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What’s on at Tickhill Parish Rooms

31st October 2018
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Tickhill Parish Rooms

Selection boxes are in GT News, residents are planning the Late Shopping Night already, lists have been started, TV adverts tell us we should order furniture now for a guaranteed Christmas delivery. We all hope Christmas is not that close — but should we be panicking already? Any minute now some wise guy will tell us how many shopping days there are left before we need to have a “proper panic”. read more

Voglia d’Italia

30th October 2018
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Voglia d’Italia

‘Escaping has Ceased to be a Sport’ is the title of the next talk to Voglia d’Italia (the Italian Society for South Yorks and North Notts). Betty Merrick presents the published WWII memoirs of her father, Frank Unwin, including his experiences when sheltered by peasant folk in Tuscany and how it gave her family their lifelong love of Italy. read more

The Beehive Folk Club

30th October 2018
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The Beehive Folk Club

The Tom McConville Band will be the guests at The Beehive Folk Club Harthill, on Friday 2nd November, at 8.00pm. Tickets cost £10.00 each and for information, please contact Peter Garratt on 01142 352850 or garratt-p@sky.com.
The Tom McConville band is surely the most entertaining, exciting four-piece operating on the festival circuit today. read more

Wickersley CI Bowling Club

29th October 2018
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Wickersley CI Bowling Club

Wickersley CI Bowling Club has now completed the outdoor crown green season and regularly fielded 11 league teams each week with a high degree of success in the results. This has included winning the Rotherham Vets Doubles Merit competition and also retaining the South Yorkshire Shield. read more

Rotherham Life October 2018 edition competition winner!

26th October 2018
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Competitions

Congratulations to our competition winners from our October 2018 edition! read more

Live music returns to Firbeck Village Hall with contemporary folk band

18th October 2018
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Firbeck Village Hall

Live music returns to Firbeck Village Hall on Saturday 24th November with a concert from the contemporary folk band ‘Ranagri’. Featuring musicians Dónal Rogers (vocals/guitar), Eliza Marshall (flutes/whistles), Ellie Turner (electric harp) and Joe Danks (bodhrán/tenor guitar) who are based in London and have come together to create some exciting new music. read more

Talking of this and that…

17th October 2018
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Rotherham U3A

If you’re reading this column for the first time, welcome. Each month it has snippets of information about one or more of the 34 U3A groups in and around Rotherham. You have opinions and enjoy sharing them? Try the ‘Lifestyle’ group. Come along to talk and to listen to others’ views in lively, funny, or serious discussions on topics of the day. Contact Paul Whittaker on 01709 210765 for more details. read more

10 years of Wickersley Community Centre

16th October 2018
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Wickersley Parish Council

Celebrate 10 years of Wickersley Community Centre and Library on Saturday 20th October from 2.00pm to 6.00pm.
A packed programme of events and entertainment is planned and there will be free refreshments — tea, coffee and cakes. For more information email wickersleypc@btconnect.com or call 01709 703270. read more

Boots and Bolos – new line dance class

15th October 2018
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Boots and Bolos

A new weekly line dancing class for beginners started on Wednesday 12th September at Oldcotes Village Hall, postcode S81 8JN. The class is from 1.00pm to 3.00pm every Wednesday and is £3.50 per dancer and will suit brand new dancers and those who have danced in the past and want to make a come-back! read more

Charity Coffee Mornings at Wickersley Methodist Church

14th October 2018
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Wickersley Methodist Church

Wickersley Methodist Church are excited to announce that they will be holding Charity Coffee Morning on Friday 26th October. There will be toasted teacakes and crumpets as well as cakes and all proceeds will go to Macmillan. All are welcome. read more