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Rother Valley Retired Teachers

6th November 2018
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Rother Valley Retired Teachers Association

Rother Valley Retired Teachers will hold their next meeting on Thursday 8th November at 2.00pm, in Broom Methodist Church, Broom Lane, S60 3NR. The meeting will feature a talk by Pat Osborne about The Mysterious Life of Agatha Christie. The group’s Christmas Luncheon and entertainment will take place on 13th December at Sitwell Park Golf Club. For further information call 07803 579125. read more

Les Francophiles de Tickhill

5th November 2018
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Les Francophiles de Tickhill

This month Les Francophiles de Tickhill, have a change of speaker from the one advertised on the group’s yearly calendar and membership card. On Wednesday 7th November at 7.30pm they shall welcome Patrick McLaughlin to talk about ‘The Influence of France on Church Architecture’. read more

The Arts Society Dukeries

5th November 2018
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The Arts Society Dukeries

The Arts Society Dukeries’ Wednesday 7th November meeting will be a lecture by Gavin Plumley on ‘German Art and Culture between the Wars’. After World War I, artists and architects were in a state of flux, just like the world they inhabited. How could they create and what, indeed, would they produce in a Europe still reeling from the worst conflict ever known? read more

Wickersley Christmas Lights

4th November 2018
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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 24th November from 5.30pm to 7.30pm. At the event there will live music in the car park, carols with Northfield and St Albans Primary Schools, Christmas stalls and seasonal food. Santa’s sleigh will also be present. The lights will be switched on at approximately 6.00pm. read more

Friendship Lunches tackle loneliness

2nd November 2018
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Home Instead Senior Care

Loneliness is something that everyone will suffer from at one point in their lives and we know it affects our physical and mental wellbeing. That is why Home Instead are so keen on reaching out to make a difference to the lives of people in Rotherham by continuing with their programme of Friendship Lunches — given their success so far, they are actively looking at other venues throughout the region. read more

What’s on at St Bartholomew’s Church, Maltby

1st November 2018
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St Bartholomew’s Church, Maltby

After a wonderful summer and a very successful Patronal Festival at St Bartholomew’s in Maltby, the church is starting to plan for dark nights and cold days events. There was a lot of interest in the Patronal Festival. There were old photographs on display both of the church buildings over the years and of events in community members’ lives, including wedding photos and registers of baptisms and weddings over the last century. This made interesting reading! read more

What’s on at The Wesley Centre in November

1st November 2018
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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

What’s on in Rotherham in November

1st November 2018
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Community Focus

There’s a whole host of events and things to do in our area this month: read more

Royal British Legion Maltby Branch

1st November 2018
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Royal British Legion Maltby Branch

November is a very busy month for the Royal British Legion and the Maltby branch have been hard at work creating Poppy displays throughout Maltby which they hope people will be proud to see. They could not have created displays that are in place without the kind people who have lovingly created poppies for the branch and collected bottles since their original Poppy SOS in March 2018. read more

Securing our past for the future

31st October 2018
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Community Focus

Rotherham District Civic Society was established nearly fifty years ago and has been a positive driver over the years, in protecting the rich heritage of the town. One of the founder members, Stan Crowther, former MP and Mayor of the town, later became chairman of the Society and was passionate about his home town. read more