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Bramley and Wickersley Lions Dry Land Regatta

16th March 2019
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Bramley and Wickersley Lions Club

Preparations are already underway for this year’s annual Dry Land Regatta on 13th July at Flash Lane, Bramley.
Bramley and Wickersley Lions, who organise the event, are keen to hear from individuals or clubs wishing to showcase their talents at The Regatta. This can be in music, dance, gymnastics or sport e.g. Karate, Judo, etc. read more

Rotherham Choral Society

15th March 2019
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Rotherham Choral Society

On Saturday 23rd March, the Rotherham Choral Society will be performing Requiem by Faure’ and Messe di Gloria by Puccini. These are both beautiful works. The concert will take place at St Cuthbert’s Church at 7.30pm. Tickets are £10.00 (£9.00 and £7.00 concessions). Soloists are Thomas Asher (baritone) and Stephen Newlove (tenor) and the organist will be Jonathan Gooing. The Musical Director is Rachel Copley. read more

Rotherham Sitwell Rotary Club

15th March 2019
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Rotherham Sitwell Rotary Club

In late January, Mel Hughes, President of Rotherham Sitwell Rotary Club, was extremely honoured to join Wickersley School to celebrate their students’ achievements. Accompanied by Rotarians David Jones and Tom Knight, Mel enjoyed an evening celebrating some very talented, dedicated and exceptional young people. Ellie Bartholomew won the club’s Geoff Mosson Award for Humanities and Megan Albiston won the club’s Services to the Community Award. read more

Braithwell Yorkshire Countrywomen’s Association

14th March 2019
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Braithwell Yorkshire Countrywomen’s Association

Braithwell Yorkshire Countrywomen’s Association started their 2019 programme with a very informative talk by RSPB volunteer Sue Clifton on ‘Birds in your Garden’. She gave an impressive photographic presentation of the top 20 birds that can be seen in and around gardens in South Yorkshire and the importance of the correct type of feed suitable for each species. read more

RSPCA bags £3,500 from Tesco

13th March 2019
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RSPCA Doncaster and Rotherham

RSPCA Doncaster, Rotherham and District Branch is delighted to announce it has bagged £3,500 from Tesco’s Bags of Help community grant scheme. Bags of Help is run in partnership with environmental charity Groundwork, and sees grants awarded to thousands of local community projects every year. Since launching in 2015, it has provided more than £67 million to over 21,000 good causes. read more

Wickersley CI Bowling Club

12th March 2019
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Wickersley CI Bowling Club

Members of Wickersley CI Bowling Club have been very active participating in the indoor bowling leagues during the winter. The outdoor crown green season commences in April and the club again intends to field 15 teams each week.
Work on both the green and the pavilion has been taking place and the green will be open for practice from 23rd March. New members will be welcome and taster sessions will be available, together with coaching on a Wednesday morning.

Tickhill Film Society

12th March 2019
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Tickhill Film Society

Tickhill Film Society will be showing feature-length films in Tickhill Parish Room on the third and last Wednesdays of the month, with doors opening at 6.30pm and films starting at 7.00pm. They will be showing coming of age drama ‘Lady Bird’ starring Saoirse Ronan, on Wednesday 20th March, followed by a recent French romantic drama, on Wednesday 27th March. read more

Friends in Harmony

11th March 2019
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Friends in Harmony

Friends in Harmony have welcomed more new members and are now rehearsing songs for their next three concerts. The first concert will be on Saturday 16th March in St Martin’s Church, Firbeck as part of a Firbeck village community event that day. read more

Citizens Advice Rotherham say the majority of mobile consumers overpaying for data at a total cost of £800 million

11th March 2019
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Citizens Advice Rotherham and District

The majority (71%) of mobile customers with a SIM-only plan are overpaying for data they don’t use, at a total cost of £800 million per year, according to new analysis from Citizens Advice. SIM-only mobile customers could save approximately £63.00 per year by switching to a cheaper deal that matched their data consumption. The average amount of data wasted each month was 2GB. read more

Anston Male Voice Choir

10th March 2019
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Anston Male Voice Choir

Anston Male Voice Choir are holding an open evening designed to allow male singers to experience how the choir works. This will be held on 23rd May, at 7.30pm and the choir seeks people in the reachable area of their practice venue, South Anston Methodist Church. read more