on the door. read more
Looking for a new activity or challenge? Why not try sailing? You can enjoy sailing as a family or individually and it can be as relaxing or competitive as you want. Rotherham Sailing Club, based at Harthill Reservoir, are offering free ‘Try Sailing’ sessions to all newcomers throughout the summer. read more
Tickhill Together presents Scarecrow Day. For the second year they are including Flowerpots Sculptures too. This was very popular last year. The date is Saturday 5th May. Scarecrows and Sculptures will be ‘on the streets’ from 9.00am to 5.00pm, with judging taking place during the morning. Get your entry forms in quickly to be included on the official route. read more
You are invited to join the Wickersley Probus Club. The title Probus was derived from the words ‘professional’ and ‘business’. The basic purpose of Probus is to provide regular gatherings for persons who, in retirement, appreciate and value opportunities to meet others in similar circumstances and of similar levels of interest. read more
Maltby Minors are presenting the musical Back to the 80s on Monday 19th March to Wednesday 21st March at 7.15pm.
Performances will take place at the Wesley Centre, Blyth Road, Maltby. Tickets are now on sale, priced adults £8.00 and child/concessions £7.00, and are available from Glenys on 01709 700768. read more
Local historians Mel Jones and Michael Bentley are publishing a fascinating portrait of Rotherham, presented through a remarkable collection of historical photographs. Their book, In and Around Rotherham From Old Photographs, will be published on 15th March. read more
Local resident Ann Wymer will be skydiving on 16th September in support of Rotherham Hospice and she is appealing for support from fellow Rotherham Life readers. Rotherham Hospice is an independent charity delivering care through a range of services to people affected by terminal illness and their families. read more