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Forget Me Not Friday Memory Café

8th March 2019
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Forget Me Not Friday Memory Café

At the Forget Me Not Friday Memory Café, at Wickersley Methodist Church, members are celebrating. The café has been successful in their bid for funding from the National Lottery Community Fund — they were awarded £7,050. This will help them to continue provide a service which is becoming more popular and very much needed in this community. They would like to thank everyone who buys a lottery ticket! read more

What’s on at The Wesley Centre in March 2019

7th March 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

Maltby WI

7th March 2019
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Maltby WI

Maltby Women’s Institute are a group of women who like a chat, meeting new people, trying new things and having a bit of fun too. If this sounds good to you, why not go along and meet the members. They meet monthy, from 7.00pm to 9.00pm at The Edward Dunn Memorial Hall, Tickhill Road, Maltby. read more

Rother Valley Retired Teachers

7th March 2019
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Rother Valley Retired Teachers

Rother Valley Retired Teachers will hold their next meeting on Thursday 14th March, at 2.00pm, in Broom Methodist Church, Broom Lane S60 3NR. The speaker will be railway enthusiast and author Stephen Gay, who will accompany his slide show with anecdotal tales of the Hope Valley Line. read more

Rotherham Life February 2019 edition competition winner!

6th March 2019
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Competitions

Congratulations to our competition winner from our February 2019 edition! read more

Tickhill Music Society

6th March 2019
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Tickhill Music Society

For their next concert, Tickhill Music Society welcome French pianist Emmanuel Despax to perform works by César Franck, Liszt and Schubert. This concert takes place on Friday 8th March, at 7.00pm at St Mary’s School, St Mary’s Road, Tickhill. Non-members pay £12.00 for each event at the door. Accompanied children (under 16) and students (aged 16 to 19) are admitted free of charge. read more

Annual lunches

5th March 2019
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Blessed Trinity Church Wickersley

All are welcome to meet new friends at the annual lunches every Thursday from 7th March until Easter in the Blessed Trinity Church Hall, Northfield Lane, Wickersley, From 12.00pm to 1.00pm there will be cheese rolls (or meat paste) and scones, delicious coffee or tea. Donate what you choose for the work of Christian Aid among the poorest in the world. read more

The Arts Society Dukeries

5th March 2019
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The Arts Society Dukeries

The meeting on Wednesday 6th March, of The Arts Society Dukeries will be a lecture by Neil Faulkner on ‘Lawrence of Arabia: Excavating a Legend’. On the basis of sensational new evidence from archaeological fieldwork, Neil will contrast the legend of Lawrence of Arabia with the true story of what happened in the famous desert war of 1916 to 1918. Was Lawrence, as some claim, a liar and a charlatan? read more

Les Francophiles de Tickhill

4th March 2019
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Les Francophiles de Tickhill

On Wednesday 6th March Les Francophiles de Tickhill shall welcome Catherine Greensmith, who will talk in English about ‘The French Impressionists in London’. Many of them were forced to flee from Paris at the outbreak of the Franco-Prussian war in 1870: the group shall see how London benefited from their exile. Catherine, a French national and lecturer at Hull University, speaks for the Alliance Française in our area. read more

Spring clean your windows!

4th March 2019
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Rotherham U3A

The ritual of spring cleaning spans 3,000 years and many cultures. It seems that lengthening days and milder temperatures prompt in us an almost-inborn urge to de-clutter, clean and re-organise our surroundings. The promoters of UK National Spring-Cleaning Week 2019, starting on 4th March, advise readers how best to achieve this. read more