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Alex gives Bluebell Wood lottery win to grandchildren

1st May 2017
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Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice

Just one ticket was all it took, for Rotherham grandad Alex Elwood to hit the £1,000 jackpot in Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice’s lottery. read more

Braithwell Church and Country Fair

1st May 2017
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Braithwell Church

There’s something for everyone at this year’s Braithwell Church and Country Fair — family entertainment, live music from Maltby Miners Band, Gillian Banks Dance School, crafts, children’s face painting, cakes, model planes, classic cars, military vehicles, farm machinery, sheep shearing, alpacas, plus many other stalls and attractions. read more

Les Francophiles de Tickhill

1st May 2017
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Les Francophiles de Tickhill

The 1st May in France is a day celebrated not just as Labour Day but as an occasion to offer a sprig of lily-of-the-valley (le muguet du bois) to friends and family. read more

Maltby Miners Welfare Band

1st May 2017
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Maltby Miners Welfare Band

The popular Maltby Miners Welfare Band will be holding their annual summer concert on Friday 26th May at the Civic Theatre in Rotherham. read more

Rotherham Rise

1st May 2017
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Rotherham Rise

After the huge success of the Funny Women comedy evening, to raise awareness of the Rotherham Rise Women’s Centre, regular Thursday evening women-only comedy nights have been announced at the centre on Main Street. read more

Maltby Women’s Institute

1st May 2017
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Maltby WI

Maltby Women’s Institute will be holding a coffee morning on Saturday 6th May at the Edward Dunn Memorial Hall from 10.30am to 12.30pm. read more

Refresh your faith St Simon and St Jude

1st May 2017
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St Simon and St Jude Thurcroft

The Mission Development Vicar at St Simon and St Jude Thurcroft is leading a course for anyone who is interested called ‘Refreshing Faith: Getting Back to Christian Basics in Nine Sessions’. read more

Animal operation SOS

1st May 2017
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RSPCA South Yorkshire Animal Centre

The cost of caring for pets suffering cruelty and neglect is a continual challenge at the local RSPCA Animal Centre.
Soo, a six-year-old affectionate cat, is just the latest victim, dumped by her owner and rescued by an RSPCA Inspector. Before Soo can be re-homed she requires complex surgery — a total ear canal ablation and a vental bulla osteotomy costing £450. read more

Rotherham Big Walk

1st May 2017
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Voluntary Action Rotherham

Volunteering is the commitment of time and energy, for the benefit of society and the community, the environment, or individuals outside one’s immediate family. It is undertaken freely and without concern for financial gain. read more

Thrybergh and District Art Group

1st May 2017
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Thrybergh and District Art Group

Thrybergh and District Art Group held their 2017 Art Exhibition in Thrybergh New Parish Hall on Park Lane. There was a good attendance of artists, their friends and members of the public and over 100 paintings by members on were show, many of which were for sale. Margaret Cadman won best picture in the exhibition voted for by those attending. read more