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Watercolours sale for charity

20th November 2017
Wishing You Watercolours

Wickersley-based pensioner and watercolour enthusiast Pete Thornton-Smith, is organising another free watercolour viewing session of his work at Thornbank Offices on Mountenoy Road off Moorgate in Rotherham on Saturday 28th October from 10.00am to 4.00pm. read more

Wickersley Parish Council Christmas Lights Switch-on

18th November 2017
Wickersley Parish Council

Wickersley Parish Council will switch on its Christmas lights during a special event being held at Wickersley Community Centre and Library on Saturday 25th November from 5.30pm to 7.30pm. read more

Wickersley Methodist Church

17th November 2017
Wickersley Methodist Church

Wickersley Methodist Church will be open for the switching on of the Christmas lights on 25th November. Available in the church hall will be homemade soup and crusty bread, hot drinks, mince pies and cakes. read more

Tickhill late shopping night

16th November 2017
Tickhill Parish Room

Shops are now filling up for Christmas — whether we like it or not — and it’s quite hard not to feel that feeling of excitement/awe/wonder and sometimes fear of what it will cost us in time and money. I haven’t heard the first Christmas music played yet — but it won’t be long now! read more

Strong demand for Rotherham cancer care therapy and support

15th November 2017
Rotherham Sitwell Rotary Club

John and Tracy Hislop, from Rotherham Cancer Care Centre attended Rotherham Sitwell Rotary Club’s dinner in October to provide the club with an update on what they do.

The centre, which has been supported by the club for the last five years, continues to provide much needed therapy and support services for cancer patients and their families. Demand for what they offer is at an all-time high, so the pressure continues to raise money to pay for the premises and the service.

They rely heavily on volunteers and donations such as those from the club. We all know that cancer can be devastating, and members wished them well. If you can help with their work in any way, please contact John at the centre on Badsley Moor Lane on 01709 375729.

Influence local animal welfare

14th November 2017
RSPCA Doncaster, Rotherham and District Branch

The Doncaster, Rotherham and District Branch of the RSPCA operates the South Yorkshire Animal Centre at Bawtry as well as delivering vital education and information services across the local area. read more

New Food and Games club

13th November 2017
Feed Our Communities

Feed Our Communities, has received funding from Awards for All, to run a weekly food and games club to promote social inclusion. Starting on Monday 23rd October, the new lunch and games club will be held between 12.00pm and 4.00pm every Monday at Mowbray Gardens in Rotherham. The cost is £3.00 per week. read more

Christmas comes but once a year?

9th November 2017
Rotherham U3A

Following the now—established practice of advertising summer holidays before we’ve digested Christmas dinner, Selfridges became the first department store in the world to open a dedicated Christmas department in July. The move horrified traditionalists and Christmas-phobics alike. read more

What’s on at The Wesley Centre

8th November 2017
The Wesley Centre

The Wesley Centre provides a high standard of furnished accommodation for small businesses and houses an events hall, which hosts a multitude of occasions including weddings, christenings, funerals, birthdays and various musical experiences. read more

Bramley events

8th November 2017
Bramley Parish Council

You are invited to two events in Bramley in the coming weeks. The first is a charity concert to be held at Bramley Social Club on 18th November featuring The Elderly Brothers playing fifties and sixties music. Proceeds to go to Weston Park Hospital. There is free entry and a raffle and more. read more