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Retired Teachers’ Association

9th January 2019
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Retired Teachers’ Association

Rother Valley Retired Teachers’ Association will meet for their Annual General Meeting on Thursday 10th January, at 2.00pm in Broom Methodist Church, Broom Lane, Rotherham S60 3NR. Following the AGM, David Coldrick, accompanied by a representative from the Natwest Bank, will talk about ‘Avoiding Scams’. New members are always welcome. There is a large car park. More information is available from the secretary on 07803 579125. read more

Les Francophiles de Tickhill

7th January 2019
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Les Francophiles de Tickhill

On Wednesday 9th January (a week later than normal), Les Francophiles de Tickhill shall welcome a well-known local member, Rosemary Chappell, who will speak in English about ‘Le rêve français du Panama’, explaining how the inspiration for the construction of the Panama Canal originated in France. read more

Rotherham Hospice needs you!

5th January 2019
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Rotherham Hospice

2019 is set to be an exciting year for Rotherham Hospice’s shops, with new shops opening soon, a move into online retail sales, and some fantastic events throughout the year. And they would like your help to make it a success! read more

Braithwell Yorkshire Countrywomen’s Association

4th January 2019
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Braithwell Yorkshire Countrywomen’s Association

Braithwell Yorkshire Countrywomen’s Association ladies enjoyed a fantastic outing to Doddington Hall in Lincolnshire for a house tour and Christmas lunch. This amazing Elizabethan building and gardens has been lovingly restored and kept by its owners who this year have provided a spectacular display of creatively decorated Christmas trees throughout the house. read more

Forget Me Not Friday Memory Café

4th January 2019
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Forget Me Not Friday Memory Café

The Forget Me Not Friday Memory Café at Wickersley Methodist Church welcomes anyone from Wickersley and the surrounding area who is living with dementia, and their carers, to join them for music, table games, crafts and much more. read more

Blue plaque for local artist Peter Bartle

3rd January 2019
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Community Focus

The Rotherham District Civic Society placed a blue plaque on Doncaster Road Junior and Infants School now East Dene Primary School on 25th October 2018. This was to commemorate Peter Bartle, a self-taught artist who was born in 1932 and died in 2006. Peter was a pupil at the school in the 1930s and 40s. read more

What’s on at The Wesley Centre

3rd January 2019
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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

Voglia d’Italia

3rd January 2019
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Voglia d’Italia

Voglia d’Italia (the Italian Society for South Yorks and North Notts) presents a ‘Members’ Evening’ on Friday 4th January. This will include the annual photograph competition, a book sale and the following presentations: read more

The Beehive Folk Club

3rd January 2019
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The Beehive Folk Club

Judy Dunlop and Jon Scaiffe, along with Nigel Corbett, will be the guests at The Beehive Folk Club Harthill on 4th January at 8.00pm. Judy Dunlop is an English folk singer. In 1987 she formed a partnership with folk artist Steve Marsh. In 1991 she made the album ‘Sway With Me’ with folk legend Ashley Hutchings. She will be joined by Jon Scaiffe, with his fine guitar and Cittern accompaniments, and Nigel Corbett on fiddle. read more

Wickersley Community Centre

30th December 2018
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Wickersley Community Centre

Wickersley Community Pre-School is a non-profit making pre-school set in the heart of Wickersley, based in the Function Room at Wickersley Community Centre and Library. They take children from two to four years and accept Government funding (15 hours) and the Tax Free Childcare scheme. Sessions are from 9.00am to 12.00pm, Monday to Friday and they are open during term-time only. read more